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1 June 2012
"The goal and the title was for them. They suffered with us all season. It was such a joyous moment"
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1 June 2012
Brendan Rodgers’ Swansea side were applauded from the field by Liverpool supporters after their performance at Anfield back in November. That is rare to see in the modern game – even in front of a set of supporters renowned for appreciating good football – particularly because of the scoreline. Swansea hadn’t even won the game. They had drawn 0-0.
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1 June 2012
The Euros are upon us, but we've managed to squeeze out one more intensely intriguing issue before heading to the pub for a month. (The boss isn't reading this, right?)
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1 June 2012
At one stage it seemed as though Lviv was perhaps the most doubtful of the four Ukrainian host venues at this summer’s European Championships. After all, preparations could hardly be considered trouble-free.
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1 June 2012
The Back of the Net boys file their final Euro 2012 team preview. Last and possibly least, it's England, as previewed by Paul Watson
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1 June 2012
Good old Tim Stannard continues his rundown of the Spanish season's successes and sucky messes
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1 June 2012
The Back of the Net team continue their build-up to Euro 2012 with individual team profiles. Here, Paul Watson takes a peek at everybody's favourite side, France…
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31 May 2012
The Back of the Net boys examine each participating country in depth...
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31 May 2012
The Back of the Net team continue their build-up to Euro 2012 with individual team profiles. Here, Paul Watson takes a long loving look at Sweden…
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31 May 2012
GetafeFinal Position 11th LLL Rating B-During a wee chat with LLL after the end of the season, Getafe boss Luis García had  a ‘so-so’ sort of vibe about him when discussing how his side's season had gone. The club met its expectations of staying in la Primera for a another year, and that’s still a pretty decent achievement considering Dani Güiza was absolutely hopeless up front, Pedro León was almost constantly injured, Pablo Sarabia was a disappointment, Javier Arizmendi had returned to the ranks and the club only had an average home crowd of 17. The bad side was that the optimism surrounding a somewhat sexier future for the club has been temporarily squished by the apparent collapse of the Getafe Team Dubai kerfuffle, with the investment originally promised this summer and beyond seemingly dead and buried.

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