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    Caption contest:



    DV: Oh seriously guys, not that *again*



    LB: *wonder who that kid is following me*



    BO: upset because the guys have all gone home



    JS: "Now if only I can remember what to do when this thing comes near me...."


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    Poor old Cummings!
    Came on for Scotland and got a chance to score with his first touch, but missed it.
    So, it is not only when in a red shirt he misses chances!
    Shame for Scotland who went on to lose 1-0.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Statto View Post
    Caption contest:

    TW: "I'm scared Liam!"
    LB: "Get yo' hands off me crazy fool!"


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    "And then Barrie knocked it by him and ran round him that way...poor ode Baptiste looked like he were towing a caravan"


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    Daz was starved of any service last night but did what he could. Eire will take 0-0 back to the Aviva




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    Jamie Ward currently in action against Switzerland trying to reverse 0-1 from the first leg.


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    http://www.nottinghampost.com/sport/...art-779119?xun

    Superb.

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    Good owd Gary Brazil. Probably single handedly kept NFFC going these past 5 years.

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    Nottingham Forest players have been called up to represent their countries on international duty over the course of the next two weeks.

    The Forest players will travel around the globe to pull on the colours of their countries and you can follow how they get on below:

    Ben Brereton – England Under 19s

    Wednesday 21st March – Hungary (N)
    Saturday 24th March – Latvia (A)
    Tuesday 27th March – Macedonia (N)

    Rudolfs Soloha – Latvia Under 19s

    Wednesday 21st March – Macedonia (H)
    Saturday 24th March – England (H)
    Tuesday 27th March – Hungary (H)

    Anel Ahmedhodzic – Sweden Under 19s

    Wednesday 21st March – Ukraine (N)
    Saturday 24th March – Romania (A)
    Tuesday 27th March – Serbia (N)

    Liam Bossin – Republic of Ireland Under 21s


    Thursday 22nd March – Iceland (H)
    Tuesday 27th March – Azerbaijan (H)

    Arvin Appiah – England Under 17s

    Friday 23rd March – Brazil (N)
    Monday 26th March – Brazil (N)

    Kieran Dowell – England Under 21s

    Saturday 24th March – Romania (H)
    Tuesday 27th March – Ukraine (H)

    Joe Worrall – England Under 21s

    Saturday 24th March – Romania (H)
    Tuesday 27th March – Ukraine (H)

    Eric Lichaj – USA


    Tuesday 27th March – Paraguay (H)


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    Apart from Ben none of the first 11 are away, might prove to be a few useful weeks on the training pitch - but I am sure Milwall are in the same boat...


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    Ben Brereton starts for England u19s in their Euro Qualifiers. It also starts the defence of their title. James, Chalobah, Mount & Brereton are back for a 2nd crack.




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    Judging by the formation in that picture Ben is up for another fun afternoon


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    Mason Mount looks a genuine talent.

    That Flynn Downes has been doing well on loan at Luton too.


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    Decided to look into why the 19s and 17s are playing at neutral venues...

    The 19s are in Group 2 of the elite round of the European Under-19 Championship qualifying competition.

    Format
    The qualifying competition consists of two rounds:


    Qualifying round: Apart from Spain and Portugal, which receive byes to the elite round as the teams with the highest seeding coefficient, the remaining 52 teams are drawn into 13 groups of four teams. Each group is played in single round-robin format at one of the teams selected as hosts after the draw. The 13 group winners and the 13 runners-up advance to the elite round.

    Elite round: The 28 teams are drawn into seven groups of four teams. Each group is played in single round-robin format at one of the teams selected as hosts after the draw. The seven group winners qualify for the final tournament.
    So all of our games are in Macedonia for this round and all games in this elite round have to be played between 19-27th of March hence we play 3 times this week.



    Can't really find info regarding why the 17s are playing Brazil twice in neutral grounds.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rzarecteh View Post
    Judging by the formation in that picture Ben is up for another fun afternoon
    Would be very surprised if Nelson and Nketiah (who like Brereton is mainly a CF) aren't playing higher up and when you have Mount pulling strings this a deadly dangerous front 4. Also add in Brereton and Mount having an almost telepathic understanding on winning the Euro's last year, they should go close to winning the Euro's again.

    Just look at the bench : Cumming, Sancho, Sterling, Hirst, Foden, Francis, Embleton, McGuane, Wilmot.

    The already involving two of last year u17 World Cup winners in Foden and Sancho. Ryan Sessegnon skipped everything from this age group and is with the 21s now after winning the u19 Euro's last year as an u17.

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Stone's Mullet View Post
    Mason Mount looks a genuine talent.

    That Flynn Downes has been doing well on loan at Luton too.
    He is a proper talent, that is for sure. First season in Eredivisie and he has over 10 goals and assists together.

    Funnily enough Ipswich are quite strong in this age group and all are midfielders. Perhaps the best known is Andre Dozzell and he is only just returning from a serious injury and then Tristan Nydam pulled out of this squad and Flynn Downes is still in.

    The rest is basically all the 'big clubs' bar Balcombe (Brentford), Brereton (Forest) starting and on the bench Wilmot (Stevenage), Hirst (Sheff Wed) & Embleton (Sunderland)

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    Default Re: Tricky Tree International Call-up Thread

    FYI The England Under 19s is on Freesports if anyone wants to watch


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    Quote Originally Posted by J'Psycho'C66 View Post
    Decided to look into why the 19s and 17s are playing at neutral venues...

    The 19s are in Group 2 of the elite round of the European Under-19 Championship qualifying competition.



    So all of our games are in Macedonia for this round and all games in this elite round have to be played between 19-27th of March hence we play 3 times this week.



    Can't really find info regarding why the 17s are playing Brazil twice in neutral grounds.
    Just friendlies. England are hosting the U17 Euro's in the summer so they get automatic qualification.


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    That Ben Wilmot and Mark McKee (both Stevenage) have drawn some admirers this season. Wouldn't be surprised if they were both snapped up this summer.


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    Foden has got on the pitch a few times for Man City this season. He looks quite a prospect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy View Post
    Just friendlies. England are hosting the U17 Euro's in the summer so they get automatic qualification.
    Yeah but why neutral ground?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravi View Post
    Foden has got on the pitch a few times for Man City this season. He looks quite a prospect.
    When was the last time a home grown, English City lad came through their academy and went on to a good career? Ben Mee probably? and he's 28 now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by J'Psycho'C66 View Post
    Yeah but why neutral ground?
    Oh sorry.

    They playing in Spain. Not sure on the reasoning other than maybe suiting both parties (particularly Brazil coming from South America).


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    Quote Originally Posted by J'Psycho'C66 View Post
    When was the last time a home grown, English City lad came through their academy and went on to a good career? Ben Mee probably? and he's 28 now.
    Probably. Adam Clayton came from City’s academy iirc.


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    Kieran Trippier, Daniel Sturridge, George Evans, and there's a couple of Welsh too, Ched Evans and Emyr Huws, Irish Greg Cunningham. Michael Johnson had promise, but injuries and food put paid to him.


 

 

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