The Only Goalkeeping Piechart That Matters

Kyle Ihn is a professional goalkeeper, formally of University-Wisconsin Green Bay and Reno 1868, and is currently with Lansing United. After years of traveling the country and surveying the landscape of both professional goalkeeping and various pizza chains, Kyle reviews an unconventional pizza. You can find Kyle online at @KyleIhn to inform him of how correct or incorrect his opinions on pizza are. Cover photo belongs to Minnesota United FC.

Soccer has allowed me to travel to many corners of the country, exploring all of the cultures and traditions that have culminated in this great melting pot of a country. Along with experiencing the cultures, I have also been blessed to partake in many of the culinary adventures that have been created. One of my favorite foods can come as diverse as this great nation of ours: pizza.

Pizza has a long standing history in American culture. The food itself can be so many different things, so it is truly the perfect representation of the culture we live in. From toppings, sauces, cheeses, even physical form, the pizza can be anything we want it to be. There is the traditional pepperoni pizza for the die hard New Yorkers. The margherita pizza, where you can pretend to be healthy while still eating a pizza. The dessert pizza for when you are done eating your other pizza. The calzone for when you are out to eat pizza with friends, but you are the only one who wants red sauce with sausage and pepperoni, but your friends won't stop arguing about why the pesto sauce with arugula is the best combination. There is the deep dish pizza, for when you want to use a fork and knife, but still tell people you got pizza. Finally, we get to one of the most controversial foods on the planet, the Hawaiian pizza. This pizza has broken friendships, divided households, and ruined game nights across the country. Personally, I am a firm believer that pineapple has a rightful place on top of that magnificent pie, but I also consider myself open minded. I am willing to basically try anything once, so when I received the recommendation of pepperoni and banana peppers, you could say I was all about it.

I must admit I am a pizza socialist, if you want to call it that.
— Kyle Ihn, on topping distribution

When I went to order my first pepperoni and banana pepper pizza, I decided to go with a little bit of a more upscale chain. I didn’t want my first experience to be tainted by a pool of grease resting on top, and I knew the quality of the ingredients was key. I also stuck with a measly 11 inch pizza, mainly because I’m a loser that doesn't have friends, but I also thought that the 11 incher would be a perfect personal pizza for my person. When the long awaited pizza finally reached my door, the anticipation had been killing me, or the hunger, I wasn’t sure. I ripped the top off and was surprised by the topping proportions. It was a good amount of both pepperoni and peppers, however, the organization left something to be lacking. I spent a good 3 minutes rearranging the topping to make sure no one slice was left out of the party that was about to take place in my mouth. This is pretty typical with most pizzas though. I must admit I am a pizza socialist if you want to call it that. If I order a pizza with specific toppings, the composition is key and all slices must be fairly equal. But once the toppings were to my liking, my eyes had judged, and it was my taste bud’s turn.

I must say, I generally try to stick away from strictly pepperoni pizzas. They typically are very salty for my taste, but I have a very strong trust in the person that gave me this recommendation, and I knew that he wouldn’t lead me astray. When I first bit into my pie, my taste buds were hit with the salt almost immediately, but that is when the banana peppers came in. The tang of the peppers took my mind away from the salt, and I was able to enjoy the other taste elements from the sauce, and the pepperoni. The peppers were acting as my pizza sherpa if you will. The mountain that is the pizza was trying to overpower my undertrained palate, and just when I thought it was the end of my journey and I would never be able to summit this specific peak of pepperoni, the banana peppers showed me the way and I was able to see everything this pizza could truly be. The combination of the saltiness with the sweet and the tang of peppers was game changing in my pizza profile. I knew that I liked banana peppers before, but I was never quite sure how the taste profiles would work together, or if they would fight for the real estate that is my tongue and palate. I would not say that this is my all time favorite pizza go to now. I am a sucker for a traditional sausage and green pepper pie myself, but this new flavor combination is definitely getting added into the line up.

Professional Goalkeeper and Amateur Foodie*,

Kyle Ihn

*I have zero culinary experience besides eating a lot. Please don’t take my word for anything more than suggestion.

