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

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1 minute ago, Ellada2004 said:

The ball movement has been very good.were unlucky not to have 4 or 5 goals 

Not unlucky....just not good enough

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Liechtenstein 0-2 Greece   FT

 

:gogreece::gogreece::gogreece:

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With a couple lineup changes I like our chances against Bosnia. 

Will be a close tough match though.

Donis needs to be starting clearly.  

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Bosnia 2-1 Armenia (good Armenia scored)

Italy 2-0 Finland 

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If Sokratis is good to go we will beat the Bosnians 

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Just now, J1078 said:

Bosnia 2-1 Armenia (good Armenia scored)

Italy 2-0 Finland 

Bosnia can be had at the back..

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Donis should be the first name on the game sheet every game. Dangerous from anywhere. Masouras was wasteful with his chances but has some serious potential. Samaris and zeca played well especially samaris. Fortounis also had some very nice moments. Bakasetas and kolovos are both train wrecks. 

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Samaris seems to be playing much better and a solid showing from Siovas and Kourbelis. The real test is coming against Bosnia though

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Dominant performance today, going forward we looked more organized and not disjointed with no plan as we saw under Skibbe. Score should have been 4 nil 

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Sokratis has to play in the Bosnia game. His presence is a plus.

Greece needs to keep the ball moving on offense.

If Mitro is not 100 percent then he should sit. No point in playing for 10 minutes then coming off. If I recall this has happened before.

 

Good luck to Greece in Game 2.

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Yeah Kolovos has proven he is not good enough. Very weak aswell. I’d rather Mavrias be given a chance next. Masouras is a good player he can score it’s just today it didn’t go in for him. Donis should obviously be starting. Should start on the wing if Mitro is healthy. 

Siovas and Kourbelis did really well at the back. There passing seemed better than Sokratis and Manolas but the latter are better. 

Samaris still likes to play back passes. He did try and get involved in attack which was relieving to see. He should’ve done bettterin the 1st half to score. 

Bakakis and Bakasetas not good enough. 

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4 minutes ago, La Mendel said:

Who was worse, Bakasetas or Kolovos?

Both equally but if I would rather Kolovos as he is more agile.

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Greece U19 beat England 2-1! 

England are trash!!

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Greece dominated this game well done. Siovas was great love this guy. Fortounis is a player with offensive class. Donis comes in and scores a stunning goal, Masouras delivered a nice ball to him and he had chances to get a goal himself.

Lichenstein are the Canada of the group and when they come back to Greece we have to put 5 goals on the board.

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You guys can't keep saying that we were "unlucky" when we have consistently shown ourselves to be unable to finish and put multiple goals past teams... 

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15 minutes ago, Dean97 said:

Both equally but if I would rather Kolovos as he is more agile.

Bakasetas ruined so many attacks. He cant control the ball, cant hit the target, and couldn't make a simple pass. 

I cant understand why he gets in the lineup, he is the new Tziolis.

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21 minutes ago, jarvis1981 said:

Sokratis has to play in the Bosnia game. His presence is a plus.

Greece needs to keep the ball moving on offense.

If Mitro is not 100 percent then he should sit. No point in playing for 10 minutes then coming off. If I recall this has happened before.

 

Good luck to Greece in Game 2.

I cant see Sokratis missing a huge game vs Bosnia. I think had we played Bosnia or Italy today he would have been in the lineup.

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Was impressed by Siovas/Kourbelis - not so much for their defending bc they didn't have much to defend (did their job when they had to) but their ability to bring the ball up and their passing was good.  Masouras wasted so many chances but he's fast and got to the ball, eventually they will fall in.  Bakesetas took one shot from far out and you could see the coach cursing at him. Overall, Greece did what they had to, Masouras/Donis on the wings give us potential to counter.  You will be able to see their potential more with teams that attack.  The one time we countered, they were so quick out there and brought the ball down the pitch so fast (we didn't score but still, you can see the potential).

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43 minutes ago, La Mendel said:

Who was worse, Bakasetas or Kolovos?

Bakasetas of course, and by God he better not play one single minute on the field again. 

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