HomeHome  PortalPortal  RegisterRegister  Log inLog in  

Share | 
 

 2009/10 UEFA Europa League

View previous topic View next topic Go down 
Go to page : 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6  Next
AuthorMessage
Bridge-Bhoy
Curva Nord
Curva Nord


Number of posts : 931
Age : 26
Country and city : Northern Ireland
Laziale since : 2002
Registration date : 2008-08-29

PostSubject: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Thu Jul 02, 2009 8:32 pm

Just thought i would start this topic as today the 1st round qualifier's have kicked off.

From were i come from i have a few teams close by playing today.

Randers FC - Linfield (NI)

Sligo Rovers (Eire) - Vllaznia

Lisburn (NI) - Zestafoni

These three games are on today, 0-0 so far with Linfield arer 30 Mins.

And of course, SS Lazio enter at the play-off Round.

Enjoy...
Back to top Go down
Bridge-Bhoy
Curva Nord
Curva Nord


Number of posts : 931
Age : 26
Country and city : Northern Ireland
Laziale since : 2002
Registration date : 2008-08-29

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Fri Jul 03, 2009 12:07 am

All 3 of the local team's lost.

But talk about complete humiliation for the Scotish Game:

Motherwell 0 - 1 Llanelli

If Motherwell dont over-turn that, then the reputation of the SPL will hit an all time low.

Llanelli didnt even win the Welsh League.
Back to top Go down
Caxi
Son of Maestrelli
Son of Maestrelli


Number of posts : 3884
Age : 27
Country and city : Ireland
Laziale since : 1995
Registration date : 2008-05-23

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Fri Jul 03, 2009 12:54 am

Our local sides got tough draws. I thought Derry City had a chance of going somewhere but even they have a stinking draw.
Back to top Go down
Bridge-Bhoy
Curva Nord
Curva Nord


Number of posts : 931
Age : 26
Country and city : Northern Ireland
Laziale since : 2002
Registration date : 2008-08-29

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Thu Jul 16, 2009 9:45 pm

Skonto Riga 1 - 1 Derry City

Very good result against a decent team at this level.

Motherwell lost 1-0 to an Albanian team (Cant remember the name) away.
Back to top Go down
Caxi
Son of Maestrelli
Son of Maestrelli


Number of posts : 3884
Age : 27
Country and city : Ireland
Laziale since : 1995
Registration date : 2008-05-23

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Thu Jul 16, 2009 10:03 pm

Excellent result for Derry cheers

Ok, they're my team's archrivals but they are my only chance of seeing Lazio without any hassle. Plus, my neighbour's cousin plays for them so it's a nice result for the community.

Hopefully they can take that back to the Brandywell and scrape through.
Back to top Go down
Bridge-Bhoy
Curva Nord
Curva Nord


Number of posts : 931
Age : 26
Country and city : Northern Ireland
Laziale since : 2002
Registration date : 2008-08-29

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Thu Jul 16, 2009 10:09 pm

Now up to St. Pat's against Valletta at home.

A win here which is expected, but you never know, would complete a great week for Irish football in Europe.
Back to top Go down
Bridge-Bhoy
Curva Nord
Curva Nord


Number of posts : 931
Age : 26
Country and city : Northern Ireland
Laziale since : 2002
Registration date : 2008-08-29

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Thu Jul 16, 2009 11:37 pm

Brondby 0-1 Tallinna FC Flora

Definitley the shock of the round.
Back to top Go down
pazke
LFever Team Member
LFever Team Member


Number of posts : 2192
Age : 46
Country and city : Belgio
Laziale since : 1989
Registration date : 2008-05-23

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Fri Jul 17, 2009 2:47 pm

yesterday Naftan v AA Gent 2-1

I live in Gent and hate them (not as much as ASR), because I support a smaller club near Gent, the Sporting Lokeren


todays draw fixed : winner Naftan/AA Gent v ASR*ma

anyway is goes, 1 sh*t team will exit Europa very very very very early
Back to top Go down
Bridge-Bhoy
Curva Nord
Curva Nord


Number of posts : 931
Age : 26
Country and city : Northern Ireland
Laziale since : 2002
Registration date : 2008-08-29

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Fri Jul 17, 2009 2:57 pm

CSKA Sofia - Skonto Riga/Derry City = Extremley difficult tie, should Derry progress.

St Pat's Athletic/Valetta - Kryla Sovetov (Jan Koller's team) = Again very tough.
Back to top Go down
Bobbi
Lazio Eagle
Lazio Eagle


Number of posts : 2371
Age : 27
Country and city : Auckland NZ
Laziale since : 1999
Registration date : 2008-06-21

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Fri Jul 17, 2009 4:02 pm

Bridge-Bhoy wrote:
CSKA Sofia - Skonto Riga/Derry City = Extremley difficult tie, should Derry progress.

That is a difficult tie. Bulgarian stadiums can be very difficult to play in.

CSKA Sofia are a good team - not as good as Levski Sofia though (my home team Very Happy ), but they have a talented squad and some very experienced members. They have also achieved some memorable results in European competition over the last few years so should benefit from that and might progress further than most expect them to.

