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-- Posted by Alan on 4:17 pm on July 16, 2002

Berti Vogts' side will take on the Scandinavians at the national stadium - Ullevaal - in Oslo on August 20, 2003.

"We've always been fond of British football in Norway and we've been trying for a long time to get an opponent from Great Britain to Ullevaal,'' said Norwegian football association spokesman Roger Solheim.

-- Posted by The Kilt on 4:48 pm on July 16, 2002

Where did this come from?

-- Posted by Alan on 4:53 pm on July 16, 2002

From Football

-- Posted by Kerrso on 5:01 pm on July 16, 2002

Its def going ahead its on teletxt aswel, best start saving harder now!!!

-- Posted by The Kilt on 5:07 pm on July 16, 2002

I am very happy about this. Yet another country to score off the list.

Berti certainly can pick them. What about Hungary?

-- Posted by shambles on 11:34 pm on July 16, 2002

budapest would be a trip & a half-known as the bangkok of eastern europe-its got some amazing nightlife,stunning women & is still relatively cheap.wonder if they`ve got a equivalent of phuket?

-- Posted by Sacks on 9:31 am on July 17, 2002

I'm off to Budapest next week for a few days.  Got a good buddy over there (E*****h though) who's going to show me the, erm, sights.  

I've been hoping for a Scotland game over there for ages as there's nothing this boy would love more than a couple of dozen jocks kipping on his floor :biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:

-- Posted by giblet on 11:21 am on July 17, 2002

Sacks, you and women, do you never learn?:bigwink:

-- Posted by Sacks on 12:28 pm on July 17, 2002

Do you not mean :bigw@nk:?  :wink:

-- Posted by Slogan Call on 12:46 pm on July 17, 2002

Sacks, I spent the Millennium in Budapest.
Scottish theme bar there called 'Sir William'.
In downtown Pest far end of Vaci Utca, (main street).
Plenty nightlife there.
More info later.

-- Posted by Slogan Call on 8:10 am on July 24, 2002

Sacks, and any other TAMBers visiting Budapest.

Should you wish to visit 'Sir William' Scottish pub, it is located on Raday Utca (end of Vaci, left into Vamhaz, then right at Kalvin Ter., into Raday).

A small, welcoming, atmospheric, Scottish/Hungarian bar, with food and drink at good prices.
Its a great complement to Budapests diverse entertainment scene

-- Posted by wullg on 8:48 pm on Sep. 4, 2002

I will be working in oslo next year, lucky b*****d eh

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