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fair play

Napster

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2008: ranking
1. Manchester City or Fulham FC?, England (preliminary ranking)
2. Rosenborg BK, Norway (final ranking)
3. FC Nordsjælland or FC København?, Denmark (preliminary ranking)
4. Gefle IF, Sweden (final ranking)
5. Jaro Pietarsaari, Finland (final ranking)
6. Hertha BSC or VfL Wolfsburg?, Germany, (welt, dfb)
7. Deportivo La Coruña or Real Valladolid?, (as, rfef)
8. FC Lorient?, France, (lequipe, maville)
The draw will be held at the City of Manchester Stadium on 13 May at 14.30
(15.30GMT), between the pre-match press conferences before the UEFA Cup final.
 

Uncle Leo

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How many of those teams get in to the UEFA Cup then Naps? Just the one? I hope it's not Lorient, what a daft name for a team.
 

Napster

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How many of those teams get in to the UEFA Cup then Naps? Just the one? I hope it's not Lorient, what a daft name for a team.

Three

Average eight points or more
Once the UEFA Fair Play ranking is finalised at the end of the season, all national associations that have attained an average of eight points or more will enter a draw to determine which two countries will be entitled, along with the outright winner, to enter an additional team for the UEFA Cup.

England and eight rivals
At the moment, leaders England and eight other national associations are above this 'pass mark'. However, any association ranked under eight points today, could still join the draw for the two UEFA Cup places, should their Fair Play record improve and should they have played the required number of games.

Delegates' assessments
The Fair Play assessments are made by the official UEFA delegates following criteria such as positive play, respect for the opponent, respect for the referee, behaviour of the crowd and team officials, as well as cautions and dismissals.

Additional UEFA Cup trio
The three associations which are allocated an additional UEFA Cup place will be entitled to enter the club that have won the domestic top-flight fair play league. If this club have already qualified for a UEFA tournament, the second-placed team in the domestic competition may be entered – and if they have already qualified, the third-placed team, and so forth.

Relegated teams can qualify
It is even possible for a team who have been relegated to the second division to qualify for the UEFA Cup, as a result of their exemplary conduct during the domestic championship, provided they hold the mandatory UEFA club licence.
 

sufcintheprem

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If they gave you a Champions League spot I expect behaviour would become impeccable
 
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