NCAA Preseason Goalkeeper Rankings - Men's 2019

Seniors

1. Jacob Harris (Colgate) - 22
2. Jimmy Slayton (Hartford) - 21
3. Parker Siegfried (Ohio State) - 22
4. Drake Callender (California) - 21
5. Andreu Cases Mundet (Wake Forest, Spain) - 22
6. Sawyer Gaffney (Davidson) - 22
7. Anthony Mwembia (Bowling Green, France) - 23
8. Wallis Lapsley (UC Davis) - 22
9. Robbie McKelvey (Duquesne) - 22
10. Carlos Caro (Howard) - 21

Make or break: Parker Siegfried. Siegfried holds a homegrown option with Columbus but similar to Luis Barazza last year, if he plays well enough he may have more suitors by the time the draft rolls around. The Crew doesn’t have a USL affiliate as of 2019 so roster spots aren’t easy to come by, although that could theoretically change for 2020. Siegfried has shown flashes of professional-level talent but the Buckeyes are coming off a 1-15-2 season last year. Realistically Siegfried needs a loud senior year to see an MLS contract in front of him come January to overcome his short stature, the Crew’s crowded goalkeeping core, and a dreadful finish in 2018.

Juniors

1. Ben Hale (Furman) - 21
2. Chase Vosvick (Loyola Maryland) - 21
3. Colin Shutler (Virginia) - 20
4. Will Pulisic (Duke) - 21
5. Noah Lawrence (Cincinnati) - 20
6. Enrique Facusse (Kentucky, Honduras) - 20
7. Jake Gelnovatch (Louisville) - 22
8. Andrew Pannenberg (Wake Forest) - 20
9. Noah Heim (SIUE) - 21
10. Leon Krapf (NC State, Germany) - 21

Make or break: Will Pulisic. The highly touted goalkeeper, who was once training Dortmund, has yet to move past the third round in the NCAA tournament, being upset as a sixth seed both years. Pulisic has some name recognition going in his favor but being sub-six feet tall and lack of postseason success are going to be hard for scouts to overlook. If Pulisic showcases another postseason run with mixed reviews, there’s a good chance he is tagged with being a “good, but not great” goalkeeper. However if Pulisic and Duke put the pieces together and display why they’re a school that should be feared, Pulisic may not need to stay around for his senior year.

Sophomores

1. Justin Garces (UCLA) - 18
2. Andrew Thomas (Stanford) - 20
3. Alec Smir (North Carolina) - 20
4. Giannis Nikopolidis (Georgetown, Greece) - 18
5. George Tasouris (Grand Canyon, Cyprus) - 23
6. George Marks (Clemson) - 19
7. Daniel Husa (Gardner-Webb, Norway) - 21
8. Alex Budnik (Dartmouth) - 19
9. Sam Ilin (Marist) - 19
10. Sean Murry (Monmouth) - 20

Make or break: Justin Garces. Heading into the fall this time last year, Garces was one of, if not the number one prospect within the USMNT goalkeeping pool. A middling fall and a quiet six months later, Garces has some competition for the number one spot just within his. Andrew Thomas was called into a U23 camp over the summer and both George Marks (Clemson) and Alec Smir (UNC) are set to take over programs with more than its fair share of top goalkeepers in its history. Garces needs a confident fall to springboard into an even more convincing spring and summer run, otherwise he’ll go down as a once-promising young athlete who struggled to put the pieces in order.

Freshmen

1. Patrick Schulte (Saint Louis) - 18
2. Collin Travasos (California) - 18
3. Mario Perez (Purdue Fort Wayne) - 18
4. Tomas Romero (Georgetown, El Salvador) - 18
5. Kris Shakes (Penn State) - 18
6. Marcus Peterkin (Connecticut) - 18
7. Nate Holladay (UNC Asheville) - 18
8. Duncan Wegner (Hofstra) - 18
9. Michael Collodi (Columbia) - 18
10. Rhone Ellis (NC State) - 18

Make or break: Patrick Schulte. Schulte broke onto the scene with his US Open Cup heroics this summer, clawing out three penalty saves to push St. Louis FC into the third round. (Watch the highlights and penalty saves here.) Last year we saw Matt Freese leave Harvard after only his sophomore season and 14 collegiate starts to sign with the Philadelphia Union, where he already has 6 starts in MLS action. While Schulte may not have the opportunity to leave after his freshman fall, professional teams are looking younger and younger to establish their goalkeeping cores. If Schulte can prove he’s on a professional track, don’t be surprised if the US Open Cup hero gets an early start on his legacy as an MLS goalkeeper, if not something abroad.

