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Offline pat51

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #20 on: May 20, 2008, 07:41:28 PM »
England 1 France 3 ......again.....France - Germany final on Friday.

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #21 on: May 20, 2008, 08:48:02 PM »
c'est bien les petites  ;D

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #22 on: May 20, 2008, 09:53:23 PM »
Oh shame  :( I guess I'll still watch it anyway, see if France can beat Germany!

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #23 on: May 20, 2008, 11:32:19 PM »
A Friend who attended the game said Germany trashed Denmark and where far better than France and England
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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #24 on: May 21, 2008, 10:55:34 AM »
And there I was thinking we were closing the gap on the germans with our up and coming youth

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #25 on: May 21, 2008, 11:28:23 AM »
And there I was thinking we were closing the gap on the germans with our up and coming youth
I think the generation between 18 and 23 has a lot of talented players

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #26 on: June 01, 2008, 11:53:04 PM »
FIFA U17 World Cup Draw
01/06/2008 
 
The draw for the inaugural FIFA Women's U17 World Cup Finals was made in New Zealand today, England drawn into Wellington-based Group D, alongside Brazil, South Korea and the winners of the African U17 Championship, which will be Cameroon, Ghana or Nigeria.

England begin against Brazil on October 30th, then meet African opposition on November 2nd, again in Wellington and South Korea three days later in Auckland.

Hosts, New Zealand are in Group A, with Denmark, Colombia and CONCACAF A qualifiers.

Germany and North Korea will provide stiff opposition in Group B, for African and CONCACAF qualifiers.

Group C will be made up of France, Japan and Paraguay, plus the CONCACAF qualifying competition winners.

The finals begin on October 28th 2008, running through to November 16th.

Group A: New Zealand, CONCACAF A, Denmark, Colombia,
Group B: CONCACAF B, Germany, North Korea. CAF B
Group C: Japan, CONCACAF 1, France, Paraguay.
Group D: Brazil, England, South Korea, CAF A.
 
http://www.fgmag.com/news/index.php?&newsmode=FULL&nid=5112

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England Under-17 in Euro qualification
« Reply #27 on: September 05, 2008, 06:01:26 PM »
England's Under-17s are off to Estonia to play in the first round of qualification for their 2009 European Cup championship.

They are due to play Norway on September 24 at 15.00 in the Kuusalu Stadium in Finland.  Other teams in the same group are Estonia and Greece, so it's logical to think England will play those teams as well.

The FA web-site sometimes has information about the U-17 girls, so it might be worth keeping an eye on it in case they do mention this event. 

This information came from Norway: http://www.fotball.no/t2.aspx?p=53180&cat=51835&x=1&a=233155
« Last Edit: September 05, 2008, 06:06:15 PM by Alan »
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Re: England Under-17 in Euro qualification
« Reply #28 on: September 05, 2008, 06:12:21 PM »
England's Under-17s are off to Estonia to play in the first round of qualification for their 2009 European Cup championship.

They are due to play Norway on September 24 at 15.00 in the Kuusalu Stadium in Finland.  Other teams in the same group are Estonia and Greece, so it's logical to think England will play those teams as well.

The FA web-site sometimes has information about the U-17 girls, so it might be worth keeping an eye on it in case they do mention this event. 

This information came from Norway: http://www.fotball.no/t2.aspx?p=53180&cat=51835&x=1&a=233155

http://www.fff.fr/selections/fem16ans/actualite/414004.shtml posted on the FFF website 22/12/07  ;)

Those are all the qualification groups : England are in Group 10

Groupe 1

    * Belgique
    * Danemark
    * Kazakhstan
    * Géorgie


Groupe 2

    * Italie
    * France
    * Azerbaïdjan
    * Islande


Groupe 3

    * Hongrie
    * Ukraine
    * Moldavie
    * Lituanie


Groupe 4

    * Pologne
    * République Tchèque
    * Macédoine
    * Lettonie


Groupe 5

    * République d'Irlande
    * Pays-Bas
    * Turquie
    * Iles Féroé


Groupe 6

    * Finlande
    * Allemagne
    * Bulgarie
    * Serbie


Groupe 7

    * Russie
    * Suède
    * Slovénie
    * Arménie


Groupe 8

    * Suisse
    * Ecosse
    * Bélarus
    * Israël


Groupe 9

    * Pays de Galles
    * Espagne
    * Roumanie
    * Croatie


Groupe 10

    * Norvège
  * Angleterre
    * Estonie
    * Grèce


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World Cup
« Reply #29 on: October 03, 2008, 11:58:42 AM »
The world Cup is now 25 days away and playerd according to the regulations must be released by clubs 14 days before the start of the tournament. Funnily enough the release date coincide with the end of the UEFA Cup 2nd group stage.
England should be able to reach the semi-final if the best players are selected ie not withdrawn from this tournament to play in the U20 ones.

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #30 on: October 08, 2008, 10:50:13 AM »
Lois Fidler has named her England squad for the FIFA U17 Women's World Cup, which gets underway at the end of October.

