Euro 2012 Group B Preview (EPL Talk Podcast)

When it comes to Group B, we are in for a treat. History, heritage and ‘hate’ – of sorts. So how will the football be played? How much does that change for the new generations who are making their own narrative in this tournament?

With Germany, Holland, Denmark and Portugal mixing up the style and approach to football it is a clash of approach and style for Euro Talk as we look at the background and entry from each club. Super-stars from across Europe only line this group as the grit and determination of each side comes out.

Do you fancy anyone from this group? Could it really be that Denmark will get through with some draws and a ‘surprise’? As squads are released and players make their bid to play in the tournament, how important is every person in the 23 man squad?

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2 thoughts on “Euro 2012 Group B Preview (EPL Talk Podcast)”

  1. So, is it just now physically impossible to mention Cristiano Ronaldo’s name without simultaneously mentioning Lionel Messi, and vice versa?

  2. Not sure what the gentleman’s name is. But the guy who said Brazil and Portugal are on the same level has proven to me that he really has little respect for non-euro football over the 1st two podcasts. He failed to even mention Uruguay (when mentioning who Holland played) a team who at the moment is a really good side and i think would beat Denmark and draw with Portugal. But i guess that’s what makes an opinion an opinion.

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