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Jan 21 09 8:13 PM

The League XI is according to Danish FA a seperate team from A team. Nearly all its matches are considered unofficial, but some are regarded official A by Danish FA.

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Jan 22 09 7:44 AM

mcruic wrote:
I checked the list released by the DBU, it seems that they are only using players from Denmark now. Of these players, most have only 1 or 2 caps, and sometimes have none at all.


They got Kim Christensen who play for Gothenburg in Sweden. He did not play yesterday.

http://www.dbu.dk/page.aspx?id=6113

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Jan 22 09 9:28 AM

comparison

30-01-2008 0 - 1 Bahrain
27-01-2008 1 - 0 Qatar

27-01-2007 1 - 1 Honduras (FIFA)
24-01-2007 0 - 1 El Salvador (FIFA)
20-01-2007 1 - 3 USA (FIFA)

01-02-2006 3 - 1 South Korea (FIFA,Roonba)
29-01-2006 3 - 0 Hong Kong (FIFA,Roonba)
26-01-2006 2 - 1 Singapore (FIFA,Roonba)

23-01-2004 1 - 3 CD Aguila
21-01-2004 1 - 3 USA
18-01-2004 1 - 1 USA (FIFA,Roonba)

04-02-2003 2 - 1 Hong Kong League XI
01-02-2003 0 - 1 Iran
28-01-2003 1 - 0 Thailand

06-03-2002 0 - 1 Norway

14-02-2001 2 - 0 South Korea
11-02-2001 2 - 4 Morocco
08-02-2001 0 - 1 UAE

04-02-2000 1 - 2 Finland (FIFA,RoonBa)
02-02-2000 2 - 4 Norway (FIFA,RoonBa)
31-01-2000 0 - 1 Sweden (FIFA,RoonBa)

31-01-1999 1 - 1 Ecuador
27-01-1999 1 - 1 Venezuela (FIFA)
24-01-1999 1 - 1 Colombia

31-01-1998 3 - 0 Thailand
29-01-1998 0 - 2 Egypt
27-01-1998 0 - 1 Thailand
25-01-1998 2 - 0 South Korea

22-01-1997 4 - 1 USA (FIFA,RoonBa)
19-01-1997 2 - 1 Peru (FIFA,RoonBa)
17-01-1997 1 - 2 Mexico (FIFA,RoonBa)

16-02-1996 1 - 2 Romania
13-02-1996 3 - 1 Thailand
11-02-1996 0 - 0 Finland
09-02-1996 2 - 2 Romania

29-01-1995 0 - 1 Portugal (FIFA,RoonBa)
24-01-1995 1 - 0 Canada (FIFA,RoonBa)

16-02-1994 3 - 0 Guangzhou
13-02-1994 2 - 0 Hog Kong League XI (FIFA)
10-02-1994 0 - 0 (4-2 on penalties) USA (FIFA,RoonBa)
06-02-1994 6 - 1 Japan (FIFA,RoonBa)
04-02-1994 5 - 1 Malaysia (FIFA,RoonBa)
02-02-1994 2 - 2 Norway

03-02-1993 2 - 2 USA (FIFA,RoonBa)
30-01-1993 2 - 0 El Salvador (FIFA,RoonBa)

15-02-1992 1 - 0 UAEU-21
12-02-1992 3 - 0 Oman
10-02-1992 1 - 1 UAE

05-02-1991 0 - 0 Torpedo Moskva

12-02-1990 2 - 1 Bahrain (FIFA,RoonBa)
09-02-1990 5 - 0 UAE (FIFA,RoonBa)
05-02-1990 1 - 1 UAE (FIFA,RoonBa)

12-02-1989 0 - 0 Algeria (FIFA,RoonBa)
10-02-1989 0 - 0 Finland (FIFA,RoonBa)
08-02-1989 2 - 0 Malta (FIFA,RoonBa)

25-01-1988 1 - 0 FC Tirol
23-01-1988 0 - 0 (3-2 on penalties) Thailand
19-01-1988 1 - 1 Malaysia
17-01-1988 2 - 0 Thailand B
15-01-1988 1 - 1 Soviet Union XI
13-01-1988 1 - 0 South Korea

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#24 [url]

Nov 13 09 9:45 PM

Re: Denmark League XI

mcruic wrote:
Should their matches be counted as A-matches like Sweden's League team? This would mean defeats to El Salvador and USA last year, and a draw with Honduras would be counted as A matches.

