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It’s eight days after the final of Euro 2012. The dust has settled on what was, in the main, a fantastic international tournament. Plenty of goals, some surprises along the way, some fantastic skill, drama and, of course, a few … Continue reading
The quarter finals are over and we’re down to four nations competing for European glory. Spain, Portugal, Germany and Italy remain, nations that are no strangers to success on the biggest stages of International football. Between them they have won … Continue reading
In earlier posts I had a stab at predicting who would make the last eight and, after all has been said and done, I emerged with a prediction accuracy of 50%. While this ain’t much to shout about, it isn’t … Continue reading
In just under a month, two giants of European club football will go head to head in a winner-takes-all encounter, the prize; to be crowned Champions’ League winners for 2011/12. Europe’s elite club competition is approaching its climax and this … Continue reading
Barcelona booked their place in the quarter finals of this season’s Champions’ League in truly emphatic style on Wednesday night at the Camp Nou. Leading, German side, Bayer Leverkusen 1-3 from the first-leg three weeks ago, the Catalan masters, and, … Continue reading
On the weekend of 11th and 12th November international football again come to the fore in the run up to Euro 2012 in Poland and the Ukraine. As well as the first legs of the Euro 2012 play-offs on Friday … Continue reading