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4 June 2012
As Euro 2012 draws ever closer, FourFourTwo.com's Eastern European expert Mark Gilbey tells us more about the football history of the two host nations. First, Poland...
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2 June 2012
Among the many marvellous features in the new FourFourTwo – out now, folks – there's a rundown of the 50 Moments That Rocked The Euros. Among them are the following, lovingly presented in the form of moving pictures. Don't say we never do anything for you...
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1 June 2012
You may laugh, but there is an outside chance the Chelsea custodian and his Czech czhums could come up against Stephen Hunt's Republic of Ireland in the semis...
1 June 2012
"I want to continue to win trophies"
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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