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7 June 2012
As Ireland make a welcome return to the big stage, Paul Kelly assesses the men in green's chances of causing another upset or two in Ukraine and Poland
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7 June 2012
Surprise packages at Euro 2008, Slaven Bilic's side know they'll need to be at their best to progress from Group C. Jonathan Wilson previews Croatia.
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7 June 2012
With Italian football rocked by allegations of match-fixing, the national team could boost their public by bringing home some silverware. Matt Barker assesses the Azzurri's hopes of repeating the trick of 2006...
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7 June 2012
The World and European champions will unsurprisingly be among the favourites for Euro 2012. Graham Hunter runs the rule over La Furia Roja
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6 June 2012
Planning to travel to Poland to watch Roy’s boys? Think again – all England matches will be played in Ukraine. Because we love you and we want you to be happy, we’ve put together this handy travel guide to Donestk. Read on to learn where to stay, what to see, and what to do while Greece are playing.
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6 June 2012
In the July issue of FourFourTwo, Antonin Panenka exclusively recalls the greatest and most imitated penalty of all time: the chip that won the European Championship and inspired a million copycats.
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6 June 2012
Out of all the bits of Spain that be, Galicia is by far LLL’s favourite.
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6 June 2012
Ever hear the one about the team who were 'on the beach' just days before the start of the tournament they were about to win? Oh, you have? Every four years since 1992? Here's Ben Lyttleton on Denmark's chances 20 years on.
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6 June 2012
Perennial underachievers they may be, but Portugal do still possess perhaps Europe's finest player. Ben Lyttleton assesses A Selecção's chances in Poland and Ukraine
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6 June 2012
Imagine the old-fashioned German efficiency married to the attacking brio of, say, Holland. No wonder, says Ulrich Hesse, the German fans are loving this team...

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