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All is set for EURO 2012 Quarters

After only 11 days of world class soccer, the EURO 2012 group stage is under wraps. Before we move onto coverage and promotions (stay tuned!) for the quarter finalists, let’s recap on the brilliant moments and the disappointments of the […]

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EURO 2012 Kicks Off with Group A

After much hype and hysteria building up to the kickoff of the EURO 2012 tournament, it's now underway! Co-Host Poland kicked off on their home turf against 2004

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Torres Decision Delayed for Bosque

Spanish National Coach Vincente Del Bosque reports that he will wait until the final hour before deciding on whether to add struggling Chelsea forward Fernando Torres to the

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EPL, La Liga Weekend Wrapup

Premier League | The Manchester squads continued to pull away from the competition this weekend, with City winning 3-0 over Blackburn and United 2-1 over Norwich. Despite the

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Bosnia and Portugal Meet in Enthralling EURO 2012 Playoff Fixtures

Revenge is a dish best served cold.  This is the mindset of Bosnia as they make preparations for their EURO 2012 playoff fixture against Portugal.  These teams met

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CR7′s Safari Superfly’s

Looks like some employees over at Nike Town in Seattle were a little eager to show off their newest Nike Soccer Shoes because someone found them on their

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Wayne Rooney: Genius or Villain?

Although the answer to that question may depend on which side of this weekend's Manchester United vs. Liverpool game you fall on, let's take a broader view of

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Euro 2012 Playoffs Draw

Euro Cup 2012 qualifiers are well underway with today's play off draw renewing old Euro Cup rivalries. This mornings draw placed Turkey v. Croatia, reminding us of one of

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Euro 2012 Qualifying Heats up

After a slightly delayed start to the European club season (in the case of Spain & Italy), their will once again be no Premier League, La Liga or