***Euro 2012 Qualifying Thread***

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  1. snowfx2

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    1st place teams in each group automatically advance to Euro 2012, the 2nd place teams will go into a home-and-home playoffs. Each 2nd place team's results against the last place team in the group will be dropped in groups A-F. The 9th ranked 2nd place team is s.o.l.

    Group A is just nasty. The powerhouse Germans, Turkey is always good and now coached by Hiddink, time for Belgium's golden generation to make a move, and even Austria has a very solid young core.

    This is the last Euro with 16 teams before the "England Rule" goes into place for Euro 2016 with 24 teams.


    Group A

    Germany
    Turkey
    Belgium
    Austria
    Kazakhstan
    Azerbaijan

    Group B

    Russia
    Ireland
    Slovakia
    Macedonia
    Armenia
    Andorra

    Group C

    Italy
    Serbia
    Slovenia
    Northern Ireland
    Estonia
    Faroe Islands

    Group D

    France
    Bosnia-Herzegovina
    Romania
    Belarus
    Albania
    Luxemborg

    Group E

    Netherlands
    Sweden
    Hungary
    Finland
    Moldova
    San Marino

    Group F

    Croatia
    Greece
    Israel
    Latvia
    Georgia
    Malta

    Group G

    England
    Swizterland
    Wales
    Bulgaria
    Montenegro

    Group H

    Portugal
    Denmark
    Norway
    Iceland
    Cyprus

    Group I

    Spain
    Czech Rep.
    Scotland
    Lithuania
    Liechtenstein
     
  2. Wicket

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    Re: Euro 2012 Qualifying Thread

    Group A

    Germany 1
    Turkey 2
    Belgium
    Austria
    Kazakhstan
    Azerbaijan

    Group B

    Russia 1
    Ireland 2
    Slovakia
    Macedonia
    Armenia
    Andorra

    Group C

    Italy 1
    Serbia 2
    Slovenia
    Northern Ireland
    Estonia
    Faroe Islands

    Group D

    France 1
    Bosnia-Herzegovina
    Romania 2
    Belarus
    Albania
    Luxemborg

    Group E

    Netherlands 1
    Sweden 2
    Hungary
    Finland
    Moldova
    San Marino

    Group F

    Croatia 1
    Greece 2
    Israel
    Latvia
    Georgia
    Malta

    Group G

    England 1
    Swizterland
    Wales
    Bulgaria 2
    Montenegro

    Group H

    Portugal 1
    Denmark 2
    Norway
    Iceland
    Cyprus

    Group I

    Spain 1
    Czech Rep.
    Scotland 2
    Lithuania
    Liechtenstein
     
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  4. Weedlord420

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    michael ballack gonna need to earn his way back on the squad as he's left off the initial qualifying roster

    keepers:
    - manual neuer
    - rene adler
    - tim wiese

    defenders:
    - holger badstuber
    - phillip lahm
    - marcel jansen
    - heiko westermann
    - per mertesacker
    - sascha riether

    midfielders
    - mesut ozil
    - sami khedira
    - bastian schweinsteiger
    - toni kroos
    - marko marin
    - lukas podolski
    - christian trasch

    strikers
    - miroslav klose
    - stefan kiessling
    - cacau
    - mario gomez

    i expect a few more 20 year olds to get call ups and perhaps make the squad, most notably peniel mlapa a 6'4 striker of togolese decent who starts on the u19, u21 and for 1899 hoffenheim and diego contento, 20 year old left back for bayern who reasonably forsook his italian heritage and plays for the country of his birth

    out because of injury for the time being are:

    - jerome boateng (less than 1 game in the epl and see what'd i tell ya)
    - arne friedrich ( =[ )
    - dennis aogo
    - piotr trochowski (hopefully for lyf :pray: )

    and serder tasci was left off because of a "lack of match practice"

    more of the same formation and tactics from the world cup for germany, with hopefully that experience and the lack of faggot usbekistan resulting in a trophy

    4-2-3-1 with

    GK: Manuel Neuer (adler will push him but neuer's distribution and the fact that he's this generation's keeper will keep him as the starter)

    LB: Marcel Jansen (westermann will challenge now, boateng and contento later)
    CB: Holger Badstuber (starts here for bayern now and has assumed tons of responsibility)
    CB: Per Mertesacker (always eager to take a carlo teve ball to the face)
    RB: Phillip Lahm (sascha riether backs him up)

