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Euro 2012 News: Theo Walcott A Doubt for Ukraine Match After Injury Setback

The suspense is building for tomorrow’s England match against Ukraine, but there’s still two high-quality games on television today — Spain against Croatia, and Ireland versus Italy.

Here are the latest Euro 2012 news headlines for today:

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  1. Guy

    June 18, 2012 at 12:44 pm

    Here’s one you missed:

    Absolutely ridiculous. How can anyone at UEFA keep a straight face when they talk about battling racism?

    • Pete

      June 18, 2012 at 1:42 pm

      Seems like a determined effort by the left wing rag to put racism and the Euro’s in the same story line, despite Porto’s fans having absolutely nothing at all to do with the Euro’s in Poland and Ukraine. Maybe the left wing propaganda machine in England (BBC and Guardian) are trying to justify there non stop drivel in the month leading up to this tournament. I wonder how many people were put off coming to this fantastic tournament by their nonsense?

  2. Frank

    June 18, 2012 at 9:24 am

    Wolcott will be fine for the Ukraine game but even if he isn’t England have enough quality to get the job done comfortably against a weaker opponent that may themsleves be without their best player, Shevchenko.

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