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The UEFA U-19 Championship 2009 Final Tournament is to be held in the Ukraine in cities Donetsk and Mariupol from 21 July 2009. Players born after January 1, 1990 are eligible to participate in this competition.

Group A

England
Slovenia
Switzerland
Ukraine

Group B

France
Serbia
Spain
Turkey

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Squad list :

England
Goalkeepers: Jason Steele (Middlesbrough FC), Ben Amos (Manchester United FC).
Defenders: Gavin Hoyte (Arsenal FC), Nathan Baker (Aston Villa FC), Joe Mattock (Leicester City FC), Martin Kelly (Liverpool FC), Kyle Walker (Sheffield United FC), Kieran Trippier (Manchester City FC).
Midfielders: Danny Drinkwater (Manchester United FC), Henri Lansbury (Arsenal FC), Danny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur FC), Matthew James (Manchester United FC), Daniel Gosling (Everton FC), Dean Parrett (Tottenham Hotspur FC).
Forwards: Danny Welbeck (Manchester United FC), Nile Ranger (Newcastle United FC), Nathan Delfouneso (Aston Villa FC), Victor Moses (Crystal Palace FC).

Slovenia
Goalkeepers: Franci Biček (NK Domžale), Matej Radan (NK Maribor).
Defenders: David Jerkovič (NK Triglav Kranj), Boban Jovič (NK Aluminij), Nejc Mevlja (NK Gorica), Anel Omerovič (AC Sparta Praha), Matej Rapnik (NK IB Ljubljana), Alen Vučkič (NK Domžale).
Midfielders: Matic Fink (NK IB Ljubljana), Dejan Lazarevič (Genoa CFC), Miha Mevlja (NK Gorica), Martin Milec (NK Aluminij), Rajko Rep (NK Celje), Haris Vučkič (Newcastle United FC).
Forwards: Leon Črnčič (NK Aluminij), Dejan Dimitrov (NK Triglav Kranj), Armend Sprečo (NK Maribor), Dejan Zadnikar (NK IB Ljubljana)

Switzerland
Goalkeepers: Oliver Klaus (FC Basel 1893), Christopher Meylan (FC Yverdon-Sports)
Defenders: François Affolter (BSC Young Boys), Fabio Daprelà (Grasshopper-Club), Rolf Feltscher (Grasshopper-Club), Raphael Koch (FC Solothurn), Philippe Koch (FC Zürich), Michael Lang (FC St. Gallen)
Midfielders: Amir Abrashi (FC Winterthur), Vullnet Basha (Grasshopper-Club), Bruce Lalombongo (Grasshopper-Club), Alexandre Pasche (BSC Young Boys), Daniel Unal (FC Basel 1893), Alain Wiss (FC Luzern), Sébastien Wüthrich (Neuchâtel Xamax FC)
Forwards: Admir Mehmedi (FC Zürich), Orhan Mustafi (FC Basel 1893), Marco Schönbächler (FC Zürich)

Ukraine

Group B

France
Goalkeepers: Abdoulaye Keita (FC Girondins de Bordeaux), Rémi Pillot (AS Nancy-Lorraine).
Defenders: Sébastien Corchia (Le Mans UC 72), Abdel El Kaoutari (Montpellier Hérault SC), Tripy Makonda (Paris Saint-Germain FC), Alfred N'Diaye (AS Nancy-Lorraine), Mickaël Nelson (Montpellier Hérault SC) Mathieu Peybernes (FC Sochaux-Montbéliard), Mamadou Sakho (Paris Saint-Germain FC).
Midfielders: Ryad Boudebouz (FC Sochaux-Montbéliard), Yacine Brahimi (Stade Rennais FC), Frédéric Bulot (AS Monaco FC), Josua Guilavogui (AS Saint-Etienne), Yann M'Vila (Stade Rennais FC), Maxime Partouche (Paris Saint-Germain FC).
Forwards: Magaye Gueye (RC Strasbourg), Damien Le Tallec (Stade Rennais FC), Emmanuel Rivière (AS Saint-Etienne).

Serbia
Goalkeepers: Nikola Matek (OFK Beograd), Aleksandar Kirovski (FK Zemun).
Defenders: Gojko Ivković (FC Viking Stavanger), Miloš Cvetković (FK Zemun), Milan Milanović (FC Lokotomiv Moskva), Aleksandar Miljković (FK Teleoptik), Filip Pjević (OFK Beograd), Dejan Blagojević (FK Zemun), Nemanja Crnoglavac (FK Zemun).
Midfielders: Adem Ljajić (FK Partizan), Filip Djuričić (FC Herenveen), Mihajlo Cakić (FK Zemun), Uroš Matić (MFK Košice), Milan Pršo (FK Rad), Slobodan Medojević (FK Vojvodina).
Forwards: Danijel Aleksić (FK Vojvodina), Nemanja Milić (OFK Beograd), Milan Bubalo (FK Indjija).

Spain

Turkey
Goalkeepers: Metin Uçar (Gençlerbirliği SK), Emirhan Ergün (Galatasaray SK), Bayram Olgun (MKE Ankaragücü).
Defenders: Özgür Çek (Ankaraspor AŞ), Fatih Serkan Kurtuluş (Galatasaray SK), Murat Akça (Galatasaray SK), Çetin Güngör (Galatasaray SK), Sinan Osmanoğlu (Galatasaray SK), Serdar Aziz (Bursaspor), Rıdvan Şimşek (Beşiktaş JK).
Midfielders: Furkan Özçal (Kayserispor), Soner Aydoğdu (Gençlerbirliği SK), Eren Albayrak (Bursaspor), Umut Sözen (Ankaraspor AŞ), Necip Uysal (Beşiktas JK), Uğur Parlak (Dardanelspor SK).
Forwards: Sercan Yıldırım (Bursaspor), Tunay Torun (Hamburger SV), Onur Ayık (Werder Bremen).
 

