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Euro 2012 News: 21% of Euro 2012 Squad Members Play Their Football in England

number 9 Euro 2012 News: 21% of Euro 2012 Squad Members Play Their Football in England

We’re now in the single digits. Only 9 days to go until Euro 2012 kicks off! And the amount of news is beginning to increase considerably, as evidenced by the list below.

Instead of scouring all of the sites looking for Euro 2012-related news, EPL Talk does the work for you. Here are all of the Euro 2012 stories you need to know:

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5 Responses to Euro 2012 News: 21% of Euro 2012 Squad Members Play Their Football in England

  1. Fernando says:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/england/9299551/Euro-2012-views-from-abroad-on-England-at-the-finals.html

    Excellent article detailing the continental view of England’s chances for the Euro’s. Lots of views.

  2. dust says:

    What were the chances that the old man Lampard pulls up after a 9 month season with an injury, next to go down, Gerrard. Riddiculous squad selection.

    • Fernando says:

      Well who should’ve been picked then? In place of those two?

      • Dust says:

        Any of the played I listed below, and that’s if you go with Roy’s vision of a 4-4-2 which I don’t think they should. A 4-3-3 would be better given the players available.. Then you could take a couple more forwards.

  3. Dust says:

    Jordon Henderson !!! Are you kidding me! This guy was terrible for Liverpool this season. What on earth is Hodgson doing? He honestly thinks Henderson is better than adam johnson, cleverly, jake Livermore, Aaron Lennon or Rodwell. Wiltshire hasn’t played in nearly a year and I’d rather have him suit up.

    Seriously!

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