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Tag Archives: Greece
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
The Group stage is at an end, twelve frenetic days and forty-eight pulsating games later and we have arrived at our first rest-day. With no Euro action for us to feast on this evening, many face a night of classic … 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
As Euro 2012 continues at breakneck pace, with no let-up in sight, it has been tough to even draw breath, never mind to actually sit back and take stock of what we’ve seen and discuss it in some kind of … Continue reading
Following on from my profiles of the sixteen teams competing at Euro 2012, I thought I’d throw my sixpence into the ring and have a bash at some predictions. Trying to call what is likely to happen at major footballing … Continue reading