Even though the 2 teams are each others biggest rivals in Bulgaria (some say the biggest derby in Eastern Europe - don't know how true this is), I still want Bulgarian teams to do well in Europe so will half-heartedly support them - a bit like Caxi supporting Derry City in such a tie..... Very Happy
Back to top Go down
drake1900
Curva Maestrelli
Curva Maestrelli


Number of posts : 383
Age : 31
Country and city : belgio ,malines
Laziale since : since i was 7
Registration date : 2009-06-26

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Fri Jul 17, 2009 4:35 pm

pazke wrote:
yesterday Naftan v AA Gent 2-1

I live in Gent and hate them (not as much as ASR), because I support a smaller club near Gent, the Sporting Lokeren


todays draw fixed : winner Naftan/AA Gent v ASR*ma

anyway is goes, 1 sh*t team will exit Europa very very very very early
hate gent to pazke ,but i hope i can get a ticket and shout gent to the victory!it would be great if as merda loses against such a sh#ttie team!
Back to top Go down
Caxi
Son of Maestrelli
Son of Maestrelli


Number of posts : 3884
Age : 27
Country and city : Ireland
Laziale since : 1995
Registration date : 2008-05-23

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Fri Jul 17, 2009 9:01 pm

Bobbi wrote:
Bridge-Bhoy wrote:
CSKA Sofia - Skonto Riga/Derry City = Extremley difficult tie, should Derry progress.

That is a difficult tie. Bulgarian stadiums can be very difficult to play in.

CSKA Sofia are a good team - not as good as Levski Sofia though (my home team Very Happy ), but they have a talented squad and some very experienced members. They have also achieved some memorable results in European competition over the last few years so should benefit from that and might progress further than most expect them to.

Even though the 2 teams are each others biggest rivals in Bulgaria (some say the biggest derby in Eastern Europe - don't know how true this is), I still want Bulgarian teams to do well in Europe so will half-heartedly support them - a bit like Caxi supporting Derry City in such a tie..... Very Happy

Exactly like me supporting Derry City.

Derry have the European pedigree to at least challenge CSKA but to progress, a goal in Bulgaria is pivotal and that's going to be tough.

Sovetov should have enough for St. Pat's unfortunately...
Back to top Go down
flurffmeister
Curva Maestrelli
Curva Maestrelli


Number of posts : 269
Age : 31
Country and city : Canada/Alberta/Calgary Beirut/Lebanon
Laziale since : 1997
Registration date : 2008-05-22

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Thu Jul 23, 2009 12:47 am

Bridge-Bhoy wrote:
All 3 of the local team's lost.

But talk about complete humiliation for the Scotish Game:

Motherwell 0 - 1 Llanelli

If Motherwell dont over-turn that, then the reputation of the SPL will hit an all time low.

Llanelli didnt even win the Welsh League.
Yeah but the Welsh league is very strong and competitive.
Back to top Go down
Bridge-Bhoy
Curva Nord
Curva Nord


Number of posts : 931
Age : 26
Country and city : Northern Ireland
Laziale since : 2002
Registration date : 2008-08-29

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Thu Jul 23, 2009 1:08 am

flurffmeister wrote:
Bridge-Bhoy wrote:
All 3 of the local team's lost.

But talk about complete humiliation for the Scotish Game:

Motherwell 0 - 1 Llanelli

If Motherwell dont over-turn that, then the reputation of the SPL will hit an all time low.

Llanelli didnt even win the Welsh League.
Yeah but the Welsh league is very strong and competitive.

Your joking, right?
Back to top Go down
flurffmeister
Curva Maestrelli
Curva Maestrelli


Number of posts : 269
Age : 31
Country and city : Canada/Alberta/Calgary Beirut/Lebanon
Laziale since : 1997
Registration date : 2008-05-22

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Thu Jul 23, 2009 1:12 am

Bridge-Bhoy wrote:
flurffmeister wrote:
Bridge-Bhoy wrote:
All 3 of the local team's lost.

But talk about complete humiliation for the Scotish Game:

Motherwell 0 - 1 Llanelli

If Motherwell dont over-turn that, then the reputation of the SPL will hit an all time low.

Llanelli didnt even win the Welsh League.
Yeah but the Welsh league is very strong and competitive.

Your joking, right?
of course.
Back to top Go down
Bridge-Bhoy
Curva Nord
Curva Nord


Number of posts : 931
Age : 26
Country and city : Northern Ireland
Laziale since : 2002
Registration date : 2008-08-29

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Thu Jul 23, 2009 1:16 am

flurffmeister wrote:
Bridge-Bhoy wrote:
flurffmeister wrote:
Bridge-Bhoy wrote:
All 3 of the local team's lost.

But talk about complete humiliation for the Scotish Game:

Motherwell 0 - 1 Llanelli

If Motherwell dont over-turn that, then the reputation of the SPL will hit an all time low.

Llanelli didnt even win the Welsh League.
Yeah but the Welsh league is very strong and competitive.

Your joking, right?
of course.

