Your Handy World Cup Qualifier Preview

“The interlull is the bane of the club soccer fan; it’s like an early bye week, a rained out game, and a west coast road trip all rolled into one. The potential for player injury is still there, the benefit for the club that’s actually paying the player is not, and international managers still need players in order to get results. On top of that, many of the matches are lopsided. Take Malta in Group 1 of the UEFA qualifiers; nine games in, they still have yet to score a goal, their goal differential is -22, and their best result is a scoreless draw with Albania. This is not always riveting stuff.” (Avoiding the Drop)

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