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Ireland are the only team in the finals who won every single one of their qualifying games.

The only team in Europe to manage such a feat.

Not to be scoffed at, in these dark times for our senior team and the state of our football association.
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Holland out, England out, Germany out

Final 8 are : Ireland, Armenia, France, Italy, Norway, Czech Republic, Portugal and Spain
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Fantastic achievement from the lads..I wonder if Parrott, O’Connor and Idah will be playing in the summer. Surprised to see Armenia there
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Originally posted by BaileNuisBhoy BaileNuisBhoy wrote:

Fantastic achievement from the lads..I wonder if Parrott, O’Connor and Idah will be playing in the summer. Surprised to see Armenia there

Armenia are hosts
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Originally posted by BaileNuisBhoy BaileNuisBhoy wrote:

Fantastic achievement from the lads..I wonder if Parrott, O’Connor and Idah will be playing in the summer. Surprised to see Armenia there

Armenia are hosts
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Why wouldnt Parrott etc not be involved ? No rule against them not playing 
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Originally posted by grannyrule grannyrule wrote:

Holland out, England out, Germany out

Final 8 are : Ireland, Armenia, France, Italy, Norway, Czech Republic, Portugal and Spain
I wonder do are many of our lads English Qualified and will they be sniffing those lads out too. thanks
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Considering the run they have been on, there's a great chance to go far in that tournament, especially with some of the bigger nations missing out.
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Very encouraging stuff by the young boys.
 
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How does the seeding work? 

Surely we have one of the best qualifying records and will be 1st / 2nd seed? Assume Armenia are top seeds in group A as hosts. 

Almost guaranteed that one team out of Ireland, Norway, Czech Republic and Armenia will be in the semi-finals, let’s hope it’s us. 

I think they’ll stick with the squad that qualified for the tournament but expect Parrott and Idah to be drafted in if there’s any injuries. 
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Originally posted by Maccatacca Maccatacca wrote:

How does the seeding work? 

Surely we have one of the best qualifying records and will be 1st / 2nd seed? Assume Armenia are top seeds in group A as hosts. 

Almost guaranteed that one team out of Ireland, Norway, Czech Republic and Armenia will be in the semi-finals, let’s hope it’s us. 

I think they’ll stick with the squad that qualified for the tournament but expect Parrott and Idah to be drafted in if there’s any injuries. 


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The final draw will be held in spring or early summer 2019 in Armenia.[5] The eight teams are drawn into two groups of four teams. There is no seeding, except that the hosts Armenia are assigned to position A1 in the draw.

So an open draw, Look to avoid perhaps two or a group with of the following Spain, Italy and Portugal and we'd have a very good chance of making the semis.

A group of Armenia, Czech R, Norway would be the the dream
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awesome run they are on, intrigued to see how they do this summer, tom mohan doing a great job
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Originally posted by lassassinblanc lassassinblanc wrote:

Originally posted by Maccatacca Maccatacca wrote:

How does the seeding work? 

Surely we have one of the best qualifying records and will be 1st / 2nd seed? Assume Armenia are top seeds in group A as hosts. 

Almost guaranteed that one team out of Ireland, Norway, Czech Republic and Armenia will be in the semi-finals, let’s hope it’s us. 

I think they’ll stick with the squad that qualified for the tournament but expect Parrott and Idah to be drafted in if there’s any injuries. 


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The final draw will be held in spring or early summer 2019 in Armenia.[5] The eight teams are drawn into two groups of four teams. There is no seeding, except that the hosts Armenia are assigned to position A1 in the draw.

So an open draw, Look to avoid perhaps two or a group with of the following Spain, Italy and Portugal and we'd have a very good chance of making the semis.

A group of Armenia, Czech R, Norway would be the the dream
How do you know that wouldn't be the worst draw? How do we know the Czechs and Norwegians aren't the teams to avoid?
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by lassassinblanc lassassinblanc wrote:

Originally posted by Maccatacca Maccatacca wrote:

How does the seeding work? 

Surely we have one of the best qualifying records and will be 1st / 2nd seed? Assume Armenia are top seeds in group A as hosts. 

Almost guaranteed that one team out of Ireland, Norway, Czech Republic and Armenia will be in the semi-finals, let’s hope it’s us. 

I think they’ll stick with the squad that qualified for the tournament but expect Parrott and Idah to be drafted in if there’s any injuries. 


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The final draw will be held in spring or early summer 2019 in Armenia.[5] The eight teams are drawn into two groups of four teams. There is no seeding, except that the hosts Armenia are assigned to position A1 in the draw.

So an open draw, Look to avoid perhaps two or a group with of the following Spain, Italy and Portugal and we'd have a very good chance of making the semis.

A group of Armenia, Czech R, Norway would be the the dream
How do you know that wouldn't be the worst draw? How do we know the Czechs and Norwegians aren't the teams to avoid?


Well tbh I don't but Spain , France, Italy and Portugal  have a decent record at under 19 age level they have 12 championships between them ( 7,3, 1,1 respectively)

compare that to

Armenia - only their second appearance, didn't make out of group last time (2005) qualified as hosts this time.

