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    Quote Originally Posted by PhRoZeN View Post
    Theres is the U-17 Euro championship final today. Spain vs England.
    England won that in 2014. Players from the team included Ryan Ledson (called "the new Steven Gerrard", now playing for Oxford), Patrick Roberts (City/Celtic), Adam Armstrong (Toon), Josh Onomah (Spurs), Joe Gomez (Liverpool), Joshua Sims (Saints) and the two Chelsea forwards Isaiah Brown and Dominic Solanke. Not sure how many of those will be real top class players but there's a possibility. England's team at that level basically has a lot of athleticism and directness, which counts for a lot in kids football.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JuveJay View Post
    England won that in 2014. Players from the team included Ryan Ledson (called "the new Steven Gerrard", now playing for Oxford), Patrick Roberts (City/Celtic), Adam Armstrong (Toon), Josh Onomah (Spurs), Joe Gomez (Liverpool), Joshua Sims (Saints) and the two Chelsea forwards Isaiah Brown and Dominic Solanke. Not sure how many of those will be real top class players but there's a possibility. England's team at that level basically has a lot of athleticism and directness, which counts for a lot in kids football.
    Yeah it will be interesting to see. The time they won it before that was in 2010, their star players were Ross Barkley and Said Berahino. Look where that got them..
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    added Portugal's squad on previous page.

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    Yeah. Although it also seems a bit sad calling Milik in particular.
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    Donnarumma is now supposed to accept the U21 call up instead of staying with the seniors. We'll see how they bring to the tournament. If they bring an almost full team then they can win the cup.

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    <<< Updated squads on the previous page

    Schick, Caldara, Rugani

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    Thats a super strong squad
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    Starts tomorrow! Italy will play Denmark as first on 18 june.

    Talksport.com 20 wonderkids to watch out for in Poland:
    (The order the site displays it) Started with Pickford ended with Pellegrini.

    1. Lorenzo Pellegrini (ITA)
    2. Domenico Berardi (ITA)
    3. Daniele Rugani (ITA)
    4. Gianluigi Donnarumma (ITA)
    5. Nadim Amiri (GER)
    6. Max Meyer (GER)
    7. Serge Gnabry (GER)
    8. Mikel Duelund (DEN)
    9. Marco Asensio (ESP)
    10. Jorge Mere (ESP)
    11. Milos Velkjovic (SER)
    12. Marko Grujic (SER)
    13. Milinkovic-Savic (SER) (Brother from Lazio Milinkovic-Savic, playing for Torino)
    14. Ruben Neves (POR)
    15. Concalo Guedes (POR)
    16. Renato Sanches (POR)
    17. Bartlomiej Dragowski (PL)
    18. Rob Holding (ENG)
    19. Tammy Abraham (ENG)
    20. Jordan Pickford (ENG)

    Theguardian.com 10 Players to watch in Poland:
    Order is the same as on the site. Start with 10 and than to 1, don't know if it is based on quality.

    1. Krystian Bielik (PL)
    2. Laszlo Benes (SLO)
    3. Marcus Ingvartsen (DEN)
    4. Patrick Schick (CZE)
    5. Bruma (POR)
    6. Andrija Zivkovic (SER)
    7. Joel Asoro (SWE)
    8. Gianluigi Donnarumma (ITA)
    9. Sandro Ramirez (ESP)
    10. Serge Gnabry (GER)

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    gotta keep an eye on this Pickford dude. new David Seaman in the making
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    Donnarumma who?! Jordan is where it's at.
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    They forgot to include Saul Niguez and Inaki Williams of spain and Bernadeschi.
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    It's going to be a really interesting tournament.

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    Starting today.

