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Euro 2020 Group J - Greece-Finland (18 November 2019, OAKA, Athens)

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Last qualifying match for EURO 2020. For the Ethniki another “friendly that matters” against an opponent with hopes to qualify.

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Ella Masoura 2 goals!!

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Man, this would have been a meaningful game has Greece got 16 points total and fight for that automatic qualifying against Finland. 😫 😪

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Huge game for Greece in regards to the World Cup as Finland sit 30 overall in Europe and Greece are 31st. Right now Greece would be in pot 4 for the wolf cup qualifying draw which mean 3 potential better teams in our group. If Greece beat Finland today then we leapfrog Finland and end up 30th in Europe which keeps us in pot 3 with only two tougher teams in our group.. Greece need this win badly to make there chances better for the World Cup qualifying campaign.

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Me too, I have nothing but the at most respect for Finland. Your fans waited this for a very long time.

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GREECE

 

1 Vlachodimos(GK)

2 Bakakis

3 Stafylidis(Captain)

14 Bakasetas

15 Galanopoulos

16 Pavlidis

17 Hatzidiakos

18 Limnios

20 Mantalos

21 Kourbelis

22 Giannoulis

 

BENCH

 

12 Paschalakis(GK)

13 Barkas(GK)

4 Lampropoulos

5 Siovas

6 Bouchalakis

7 Tsimikas

8 Mavrias

9 Koulouris

10 Fetfatzidis

11 Donis

19 Masouras

23 Vasiliadis

 

Manager: John van't Schip(NED)

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FINLAND

 

12 Joronen(GK)

4 Toivio(Captain)

5 Vaisanen

6 Kamara

8 Lod

10 Pukki

11 Schuller

15 Vaisanen

17 Skrabb

19 Kauko

22 Raitala

 

BENCH

 

1 Hradecky(GK)

23 Jaakkola(GK)

2 Arajuuri

3 O'Shaughnessy

9 Jensen

13 Soiri

14 Sparv

16 Pirinen

18 Lam

20 Karjalainen

21 Taylor

 

Manager: Markku Kanerva(FIN)

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2 minutes ago, Finlandia said:

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This is a Greek forum. Are you here to troll us?

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Just now, Finlandia said:

No, I'm just excited! I wiss you good game!

Welcome to Phantis! Enjoy the match with us.

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5 minutes ago, Omonoia9 said:

Welcome to Phantis! Enjoy the match with us.

Thank you for beating Bosnia! BIG THANKS! There are lot of finnish people who are grateful!

We dance ZORBAS after that game!

May the best win today!

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Welcome Finlandia, we love to have some Finnish fans here. Finland is traditionally a winter sport/javelin throwing nation, but your football team has been amazing. My favorite Finnish athletes are Tero Pitkamaki and Jari Litmanen. 

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Why does Bakasetas take the corners when he keeps making such poor ones 

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Just now, Alphonse said:

Why does Bakasetas take the corners when he keeps making such poor ones 

A lot is strange about Bakasetas' selection in general. There's something JVS likes about him. I think he shouldn't be anywhere near the NT, let alone get minutes. 

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43 minutes ago, Molon Lave said:

Welcome Finlandia, we love to have some Finnish fans here. Finland is traditionally a winter sport/javelin throwing nation, but your football team has been amazing. My favorite Finnish athletes are Tero Pitkamaki and Jari Litmanen. 

Hockey too. I'm a Flyers fan and my favorite Finnish players were Sami Kapanen and Kimmo Timonen.

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Just now, Omonoia9 said:

Hockey too. I'm a Flyers fan and my favorite Finnish players were Sami Kapanen and Kimmo Timonen.

hahaha I mentioned winter sports 😉 

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Just now, Soprano76 said:

Is that old man gonna wail the whole match? Annoying as hell, what's his problem? 

He’s doing my head in! 

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Just now, Molon Lave said:

hahaha I mentioned winter sports 😉 

I know that covers hockey. I just wanted to get that in there.

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