OGAE Serbia: Slovakia 12 points

by Stella Floras 132 views

Serbia are the next club to send in their votes for the international OGAE poll for the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest. Three ballads get maximum points from the Serbian fans whose votes alter the current top five by bringing Spain to #3.

OGAE Serbia are the ninth club to vote in the international fan club poll for the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest. This is the way the Serbian fans rate their favourites this year:

12 points: Slovakia
10 points: Israel
8 points: Spain
7 points: Armenia
6 points: Germany
5 points: Romania
4 points: Croatia
3 points: Iceland
2 points: Denmark
1 point: Azerbaijan

Just missing out: Greece, Norway and Sweden.

With the votes of the nine clubs in, Denmark still holds a strong lead, followed by seven countries fighting it out closely behind. Serbia's 12 points to Slovakia move them up four places and into the current OGAE top ten. So far, only 24 out of the 39 participating countries have received points from the OGAE members.

The Scoreboard

Denmark 51
Iceland 42
Spain 41
Ireland 39
Croatia 39
Germany 39
Armenia 38
Israel 36
Norway 27
Slovakia 25
Albania 21
Sweden 19
Azerbaijan 19
Greece 15
Switzerland 12
Belgium 11
Turkey 10
Lithuania 10
France 7
Romania 6
The Netherlands 4
Moldova 3
Ukraine 3
Serbia 2

PREVIOUS OGAE VOTES
OGAE Norway
OGAE Slovenia
OGAE Greece
OGAE France
OGAE UK, Luxembourg, Turkey, FYR Macedonia and Luxembourg

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Stella Floras

Thanks to Johnny Logan and Hold me now I fell in love with the Eurovision Song Contest, a love that's been going strong ever since with undiminished passion. My first memories date back to 1977 and the lyrics of Rock bottom, Dschinghis Khan and A ba ni bi are still engraved in my brain.

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