Past Collegiate Goalkeeper Rankings

2018: Preseason and Final
2017: Preseason and Final
2016: Preseason and Final
2015: Preseason and Final
2014: Final

cover photo from Colgate athletics

NCAA Preseason Goalkeeper Rankings - Women's 2019

Seniors

1. Mandy McGlynn (Virginia Tech) - 20
2. Ella Dederick (Washington State) - 23
3. Mikayla Krzeczowski (South Carolina) - 21
4. Jalen Tompkins (Colorado) - 22
5. Rylee Foster (West Virginia, Canada) - 20
6. Jaelyn Cunningham (Illinois) - 21
7. Emily Plotz (Stetson) - 21
8. Teagan Micah (UCLA, Australia) - 21
9. Heather Martin (Texas State) - 21
10. Amanda Fitzgerald (Fairleigh Dickinson) - 21

Make or beak: Mikayla Krzeczowski. It’s the classic question of “Can the undersized goalkeeper cover the whole goal?” The 5’6” senior was named first-team All-SEC last year but will likely need a repeat showing to convince NWSL teams she’s worth bringing in next spring. Krzeczowski is quick and is surprisingly explosive, although handling has been an issue as LSU fans might remember. If Krzeczowski comes in with strong hands, shows she can cover everything under the crossbar, and gets a little help from her teammates to make a deep run, Krzeczowski could hear her name called in January. Anything else, and she may be outside looking in this time next year.

Juniors

1. Emily Alvarado (TCU, Mexico) - 21
2. Sydney Schneider (UNC Wilmington, Jamaica) - 19
3. Kaylie Collins (USC) - 21
4. Hillary Beall (Michigan) - 20
5. Lysianne Proulx (Syracuse, Canada) - 20
6. Brooke Heinsohn (Duke) - 21
7. Laurel Ivory (Virginia) - 19
8. Nadine Maher (Southeastern Louisiana, Ireland) - 21
9. Emma Roccaforte (McNeese State) - 20
10. Katelyn McEachern (Youngstown State) - 21

Make or beak: Hillary Beall. Going into her junior year, Beall still only has 17 matches to her name as 2018 was derailed with a leg injury. Beall spent this summer with the UWS’s LA Galaxy Orange County and while the added playing time and training will surely boost her confidence heading into the fall, her main litmus test will be found in quick decision making. The 5’11” goalkeeper has no problem laying out for a full stretch, but angle play and 1v1s aren’t her strong suit. Coming off a championship run with the LA Galaxy Orange County in the UWS summer league, Beall isn’t a stranger to winning, but prepping herself for the 2021 NWSL draft is her latest challenge.

Sophomores

1. Hensley Hancuff (Villanova) - 18
2. Lauren Brzykcy (UCLA) - 19
3. Courtney O'Malley (UNC Asheville) - 19
4. Claudia Dickey (North Carolina) - 19
5. Mackenzie Wood (Northwestern) - 19
6. Lydia Kessel (Vermont) - 19
7. Brooke Bollinger (Florida State) - 19
8. Meagan McClelland (Rutgers) - 18
9. Madison Clem (Michigan State) - 20
10. Olivia Sekany (California) - 20

Make or beak: Olivia Sekany. While Brooke Bollinger might have a little bit of work to fend off redshirt senior Caroline Jeffers, Cal has their hands full with their goalkeeping situation. Rising sophomores Olivia Sekany and Amanda Zodikoff split time last year and US U17 goalkeeper Angelina Anderson joins them this fall. The U17 World Cup veteran arrives at Berkeley with enough prestige that immediately puts pressure on Sekany. As a former U18 goalkeeper, Sekany needs to show that last year’s 58% save percentage was an anomaly or else she may be playing second fiddle to a freshman goalkeeper.

Freshmen

1. Jenny Wahlen (Portland, Sweden) - 20
2. Angelina Anderson (California) - 18
3. Anna Leat (Georgetown, New Zealand) - 18
4. Emma Boutorwick (Toledo) - 18
5. Maggie Van Thullenar (Auburn) - 18
6. Kayza Massey (West Virginia, Canada) - 18
7. Heather Hinz (South Carolina) - 18
8. Maya Bellomo (Baylor) - 18
9. Katie Meyer (Stanford) - 19
10. Alisa Crooks (Alabama) - 18

Make or beak: Anna Leat. Freshmen have the luxury of time so Leat isn’t necessarily in a massive crunch. However, the New Zealander started in the U17 World Cup and needs to show Georgetown she’s worth the investment. Georgetown heavily relied on graduated senior Arielle Schechtman last season but enter this fall with an open net. If Leat can’t nail down the starting spot sooner than later, the Hoyas may start looking elsewhere with the future of the net.

