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Twenty three days after co-hosts Poland kicked off the action with a 1-1 draw against Greece, Euro 2012 is rapidly reaching its Grand Finale. There are just hours to go before Spain face off against Italy in Kiev’s Olympic Stadium … 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
Day eleven of Euro 2012 and only ten teams remain. Along with Ireland, Sweden, Denmark and Poland, some names that many would have expected to fall at the first hurdle (no disrespect meant), the final two teams on the list … Continue reading
The Champions’ League semi-finals were played to a close this week, as the second-legs of this year’s last four match-ups took place in Barcelona and Madrid respectively. Many had predicted, right from the start of this year’s tournament, that we … 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
The UEFA Champions League quarter-finals second-legs took place in midweek, with the remaining eight teams still standing in this year’s competition, looking to take another step on the road to Munich for May’s final. Chelsea, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich … Continue reading
UEFA’S secondary European club competition, the Europa League, formerly the UEFA Cup, is seen by many in Britain as unimportant. The media portrays it as a “Mickey Mouse” tournament, so in turn the fans, and now certain clubs, treat it … Continue reading