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to be honest, i would never start it when the result wouldnt be so extraordinary. :D

the english U 17 were beaten by the Netherlands yesterday at the Algarve cup 7:0. the english youngsters were already 6:0 down at the halftime.
 

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We will only get worse and worse under these new ridiculous BPL self serving academy camps.
 

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It's like Mente got 10% more Mente and Dessy got 10% more Dessy since moving to this forum.
 

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to bring on some seriousness:

1. England have won the bid to host the U 17 European Championship in 2018.

2. the Elite round will start this month. in the past only the winners of this groups were qualified for the Euros but from this season on they have extended the Euro from 8 to 16 teams so also the runners- up will qualify.

England will host Norway ( 21th in Burton) Romania 26th also in Burton) and Slovenia (23th in Chesterfield)

Scotland has also good chances to qualify in a group which includes Hungary(22nd), Bosnia (20th) and the Czechs(25th)

same for Wales vs Russia (21th) Austria (23th) and Iceland (26th)
 

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the elite round kicked-off today. there were wins for Scotland (2:0 vs Bosnia), England (3:1 vs Norway) and Germany (3:0 vs Slovakia) while Wales achieved a very respectable draw away from home vs Russia.
 

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England (3:0 at halftime vs Slovenia) and Germany are through and are qualified for the euros. Scotland (vs the czechs) and Ireland ( vs Poland) need a draw in the last match to qualify and Wales need to beat Iceland 4:0 or higher and Austria has to beat Russia to also make it for them possible

already qualified are:

England
Germany
Belgium
Netherlands
Austria
France
Croatia
Italy
Bulgaria (hosts)
 

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Group of death :shut:
 

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The U16s won the Montaigu Tournament today beating France 3-1 in the final.
 

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tournament will kick off on wednesday.

on thursday England will play Italy at 6 pm (?) uk time. match will be aired on Eurosport 1


english squad:

# Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
GK Paul Woolston 14 August 1998 (aged 16) Newcastle United
GK Will Huffer 30 October 1998 (aged 16) Leeds United
DF Danny Collinge 9 April 1998 (aged 17) VFB Stuttgart
DF Reece Oxford 16 December 1998 (aged 16) West Ham United
DF Easah Suliman 26 January 1998 (aged 17) Aston Villa
DF James Yates 3 April 1998 (aged 17) Everton
DF Jay DaSilva 22 April 1998 (aged 17) Chelsea
DF Tayo Edun 14 May 1998 (aged 16) Fulham
MF Trent Arnold 7 October 1998 (aged 16) Liverpool
MF Daniel Wright 4 January 1998 (aged 17) Sunderland
MF Herbie Kane 23 November 1998 (aged 16) Liverpool
MF Tom Davies 30 June 1998 (aged 16) Everton
MF Marcus Edwards 20 December 1998 (aged 16) Tottenham Hotspur
MF Nathan Holland 19 June 1998 (aged 16) Everton
MF Chris Willock 31 January 1998 (aged 17) Arsenal
FW Layton Ndukwu 24 April 1998 (aged 17) Leicester City
FW Stephy Mavididi 31 May 1998 (aged 16) Arsenal
FW Ike Ugbo 12 September 1998 (aged 16) Chelsea
 

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I was looking for this on my Sky planner over the weekend. They don't show highlights of many matches do they?
 

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I think most of the games are on Eurosport.
 

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We're destroying Scotland 5-0 with most of the second half remaining. Will give England/Italy a watch next.
 

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England has beaten Italy. Marcus Edwards with the goal
 

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It was not a great watch. Was quite disappointed by the Italians negativity. They seemed to have the players to pass the ball around but they just stood there with 2 banks of 4 waiting for something to happen. Shame as both sides looked to have lively players which could have made for a good game. I suppose the conditions didn't help either.

I did learn that an U17 game lasts 80 minutes and not 90 though.
 

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Devolved into a very British sort of game but Edwards scored a nice winner against Ireland.


He had to be up in the morning to sit a GCSE exam too :surr:
 

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England lose the quarter final with Russia to a goal that didn't seem to have crossed the line. We were much the better side but suffered from having no strikers up to par. Disappointing but if the aim to to get one or two from each age-group up to senior level then the potential is definitely there with Willock, Oxford, Collinge, Dasilva and especially Edwards. Now for a play-off game with Spain for a place in the U17 World Cup, can't say I'm particularly confident...
 

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Desperately need to find someone who can score between now and the U17 World Cup. I would like to see Yan Dhanda given a chance up there. There was some great link up play between him and Marcus Edwards in one of the earlier friendly tournaments.
 

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France v Germany in the final. Starting now.
 

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Aaaaand France win 4-1!
Some excellent players on show for France.
 

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Impressive result against a good German side.
 

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hm, no one interested in?

in a hour the under 17 wc will kick off and England will play one of the Guineas ( have forgotten which one, Papua, Equatorial, Bissau or simply FC...one of them)
 

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the game vs Guinea ended 1:1. Hinds gave England the lead after a hour and Guinea equalized 15 minures later.

Its not my fault Steven ;)

Koreas has beaten Brazil in Englands group (1:0) for sure a Kim scored that goal.

Germany will play Australia today in a really though group with Argentina and Mexico
 

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highlights

Guinea looks very good in the highlights, England missed from the spot

 

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Will watch these later.
 

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