Past Collegiate Goalkeeper Rankings

2018: Preseason and Final
2017: Preseason and Final
2016: Preseason and Final
2015: Preseason and Final

Cover photo from Hokiesports.com

Top 300 European Club Elo Ratings

cover photo belongs to Getty Images

W-T-L records are tallied from the last two years of domestic and Champions League play while the Elo rating is based off of the last four years of performances. The last three columns count how many times a team plays against a team in the top 50, 150, or 300.

Graphs of past team performances can be made available at request. An example can be found here.

Last updated August 1, 2019.

RankClubRatingCountryW-T-Lppgvs. top50vs. top150vs. top3006m elo change
1Lyon2257France57-5-02.84255354+28
2Wolfsburg2047Germany47-6-62.49445252-44
3Bayern München1937Germany40-7-72.35434747-69
4PSG1884France41-5-42.56174344-53
5Turbine Potsdam1851Germany25-12-71.98363939-20
6Chelsea1820England35-12-72.17284347+49
7Arsenal1796England29-4-52.39183133+31
8SGS Essen1783Germany23-11-101.82363939+7
9Barcelona1760Spain60-7-82.49153767+128
10Manchester City1734England32-9-72.19273741-22
11Freiburg1681Germany22-8-141.68363939-79
12FFC Frankfurt1669Germany19-5-191.44353838+26
13Hoffenheim1662Germany17-7-201.32363939-14
14Göteborg1644Sweden25-10-81.98303535+26
15Rosengård1624Sweden28-12-111.88344141+39
16Lillestrøm1621Norway41-5-62.46143441-76
17Montpellier1618France32-5-132.02144041-10
18SC Sand1599Germany15-10-191.25363939-21
19Atletico Madrid1555Spain53-6-72.582758-2
20Birmingham City1540England22-4-121.84172934-26
21Piteå1535Sweden26-7-101.98313535-43
22Sporting Braga1500Portugal38-5-12.731133-13
23Vittsjö1499Sweden14-14-151.3283434+100
24Linköping1496Sweden25-13-151.66354343-1
25BIIK Kazygurt1475Kazakhstan39-1-42.6841113-15
26Kristianstad1466Sweden20-11-121.65303535+1
27Eskilstuna United1454Sweden18-9-161.47283535+19
28Juventus1443Italy38-4-52.5141833-35
29Slavia Praha1440Czech Republic37-6-62.3991722-107
30Klepp1427Norway26-6-92.05112732+19
31Sporting CP1417Portugal43-4-32.6631437+39
32Duisburg1417Germany11-4-290.84353939-58
33Werder Bremen1410Germany7-9-280.68353939+89
34Leverkusen1408Germany18-5-201.37213539+62
35Reading1405England17-8-131.55183032-100
36KIF Örebro1402Sweden22-12-131.66123139+171
37Paris1398France17-11-161.41103737+20
38Sparta Praha1389Czech Republic32-4-42.58914+117
39Glasgow City1371Scotland43-3-52.5921231+37
40Bayern München II1370Germany33-8-72.2343742+89
41Brøndby1358Denmark32-6-62.327921+0
42Växjö1325Sweden20-7-171.52253434-32
43Bordeaux1316France15-11-181.27163839+26
44Sandviken1314Norway20-11-121.65102833+37
45Fiorentina1313Italy35-7-112.11102038+40
46Zhytlobud-21312Ukraine32-3-42.540414-18
47Zürich1312Switzerland49-11-52.432942-39
48Spartak Subotica1311Serbia37-1-82.4321022+3
49Kolbotn1309Norway18-9-141.54112532+69
50USV Jena1302Germany16-8-241.17184041+59
51Liverpool1294England16-2-201.32192832-47
52St. Pölten1292Austria34-1-52.582620+0
53CSKA Moskva1291Russia22-6-52.1821723+155
54Breidablik1289Iceland32-2-32.650822+60
55Djurgården1286Sweden14-9-201.19313535-67
56Røa1281Norway19-4-171.5392632-5
57Arna-Bjørnar1280Norway18-11-131.5592632-90
