Wednesday's International Results

Discussion in 'All Other Sports' started by St Helens RLFC, Sep 8, 2004.

  1. FIFA World Cup European Qualifying Group Three

    Portugal 4 - 0 Estonia
    Slovakia 7 - 0 Liechtenstein
    Luxembourg 3 - 4 Latvia

    FIFA World Cup European Qualifying Group Five

    Scotland 0 - 0 Slovenia
    Moldova 0 - 1 Italy
    Norway 1 - 1 Belarus

    FIFA World Cup European Qualifying Group Four

    Switzerland 1 - 1 Republic of Ireland
    Israel 2 - 1 Cyprus
    Faroe_Islands 0 - 2 France

    FIFA World Cup European Qualifying Group Seven

    Bosnia_Herzegovina 1 - 1 Spain
    Lithuania 4 - 0 San_Marino

    FIFA World Cup European Qualifying Group Eight

    Hungary 3 - 2 Iceland
    Sweden 0 - 1 Croatia

    FIFA World Cup European Qualifying Group Six

    Wales 2 - 2 Northern Ireland
    Austria 2 - 0 Azerbaijan
    Poland 1 - 2 England

    FIFA World Cup European Qualifying Group Two

    Greece 0 - 0 Turkey
    Georgia 2 - 0 Albania
    Kazakhstan 1 - 2 Ukraine

    FIFA World Cup European Qualifying Group One

    Holland 2 - 0 Czech_Republic
    Armenia 0 - 2 Finland
    Andorra 1 - 5 Romania

    International Match

    Germany 1 - 1 Brazil

    All links are from BBC Sport
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  3. Rassie

    Rassie Guest

    Shite, pommies won, that mean Poland are a bunch of stupid assholes, you can`t lose to pommies, they are crap when it comes to sport.
  4. C'mon Republic of Ireland!!!
  5. Rassie

    Rassie Guest

    I bet the ref was pro `pommies` all the way, even stupid pollacks couldn`t be that worse.

    P.S: Ireleand all the way!
  6. Yeah Rassie dats the one go for the Irish, Im going for them because im half
  7. Rassie, you're a knobhead. For talking such utter, unconstructive and bitter rubbish you can have a 5% warning.
  8. Rassie

    Rassie Guest

    Off topic: What is 5%? Wallmart discount? What does it mean?

    On topic: Yeap, you suck but the ref was on your side!
  9. ..::ERIC::..

    ..::ERIC::.. Guest

    I don't think thats very fair Saints, he is just voicing his opinion.
  10. kaftka

    kaftka Guest

    Bah,who cares. Rassie probably won't get so bad as to be banned.
    Damn I wanted Poland to win. I've got approx. 1/32 polish blood in me [​IMG]
    Group three had high scores
  11. Yeah I agree with Eric on this one thats not fair
  12. I don't mind him voicing his opinion. What I do mind is a waste of a post saying "The ref was on England's side" when he wouldn't know a good game of football if it sat on his face. Luckily there was no argument from him - that's a 10% penalty on it's own! [​IMG] And besides, all I'm doing is expressing my opinion too.
  13. An Tarbh

    An Tarbh Guest

    He's gone power mad. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
  14. Absolutely - should be a close group that one because Portugal are pretty mediocre.

    As for An Tarbh, don't make me flex my muscles boy! [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
  15. English football is in a poor state, us only just managing to scrape past the Poles thanks to an own-goal. If we don't come top of that group I think there will be hell to pay. Sven will be straight out the door, unless he has already gone.
  16. An Tarbh

    An Tarbh Guest

    English expectations have always been too high when it comes to major tournaments and qualification. English media blows things out of all proportions. Yes you have a decent team but you're not tournament winners or contenders yet. No need to worry about qualifying it'll be a cakewalk, there's not 2 teams that can head England in the group and even if you come second you're likely to make it through the playoffs.
  17. I didn't say we would actually win anything, but on paper we should breeze through that group, not be throwing a 2-0 lead away against Austria.
  18. Blame one man...
  19. wigan_rlfc

    wigan_rlfc Guest


    He wouldn't speak to the press because he had his mind on meeting Andy Farrell - League express there is a city of manchester stadium match publicity photo of David James and somebody else with Andy Farrell.
  20. David James always has been a bit of a liability for whichever team he plays for, and probably always will be. Paul Robinson and Robert Green should definately be England's first and second choice keepers.
  21. Really?

    Don't read League Express - it publishes lies.
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