Swedish national team manager Janne Andersson spoke at his press conference ahead of tomorrow’s World Cup qualifying match against the Netherlands in Amsterdam.

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Sweden go into the game on the back of their 8-0 win over Luxembourg and only need to avoid a seven goal loss to seal second place and a play off spot.

Andersson said, ”I thought we played really well against Luxembourg. I also expected both the Netherlands and France to win their respective games although they both encountered tough games.

”I have been a manager for 32 years and I have been around. I understand the task ahead of the Dutch national team and I only lost one club game 7-0 many many years ago.

”I still have a big respect for the Dutch national team. I expect a very difficult game in Amsterdam against the Netherlands. We must remain concentrated throughout the 90 minutes and do our job.”

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