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  • World Cup 2009 (Under-20)

    Group A

    September 24

    Egypt 4 - 1 Trinidad & Tobago

    September 25

    Paraguay 0 - 0 Italy

    Group B

    September 25

    Nigeria 0 - 1 Venezuela

    Spain 8 - 0 Tahiti

    Group C

    September 26

    U.S.A. 0 - 3 Germany
    Semih Aydilek, Florian Jungwirth and Manuel Schaeffler

    Cameroon 2 - 0 Korea Republic

    Group D

    September 26

    Ghana 2 - 1 Uzbekistan

    England 0 - 1 Uruguay

    Group E

    September 27

    Brazil 5 - 0 Costa Rica

    Czech Republic 2 - 1 Australia


    Group F

    September 27

    U.A.E. 2 - 2 South Africa

    Honduras 3 - 0 Hungary
    Last edited by Snake; 28-09-2009, 08:04.

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    Germany's Under 20 World Cup team:

    Keepers
    12 Tom Mickel 19.04.1989 Hamburger SV 3 -
    21 Sebastian Mielitz 18.07.1989 Werder Bremen 2 -
    1 Ron-Robert Zieler 12.02.1989 Manchester United 2 -

    Defence
    Patrick Funk 11.02.1990 VfB Stuttgart 1 -
    2 Sebastian Jung 22.06.1990 Eintracht Frankfurt 2 -
    4 Florian Jungwirth 27.01.1989 TSV 1860 München 2 2
    Cihan Kaptan 04.03.1989 Bursaspor 1 -
    Björn Kopplin 07.01.1989 Bayern München 1 -
    20 Maik Rodenberg 29.01.1989 Arminia Bielefeld 3 -
    19 Kai-Fabian Schulz 12.03.1990 Hamburger SV 1 -
    3 David Vrzogic 10.08.1989 Borussia Dortmund 2 -

    Midfield
    15 Semih Aydilek 16.01.1989 Kayserispor 2 1
    5 Lars Bender 27.04.1989 Bayer Leverkusen 2 1
    10 Lewis Holtby 18.09.1990 FC Schalke 04 2 -
    7 Timo Perthel 11.02.1989 Werder Bremen 3 1
    8 Mario Vrancic 23.05.1989 Rot Weiss Ahlen 2 1

    Attack
    Tobias Kempe 27.06.1989 Werder Bremen 3 1
    11 Manuel Schäffler 06.02.1989 TSV 1860 München 4 2
    14 Dani Schahin 09.07.1989 SpVgg Greuther Fürth 5 3
    9 Richard Sukuta-Pasu 24.06.1990 Bayer Leverkusen 2 -

    Trainer
    Horst Hrubesch

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    • #3
      Are these the qualifying games or the turnament?

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      • #4
        Tournament of course. How can USA v Germany be a qualifier?

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        • #5
          Good point

          So what are te chances of Germany winning it?

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          • #6
            100%

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            • #7
              ....100%??? U forgot that theres Brazil, they are favourites.

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              • #8
                Group A

                September 28

                Italy 2 - 1 Trinidad & Tobago

                Egypt 1 - 2 Paraguay


                Group B

                September 28

                Nigeria 0 - 2 Spain

                Tahiti 0 - 8 Venezuela

                Group C

                September 29

                Korea Republic 1 - 1 Germany
                33' [0 - 1] R. Sukuta-Pasu
                71' [1 - 1] K.M. Woo

                U.S.A. 4 - 1 Cameroon

                Group D

                September 29

                Uruguay 3 - 0 Uzbekistan

                Ghana 4 - 0 England

                Group E

                September 30

                Australia 0 - 3 Costa Rica

                Brazil 0 - 0 Czech Republic

                Group F

                September 30

                Hungary 4 - 0 South Africa

                U.A.E. 1 - 0 Honduras
                Last edited by Snake; 02-10-2009, 20:25.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by __-SNAKE-__ View Post
                  ....100%??? U forgot that theres Brazil, they are favourites.
                  Sorry man i don't actually know a better team than Deutschland so there is no way that any other team is going to win this one and by the way i didn't knew that Brasil are even qualified LOL

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                  • #10
                    Well you can forget Germany winning this, not with such a pitiful performance against South Korea, well even though that Germany is the only team you know, dont assume they are goin to run away with the cup that easily. The team is lacking Thomas Muller and Holger Badstuber.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by __-SNAKE-__ View Post
                      Well you can forget Germany winning this, not with such a pitiful performance against South Korea, well even though that Germany is the only team you know, dont assume they are goin to run away with the cup that easily. The team is lacking Thomas Muller and Holger Badstuber.
                      and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
                      and Denis Diekmeier
                      and Christoph Moritz
                      and Christopher Schorch
                      and Phillip Bargfrede
                      and Julian Schieber
                      and Sascha Burchert
                      and Ilkay Gündogan
                      and Toni Kroos
                      and Stefan Reinartz
                      and Bastian Oczipka
                      and Andre Schürrle
                      and Timo Gebhart
                      and Denis Naki
                      and Sebastian Rudy
                      and Konstantin Rausch
                      and Marcel Risse
                      and Kevin Pezzoni
                      and Sebastian Rode
                      and Savio Nsereko
                      and Marcel Esswein
                      and Sven Bender

                      All players that were invited but their clubs refused to let them go.

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                      • #12
                        Point taken Dragon

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Dragon View Post
                          and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
                          and Denis Diekmeier
                          and Christoph Moritz
                          and Christopher Schorch
                          and Phillip Bargfrede
                          and Julian Schieber
                          and Sascha Burchert
                          and Ilkay Gündogan
                          and Toni Kroos
                          and Stefan Reinartz
                          and Bastian Oczipka
                          and Andre Schürrle
                          and Timo Gebhart
                          and Denis Naki
                          and Sebastian Rudy
                          and Konstantin Rausch
                          and Marcel Risse
                          and Kevin Pezzoni
                          and Sebastian Rode
                          and Savio Nsereko
                          and Marcel Esswein
                          and Sven Bender

                          All players that were invited but their clubs refused to let them go.

                          You both made a point in here anyway Germany isn't the only team i know and let me say you something for this team, as far as i saw this guys playing there is no better team in this cup so we(they) can play not with the second but with the third team wwe still would win this trophy

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                          • #14
                            Hey Dragon

                            Remember that sub-something (don't remember) German team that defeated Italy in the final 4-1?

                            The kids whom shinned in that tournament... How are they doing now?

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                            • #15
                              Group A

                              October 1

                              Italy 2 - 4 Egypt

                              Trinidad & Tobago 0 - 0 Paraguay

                              Group B

                              October 1

                              Tahiti 0 - 5 Nigeria

                              Venezuela 0 - 3 Spain

                              Group C

                              October 2

                              Germany 3 - 0 Cameroon
                              41' [1 - 0] R. Sukuta-Pasu
                              58' [2 - 0] S. Aydelik
                              70' [3 - 0] L. Holtby


                              Korea Republic 3 - 0 U.S.A.

                              Group D

                              October 2

                              Uruguay 2 - 2 Ghana

                              Uzbekistan 1 - 1 England

                              Group E

                              October 3

                              Australia 1 - 3 Brazil

                              Costa Rica 2 - 3 Czech Republic

                              Group F

                              October 3

                              Hungary 2 - 0 U.A.E.

                              South Africa 2 - 0 Honduras
                              Last edited by Snake; 04-10-2009, 20:07.

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