    CDM: Sami Khedira (Will Ballack eventually beat him out? I can't see Ballack being admitted as a back up, dude whines too much)
    CDM: Bastian Schweinsteiger (Der Kapitan, Christian Trasch as back up)

    LW: Lukas Podolski (Now with Ozil gone, we'll see if Marin develops to the point where he can challenge)
    CAM: Mesut Ozil ( :ohgosh: )
    RW: Thomas Muller ( :ohgosh: )

    Striker: Miroslav Klose (Gonna be hard for Miro to keep his form for another two years, but everyone always counts him out and he always delivers. I think Kiessling may have it in him to challenge, but more likely that there is no bridge and it goes from Miro straight to a kid from the Ozil - Muller generation like Sandro Wagner, Peniel Mlapa, or Felix Kroos)

    And then there's Toni Kroos. He starts as CAM for Bayern and brings a more structured style of play to that position. He's so good that you need to find a place for him on the field without taking off Ozil, whose versatility and intelligence and movement off the ball (alongside Muller's even greater versatility, intelligence, and movement off the ball) is what makes this German team what it is.

    I wanna see if Low has the cajones to fiddle around with a:

    LW: Thomas Muller
    CAM: Toni Kroos
    RW: Mesut Ozil

    trio up front. Still allows Muller and Ozil the freedom to wonder and make runs, gives the front a bit more structure. But that would require Lukas Podolski to ride the bench, and he's a Low favorite in addition to similarly giving the squad structure with his width and powerful shot (though Kroos also has a cannon)

    Aside from Germany and Spain, I like Bosnia, Croatia, and Turkey to make runs. Unless they get their shit together in two years, this could be a Euro in which the emerging nations seriously force the old heads like Italy, France, and England to evolve or else.
     
  5. tne

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    hate that Belgium got fucked, but I can see them advancing over Turkey
     
  6. Owsley

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    Who are some of their players to watch besides Lukaku?
     
  7. tne

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    Defour, Hazard, Vermaelen, Fellaini, Vertonghen, Witsel

    just a few names, Hazard is going to be incredible, I want him at Arsenal really badly
     
  8. Wicket

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    theyve been terrible in recent years, they were the last team in pot 3 so they were actually kinda lucky to an extend
     
  9. Owsley

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    Didn't realize Hazard was Belgian. I thought Vermaelen was eastern European too.
     
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    wicket break down the dutch like i did germany
     
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    insane amount of talent in the german midfield

    good post user cas
     
  12. snowfx2

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    Michael Bradley also plays with two very talented young German teammates, Marco Reus (21 y/o) and Patrick Hermann (19 y/o). Hermann scored two goals against Bayer Leverkusen yesterday, and Reus scored as well. Would've been nice if Gladbach could've been able to hold on to Marin last year.
     
  13. Owsley

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    It would be so awesome if England and Italy failed to make the finals.
     
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    if either were in germany's group instead of germany it would've been a real possibility
     
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    I will, but to many questionmarks at the moment
     
  16. snowfx2

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    Which would make it two Euros in a row for England, and the meltdown would be great to watch. Switzerland can give them a run for the group though, but I think England will end up winning it.

    It's interesting to see what direction Capello goes with in this campaign in regards to roster decisions.
     
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    RVN is filling in for RVP. We'll see how that works. Shouldn't matter vs San Marino and Finland w/o RVP or Robben. Robben is the big loss. It would have been a different final with a fit Van Persie and a fit Torres.

    England are nothing unless Rooney starts playing better which I haven't seen. Center halves and defensive mids is a glaring weakness. Get Jagielka, Dawson, and Cahill some time but you know he is gonna go back to Terry.

    No clue what he is gonna do in midfield. Walcott and Gerrard will be starting and I imagine Barry will with Milner or Johnson.

    See another lackluster performance out of England.


    England roster

    Scott Carson (West Brom), Ben Foster (Birmingham), Joe Hart (Manchester City).

    Gary Cahill (Bolton), Ashley Cole (Chelsea), Michael Dawson (Tottenham), Kieran Gibbs (Arsenal), Phil Jagielka (Everton), Glen Johnson (Liverpool), Joleon Lescott (Manchester City), Matthew Upson (West Ham).