Haha cool, was just about to use the Rhyl Card cheers
Back to top Go down
Bridge-Bhoy
Curva Nord
Curva Nord


Number of posts : 931
Age : 26
Country and city : Northern Ireland
Laziale since : 2002
Registration date : 2008-08-29

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Thu Jul 23, 2009 8:27 pm

Valletta 0-1 St. Patricks (1-2 on Agg)

Yes, great turn around for St Pat's. Next up Kryla Sovetov in the 3rd round.

Now just up to Derry City to finish the job later on at home to Skonto Riga.
Back to top Go down
Caxi
Son of Maestrelli
Son of Maestrelli


Number of posts : 3884
Age : 27
Country and city : Ireland
Laziale since : 1995
Registration date : 2008-05-23

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Thu Jul 23, 2009 9:03 pm

Nice, professional result from St. Pat's. Shouldn't have found themselves in that position but they did the job. Sovetov will probably be a step too far for them though.

I have high hopes for Derry City; I expect them to win tonight and give CSKA a run for their money in the next round. Still hoping for a Lazio - Derry City tie cheers
Back to top Go down
Sile
LFever Team Member
LFever Team Member


Number of posts : 2737
Age : 33
Country and city : Croatia,Zagreb
Laziale since : '96
Registration date : 2008-05-24

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Thu Jul 23, 2009 10:25 pm

Good result for Slaven Belupo, barely passing Milano Kumanovo on aggregate 14-2 Very Happy

These early rounds always have some entertaining football Very Happy

_________________
"One love, One Lazio SUPER TECH!!!" - mr douglas

Back to top Go down
Caxi
Son of Maestrelli
Son of Maestrelli


Number of posts : 3884
Age : 27
Country and city : Ireland
Laziale since : 1995
Registration date : 2008-05-23

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Thu Jul 23, 2009 11:00 pm

Quality of football doesn't really matter to me; I like goals.

Derry City 1-0 Skonto Riga

To be expected, makes two good results for us tonight. Skonto are no mugs either.
Back to top Go down
Bridge-Bhoy
Curva Nord
Curva Nord


Number of posts : 931
Age : 26
Country and city : Northern Ireland
Laziale since : 2002
Registration date : 2008-08-29

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Fri Jul 24, 2009 1:19 am

Great night for Irish football, goes a long way to making up for Bohemians CL Exit.
Back to top Go down
Caxi
Son of Maestrelli
Son of Maestrelli


Number of posts : 3884
Age : 27
Country and city : Ireland
Laziale since : 1995
Registration date : 2008-05-23

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Fri Jul 24, 2009 1:24 am

Yep.

Anorthosis, Aalborg, Rosenborg and Falkirk all eliminated by minnows. The first three sides would have been a threat to Lazio, the latter must be so embarrassed at losing to Vaduz.
Back to top Go down
Giolazio
LFever Team Member
LFever Team Member


Number of posts : 2665
Age : 32
Country and city : Glasgow, Scozia
Laziale since : 1990
Registration date : 2008-05-23

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Fri Jul 24, 2009 1:35 am

Caxi wrote:
Yep.

Anorthosis, Aalborg, Rosenborg and Falkirk all eliminated by minnows. The first three sides would have been a threat to Lazio, the latter must be so embarrassed at losing to Vaduz.

The only reason Falkirk are in it is because they managed to fluke their way to the final of the Scottish Cup. They are easily the worst team in the league and were all but relegated last season.

_________________
To knog or not to knog......
Back to top Go down
Caxi
Son of Maestrelli
Son of Maestrelli


Number of posts : 3884
Age : 27
Country and city : Ireland
Laziale since : 1995
Registration date : 2008-05-23

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Fri Jul 24, 2009 1:55 am

But come on, the best player in the Vaduz team (by a mile might I add) is Burgmeier who struggled at Darlington! Twisted Evil

I know Falkirk are bad and it was never going to be a classic encounter, but Vaduz are basically part-timers if they aren't actually part-timers.
Back to top Go down
Bobbi
Lazio Eagle
Lazio Eagle


Number of posts : 2371
Age : 27
Country and city : Auckland NZ
Laziale since : 1999
Registration date : 2008-06-21

PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Fri Jul 24, 2009 4:46 pm

Cherno More vs PSV Eindhoven.
CSKA Sofia vs Derry City.

Both Bulgarian teams have a fair chance of progressing but it won't be easy. PSV are surely the favourites in that encounter - but I'm hopeful the sea side team can cause the Dutch problems. Should be a tight affair.


Last edited by Bobbi on Fri Jul 24, 2009 4:57 pm; edited 1 time in total
Back to top Go down
Sponsored content




PostSubject: Re: 2009/10 UEFA Europa League   Today at 7:32 pm

Back to top Go down
 
2009/10 UEFA Europa League
View previous topic View next topic Back to top 
Page 1 of 6Go to page : 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6  Next
 Similar topics
-
» Europa League Draw
» Shamrock Rovers in the Europa League- Good for Ireland?
» Newscatle United/ Weakened sides in Europa League
» Europa League 2015/2016
» Champions League

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
 :: FOOTBALL IN GENERAL :: The Mixed Zone-
Jump to: