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Play-offs reach climax in race to Israel

Published: Monday 15 October 2012, 17.06CET
The UEFA European U21 Championship finals lineup will be decided over the next two days and UEFA.com speaks to the likes of Stuart Pearce and Yann M'Vila ahead of the second legs.

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Published: Monday 15 October 2012, 17.06CET

Play-offs reach climax in race to Israel

The UEFA European U21 Championship finals lineup will be decided over the next two days and UEFA.com speaks to the likes of Stuart Pearce and Yann M'Vila ahead of the second legs.

The seven teams who will join hosts Israel at next summer's UEFA European Under-21 Championship finals will be decided over the next couple of days as the play-offs conclude. UEFA.com has the thoughts of some of those involved, including England manager Stuart Pearce ahead of a tough decider in Serbia, and France midfielder Yann M'Vila.

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