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International Break - September 2012

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Thursday, 6 September 2012

UEFA European Championship 2013 Under-21 Qualifying

Latvia U21 v Kazakhstan U21, G9, 15:00

Russia U21 v Poland U21, G6, 15:00

Azerbaijan U21 v England U21, G8, 16:00

Georgia U21 v Estonia U21, G5, 16:00

Hungary U21 v Rep of Ireland U21, G7, 16:00

Italy U21 v Liechtenstein U21, G7, 16:00

Moldova U21 v Albania U21, G6, 17:00

Belgium U21 v Norway U21, G8, 18:30

Switzerland U21 v Spain U21, G5, 18:30

Ukraine U21 v Malta U21, G2, 18:30

Scotland U21 v Luxembourg U21, G10, 19:45

Slovenia U21 v Sweden U21, G2, 20:00

International Friendlies

Japan v United Arab Emirates, 11:20

Sweden v China PR, 18:00

Lebanon v Australia, 18:30

Friday, 7 September 2012

FIFA World Cup European Qualifying

Russia v Northern Ireland, GpF, 16:00

Azerbaijan v Israel, GpF, 17:00

Kazakhstan v Rep of Ireland, GpC, 17:00

Georgia v Belarus, GpI, 18:00

Liechtenstein v Bosnia-Hercegovina, GpG, 18:00

Estonia v Romania, GpD, 19:00

Malta v Armenia, GpB, 19:00

Croatia v Macedonia, GpA, 19:15

Lithuania v Slovakia, GpG, 19:15

Albania v Cyprus, GpE, 19:30

Andorra v Hungary, GpD, 19:30

Finland v France, GpI, 19:30

Latvia v Greece, GpG, 19:30

Montenegro v Poland, GpH, 19:30

Netherlands v Turkey, GpD, 19:30

Slovenia v Switzerland, GpE, 19:30

Bulgaria v Italy, GpB, 19:45

Germany v Faroe Islands, GpC, 19:45

Iceland v Norway, GpE, 19:45

Luxembourg v Portugal, GpF, 19:45

Moldova v England, GpH, 19:45

Wales v Belgium, GpA, 19:45

UEFA European Championship 2013 Under-21 Qualifying

Montenegro U21 v Czech Rep U21, G3, 15:00

Bosnia-Hercegovina U21 v Greece U21, G1, 16:00

Denmark U21 v Serbia U21, G4, 17:00

Germany U21 v Belarus U21, G1, 17:00

Holland U21 v Austria U21, G10, 17:00

Slovakia U21 v France U21, G9, 17:45

N Ireland U21 v Macedonia U21, G4, 19:30

International Friendlies

Brazil v South Africa, 19:45

Spain v Saudi Arabia, 21:00

Saturday, 8 September 2012

FIFA World Cup European Qualifying

Scotland v Serbia, GpA, 15:00

Denmark v Czech Republic, GpB, 19:15

Monday, 10 September 2012

UEFA European Championship 2013 Under-21 Qualifying

Belarus U21 v San Marino U21, G1, 16:00

Bosnia-Hercegovina U21 v Germany U21, G1, 16:00

Greece U21 v Cyprus U21, G1, 16:00

Czech Rep U21 v Wales U21, G3, 16:30

Montenegro U21 v Armenia U21, G3, 16:30

Poland U21 v Portugal U21, G6, 16:30

Russia U21 v Moldova U21, G6, 16:30

Latvia U21 v Romania U21, G9, 17:00

Slovakia U21 v Kazakhstan U21, G9, 17:00

Austria U21 v Scotland U21, G10, 17:30

Hungary U21 v Liechtenstein U21, G7, 17:30

Italy U21 v Rep of Ireland U21, G7, 17:30

Luxembourg U21 v Bulgaria U21, G10, 17:30

Denmark U21 v N Ireland U21, G4, 18:00

Serbia U21 v Macedonia U21, G4, 18:00

Lithuania U21 v Finland U21, G2, 18:15

Sweden U21 v Ukraine U21, G2, 18:15

Belgium U21 v Iceland U21, G8, 19:00

England U21 v Norway U21, G8, 19:00

Spain U21 v Croatia U21, G5, 19:15

Switzerland U21 v Estonia U21, G5, 19:15

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

FIFA World Cup European Qualifying

Cyprus v Iceland, GpE, 18:00

Israel v Russia, GpF, 18:00

Georgia v Spain, GpI, 18:30

Romania v Andorra, GpD, 18:30

Bosnia-Hercegovina v Latvia, GpG, 19:00

Bulgaria v Armenia, GpB, 19:00

Norway v Slovenia, GpE, 19:00

Turkey v Estonia, GpD, 19:00

Slovakia v Liechtenstein, GpG, 19:15

Austria v Germany, GpC, 19:30

Hungary v Netherlands, GpD, 19:30

San Marino v Montenegro, GpH, 19:30

Serbia v Wales, GpA, 19:30

Sweden v Kazakhstan, GpC, 19:30

Switzerland v Albania, GpE, 19:30

Belgium v Croatia, GpA, 19:45

Greece v Lithuania, GpG, 19:45

Italy v Malta, GpB, 19:45

Northern Ireland v Luxembourg, GpF, 19:45

Poland v Moldova, GpH, 19:45

England v Ukraine, GpH, 20:00

France v Belarus, GpI, 20:00

Scotland v Macedonia, GpA, 20:00

Portugal v Azerbaijan, GpF, 20:15

International Friendlies

Brazil v China PR, 02:00

Czech Republic v Finland, 17:00

Rep of Ireland v Oman, 19:30

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click on 'play media' to hear the interview... guy dont give a f*ck

Paolo Di Canio blames Aden Flint for Swindon Town exit

Swindon manager Paolo Di Canio says Aden Flint was to blame for their 1-0 Johnstone's Paint Trophy first round derby defeat by Oxford.

