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View Poll Results: Which two will qualify
Austria 5 5.26%
Croatia 76 80.00%
Germany 78 82.11%
Poland 26 27.37%
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post #1 of 84 (permalink) Old December 2nd, 2007, 12:19 Thread Starter
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Gruop B

1. Austria
2. Croatia
3. Germany
4. Poland

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08/06 | Vienna | 18:00 | Austria v Croatia

08/06 | Klagenfurt | 20:45 | Germany v Poland

12/06 | Klagenfurt | 18:00 | Croatia v Germany

12/06 | Vienna | 20:45 |Austria v Poland

16/06 | Vienna | 20:45 |Austria v Germany

16/06 | Klagenfurt | 20:45 Poland v Croatia
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post #2 of 84 (permalink) Old December 2nd, 2007, 12:21 Thread Starter
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I'm satisfied with this group, It won't be easy but there are tougher groups!
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post #3 of 84 (permalink) Old December 2nd, 2007, 12:24
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Croaita and Germany, even though Croatia is the only good team of this group

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post #5 of 84 (permalink) Old December 2nd, 2007, 13:00
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post #6 of 84 (permalink) Old December 2nd, 2007, 13:16
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I want Poland and Croatia

but I think last matche between this nations will be fight for second place.
Austria has nothing to say.
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post #7 of 84 (permalink) Old December 2nd, 2007, 13:22
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Hard to say, cuz Im rooting for Poland ofcourse. So Im just gona vote for Poland. Its a possiblity if their lucky. They did get first place in their qualif. group. Maybe 2nd this time.
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post #8 of 84 (permalink) Old December 2nd, 2007, 13:24
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Austria has something to say in this group.
Its not that Austria has the best time, but croatia and poland are not invincible...
Atleast we have the crowd behind us and our team, if everyone plays , like Pogatetz (Boro), Stranzl (Spartak Moskau), Ivanschitz (Panathinaikos), Harnik (W. Bremen), Linz (Sporting Braga) is not that bad...
There are a few youngsters like Leitgeb, Kavlak or Prödl which are wonderful prospects and could be one of the sensations of the euro...

austria is not that bad and at home everything is possible...
but it looks like croatia and germany to be the top2 but i hope for austria and croatia

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post #9 of 84 (permalink) Old December 2nd, 2007, 13:29
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Ya good luck to Austria"Österreich", everyone one wants them but they do have home adv. and they do want to surprise...especially againts Germany.
I hope they get a chance to do well against Germany, especialy if no one else can perhaps.
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Home advantage vs. Cro and Pol fans? I don't think so
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post #11 of 84 (permalink) Old December 2nd, 2007, 13:32 Thread Starter
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Atleast we have the crowd behind us
Croatian fans will make Vienna and Klagenfurt thier "home" ...believe me. Lots of Croats in Austria allready not to mention in neighbouring Switzerland and Germany, and the ones living in Croatia just have to cross tiny Slovenia to get there

Just watch this, unbelievable atmosphere in Germany.

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Actually this group WILL have great fan support. Maybe more than any other, in the teams combined.
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come on mighty austria.
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Croatian fans will make Vienna and Klagenfurt thier "home" ...believe me. Lots of Croats in Austria allready not to mention in neighbouring Switzerland and Germany, and the ones living in Croatia just have to cross tiny Slovenia to get there

Just watch this, unbelievable atmosphere in Germany.

i know that lots of croatians are here (same goes for turkey) but we should definitely be more

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i know that lots of croatians are here (same goes for turkey) but we should definitely be more
wait until an invasion of cros from croatia but also from germany, switzerland and all over europe and world occurs
boyo for a couple of weeks there will be more croatian speaking people in klagenfurt than the german one

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Klagenfurt is 1h away from Croatia, i expect at least 60-70k ppl in city at the match day
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Germany needs to be as poor as the last time not to get through.

As for the rest, Poland and Austria are hard to see as more impressive than Croatia but still everything can happen since the mentality of the latter could also get them down.
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Im quite happy with the draw, at least there's a chance to qualify for the next round.
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post #19 of 84 (permalink) Old December 2nd, 2007, 13:57
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This is one of those groups where every team is happy with the draw.

In terms of Croatian support I think there will be many fans in Vienna and Klagenfurt for the matches but they will not all have tickets so it won't mean much in the stadium (especially against Austria).

I'd like to see Croatia and Austra or Poland as second. I can't decide between the two. :smileani:
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post #20 of 84 (permalink) Old December 2nd, 2007, 14:00
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It won't matter vs Austria... both countries gets same amount of tickets, all depends who will get more of those "neutral" tickets
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