58Zhytlobud-11275Ukraine37-2-22.766717+42
59Soyaux1274France13-12-191.16173838+5
60Dijon1270France25-5-141.8282832+33
61Köln1270Germany16-7-241.17203940+25
62Ferencváros1266Hungary39-3-42.6101126+54
63Hammarby1260Sweden22-7-191.52203439-13
64LB071253Sweden12-4-270.93303535-101
65PK-35 Vantaa1251Finland19-8-42.101220+0
66Vålerenga1249Norway21-7-151.63122733-1
67Guingamp1249France12-10-221.05123838-9
68Ajax1244Netherlands37-16-72.1242143+32
69Olimpia Cluj1240Romania40-2-42.65012-40
70Marseille1240France21-6-191.562637+65
71Lokomotiv Moskva1239Russia14-6-61.8531722+108
72Twente1236Netherlands33-8-72.2321637+15
73Meppen1229Germany27-10-111.953140+124
74Fortuna Hjørring1218Denmark33-3-62.433717+0
75HJK1211Finland30-7-62.2601633+61
76Avaldsnes1203Norway17-12-211.26112936-30
77Hibernian1200Scotland35-5-52.445629-64
78AIK1200Sweden25-15-141.6702843+133
79Wolfsburg II1198Germany30-6-12243040-34
80Saint-Étienne1192France33-8-52.3301427+23
81Anderlecht1190Belgium44-5-62.4911241+35
82AC Milan1188Italy16-3-32.323717+4
83Fleury 911186France11-11-221163838-76
84Granadilla1179Spain33-9-181.882654+138
85Bristol City1177England12-5-211.08212833-38
86Gintra1175Lithuania40-2-52.6456+6
87Kungsbacka1169Sweden20-13-151.5292838-111
88Ryazan1168Russia19-9-71.8942126-141
89Hoffenheim II1165Germany29-7-121.9643442-225
90SFK 20001159Bosnia and Herzegovina41-3-42.632213+23
91Umeå1157Sweden24-15-141.6413143+175
92Manchester United1157England18-1-12.750213+66
93Valur1152Iceland27-4-62.301021+210
94Lille1150France10-11-230.93163838+16
95Mönchengladbach1149Germany15-5-241.14223038-46
96Pomurje1142Slovenia11-1-02.83002+0
97Minsk1140Belarus44-3-42.650110-2
98Rodez1130France8-11-240.81133737-9
99Assi1127Sweden24-16-131.6612844-59
100Uppsala1124Sweden22-11-211.4323044+100
101Saarbrücken1113Germany19-15-131.53103541-86
102Apollon Limassol1108Cyprus38-5-42.53048+38
103Honka1103Finland27-12-91.9411836+19
104Zvezda Perm1101Russia18-5-141.5931925-123
105Kvarnsveden1096Sweden21-14-171.4833244-115
106Kiryat Gat1093Israel37-9-82.2211133+53
107Benfica1091Portugal23-6-151.771334+68
108Lidköping1089Sweden22-8-111.812941-178
109Kalmar1089Sweden15-4-301223339+94
110PSV1086Netherlands23-9-161.6361938-16
111Trondheims-Ørn1083Norway10-12-191.02112632+18
112Barcelona FA1082Cyprus40-5-22.662913-4
113Real Sociedad1079Spain23-15-211.4262353+128
114Turbine Potsdam II1076Germany25-4-191.6523240+51
115Sturm Graz1075Austria28-5-62.280518-2
116Everton1065England7-5-260.68222934-29
117Gütersloh1062Germany19-9-191.463341+2
118Real Betis1060Spain28-10-221.5782553+32
119Górnik Łęczna1053Poland44-7-42.53279-47
120FFC Frankfurt II1051Germany19-8-211.3593642+41
121Levante1050Spain28-11-211.5882554-89
122Metz1049France23-3-171.6782128+29
123Medyk Konin1040Poland40-6-112.21058-99
124Kubanochka1038Russia12-8-121.3851922+60
125Hessen Wetzlar1033Germany19-4-251.2783542-16
126Estoril Praia1033Portugal26-8-101.9571435+24
127Athletic Club1032Spain32-10-181.7762354-83
128Celtic1028Scotland25-4-131.884927+101
129Stabæk1027Norway13-5-241.0572732-155
130Cloppenburg1018Germany20-10-181.4633040-68
131PAOK1018Greece41-2-42.66007+39