I would say yes. If a NT play with home based players only, it should be regarded full A. Imho there are two very good to count these matches as full A.
-> until the 1970s Denmark regarded all its matches with home based players as full A, even though many of their top players were professionals playing abroad at the time.
-> sometimes a Denmark XI was labelled Denmark League XI even though the team did not include home based players only.

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Nov 15 09 9:55 PM

trekky76 wrote:
FIFA removed most of the Danish league team matches, such as in Skydome Cup 1995..

Please can you give me the reason FIFA gave to do so? As most of us know there are many examples FIFA made a mess of its archive.

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Nov 16 09 6:50 AM

Fast Midfielder wrote:
trekky76 wrote:
FIFA removed most of the Danish league team matches, such as in Skydome Cup 1995..

Please can you give me the reason FIFA gave to do so? As most of us know there are many examples FIFA made a mess of its archive.


Dunno. I just checked their archives.
Which of these matched are recognised by their opponents?

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#28 [url]

Nov 16 09 7:10 PM

Many times Danish team management sign official reports for their League XI matches on demand of hosts of tournees but don't count them on their FA list anyway.

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#29 [url]

Nov 17 09 9:58 AM

do some members get annual [European Football Yearbook] ? (from 1980s- )

in Denmark section, did these matches appear in NT results lists?

http://www.fifa.com/worldfootball/results/

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Dec 6 09 9:52 AM

Can we name Denmark's Ligalandsholdet Denmark's League XI? The selection for the 2010 Tour shows also players from Swedish and Norwegian clubs. Besides most of these players also played for Denmark A over the past few months. I agree this selection is not the strongest Denmark can make, but this squad is something between A- and B-team.
http://www.dbu.dk/page.aspx?id=6113

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Dec 6 09 10:00 AM

Fast Midfielder wrote:
Can we name Denmark's Ligalandsholdet Denmark's League XI? The selection for the 2010 Tour shows also players from Swedish and Norwegian clubs. Besides most of these players also played for Denmark A over the past few months. I agree this selection is not the strongest Denmark can make, but this squad is something between A- and B-team.
http://www.dbu.dk/page.aspx?id=6113


Also 2009 tour had one player from Swedish club. The Danish keep the name Ligalandshold (League NT) even though they have players outside Danish league.

In total , 8 foreign based players been playing on Danish ligalandshold incl 2010 team.

http://www.dbu.dk/page.aspx?id=6774

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Feb 6 10 2:02 PM

Denmark Ligalandsholdet's matches in the King's Cup last month are on FIFA's results section - I wonder if this was a decision made in hindsight after good results (3-1 v Poland, 5-1 v Singapore, 3-0 v Thailand)?

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Feb 6 10 2:45 PM

mcruic wrote:
Denmark Ligalandsholdet's matches in the King's Cup last month are on FIFA's results section - I wonder if this was a decision made in hindsight after good results (3-1 v Poland, 5-1 v Singapore, 3-0 v Thailand)?


Strange, they dont seem to have got ranking points for the matches ?

http://www.fifa.com/associations/association=den/ranking/gender=m/index.html

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Feb 6 10 3:34 PM

mcruic wrote:
Denmark Ligalandsholdet's matches in the King's Cup last month are on FIFA's results section - I wonder if this was a decision made in hindsight after good results (3-1 v Poland, 5-1 v Singapore, 3-0 v Thailand)?