Czech Rep- runners ups once in 2011

Norway- qualified 5 times yet to get out of the group

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote pre Madonna Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Mar 2019 at 2:51pm
Originally posted by lassassinblanc lassassinblanc wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by lassassinblanc lassassinblanc wrote:

Originally posted by Maccatacca Maccatacca wrote:

How does the seeding work? 

Surely we have one of the best qualifying records and will be 1st / 2nd seed? Assume Armenia are top seeds in group A as hosts. 

Almost guaranteed that one team out of Ireland, Norway, Czech Republic and Armenia will be in the semi-finals, let’s hope it’s us. 

I think they’ll stick with the squad that qualified for the tournament but expect Parrott and Idah to be drafted in if there’s any injuries. 


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The final draw will be held in spring or early summer 2019 in Armenia.[5] The eight teams are drawn into two groups of four teams. There is no seeding, except that the hosts Armenia are assigned to position A1 in the draw.

So an open draw, Look to avoid perhaps two or a group with of the following Spain, Italy and Portugal and we'd have a very good chance of making the semis.

A group of Armenia, Czech R, Norway would be the the dream
How do you know that wouldn't be the worst draw? How do we know the Czechs and Norwegians aren't the teams to avoid?


Well tbh I don't but Spain , France, Italy and Portugal  have a decent record at under 19 age level they have 12 championships between them ( 7,3, 1,1 respectively)

compare that to

Armenia - only their second appearance, didn't make out of group last time (2005) qualified as hosts this time.

Czech Rep- runners ups once in 2011

Norway- qualified 5 times yet to get out of the group

I don't think any of those players are eligible now! 
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Is anyone thinking of heading over to these championships? Planning to go over if things work out at a decent price. Armenia seems to be around Georgian prices so not too bad.
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by lassassinblanc lassassinblanc wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by lassassinblanc lassassinblanc wrote:

Originally posted by Maccatacca Maccatacca wrote:

How does the seeding work? 

Surely we have one of the best qualifying records and will be 1st / 2nd seed? Assume Armenia are top seeds in group A as hosts. 

Almost guaranteed that one team out of Ireland, Norway, Czech Republic and Armenia will be in the semi-finals, let’s hope it’s us. 

I think they’ll stick with the squad that qualified for the tournament but expect Parrott and Idah to be drafted in if there’s any injuries. 


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The final draw will be held in spring or early summer 2019 in Armenia.[5] The eight teams are drawn into two groups of four teams. There is no seeding, except that the hosts Armenia are assigned to position A1 in the draw.

So an open draw, Look to avoid perhaps two or a group with of the following Spain, Italy and Portugal and we'd have a very good chance of making the semis.

A group of Armenia, Czech R, Norway would be the the dream
How do you know that wouldn't be the worst draw? How do we know the Czechs and Norwegians aren't the teams to avoid?


Well tbh I don't but Spain , France, Italy and Portugal  have a decent record at under 19 age level they have 12 championships between them ( 7,3, 1,1 respectively)

compare that to

Armenia - only their second appearance, didn't make out of group last time (2005) qualified as hosts this time.

Czech Rep- runners ups once in 2011

Norway- qualified 5 times yet to get out of the group

I don't think any of those players are eligible now! 


Obviously but you get what I mean,

Portugal qualified with the best record and are defending champions
France usually have very good youth teams
Spain likewise
as do the Italians

As proven by their overall records.

Would Armenia have qualified had they not been hosts?
Norway obviously done well to qualify above Germany another team who usually do well at youth level.
The Czech's only seemed to qualify as England seemed to bottle it (not saying they aren't a decent team but they did lose to England 4-1)
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by lassassinblanc lassassinblanc wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by lassassinblanc lassassinblanc wrote:

Originally posted by Maccatacca Maccatacca wrote:

How does the seeding work? 

Surely we have one of the best qualifying records and will be 1st / 2nd seed? Assume Armenia are top seeds in group A as hosts. 
Almost guaranteed that one team out of Ireland, Norway, Czech Republic and Armenia will be in the semi-finals, let’s hope it’s us. 

I think they’ll stick with the squad that qualified for the tournament but expect Parrott and Idah to be drafted in if there’s any injuries. 





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The final draw will be held in spring or early summer 2019 in Armenia.[5] The eight teams are drawn into two groups of four teams. There is no seeding, except that the hosts Armenia are assigned to position A1 in the draw.

So an open draw, Look to avoid perhaps two or a group with of the following Spain, Italy and Portugal and we'd have a very good chance of making the semis.

A group of Armenia, Czech R, Norway would be the the dream
How do you know that wouldn't be the worst draw? How do we know the Czechs and Norwegians aren't the teams to avoid?


Well tbh I don't but Spain , France, Italy and Portugal  have a decent record at under 19 age level they have 12 championships between them ( 7,3, 1,1 respectively)

compare that to

Armenia - only their second appearance, didn't make out of group last time (2005) qualified as hosts this time.

Czech Rep- runners ups once in 2011

Norway- qualified 5 times yet to get out of the group

I don't think any of those players are eligible now! 


Yes they are eligble.


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