In episode 20, we look at how the Veikkausliiga season 2018 looks with 33% of games played, and we discuss the June 2018 friendlies for the Finnish national team. Add-in some short news stories, Finns Overseas and ramblings about Rich’s shirt, and it’s another high-standard Finnish Football Show.
Download an MP3 of Finnish Football Show 20 – Veikkausliiga at the 33% stage & Huuhkajat
Show Notes & Video
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- Suomen Cup Final on 12.5: HJK 0 – 1 FC Inter
- Palloliitto fines itself for flares at the Suomen Cup Final
- Another new SJK manager
- Young players from Indian Super League team, Kerala Blasters, training with SJK
- Paul Fahy ‘Rich’s English player’ moved from Evesham Utd to Ruisku (level 6 – Vitonen) and has already moved onwards and upwards to Atletico Malmi (level 4 – Kolmonen) http://bit.ly/EveshamToFinland
- Upcoming U19 European Championship (Seinäjoki & Vaasa) – I’ll be writing a little something about this very soon for Visit Seinäjoki
- The form of Rasmus Karjalainen at KuPS 10 goals in 11 matches
- Also, Klauss at HJK 11 goals from 13
- HJK’s return to form
- RoPS fading after positive start
- (The fawning of) KuPS about El Said, off to World Cup
- Mixed fortunes for promoted teams: TPS bottom, but Honka in 6th
Here’s an example of some recent Veikkausliiga highlights on ISTV https://www.is.fi/veikkausliiga/art-2000005704835.html
- Recent games
- 5.6: Romania 2 – 0 Finland – Report on FCSuomi.com
- 9.6: Finland vs Belarus
- Mixu and his Latvian renaissance
- Mention for U17 girls
- Qualifying for World Cup
- New Huuhkajat kit
- We were a bit dismissive about the new ‘Mother Theresa’ home kit (FFS19) but the new away kit looks better…
- 7–8 medal winners and a couple of relegations
- Lukas Hradecky won German Cup with Eintracht Frankfurt vs Bayern Munich. He has now transferred to Bayer Leverkusen.
- Teemu Puuki and Paulus Arajuuri won the Danish FA Cup with Brondby.
- Tim Sparv and Markus Halsti won the Danish Superliga with FC Midtjylland
- Kasper Hämäläinen – won the Polish Ekstraklasa for the 4th successive time, becoming the first foreigner to achieve this feat.
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