The 23-year-old had just come on as a substitute when his collision with team-mate Darren Ward led to Alfie Potter's 88th-minute winner.

"Flint came in tonight as if he was on holiday and this is not acceptable," Di Canio told BBC Wiltshire.

"He has to take the responsibility. We lost because of him."

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He continued: "It was like on Sunday when we lost for Wes [Foderingham]. We lost because of a stupid moment.

"He's a good professional but he has to improve."

Flint, who arrived at the County Groundfrom Alfreton in 2011, was first-choice at centre back at Swindon last season, alongside Alan McCormack.

But he now faces competition from summer arrivals Ward and Troy Archibald-Henville.

Di Canio added: "Flint's a good guy but he's got a big limit. This is why I brought in Darren Ward.

"I told them 'don't feel hurt when I bring in new players who can challenge your position'.

"Some of my players have to go one step forward if they want to become real footballers. Some of them weren't League One footballers.

"They have to know what they want to do in their life."

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leagguee wannnnn

not champeeeon league

leaaaguee waaaann

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click on 'play media' to hear the interview... guy dont give a f*ck

Paolo Di Canio blames Aden Flint for Swindon Town exit

Swindon manager Paolo Di Canio says Aden Flint was to blame for their 1-0 Johnstone's Paint Trophy first round derby defeat by Oxford.

The 23-year-old had just come on as a substitute when his collision with team-mate Darren Ward led to Alfie Potter's 88th-minute winner.

"Flint came in tonight as if he was on holiday and this is not acceptable," Di Canio told BBC Wiltshire.

"He has to take the responsibility. We lost because of him."

Play media

He continued: "It was like on Sunday when we lost for Wes [Foderingham]. We lost because of a stupid moment.

"He's a good professional but he has to improve."

Flint, who arrived at the County Groundfrom Alfreton in 2011, was first-choice at centre back at Swindon last season, alongside Alan McCormack.

But he now faces competition from summer arrivals Ward and Troy Archibald-Henville.

Di Canio added: "Flint's a good guy but he's got a big limit. This is why I brought in Darren Ward.

"I told them 'don't feel hurt when I bring in new players who can challenge your position'.

"Some of my players have to go one step forward if they want to become real footballers. Some of them weren't League One footballers.

"They have to know what they want to do in their life."

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are we crazyy

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Columbia Uruguay tonight is me

debating Holland Turkey or Bulgaria Italy as my earlier match

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Eng team: Hart, Johnson, Terry, Lescott, Baines, Milner, Gerrard, Lampard, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Cleverley; Defoe

pmsl at that team. Lampard and Gerrard back in the same midfield LOL

are dons telling me Lamps is a DM now? :rofl:

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lampard and gerrard together in 2012?

hodgson out.

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Milner again! And he's left out welbs and Sturridge and he's playing lampard. I don't even wanna watch this game now.

Carrick should be playing too. f*ck this guy.

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algeria v libya world cup qualifiers this weekend, its gona be mad

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"Jermaine has been playing well for tottenham recently"

"Micheal is a similar player to Frank & Steven so ive left him out"

this guy is the fucking national manager :/

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This was easy, lol. Doesn't even feel like a competitive match atm.

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England are sh*t.

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Good ball by Johnson

Good run and header by Lampard

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Fat Frank securing his place on the plane for brazil :lol:

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