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Euro 2020: Liechtenstein-Greece(23 March 2019, Rheinpark Stadion, Vaduz)

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The ethniki begin their UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers in the Liechtensteiner capital of Vaduz

 

PAME ETHNIKI!

 

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Reported starting XI 

-------------------Vlaxodimos
Bakakis------Siovas----Risvanis/Kourbelis----Koutris 
--------------------Samaris-----Zeca-----
Donis----------Fortounis----------Masouras/Bakestas 
--------------------Mitro

No real surprises if that's how we line up. Hopefully Masouras gets the nod of Bakestas. The only minor concern I have is if Risvanis does start then we have two slowish center backs playing, I don't know the first thing about Liechtenstein's team but if they have anyone with some pace it could cause us some headaches on the breaks. 
Regardless I'm still confident we'll win and win comfortably. 2 or 3-0 is my bet. 

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43 minutes ago, paokarag4 said:

Reported starting XI 

-------------------Vlaxodimos
Bakakis------Siovas----Risvanis/Kourbelis----Koutris 
--------------------Samaris-----Zeca-----
Donis----------Fortounis----------Masouras/Bakestas 
--------------------Mitro

No real surprises if that's how we line up. Hopefully Masouras gets the nod of Bakestas. The only minor concern I have is if Risvanis does start then we have two slowish center backs playing, I don't know the first thing about Liechtenstein's team but if they have anyone with some pace it could cause us some headaches on the breaks. 
Regardless I'm still confident we'll win and win comfortably. 2 or 3-0 is my bet. 

Do we ever win comfortably against anyone? Vlachodimos in goal? Barkas was the starter for the Nations League qualifiers.

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vlachos gotta be our number 1. best greek keeper rn

hopefully masouras RW. I wish we could just play Chatz/Fetfa as backup.

I actually like Bakasetas as a CAM but never wing. Baka has good technique in a central position. Good through balls and nice power shot but he's like 4th on the list there. Fortounis, Mantalos, Pelkas, Bakasetas CAM in that order.

 

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I didn't write the article file, just stating what I read. Vlachodimos and Paschalakis are apparently the 2 fighting it out for the start. We won't know until an hour before the game which of the 3 it'll be!

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28 minutes ago, paokarag4 said:

I didn't write the article file, just stating what I read. Vlachodimos and Paschalakis are apparently the 2 fighting it out for the start. We won't know until an hour before the game which of the 3 it'll be!

I believe you. Just surprised. Karnezis had the job since 2012, was Barkas last year, but now that Vlachodimos has decided he's Greek(and he is), give him a shot. We have bigger problems if our keeper matters much against Liechtenstein anyway.

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One rumour is that Anastasiadis may play a 3 5 2 with Kourbelis as the CB and Siovas-Risvanis either side and 2 forwards Mitroglou-Koulouris.

Midfielders will be LW Bakakis and RW Koutris and CM Zeca-Samaris and Fortounis the AM.

If this is the case, it will be something new.

 

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23 minutes ago, kbxk508 said:

One rumour is that Anastasiadis may play a 3 5 2 with Kourbelis as the CB and Siovas-Risvanis either side and 2 forwards Mitroglou-Koulouris.

Midfielders will be LW Bakakis and RW Koutris and CM Zeca-Samaris and Fortounis the AM.

If this is the case, it will be something new.

 

like the idea generally. would like Donis though to be in there too though so not sure. 

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These line-ups are what's rumoured

Option 1

3 5 2

(Paschalakis) Vlachodimos

Siovas-Kourbelis-Risvanis

Bakakis-Samaris-Zeca-Koutris

Fortounis

Mitroglou-Koulouris

                 

Option 2

4 2 3 1

(Paschalakis) Vlachodimos

Bakakis-Siovas-Risvanis-Koutris

Samaris-Zeca

Masouras-Fortounis-Donis

Mitroglou

 

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8 minutes ago, kbxk508 said:

These line-ups are what's rumoured

Option 1

3 5 2

(Paschalakis) Vlachodimos

Siovas-Kourbelis-Risvanis

Bakakis-Samaris-Zeca-Koutris

Fortounis

Mitroglou-Koulouris

                 

Option 2

4 2 3 1

(Paschalakis) Vlachodimos

Bakakis-Siovas-Risvanis-Koutris

Samaris-Zeca

Masouras-Fortounis-Donis

Mitroglou

 

I like 2 the most that's what I'd do given the players available.

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46 minutes ago, Pana_For_Life said:

Anyone know any good websites to watch the game online don’t want to pay to watch if possible? Also pame Ellada !!! Kali Arxi !!!

Welcome to the forum. Try jokertvlivestream

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XI GRECIA 🇬🇷: Vlachodimos; Bakakis, Siovas, Kourbelis, Koutris; Zeca, Fortounis, Samaris; Masouras, Mitroglou, Bakasetas. #EURO2020

 

 

really disappointed to see a garbage player like bakasetas start over donis who starts for his bundesliga club. Worst thing would be for him to play decent and then get the start vs Bosnia.

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LIECHTENSTEIN

 

1 Buchel(GK)

3 Goppel

4 Kaufmann

10 Wieser

11 Salanovic

13 Buchel

17 Gubser

18 Hasler

20 Wolfinger

22 Rechsteiner

23 Polverino(Captain)

 

BENCH

 

12 Hobi(GK)

21 Majer(GK)

2 Brandle

6 Malin

7 Ospelt

8 Sele

9 Kuhne

14 Meier

15 Yildiz

16 Eberle

19 Frick

 

Manager: Helgi Kolvidsson(ISL)

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13 minutes ago, nick said:

XI GRECIA 🇬🇷: Vlachodimos; Bakakis, Siovas, Kourbelis, Koutris; Zeca, Fortounis, Samaris; Masouras, Mitroglou, Bakasetas. #EURO2020

 

 

really disappointed to see a garbage player like bakasetas start over donis who starts for his bundesliga club. Worst thing would be for him to play decent and then get the start vs Bosnia.

If he plays decent, wouldn’t that be a good thing? 

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GREECE

 

1 Vlachodimos(GK)

2 Bakakis

5 Siovas

8 Zeca

10 Fortounis

11 Mitroglou(Captain)

14 Bakasetas

16 Masouras

21 Kourbelis

22 Samaris

23 Koutris

 

BENCH

 

12 Paschalakis(GK)

13 Barkas(GK)

3 Valerianos

4 Risvanis

6 Bouchalakis

7 Siopis

9 Koulouris

15 Donis

17 Kolovos

18 Mavrias

19 Papastathopoulos

20 Kolovetsios

 

Manager: Angelos Anastasiadis(GRE)

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WTF...… Are you kidding me Bakashit over Donis are you kidding me??? He choose to go with the guy that is getting booed at by the AEK fans.. I don't get this at all. We have been waiting for Donis to be healthy to be a regular starter and then he doesn't start him...

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This starting lineup is okay (except for Bakasetas). Probably this is the best available eleven (except for Bakasetas again) out of this lot.

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I agree I like the starting line up except for Bakasteas. he choose to start someone out of position instead of an inform winger we've all been waiting for to be healthy and a regular starter for the NT.

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Lineup is fine would be better without Bak. I agree how does he get in over Donis?? Really?

Lets get a dominant win... PA ME ELLAS!!!

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If Bakasetas struggles then he better sub him off at HT.

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Anyone else find it weird that mitroglou wasn’t singing the national anthem and was standing 3 feet away from closest teammate. Already looked disinterested 

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Okay guys... do you see the same game as me? Liechtenstein looks strong while our players try to defend...

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