    Euro U-21 - Group A June 16
    18:00 Sweden U21 ? - ? England U21
    20:45 Poland U21 ? - ? Slovakia U21

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    For an under 21 tournament, that's a lot of players older than 21...
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    Marchisio is needed asap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quetzalcoatl View Post
    For an under 21 tournament, that's a lot of players older than 21...
    Thay had to be u21 when the qualifications started so like 2y ago. Or sth like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piotrr View Post
    Thay had to be u21 when the qualifications started so like 2y ago. Or sth like this.
    I know, but doesn't make sense to me. Imo, they should be 21 at oldest by the beginning of the tournament.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quetzalcoatl View Post
    I know, but doesn't make sense to me. Imo, they should be 21 at oldest by the beginning of the tournament.
    But it would make no sense as well, one group of players would gain promotion to the final tournament and the other group of players would play in it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by piotrr View Post
    But it would make no sense as well, one group of players would gain promotion to the final tournament and the other group of players would play in it...
    The teams should plan for the tournament with players who would be 21 at the time of the tournament, so 19 when qualification begins.

    It's probably arbitrary anyway... why 21, or why 23? No real reason I guess. Though I think of these tournaments as supposed to be for up and coming players. 23 isn't exactly young in football terms imo
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    How to say the #U21EURO players' names correctly
    http://www.uefa.com/under21/news/newsid=2477707.html

    Polish looks impossibly hard-edged on paper to English speakers. Tellingly, the letter 'Z' is worth ten points in the English version of the word game Scrabble, and just one in Polish. Key tripping points explained: the accents on 'ą' and 'ę' add a hidden 'n' for English speakers, a 'w' is more like an English 'v' and 'ł' is soft enough to be an English 'w'.


    Pawel Dawidowicz – Pavel Dah-vid-aw-vitch
    Bartłomiej Drągowski – Bart-woh-myay Dron-goff-skee
    Paweł Jaroszyński – Pavel Ya-ro-shin-ski
    Jarosław Jach – Yah-row-swav Yakh
    Bartosz Kapustka – Bar-tosh
    Tomasz Kędziora – Tom-ash Kend-zhoor-a
    Dawid Kownacki – Dah-vid Kov-nats-key
    Jarosław Kubicki – Koo-bits-key
    Igor Łasicki – Wah-sheet-ski
    Łukasz Moneta – Woo-cash
    Jarosław Niezgoda – Yah-row-swav Nyez-go-da
    Krzysztof Piątek – Pee-on-tek
    Mariusz Stępiński – Sten-pin-ski
    Maksymilian Stryjek – Stree-yek
    Przemysław Szymiński – P-sheh-mi-swav Shim-in-ski
    Jakub Wrąbel – Ya-coob Vron-bell

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    Quote Originally Posted by piotrr View Post
    enjoy

    How to say the #U21EURO players' names correctly
    http://www.uefa.com/under21/news/newsid=2477707.html

    Polish looks impossibly hard-edged on paper to English speakers. Tellingly, the letter 'Z' is worth ten points in the English version of the word game Scrabble, and just one in Polish. Key tripping points explained: the accents on 'ą' and 'ę' add a hidden 'n' for English speakers, a 'w' is more like an English 'v' and 'ł' is soft enough to be an English 'w'.


    Pawel Dawidowicz – Pavel Dah-vid-aw-vitch
    Bartłomiej Drągowski – Bart-woh-myay Dron-goff-skee
    Paweł Jaroszyński – Pavel Ya-ro-shin-ski
    Jarosław Jach – Yah-row-swav Yakh
    Bartosz Kapustka – Bar-tosh
    Tomasz Kędziora – Tom-ash Kend-zhoor-a
    Dawid Kownacki – Dah-vid Kov-nats-key
    Jarosław Kubicki – Koo-bits-key
    Igor Łasicki – Wah-sheet-ski
    Łukasz Moneta – Woo-cash
    Jarosław Niezgoda – Yah-row-swav Nyez-go-da
    Krzysztof Piątek – Pee-on-tek
    Mariusz Stępiński – Sten-pin-ski
    Maksymilian Stryjek – Stree-yek
    Przemysław Szymiński – P-sheh-mi-swav Shim-in-ski
    Jakub Wrąbel – Ya-coob Vron-bell
    $#@! all that $#@!. It'll take me a week to get the first 2 right. Why can't you all just have normal names.

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