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Draw for the first qualifying round of the 2003 European Under-19 soccer championships made on Thursday:

Group 1

1. Italy

2. Armenia

3. Lithuania

4. Slovakia

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Group 2

1. Poland

2. Belarus

3. Sweden

4. Croatia

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Group 3

1. Romania

2. Moldova

3. Macedonia

4. England

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Group 4

1. Finland

2. Latvia

3. Turkey

4. Netherlands

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Group 5

1. Israel

2. Azerbaijan

3. San Marino

4. Germany

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Group 6

1. Switzerland

2. Bulgaria

3. Estonia

4. Denmark

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Group 7

1. Norway

2. Malta

3. Cyprus

4. Bosnia

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Group 8

1. Belgium

2. Georgia

3. Faroe Islands

4. Ukraine

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Group 9

1. France

2. Luxembourg

3. Albania

4. Russia

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Group 10

1. Yugoslavia

2. Iceland

3. Slovenia

4. Scotland

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Group 11

1. Northern Ireland

2. Andorra

3. Wales

4. Hungary

NOTE: The winner and runner-up from each group will qualify for the second qualifying round, made up of seven groups of four teams. The seven group winners from this will qualify for the Final Tournament.

Teams with a bye to the second round are:

Czech Republic, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Austria and Greece

Liechenstein automatically qualify for the Final Tournament as hosts
 

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Jose luis pirri said:
Liechenstein automatically qualify for the Final Tournament as hosts

:wth: :howler:


And on a serious note, i have no idea who the main players in our NT are. Maybe i should ask Liebero. :)
 

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U-19? Probably Reuven Oved, Yaniv Ben Nissan, Zeev Haimovich, Klil Knaani, Rubil Sarsur, and all of them former U-17 players.
 

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Wasn't sure where to put it, but England's youth team have asked to play a friendly game with Israel. the possible date is April 20th and the probable venue is Wolves' stadium.
 

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Israel's Olympic NT drew 2:2 with CSKA Moscow, goals by Yaniv Katan (penalty) and Hanan Fadida.
 
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