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Qlamqtar 2022 FIFA World Cup | Team Profile | Luxembourg: RIP The Luck of the Irish

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With the Qlamqtar 2022 world cup only about 14 periods away (depending on your own set of menstrual circumstances), I’m going to be answering all the burning questions leading up to the tournament. Today, I take a look at Luxembourg, just another team who have now beaten the hapless Irish. Proving that if you think the luck of the Irish is a thing, haha then yeah, okay. Good on you. You do you, alright?  

 

 

Luxembourg’s soccer players spend their summers by moving their flag close to their face, staring at the bottom stripe and imagining they’re by the seaside

 

LUXEMBOURG
The luck of Irish huh? haha yeah okay!

In March 2021, Luxembourg’s win against the Republic of Ireland in Dublin became just another event in the long, watertight case that the luck of Irish may be a flawed scientific theory. All the moments and instances and shamrock keyrings that previously had inspired the luck of the Irish were finally laid to rest on that fateful day in March 2021 in Dublin where a 85th minute winner condemned the Irish team to its lowest and unluckiest day in the nation’s history. Rest in Peace, Luck of the Irish. Let’s be honest, based on your historical sports, economical, military and musical performance, we actually hardly knew ye.

One to watch

 

What young boy or girl doesn’t dream of living like royalty, in their very own Disney fairytale? Even getting a glimpse of the grandeur of Europe’s last remaining monarchy can make a little girl or boy weak at the knees so keep a watchful eye out for Grand Duke Henri and who knows, maybe you too can become a magical prince or princess, living an enchanted life in a tiny landlocked patch of woodlands in central Europe with no major sports team, notable music festivals or even a goddamn casino of note. (sidenote: the Grand Duke’s wife, the Grand Duchess is from Cuba, proving there’s hope for all of us.)

Learn the lingo & speak like a local!

 

Upcoming matches
World Cup Qualifying | Europe

Oct 9
Luxembourg  🇱🇺  x 🇷🇸  Serbia

Oct 12
Portugal 🇵🇹  x 🇱🇺  Luxembourg