Andorra

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a small republic in the eastern Pyrenees between Spain and France

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For 715 years, from 1278 to 1993, Andorrans lived under a unique co-principality, ruled by French and Spanish leaders.
Twente did not have the best of finishes to the last campaign as they took just one point from their final six matches but this is a huge step up in class for the Andorrans, who finished third in their league last term.
The results of Andorra's elections indicate that many Andorrans support the government's reform initiatives and believe Andorra must, to some degree, integrate into the European Union in order to continue to enjoy its prosperity.
5 years) - Andorrans like to keep active, and the country skiing, snowboarding hiking and biking.
It will be a very different match in Croatia but I really hope they play at home the same way the Andorrans did with nobody in attack
The former Real Madrid boss hinted whoever plays at Wembley is likely to be part of his side against the Andorrans in Barcelona.
Pilibaitis said: "My four goals against the Andorrans was just a question of fortune.
This game was moved from the Principality to Spain in order to cope with the large amount of visiting fans expected to attend, and the travelling supporters will want a repeat of the 5-0 victory Steve McClaren's men enjoyed over the Andorrans at Old Trafford earlier in the campaign.
The Andorrans had Toni Sivera sent off for violent conduct in the 25th minute.
The Andorrans conceded their 19th goal in their four qualifying matches so far.
Had an effective match in midfield and actually upset the Andorrans when he had the temerity to make a tackle on one of them.
The Andorrans, a fine collection of mountain beef, left an early imprint on the Cypriot pack, which led to many errors and the visitors threatening the Moufflon goal line early on that led to an easy penalty conversion from the Andorran full-back following a late tackle, giving the visitors a 3 point lead, and ten minutes in the sin-bin for George Agathacleous.
Midfielder Josep Ayala was the first of four Andorrans to go into Maltese referee Marco Borg's notebook in Friday's 2-0 defeat by Russia - bookings made up at 50 - and that's no surprise to seasoned viewers of the Pyrenean part-timers.
The Andorrans expended a huge amount of energy in their attempts to keep the Russians at bay, and may well be feeling the after-effects of their exertions, Tardelli was quick to point out that on the same evening, Trapattoni's men were grinding their way to a 1-0 victory in the exhausting heat of the Armenian summer.
The results of Andorra's elections thus far indicate that many Andorrans support the government's reform initiatives and believe Andorra must, to some degree, integrate into the European Union in order to continue to enjoy its prosperity.