18 August 1999 Both the governments and the national football teams of the Baltic states have enjoyed some sound victories in international competitions in the 1990s. But, unlike the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland, neither the Baltic governments nor their football teams have reached the very top-making their desire to prove their capabilities to audiences […]

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