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How Will You Be Watching Euro 2012?

Another tournament is about to begin in a far off land. While we may feel that we’re almost there thanks to the wonder of television and wall-to-wall coverage, there remains the issue of trying to figure out how to squeeze Euro 2012 matches into our busy lives. European soccer, after […]

Euro 2012 Injury Report For All 16 Teams

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 and watched tournaments on the globe. This year promises to […]

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

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 Republic of Ireland’s draw with Hungary forces rethink for Euro […]

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Three possible defensive midfield options for Arsenal in the January transfer market

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger the broke news, and the hearts of Arsenal fans, on Monday by confirming defensive midfielder Francis Coquelin will be sidelined “at least two months” with a knee injury suffered during Arsenal’s disappointing 2-1 defeat to West Brom on Saturday.  Coquelin is one of the most important […]

Pep Guardiola: Bayern Munich’s Champions League match against Olympiakos ‘a final for us’

Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola insists Tuesday’s Champions League clash against Olympiakos is effectively ‘a final’ for the Germans in the battle to finish top of the group. Both Olympiakos and Bayern have nine points in Group F, but Guardiola’s Bavarians lead the table with an overwhelming goal difference and […]