    Gareth Barry (Manchester City), Michael Carrick (Manchester United), Steven Gerrard (Liverpool), Adam Johnson (Manchester City), James Milner (Manchester City), Theo Walcott (Arsenal), Shaun Wright-Phillips (Manchester City), Ashley Young (Aston Villa).

    Darren Bent (Sunderland), Carlton Cole (West Ham), Peter Crouch (Tottenham), Jermain Defoe (Tottenham), Wayne Rooney (Manchester United).
     
  18. Gunners

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    Seriously Wright-Phillips??? I don't think he'd play on the US team. Lennon, Carroll, Wilshere could all use time and you go with that bum.

    England really need Jack Rodwell or someone else to step up because Barry is a glaring weakness anchoring midfield.
     
  19. three stacks

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    anyone know where i can see the other rosters
     
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    Spain except Xavi and Puyol are injured so there will be replacements. Same with Van Persie. Some others may not be out yet. I haven't seen France anywhere.

    Goalkeepers: Casillas, Valdes, Reina
    Defenders: Arbeloa, Sergio Ramos, Capdevila, Marchena, Pique, Puyol
    Midfield: Busquets, Xabi Alonso, Xavi, Fabregas, Cazorla, David Silva, Jesús Navas, Iniesta
    Strikers: Pedro, Llorente, Villa, Torres


    Goalkeepers: Antonio Mirante (Parma), Salvatore Sirigu (Palermo), Emiliano Viviano (Bologna)

    Defenders: Luca Antonelli (Parma), Leonardo Bonucci (Juventus), Cesare Bovo (Palermo), Mattia Cassani (Palermo), Giorgio Chiellini (Juventus), Lorenzo De Silvestri (Fiorentina), Daniele Gastaldello (Sampdoria), Cristiano Molinaro (VfB Stuttgart)

    Midfielders: Daniele De Rossi (Roma), Andrea Lazzari (Cagliari), Claudio Marchisio (Juventus), Riccardo Montolivo (Fiorentina), Angelo Palombo (Sampdoria), Andrea Pirlo (Milan)

    Forwards: Antonio Antonio Cassano (Sampdoria), Alberto Gilardino (Fiorentina), Giampaolo Pazzini (Sampdoria), Simone Pepe (Juventus), Fabio Quagliarella (Juventus), Giuseppe Rossi (Villarreal).



    Goalkeepers: Maarten Stekelenburg (Ajax), Michel Vorm (FC Utrecht), Piet Velthuizen (Hercules)

    Defenders: Khalid Boulahrouz (Stuttgart), Erik Pieters (PSV), Vurnon Anita (Ajax), John Heitinga (Everton), Joris Mathijsen (Hamburger SV), Gregory van der Wiel (Ajax), Ron Vlaar (Feyenoord)

    Midfielders: Ibrahim Afellay (PSV), Mark van Bommel (Bayern Munich), Nigel de Jong (Manchester City), Theo Janssen (Twente), Hedwiges Maduro (Valencia), Wesley Sneijder (Inter), Rafael van der Vaart (Real Madrid), Demy de Zeeuw (Ajax)

    Attackers: Eljero Elia (Hamburger SV), Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Milan), Robin van Persie (Arsenal), Dirk Kuyt (Liverpool), Jeremain Lens (PSV)
     
  21. snowfx2

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    All times Eastern

    Thursday

    Israel vs. Malta - 2:15pm

    Friday

    Kazakhstan vs. Turkey - noon
    Belgium vs. Germany - 2:45pm
    Armenia vs. Ireland - 11am
    Andorra vs. Russia - 12:30pm
    Slovakia vs. Macedonia - 2:30pm
    Faroe Islands vs. Serbia - 1pm
    Encino Man vs. Italy - 2:30pm
    Slovenia vs. Northern Ireland - 2:45pm
    Romania vs. Albania - 2pm
    Luxemborg vs. Bosnia - 2:15pm
    France vs. Belarus - 3pm
    Moldova vs. Finland - 12:30pm
    Sweden vs. Hungary - 2pm
    San Marino vs. Netherlands - 2:45pm
    Latvia vs. Croatia - 2pm
    Greece vs. Georgia - 2:45pm
    Montenegro vs. Wales - 1:30pm
    England vs. Bulgaria - 3pm
    Iceland vs. Norway - 3pm
    Portugal vs. Cyprus - 3:45pm
    Lithuania vs. Scotland - 2:25pm
    Liechtenstein vs. Spain - 2:45pm
     
  22. Owsley

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    Any tv coverage?
     
