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Euro 2012: France 1-1 England
England's preparation for Euro 2012 were disrupted by injuries - and not even Hodgson's backroom staff were safe as veteran coach Ray Clemence injured himself in the warm-up and had to be carried off.
Euro 2012: England captain Steven Gerrard full of praise for Alex Oxlade ...  Telegraph.co.uk
Inside the mind of Yohan Cabaye  UEFA.com
Euro 2012 final: Spain 4-0 Italy
Spain made history in magical fashion as they outclassed Italy and claimed a successive European crown to add to their 2010 World Cup triumph.
England 0-0 Italy (2-4 on pens)
England suffered penalty agony once more as Italy won a shoot-out after the Euro 2012 quarter-final finished goalless in Kiev.
Euro 2012: Russia punished for a third time for their fans' behaviour
Russia have been punished for a third time for the behaviour of their supporters during Euro 2012. The latest incident is for "the setting off and throwing of fireworks by spectators, and displaying of illicit banners" in their final Group A match ...
Euro 2012: Russia handed suspended six-point deduction for 2016 European ...  Telegraph.co.uk
The High Price of Euro Cup Mania  Slate Magazine
Tumbling towards the summit
The futility of treating the euro crisis as a series of separate national emergencies was plain for the world to see this week—first in Greece, then in Spain, and finally at the G20.
Germany overpower Greece in Gdansk  UEFA.com
Why Germany cannot save the euro  Credit Writedowns
Euro 2012: Republic of Ireland 1-3 Croatia
Republic of Ireland's prospects of progressing beyond the group stages of Euro 2012 suffered a huge blow as they were undone by a clinical and classy Croatia in Poznan.
Slick Croatia spoil Ireland's return  UEFA.com
UEFA Euro 2012: Is Republic of Ireland Worst Team of Tournament so Far?  Bleacher Report
4 Reasons Why The Euro Project Is Failing
Think of the Euro as a normal innovation project. It happens to be an innovation in sovereign control too, but, for now, imagine it is just a routine innovation project in your company.
Balotelli sends Italy past Germany
Italy once again proved to be Germany's nemesis after Mario Balotelli struck two first-half goals to set up a UEFA EURO 2012 final against Spain on Sunday. Related Items. Tardelli tweets back · Paolo Rossi responds · The coin toss semi-final · Experts ...
Germany the Euro Winner? Hardly  New York Times
Euro 2012 analysis: Why Germany could not handle Balotelli and Pirlo  BBC Sport
How to Leave the Euro: A Guide (Part I)
For the purposes of this piece, we're going to follow the lead of Roger Bootle of London's Capital Economics, whose paper “Leaving the euro: A Practical Guide” informs nearly every step of my analysis here. Bootle's paper, which was written as a ...
Euro 2012: Spain 1-1 Italy
Cesc Fabregas salvaged a point for Spain as the champions began the defence of their European title in a pulsating encounter in Gdansk.