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too bad Slovenia couldn't bring their Inter Milan players...looks like both teams I will support are in Group A :wallbang: :pp
 

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First day schedule :

21/07/09 16H00 Grp A England - Switzerland Metalurg, Donetsk, (UKR)
21/07/09 17h00 Grp B France - Serbia Zapadnji, Mariupol, (UKR)
21/07/09 18H00 Grp A Ukraine - Slovenia RSC Olympiyskiy Stadium, Donetsk, (UKR)
21/07/09 19H30 Grp B Turkey - Spain Illychivets, Mariupol, (UKR)
 

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Serbia

Goalkeepers: Nikola Matek (OFK Beograd), Aleksandar Kirovski (FK Zemun).

Defenders: Gojko Ivković (FC Viking Stavanger), Miloš Cvetković (FK Zemun), Milan Milanović (FC Lokotomiv Moskva), Aleksandar Miljković (FK Teleoptik), Filip Pjević (OFK Beograd), Dejan Blagojević (FK Zemun), Nemanja Crnoglavac (FK Zemun).

Midfielders: Adem Ljajić (FK Partizan), Filip Đuričić (FC Heerenveen), Mihajlo Cakić (FK Zemun), Uroš Matić (MFK Košice), Milan Pršo (FK Rad), Slobodan Medojević (FK Vojvodina).

Forwards: Danijel Aleksić (FK Vojvodina), Nemanja Milić (OFK Beograd), Milan Bubalo (FK Inđija).

You got the Serbia-squad all wrong, Fk :D

Serbia are going to this tournament without 7-8 players who could've made the starting eleven while four keyplayers won't be participating; Krstičić, Lazović and Savić are out with injuries, Stevanović wanted to do the pre-season with Schalke instead of going to this tournament while Ignjovski is suspended for three games. Spasojević, Joksimović and Kojić are three other players who didn't make it because of various injuries.

The only positive thing is that Filip Đuričić, born in 1992, an incredibly talented playmaker, is going to participate in this tournament, but he's still very young and unproven. Shame as this generation could've easily have coped with Spain, France and Turkey if they had all their players available.
 

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Thanks for pointing out my mistake, zoric.:) I could not find Spain and Ukraine list by the way.

PSG won't let's Sakho going to this tournament, i have heard. Really sad. Damien Le Tallec will have to shine if he wants to find a decent club otherwise he will do like his brother.
 

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Spain

Goalkeepers: David de Gea (Atlético de Madrid) and Diego Mariño (Villarreal C.F.)

Defenders: Nacho (Real Madrid C.F.), Morgado (Real Sociedad), Mario Gaspar, Jorge Pulido (Atlético de Madrid) and Rochela (Deportivo de La Coruña).

Midfielders: Fran Mérida (Arsenal), Sielva (R.C.D. Espanyol), Iago Falqué (Juventus), Marcos Alonso (Real Madrid C.F.), Sergio Canales (R. Racing de Santander), Jordi Pablo (Villarreal C.F.), Oriol and Thiago (F.C. Barcelona)

Strikers: Joselu (R.C. Celta), Raúl Ruiz (Hércules C.F.) and Dani Aquino (Real Murcia).

Missing players: Ignacio Camacho, the captain of this side is injured and Fran Mérida will be suspended for the first game because he picked up a red card in the qualifiers.
 

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Huge thanks to Spain for not picking Dani Pacheco, he has been amazing the the last 2 games. The kid is an incredible talent.

PS- Thanks to Barca too.
 

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Huge thanks to Spain for not picking Dani Pacheco, he has been amazing the the last 2 games. The kid is an incredible talent.

PS- Thanks to Barca too.
It's crazy to think that Barca could have had Bojan Krkic and Gerard Pique in their lineup as well.
Of course Pacheco and German Pacheco who scored 2 hat tricks in 2 games against Real Madrid's youth! Not to mention lago and Thiago ;)

Zoric must love him ;)
 

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Piqué is born 1987, he's three years too old for this competition.

Germán Pacheco plays for Atléti and Argentina's U20's.

Dani on the other hand haven't been playing much for the spanish youth NT's since Santisteban left him out of the squad for the U17 Euros in Turkey last year.
 

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This De Gea guy seems like a real screw-up. Yet another misstake in this match, this one leading to goal for Serbia, the one against Turkey was even worse but the Gods were on his side that time.

Is he really the biggest future prospect for goalkeepers in Spain with Asenjo? Can't believe that there isn't anyone better than him...
 

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Man, de Gea is looking really out of form, he never makes those misstakes with Atlético. Gotta thank him for it though, Serbia needed it, but it's a shame that we can't field our best team with 8 players out.
 

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Piqué is born 1987, he's three years too old for this competition.

Germán Pacheco plays for Atléti and Argentina's U20's.

Dani on the other hand haven't been playing much for the spanish youth NT's since Santisteban left him out of the squad for the U17 Euros in Turkey last year.
Thanks for the correction have no idea what I was thinking lol
 

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Final 2-1 for Serbia.

Here is what the group looks like now

1. Serbia 4 points
2. Spain 3 points
3 France 2 points
4. Turkey 1 point

It's funny though because it should be the exact opposite.

Turkey were favorites of this group and France/Spain were sort of equal.

Serbia are missing 8 players including 5 starters so they should have had 0 points lol

Anyhow, the tide can still turn and we could still not qualify so here's to an exciting group!
 

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Great win for Serbia, especially since they had so many players out.

Very happy for Milan Milanović :proud:
 

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