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    Yeah, I am going to need to watch that Belgium-Germany game.
     
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    Is Elia one of the better players for Hamburger? I don't follow the Budesliga too much, but I know he's a baller
     
  25. Weedlord420

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    gol tv shows like every germany game so im guessing it'll be on there
     
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  27. Wicket

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    he is one of the better players, the point is he can change games and he can do that at any level basically.
     
  28. Owsley

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    he is also very fast and black
     
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    yet he would be a terrible football player
     
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    lol
     
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    Group A: Germany, Belgium
    Group B: Ireland, Slovakia
    Group C: Italy, Slovenia
    Group D: BIH, France
    Group E: Netherlands, Sweden
    Group F: Greece, Israel
    Group G: England, Wales
    Group H: Portugal, Denmark
    Group I: Spain, Scotland

    Eliminate Scotland and thats your qualifiers!
     
  33. Weedlord420

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    germany vs belgium not on gol tv D:

    on espn3

    england vs bulgaria on F

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    C!!
     
  34. Det. Frank Bullitt

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    san marino dun goofed
     
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    13-0 to Germany?
     
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    HEY YOU

    SIGN UP FOR THE LEAGUE
     
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    ???
     
  38. ChileanNole

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    Spain game is on ESPNDeportes.
     
  39. ChileanNole

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    Joe Hart is set to make his first competitive start for England in the Euro 2012 qualifier against Bulgaria at Wembley

    The Manchester City goalkeeper will make his fifth senior appearance for his country in a team set to be to feature several players who started in the 4-1 defeat to Germany in the second round of the World Cup.

    With John Terry pulling out of the squad through injury, Everton's Phil Jagielka is favourite to take the Chelsea man's place in the heart of the defence, alongside the recalled Matthew Upson, who also played in the second round loss in Bloemfontein in June.

    In the absence of Frank Lampard, another withdrawal from the squad, the in-form Theo Walcott will start with captain Steven Gerrard moving into his preferred central position.

    England manager Fabio Capello is also expected to field Glen Johnson, Ashley Cole, Gareth Barry, James Milner, Wayne Rooney and Jermain Defoe, all regulars during England's disappointing campaign in South Africa.

    With West Bromwich Albion keeper Scott Carson leaving the squad due to a family bereavement, Watford's Scott Loach takes his place.

    England captain Gerrard is all too aware of the pressure on the team to perform following their lacklustre showing in the summer after such a strong qualifying campaign.

    He said: "I think it's a similar situation to when we didn't qualify for Euro 2008 under Steve McClaren which was a low moment. It's going to take time to recover from this position."

    "The only way we can recover is to improve results and try to qualify smoothly out of this group.

    "Then we've got to try to prove to people in the tournament, if we get there, that we can do a lot better than in South Africa."
     
  40. Keef

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    Bosnia is gonna fuck people up this year...who is everyone's pick (of big name teams) to not make the finals. I know I'm really going out on a limb here but I think it will be France
     
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    biggest name not to make the finals will be turkije

    germany - belgium from that group
     
  42. ChileanNole

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    I think it will be either France or Portugal
     
  43. Gunners

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    Maybe the Swiss, Czechs, or Russians. France will make it but struggle, a lot of low scoring games.

    They got the Germany game on delay after Spain Cas.
     
  44. Weedlord420

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    on what channel
     
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    I thought I saw Goltv but it's on ESPN deportes. My fault I'm hungover, a lot of people don't have deportes.
     
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    ESPNDeportes
     
  47. Weedlord420

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    dont got that shit

    the espn3 feed better not suck :curses:
     
  48. ChileanNole

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    I hooked up my laptop to my tv last night and watched the UM game from ESPN3, i was disappointed at the quality of the stream but at least i got to watch it on the big screen. I cant wait till Xbox comes up with the update that lets you stream ESPN3.
     
  49. Weedlord420

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    i think its already out
    bush posted something about it in the fsu thread i think
     
  50. ChileanNole

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    shit! i havent been on that thread in like a couple of weeks so finding that would be damn near impossible.