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ITV’s What Dreams Are Made Of TV Commercials for Euro 2012 [VIDEO]

Depending on who you support and where your allegiances lie, it’s been a glorious week of English football with an incredible end to the Premier League season and a come-from-behind win for Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League. For those of you who may want something a little bit different, here’s a video that promotes ITV’s coverage of Euro 2012 featuring their series of “What Dreams Are Made Of” advertising campaign.

We’ve shown one of these in previous weeks, but this particular video includes several from the series. The video first shows exactly what happened in history, followed by the ITV commercial.

Enjoy!

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2 Comments

  1. D

    May 21, 2012 at 8:40 pm

    You are joking about Swedan making the final right?

  2. trickybrkn

    May 19, 2012 at 10:43 pm

    Sweden V Germany final I think… not sure England even get past the groups. I just remember watching David James give up a spot kick v France and that pretty much defined England in Euro 2004… They could have easily beat a Greek team if a first seed, and then been favorites. but England seem to lead in moments of madness. Of course there was the wink and a card and Beckham & Darius Vassell misses… Its almost like you don’t want England to score first… I remember when Owen scored V Portugal thinking THEY NEED MORE. and if not for Lampard late late goal in extra time… those penalties would be moot.

    So like 2004.. a win V France to open this thing up will speak volumes. Hate to say the first match is a must win… but I’m just drawing up bad history.

    And there needs to be a new Three Lions song.

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