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Archives: Euro 2012

Euro 2012 Injury Report For All 16 Teams

Posted on by Brian Kazaara

The end of another competitive season of European club football signals the beginning of the premier European Championship for nations.  Since its inception in 1960, the UEFA European Football Championship has — every 4 years — been one of the most highly anticipated … Continue reading

4 Young Players that May Set Euro 2012 Alight From Group C

Posted on by Sarad Shrestha

Here is a look at one young player from each of the 4 Group C teams. These players are most likely to make an impact for their respective country at the Euro 2012. Group C Croatia Ivan Perisic PLAYER INFORMATION … Continue reading

Euro 2012 News: John Terry In A Race to Be Fit for Euro 2012

Posted on by Alex Muller

Two days to go until Euro 2012 kicks off, and there’s a ton of news to report this morning: John Terry misses training in race to be fit for England’s opener against France — The Telegraph Ukraine struggle after 10 … Continue reading

Listen to EPL Talk’s Euro 2012 Playlist, For Your Listening Pleasure [MUSIC]

Posted on by Christopher Harris

I used to love compiling mix-tapes especially in the days of cassette tapes. I’d buy a pack of Maxell cassettes and then literally spend hours of lazy Sunday afternoons sorting through my record collection to find the right tracks, in … Continue reading

Behind-the-Scenes Look at ESPN’s Studio Set for its Euro 2012 Coverage [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris

I love stuff like this. ESPN has wisely given us a behind-the-scenes look at their studio set for its coverage of Euro 2012, which kicks off this Friday. While ESPN made the decision to have the studio set stationed in … Continue reading

Euro 2012 News: Does 4-4-2 Work for England?

Posted on by Alex Muller

Here’s today’s Euro 2012 news: Does 4-4-2 work for England? — The Guardian TSN announces Euro 2012 TV coverage plans for Canada — Canadian Sports Media Blog Laurent Koscielny and Gael Clichy could face England on Monday — Sky Sports … Continue reading

EPL Talk’s Euro 2012 Coverage Moves to Poland-Ukraine, Literally

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Since May 15, EPL Talk has been bringing you daily coverage leading up to Euro 2012 — complete with videos, articles and podcast episodes. Now, we’re ready to take our Euro 2012 coverage to the next level. I’m very excited … Continue reading

England Needs to Play Ugly to Stand Any Chance at Euro 2012

Posted on by Michael Schwartz
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In the final days before Euro 2012 kicks off, questions abound over how far England can realistically go this summer. As the injuries continue to mount, optimism steadily decreases over England’s chances. Yet, could lowered expectations work in England’s favor? … Continue reading

ESPN Classic to Air Classic Matches from Past UEFA European Championships This Week

Posted on by Christopher Harris

ESPN Classic, in the United States, will be broadcasting several classic UEFA European Championships this week in the lead-up to the start of Euro 2012 on Friday. The schedule is as follows: Monday, June 4 Croatia vs Turkey, Euro 2008 … Continue reading

Euro 2012 News: Croatia Striker Ivica Olic Ruled Out of Euro 2012 With Injury

Posted on by Alex Muller

Here are the latest Euro 2012 news stories from the last 24 hours: Croatia striker Ivica Olic has been ruled out of the Euro 2012 finals with a thigh injury — Yahoo Sports Andrés Iniesta inspires Spain to win over … Continue reading

English Journalists Need to Get Behind Roy Hodgson’s Decision to Exclude Rio Ferdinand

Posted on by Christopher Harris

There’s a struggle happening on the pitch in England, and it’s not between the footballers. Instead, it’s a battle of words between England manager Roy Hodgson and many of the English tabloid journalists over the exclusion of Manchester United centre-half … Continue reading

5 Must-See Euro 2012 Group Matches to Mark On Your Calendar

Posted on by Patrick Devaney

With the exception of Lionel Messi, European footballers are up on a pedestal as simply the greatest collection of a continent’s players there is. With South American football going through a transition stage, it is countries such as Germany, Spain … Continue reading

4 Young Players that May Set Euro 2012 Alight From Group B

Posted on by Sarad Shrestha

Here is a look at one young player from each of the 4 Group B teams most likely to make an impact for their respective country at the Euro 2012. If you missed the one for Group A, read it … Continue reading

Euro 2012 News: Gary Cahill Set for New Scan as England Fear Injury Crisis

Posted on by Alex Muller

The countdown for Euro 2012 is nearing its end. Just five days to go. Here are the latest Euro 2012 stories: Gary Cahill set for new scan as England fear injury crisis — The Guardian Wesley Sneijder says Euros are … Continue reading

How Optimistic Are You About England’s Chances At Euro 2012? [POLL]

Posted on by Christopher Harris

England, oh England, a country so great. Or is it? After beating Belgium 1-0 at Wembley, England now finds itself ready for Euro 2012. However, the question marks about John Terry and Gary Cahill’s injury problems still hangs over their … Continue reading

England vs Belgium, Euro 2012 Warm Up: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

England plays their final friendly today before Euro 2012 when they take on Belgium at Wembley. Coverage in the United States begins at Noon ET on FOX Soccer. The most important thing for England today is to ensure that no … Continue reading

Euro 2012 News: Oxlade-Chamberlain and Welbeck to Start for England Against Belgium

Posted on by Alex Muller

Six days to go until Euro 2012 kicks off. And today we have a treat in store with England against Belgium at Noon ET (live on FOX Soccer, for readers in the United States). With Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Danny Welbeck … Continue reading

4 Young Players that May Set Euro 2012 Alight From Group A

Posted on by Sarad Shrestha

The European Championships is one of the most prestigious international tournaments in the world of football. It only pales to the World Cup in terms of popularity. It is a stage where legends are made, where dreams are fulfilled, and … Continue reading