England have been drawn in Group D alongside Brazil, Nigeria and South Korea and will go into the World Cup off the back of two impressive victories in the First Round Qualifying of the UEFA Women's U17 European Championship.

The majority of the World Cup squad were involved in these qualifyng matches against Greece, Estonia and Norway and will look to build on this campaign in New Zealand.

England begin their World Cup campaign against Brazil on 30 October, followed by Nigeria on 2 November and Korea Republic on 5 November.

England U17 Squad:
Gemma Bonner - Leeds Carnegie
Lucy Bronze - Sunderland
Lauren Bruton - Arsenal
Amy Carr - Reading
Danielle Carter - Leyton Orient
Naomi Chadwick - Doncaster Rovers Belles
Isobel Christiansen - Everton
Rachel Daly - Leeds Carnegie
Lauren Davey - Watford
Juliana Draycott - Leeds Carnegie
Paige Eli - West Riding CFA
Jessica Holbrook - Everton
Jodi Jacobs - Chelsea
Rebecca Jane - Chelsea
Kirsty Linnett - Leicester City
Stephanie Marsh - Everton
Jordan Nobbs - Sunderland
Rachel Pitman - Arsenal
Jemma Rose - Plymouth Argyle
Lucy Staniforth - Sunderland
Sarah Wiltshire - Watford

http://www.fgmag.com/news/index.php?&newsmode=FULL&nid=5570

There are 3 Arsenal players who I thought were good enough to be there quite shocking to see they have been overlooked.
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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #31 on: October 30, 2008, 02:09:04 PM »
'A great experience'
Wednesday, 29 October 2008.

Brazil v England
FIFA Women's U17 World Cup
12 midnight (GMT), Wednesday 29 October 2008
Wellington, New Zealand

A veteran of 44 international caps, England goalkeeper David James believes participation in the FIFA Women's U17 and U20 World Cups will be of huge benefit to the England teams of the future.

Lois Fidler's U17 side will begin their World Cup campaign against Brazil on Thursday, whilst Mo Marley is currently preparing her charges for the U20 World Cup in Chile in November.

Having been involved in the game for over 20 years, and having travelled to four separate tournaments with England, James knows how valuable tournament football can be in the development of young players.

"If these girls eventually get the opportunity to represent England at U23 or Senior level, then [the World Cup] will be a great experience for them," he said, "especially for the U17 girls; travelling to New Zealand will be a real eye-opener."

James is also of the opinion that two competitive World Cups will help with the development not only of individual nations, but the Women's game on a global scale.

"As much as you want to win, you don't want to waltz games 5-0 or 6-0.

"In one way, it'd be nice for England to be the dominant force but for the [Women's] game to develop properly, it needs a lot of nations to grow together. That's starting to occur now - and at a younger age group as well - which is good."

The recent success of Hope Powell's Senior side also gives James cause for optimism, as the Women's game in England continues to go from strength to strength.

"The Women's [2007] World Cup matches being shown on terrestrial television is unbelievable and to have that sort of coverage coupled with [participation in] the U17 and U20 World Cups shows that there is definite growth in that area.

So, will James be lending his support to Fidler's young side? "Oh yeah! I'm an England fan, so I'll be supporting the girls and hopefully we're going to do well."

http://www.thefa.com/Womens/EnglandU17/NewsAndFeatures/Postings/2008/10/U17sWC_DavidJames.htm

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #32 on: October 30, 2008, 04:46:28 PM »
is 3-0 good enuff 4 u Jamesy, England men couldnt manage that :P

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Brazil 0 England 3
« Reply #33 on: October 30, 2008, 10:23:27 PM »
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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #34 on: October 30, 2008, 10:29:06 PM »
FIFA.com shows highlight of all the games.
The overall technical level is good, some defense are naive like Paraguay or Denmark and there are loads of crossbar and post hits in all the games with keepers looking small in general.

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #35 on: October 30, 2008, 10:34:27 PM »
Eurosport are covering the championships. They are showing a repeat of the match tomorrow.
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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #36 on: October 30, 2008, 10:46:07 PM »
I also noted referees are also up for it, foul play is not tolerated with red and yellow card dished as it should be.
Watch the France Paraguay highlight the Paraguaying player tries to take out the French girl misses her, the goal is scored and the player is off. Yellow card would likely in the premier league.

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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #37 on: November 01, 2008, 10:26:10 PM »
I am so glad they are being called Lions now, because that is what they are.  If anyone had any doubts about it, the 3-0 win over Brazil should put that right :) 
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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #38 on: November 02, 2008, 01:54:46 AM »
England beat Nigeria 1-0 goal by Holbrook.
The game stats are crazy:
Nigeria had 62% possession 11 corners to 0 , 20 shots to 2 and England wins it.
England need a point in the last game otherwise it could end up in a 3 way tie at 6 points.

Here are the ranking criteria :

a) most points
b) goal difference
c) goal scored

d) most points scored in head to head games
e) goal difference in head to head games
f) goal scored in head to head games
g) fair play ranking
i) draw by Fifa
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Re: England Under-17
« Reply #39 on: November 02, 2008, 08:12:07 AM »
I'm hoping it will be on Eurosport later.
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