FAROES


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FAROESFleet Automatic Reconstruction & Opportunity Evaluation System
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But if the Faroes can show the ability that helped earn those wins against Greece then they should prove victorious and at 13-10 they make the most appeal.
The 42-times capped Lafferty, who scored the equaliser in a frustrating 1-1 draw with the Faroes in a Euro 2012 qualifier in Toftir in 2010, said: "They have beaten Greece twice and we know they'll be well organised and will work hard for each other.
"But Greece had already played four games and lost them before they lost to Faroes, so there was a general lack of morale.
Greece nearly scored in the first half as Nikos Karelis's shot was blocked on the line and Kostas Mitroglou hit the woodwork just before the Faroes scored on the break when Hansson turned in Solvi Vatnhamar's cross.
"We are coming into this game against the Faroes in a positive frame of mind following the Hungary result and our main focus is to take the three points.
It was Kerr's second competitive victory as Faroes coach.
FED-UP Scottish motorists could become "petrol tourists" - to the remote Faroe Isles.
Scottish Tory MEP Struan Stevenson, attending a fisheries conference in the Faroe Islands, warned of job cuts and a catastrophe for mackerel stocks.
Catching young fulmars in the Faroes was prohibited in 1938.
Faroe specializes in frozen and fresh ground fish, shellfish and salmon, plus salt fish, for the further processing and foodservice markets.
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