2018-09-04 19:44:01 UTC
The most exciting thing to happen in European Football since the advent of the Offside rule starts on Thursday.
The Uefa Nations league, no one really understands how it works, it's like the weather or Watford, you just cant explain it. Like how can it be 40C in September on the Iceberg? It is too hot to even go out fishing, all you an do is drink on the Sandbar while the kiddies are off to school and hope you somehow survive the day. Or how can Watford beat the great Lilywhites, England's greatest club team of all time? I suppose it could all be down to climate change, that would certainly explain Spurs losing to Watford, that is what Mr. Lily White told me the other day while drunk on the sandbar, pretty sure that is the reason Germany crashed out of the WC and England made the Semi finals, how can previously unheard of things like that be happening now, has to be down climate change.
What I do know is that it does have promotion and relegation and some way for small teams or any teams that dont make the Euro nations cup, to actually make it somehow. Also, League A group winners play in euro cup like championship every couple of years. What I also do know, is that Jesper may be called up for the Denmark team playing this round, either that or Lego men will be playing.
I just hope Jesper can keep Bale from scoring in double digits.
In all honesty, this is probably better than playing "normal friendlies" just not sure how seriously it will be taken? Will J Low actually wear a designer scarf and jacket for this thing, like he did before? He obviously did not take the WC seriously, he was wearing a frickin T shirt, with no designer label, no wonder they lost, it is all about the manager. Look at Mourinho, he was great when he wore nice suits and had hair and shaved. Now he looks like he lives under a pier and steals fish from tourists on fishing excursions in Faro, which is why his teams cant beat Brighton. Also, how the hell did Iceland make the A league????
Group 1: France, Germany, Netherlands
Group 2: Belgium, Iceland, Switzerland
Group 3: Italy, Poland, Portugal
Group 4: Croatia, England, Spain
Group 1: Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine
Group 2: Russia, Sweden, Turkey
Group 3: Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Northern Ireland
Group 4: Denmark, Republic of Ireland, Wales
Group 1: Albania, Israel, Scotland
Group 2: Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary
Group 3: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Norway, Slovenia
Group 4: Lithuania, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia
Group 1: Andorra, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Latvia
Group 2: Belarus, Luxembourg, Moldova, San Marino
Group 3: Azerbaijan, Faroe Islands, Kosovo, Malta
Group 4: Armenia, Macedonia, Gibraltar Liechtenstein