Thanks for noticing! But sometimes FIFA can change decision day after day. Many Denmark League XI matches used to be on FIFA list before and were deleted later. I consider Denmark League XI as something between Denmark A and Denmark B, but this is only my personal opinion. However, if Denmark League XI field players from foreign leagues imho such a team is not allowed to bear the name League XI.

Obtaining good results cannot be a reason to include matches as full A-internationals afterwards. I remember in 1984 East German Olympic XI made a Mediterranean Tour. They lost twice against Egypt and beat Greece. East German FA only regarded the match they won as official A even though played with its Olympic NT.

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Feb 6 10 3:42 PM

mcruic wrote:
Denmark Ligalandsholdet's matches in the King's Cup last month are on FIFA's results section - I wonder if this was a decision made in hindsight after good results (3-1 v Poland, 5-1 v Singapore, 3-0 v Thailand)?


The important thing is whether the DBU and the opponent associations regard them as official matches.

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Feb 6 10 5:12 PM

nfm24 wrote:
mcruic wrote:
Denmark Ligalandsholdet's matches in the King's Cup last month are on FIFA's results section - I wonder if this was a decision made in hindsight after good results (3-1 v Poland, 5-1 v Singapore, 3-0 v Thailand)?


The important thing is whether the DBU and the opponent associations regard them as official matches.


DBU dont regard them as official matches.

"Udtagelsen af spillere fra udenlandske klubber sker alene på baggrund af en gensidig aftale mellem DBU og de pågældende klubber, idet Ligalandsholdet ikke er et officielt landshold, og terminerne for Ligalandsholdet ikke er officielle FIFA-landskampdatoer, og DBU derfor ikke kan kræve spillerne fri i henhold til FIFAs regler for frigivelse af spillere til landshold."


http://www.dbu.dk/page.aspx?id=6774

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#37 [url]

Feb 6 10 6:34 PM

nfm24 wrote:
The important thing is whether the DBU and the opponent associations regard them as official matches.

In case we want to regard a match official I would say it's not fair not to count as only one of both FA's regard the match official. If both FA's regard a match official imho there won't be any doubt about the match status. The same goes if both FA's does not regard a match official. But how about if only one of both FA's does not regard a match official? In such a case to me it matters what team is fielded by the nation which FA does not regard a match official.

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#38 [url]

Feb 6 10 8:07 PM

I agree. My point was that FIFA's classification of matches is irrelevant, as they have no consistency historically (but for recent years the website list is good, thanks to Jonny et al), and they don't follow their own statutes and regulations.

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Feb 7 10 11:55 AM

jonny wrote:
mcruic wrote:
Denmark Ligalandsholdet's matches in the King's Cup last month are on FIFA's results section - I wonder if this was a decision made in hindsight after good results (3-1 v Poland, 5-1 v Singapore, 3-0 v Thailand)?


Strange, they dont seem to have got ranking points for the matches ?

http://www.fifa.com/associations/association=den/ranking/gender=m/index.html


The matches were probably added after the cut-off date for the 3rd February rankings. (Thursday before the rankings are issued I think - 28th January). They should appear in the 3rd March rankings. FIFA cannot change the ranking after it has been published, so any new matches that are added can only be counted in the next edition.

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Aug 28 11 4:18 PM

This DBU site http://www.dbu.dk/landshold/herrelandshold/ligalandsholdet/maalsaetninger_til_gavn_for_dansk_fodbold.aspx explains the objectives of the Denmark League XI. You can use Google translator to make up your mind. I would say the League XI actually is a team of A-international players and those who are expected to be A-international players into the future. These players are active in the Danish league (nowadays also Swedish and Norwegian league). If one make another click there is also to read why the League XI is very useful according to DBU. I still think this team is something between A-team and B-team. I would say count all matches that are regarded by Denmark's opponents as official A-internationals.

Here you can find all results of Denmark's League XI
http://www.dbu.dk/landshold/landsholdsdatabasen/lbasematch.aspx

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