132Vllaznia999Albania46-0-22.88018+49
133Weinberg995Germany28-9-181.6932532+24
134Grenoble Foot 38994France24-10-121.7801730+70
135Atalanta991Italy22-9-131.741528+58
136ASA Tel Aviv987Israel26-7-151.7701728+207
137Chertanovo987Russia15-6-131.521925-122
138Brighton & Hove Albion984England16-5-171.39121832+125
139Ljusdal982Sweden5-10-110.9612126+0
140Sunderland966England20-4-181.5291418-160
141Thór / KA965Iceland25-6-111.9321225-138
142MTK964Hungary28-7-171.7541329-38
143ASPTT Albi957France15-11-201.2272435-78
144Arminia Bielefeld950Germany24-2-92.1101018+0
145Mallbacken945Sweden22-7-241.3802843-62
146ADO Den Haag942Netherlands22-11-161.5741736-2
147Standard Liège942Belgium22-11-221.402240+80
148Yzeure Allier941France22-13-111.7201529-102
149Åland United941Finland21-10-131.6601733-94
150Roma938Italy11-3-81.643917+1
151Albergaria935Portugal19-9-161.571634+44
152Gent924Belgium27-9-161.7301138-93
153Viktoria Berlin919Germany30-3-22.66007+0
154KuPS918Finland7-2-61.530613+N/A
155Ladies Genk916Belgium21-15-161.502037+38
156Valencia915Spain22-19-191.4262254-86
157Okzhetpes912Kazakhstan26-1-92.19777-82
158Durham911England22-8-81.950728-98
159Tottenham Hotspur906England21-5-121.790828+98
160JyPK903Finland21-7-161.5901733-58
161Slovan Bratislava903Slovakia34-1-42.64019+16
162Espanyol900Spain16-16-281.0782754+117
163Asarum899Sweden10-12-191.0203141-89
164Osijek897Croatia30-2-32.63126+0
165Lyn890Norway14-7-221.14112932+114
166Grasshopper887Switzerland25-9-221.541137+229
167Valadares Gaia886Portugal18-8-181.4181536-105
168Östersunds DFF884Sweden3-3-61023+N/A
169Kolding880Denmark18-6-141.585918+0
170Neulengbach878Austria20-3-131.750719+62
171Charlton Athletic876England34-2-72.420417-35
172Schott Mainz876Germany18-7-121.6551320+0
173Nancy874France20-10-161.5201630-22
174TiPS874Finland23-7-181.5801636+179
175Brommapojkarna873Sweden3-5-70.9301115+N/A
176Stjarnan872Iceland22-7-151.6621223-235
177Marítimo871Portugal8-5-91.3241021+7
178Yeovil Town870England2-3-330.24223233+17
179Stade de Reims869France30-9-52.250219+21
180Split869Croatia28-1-22.74004+18
181Basel868Switzerland31-11-171.765940-62
182Ataşehir Belediyespor866Turkey28-5-62.281413-98
183Florentia863Italy9-3-101.363817-95
184Heerenveen862Netherlands21-11-171.5141732+20
185Diósgyőri VTK859Hungary23-7-131.7711123+30
186Logroño859Spain8-5-170.9741630+48
187Aris855Greece35-4-32.6047+68
188Landhaus853Austria24-5-101.971820-16
189Andernach853Germany17-3-171.4631320+0
190Sevilla851Spain17-9-34183054+102
191Madrid840Spain18-9-331.0582954+68
192NSA Sofia836Bulgaria40-0-42.73023+19
193LASK Crvena Zvezda833Serbia23-5-101.957716-137
194Maccabi Kishronot Hadera831Israel25-10-131.7701529-85
195Voshod830Ukraine10-2-61.782411+61
196Lugano825Switzerland26-11-191.5941238+26
197Morön821Sweden5-1-91.0711315+N/A
198Beşiktaş820Turkey28-6-42.370512+19
199Zaragoza819Spain6-5-190.7731224+0
200Luzern818Switzerland23-14-191.4851339-92
201Vendenheim815France21-5-201.4802030-113
202Le Havre814France13-4-51.950013+62
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204Sporting de Huelva804Spain17-11-311.0572753-85
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