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News and live scores (in English) from the Swiss Super League and Swiss Challenge League. Also covers the national team and Swiss teams in Europe.
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Kirkby 16h
Gibraltar come from behind to lead 2-1. The first time they've scored twice in one game. This is why the Nations League is great. Two nations of similar ability having a go instead of just keeping the score down. And there's a bit of spice to the game.
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SwissFootball UK 17h
A disappointing defeat to end a disappointing U21 qualifying campaign for Switzerland. Andi Zeqiri scored the goal for the Swiss.
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Yvon Mvogo 22h
Happy about my national team debut😊🤩🇨🇭 tough game but the win is there well done lads💪🏾
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SwissFootball UK 18h
Replying to @YMvogo @SFV_ASF
Congratulations . Been a long time coming and you handled it well!
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SwissFootball UK Oct 15
Replying to @JSummersWriting
Second, I think :). Poland were relegated last night by Italy's late winner.
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SwissFootball UK Oct 15
Replying to @SaintShaqiri
Xhaka would've been but he didn't get booked.
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SwissFootball UK Oct 15
Replying to @SaintShaqiri
I believe so, mate.
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Francois Moubandje Oct 15
It was difficult, but it’s an important victory against Iceland in the Nations League. . .
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SwissFootball UK Oct 15
After all that, we are back to domestic duty on Friday with Winterthur hosting Vaduz in the Challenge League as Round 11 gets underway. Enjoy your evening, everyone.
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SwissFootball UK Oct 15
Finally, Switzerland's U17 women's side finish off their initial qualifying round for the 2019 championships with a trip to Greece on Thursday. They are all but qualified and will go on to the Elite Round.
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SwissFootball UK Oct 15
So, Switzerland U21's finish off their unsuccessful qualifying campaign tomorrow in Wales. Switzerland U19's on the other hand, finish off their *successful* campaign vs. Spain tomorrow and will play in the Elite Round of qualifying.
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Nischal Oct 15
NEW ARTICLE Please go check out my match report from Switzerland's 2-1 win over Iceland, likes and RTs massively appreciated
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SwissFootball UK Oct 15
Replying to @abseitsch
Probably but we'll see in Luzern what happens. More than held their own in Brussels.
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SwissFootball UK Oct 15
Replying to @redrunner070_Ch
I wouldn't go with Seferovic himself vs. Belgium but I think his performances lately + Petkovic liking him means he will. Someone like Gavranovic, imo, will give a more physical presence up front.
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SwissFootball UK Oct 15
Replying to @redrunner070_Ch
Hmm, I'd go: Sommer Lang | Elvedi | Akanji | Rodriguez Would probably be my backline. Shaqiri, Zakaria, Zuber would be there and I'd imagine he'll go Seferovic alone vs. Belgium. You?
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SwissFootball UK Oct 15
Replying to @redrunner070_Ch
Agreed also.
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SwissFootball UK Oct 15
Replying to @redrunner070_Ch
Indeed, haha, especially the clearance from the line.
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SwissFootball UK Oct 15
Replying to @SaintShaqiri
Any excuse to cover up my mistakes. ;)
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SwissFootball UK Oct 15
Replying to @SaintShaqiri
I see. Thanks. Ah well, doesn't make too much difference for now until the result of Belgium-Iceland.
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SwissFootball UK Oct 15
Tonight and next month (when the drama will be heightened) has been a great advert for the . Iceland desperate not to be relegated and throw everything at it. It should also even itself out over time as Iceland are more suited in League B than A.
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