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UEFA Cup Qualifying Results
August 17th, 2007 7AM

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Americans Brad Friedel, Danny Califf, Charlie Davies and Brian West were in action in UEFA Cup qualifying play on Thursday. For complete results ...


Tobol Kostanai (Kazakhstan) 0 Groclin Grodzisk (Poland) 1
Dynamo Tbilisi (Georgia) 0 Rapid Vienna (Austria) 3
MIKA Ashtarak (Armenia) 2 Artmedia Bratislava (Slovakia)1
MyPa (Finland) 0 Blackburn Rovers (England) 1
Americans: Blackburn Rovers -- Brad Friedel, 90 min.
Besa (Albania) 0 Litex Lovech (Bulgaria) 3
Ekranas Panevezys (Lithuania) 1 Valerenga (Norway) 1
ViOn Zlate Moravce (Slovakia) 0 Zenit St. Petersburg (Russia) 2
Dynamo Minsk (Belarus) 1 OB (Denmark) 1
Haka Valkeakoski (Finland) 1 Midtjylland (Denmark) 2
HJK Helsinki (Finland) 2 AaB (Denmark) 1
Americans: AaB -- Danny Califf 90 min.
Ried (Austria) 1 Sion (Switzerland) 1
Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel) 1 Erciyesspor (Turkey) 1
Slaven Belupo Koprivnica (Croatia) 1 Galatasaray (Turkey) 2
Honved (Hungary) 0 Hamburg (Germany) 0
Metalurgs Liepaja (Latvia) 3 AIK Stockholm (Sweden) 2
Omonia Nicosia (Cyprus) 1 CSKA Sofia (Bulgaria) 1
Brann Bergen (Norway) 2 Suduva Marijampole (Lithuania) 1
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk (Ukraine) 1 GKS Belchatow (Poland) 1
CFR Cluj (Romania) 1 Anorthosis Famagusta (Cyprus) 3
Lok. Sofia (Bulgaria) 3 Otelul Galati (Romania) 1
Young Boys (Switzerland) 1 Lens (France) 1
Hammarby (Sweden) 2 Fredrikstad (Norway) 1
Americans: Hammarby -- Charlie Davies, sub 4 min.; Fredrikstad -- Brian West 57 min.
Rabotnicki Skopje (Macedonia) 0 HSK Zrinjski (Bosnia) 0
Siroki Brijeg (Bosnia) 0 Hapoel Tel Aviv (Israel) 3
Kaerjeng (Luxembourg) 0 Standard Liege (Belgium) 3
Basel (Switzerland) 2 Mattersburg (Austria) 1
Austria Vienna (Austria) 4 Jablonec (Czech Republic) 3
Hajduk Split (Croatia) 0 Sampdoria (Italy) 1
Drogheda United (Ireland) 1 Helsingborg (Sweden) 1
Dunfermline (Scotland) 1 Haecken (Sweden) 1
Uniao Leiria (Portugal) 0 Maccabi Netanya (Israel) 0
Atletico Madrid (Spain) 3 Vojvodina Novi Sad (Serbia) 0



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