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    Israel U21 vs Ireland U21 game

    The game will be in Hertzliya Stadium (about 10,000 seats) on friday 25/3/05 at 15:00. Town of Hertzliya is about 10 km north of Tel-Aviv city centre and the stadium is located in the south-west end of the city (closest to Tel-Aviv).

    Hertzliya railway station is about 10 minutes walk to stadium (direction north-east, behind the mall).
    A trains will depart Tel-Aviv Merkaz (Arlozorov) station at 13:16, 14:00, 14:16 and will arrive Hertzliya railway station at 13:25, 14:09, 14:25 (after 2 stations). No trains in the way back, but fans can share taxis together.
    Israel Railways website is http://www.israrail.org.il/english/index.html

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    There is a big mall near the stadiom.
    Last edited by Ron Amikam; 19/03/2005 at 7:35 AM.

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    Thanks most of our group will be there via 2 rental cars maybe minus a couple of girlfriends who want to go shopping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Amikam
    There is a big moll near the stadiom.
    HAHAHAHAHA - not "moll" it's "mall"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Amikam
    There is a big moll near the stadiom.
    Definition of Moll:
    1. A woman companion of a gunman or gangster.
    2. A woman prostitute.

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    If someone wants to go to the u-21 game and has a problem, don't hasitate to cantact me! I will go there...

    Anyway, I will be very happy to meet some of you in TA and to show you the city

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    Quote Originally Posted by eirebhoy
    Definition of Moll:
    1. A woman companion of a gunman or gangster.
    2. A woman prostitute.

    maybe he did mean moll, maybe there is a big prostitute near the stadium! She might be looking for some extra business from the fans!
    ha ha!

    We would say shopping centre, rather than mall, mall is very american, n'est-ce que pas?

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    Will tickets for this game be available at the stadium ?

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    yap!

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    Foot.ie! U21 result

    Isreal won 3-1. disappointing result . It easily could have been worse.
    The other downside is that we were frozen with a chill wind blowing across us.
    They should have left us at the far side where we had the sun on us.

    What made our day is that the Senior team arrived to see the game. They were with us (fans) watching the game for the first half . They signed autographs. They left a half time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donalfitz
    Isreal won 3-1. disappointing result . It easily could have been worse.
    The other downside is that we were frozen with a chill wind blowing across us.
    They should have left us at the far side where we had the sun on us.

    What made our day is that the Senior team arrived to see the game. They were with us (fans) watching the game for the first half . They signed autographs. They left a half time.
    Class I'm soo jealous.. pity of the result but sure we'll show them tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by donalfitz
    Isreal won 3-1. disappointing result . It easily could have been worse.
    The other downside is that we were frozen with a chill wind blowing across us.
    They should have left us at the far side where we had the sun on us.

    What made our day is that the Senior team arrived to see the game. They were with us (fans) watching the game for the first half . They signed autographs. They left a half time.
    Hey buddy you forgot to mention that we deserved 3 obviously penalty kicks

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    Quote Originally Posted by donalfitz
    Isreal won 3-1. disappointing result . It easily could have been worse.
    The other downside is that we were frozen with a chill wind blowing across us.
    They should have left us at the far side where we had the sun on us.

    What made our day is that the Senior team arrived to see the game. They were with us (fans) watching the game for the first half . They signed autographs. They left a half time.
    So I understand your in Israel now.
    How is it until now?

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    Very bad result :-(
    After the match I went with two another Irish fans to drink in "Dublin" bar in Hertzeliya... It was very nice.

    Tomorrow I go to the Ramat-Gan Stadium after watching 1st half of England vs N.Ireland match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benayoun
    Hey buddy you forgot to mention that we deserved 3 obviously penalty kicks
    I did say "It easily could have been worse"
    But today match is what we here for!

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_bonk
    So I understand your in Israel now.
    How is it until now?
    Yea, I was here since Tuesday morning. I spent tuesday walking around Tel Aviv and Jaffa getting to know the place. Wednesday i was in Haifa. Thursday i was in Jerusalem.
    I used the public transport system with no problems. When i ask for help when looking to get to certains places, I got a good response.
    It took a while for me to get used to the detailed security checks and to see the army walking around, but it was to be expected. It something we don't see in Ireland.
    But the Highlight was meeting the Irish Team at the U21 game
    Tired at the moment and but I'm looking forward to the game tonight. IRELAND, IRELAND !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuff Paddy
    Good on ya Donal, sounds like you are having the time of your life. I'm stuck at work in Oxford counting the minutes until home time and then Channel 5 followed by Eurosport.
    Make yourselves heard there tonight. God I hope we win!
    Me too, It will make quailifying easier!

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