European draws revealed for NI teams

Published Friday, 18 July 2014
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Linfield will face opposition from Israel or Kazakstan if they progress to the next round of the Europa League.

European draws revealed for NI teams
Linfield manager Warren Feeney celebrates Thursday night's result. (© Presseye)

The Blues lead 1-0 going into the second leg with Swedish full timers AIK Solna. In the draw on Friday morning they were paired with either FC Astana or Hapoel Tel Aviv in the third qualifying round.

Meanwhile if Crusaders can come back from 4-0 down to Swedish side Brommapojkarna they would play Italian giants Torino.

In the Champions League, Cliftonville will be up against FC BATE Borisov of Belarus or KS Skënderbeu of Albanian if they can progress past Debreceni VSC.

The game is goalless after the first leg at Solitude this week.

Celtic face a possible tie with Irish title holders St Patrick's Athletic.

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Supporter in Belfast wrote (196 days ago):
Well done "the wee blues" good result against full timers, it'll be a tough return game but we can still be proud of the result, it'll be a tough league again this season, the Reds are looking good and the Crues and the Ports will also be a threat and we have lost some good players with few coming in, bring back John Easton as coach, what a player he was.
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