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  1. Euro '08 Preview–Group C (Part 2)

    After watching England thoroughly dominate the US in their 2-0 friendly victory at Wembley this afternoon, I’m back for the second half of this Group C preview. Italy: As the current world champion, Italy enters this tournament right at the … Continue reading

  2. The View From London: Afternoon Update

    Sky News ridiculed Sven Goran Eriksson possibly taking the Mexico job, and T&T was written off as a “weak opponent”. This shows the general contempt the UK based media has for CONCACAF Don Garber was interviewed on Sky News about … Continue reading

  3. The View From London: Afternoon Update

    Sky News ridiculed Sven Goran Eriksson possibly taking the Mexico job, and T&T was written off as a “weak opponent”. This shows the general contempt the UK based media has for CONCACAF Don Garber was interviewed on Sky News about … Continue reading

  4. Euro '08 Final Rosters–Group C

    France: GK (3): Steve Mandanda (Marseille), Grégory Coupet (Lyon), Sébastien Frey (Fiorentina) DEF (8): Eric Abidal (Barcelona), Jean-Alain Boumsong, Francois Clerc, and Sebastien Squillaci (Lyon), William Gallas (Arsenal), Patrice Evra (Manchester United), Willy Sagnol (Bayern Munich), Lilian Thuram (Barcelona) MID … Continue reading

  5. Euro 08 Coverage From ESPN Classic

    In the United States, ESPN Classic has kicked off their build-up to the coverage of Euro 2008 with a bang. In addition to the nightly broadcast of classic encounters from previous European Championships, the TV network is also airing the … Continue reading

  6. Euro '08 Final Rosters–Group B

    Austria: GK (3): Alex Manninger (Siena), Jürgen Macho (AEK Athens), Ramazan Özcan (Salzburg) DEF (8): Martin Stranzl (Spartak Moscow), Emanuel Pogatetz (Middlesbrough), Ronald Gërçaliu (Salzburg), Markus Katzer, Martin Hiden, and Jürgen Patocka (Rapid Wien), György Garics (Napoli), Sebastian Prödl (Sturm … Continue reading

  7. Euro '08 Final Rosters–Group A

    Czech Republic: GK (3): Petr Cech (Chelsea), Jaromír Blažek (Nuremberg), Daniel Zítka (Anderlecht) DEF (7): Zdenek Grygera (Juventus), Radoslav Kovác (Spartak Moscow), Marek Jankulovski (AC Milan), Zdenek Pospech (FC Copenhagen), Michal Kadlec (Sparta Prague), Tomáš Ujfaluši* (Fiorentina), David Rozehnal (Lazio) … Continue reading

  8. Greetings From London

    The only US related team news you’ll get in London regard Beasley and his club Rangers / Photo from Setanta Sports Later today here in the capital of the world (well at least the English speaking world) the United States … Continue reading

  9. Euro '08 Preview–Group C (Part 1)

    As I said yesterday, today’s plan goes like this: this preview (France and Holland), the final rosters for the Czech Republic, Switzerland, and Turkey (Group A) all in one post, the final rosters for Austria, Germany, and Poland (Group B) … Continue reading

  10. BBC Launches Euro 2008 Blog

    There are only 11 days (or 264 hours) between now and the beginning of Euro 2008, and it all seems a lot like World Cup 2006 all over again.To me, World Cup 2006 was the zenith of soccer coverage on … Continue reading

  11. Greece's Euro '08 Squad

    Wow, as soon as I finished posting the Dutch squad, Greece came out with their final roster. Tomorrow’s workload is getting lighter by the minute, as now only nine more nations still need to submit their teams. Greece is the … Continue reading

  12. Holland's Euro '08 Squad

    Dutch coach Marco van Basten just announced his final 23-man roster, leaving ten nations needing to do the same before tomorrow’s deadline. His last cut was former Chelsea and now Sevilla defender Khalid Boulahrouz. As you’ll see, this team is loaded with … Continue reading

  13. Euro '08 Preview–Group B

    I’ll get right to it — here’s a look at Group B, comprised of co-hosts Austria, Croatia, Germany, and Poland. If you’re a history buff and know anything about war in Europe over the past few centuries, you’ll understand why … Continue reading