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With just a few months away for Euro 2012 I thought it would be a good idea to open up this thread so we can discuss this tournament.

Euro 2012 will be held in Poland/Ukraine and starts on June 8th


Group A

Poland
Russia
Greece
Czech republic

Group B

Netherlands
Germany
Denmark
Portugal


Group C

Spain
Italy
Croatia
Ireland


Group D

England
France
Ukraine
Sweden

MY PREDICTIONS

Group A - Greece, Russia
Group B - Germany, Netherlands
Group C - Spain, Italy
Group D - England, France

Winner - Spain
Worst Team - Denmark (Will finish euro 2012 with 0 points and worst Goals Against for euro 2012)
Dark Horse - Greece (being Greek I pay very close attention to the Greek National team and believe that we can shock the world again. We have great young talent and the team in better than the 2004 winning side.)
Golden Boot: David Villa (Spain)
Player of the tournament: Iniesta (Spain)
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What are your predictions?

use these as a base:

Group Stage (pick two teams from each group who you think will advance to the knock-out stages)

Group A
Group B
Group C
Group D

Winner
Worst team
Dark Horse
Golden boot (top goalscorer)
Player of the tournament


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a: russia, greece
b: germany, netherlands
c: spain, italy
d: france, ukraine :troll

winner: spain
worst: ireland
dark horse: australia russia
 

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A. Russia, Poland (fingers crossed)
B. Germany, Portugal
C. Spain, Italy
D. France, Sweden

Winner: Germany
Worst: England
Dark Horse: Portugal, CR7 to finish top scorer obviously...
 

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Group A: Russia and Czech
Group B: Germany and Holland
Group C: Italy and Spain
Group D: France and England

Winner: It's very tough to predict. Spain is the pre tournament favorites, but I feel it's going to be Holland or Germany. I'll go ahead and predict Holland to win it.
Worst team: Can't say
Dark Horse: Russia
 

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Group A: Russia, Greece
Group B: Germany, Holland
Group C: Spain, Croatia
Group D: France, Sweden

Winner: Germany
Worst team: England
Dark Horse: Croatia
 

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Group A: Greece
Russia

Group B: Netherlands
Germany

Group C: Spain
Ireland

Group D: France
Ukraine

Winner: Germany
Worst team: England. We're awful normally, but no manager and no Rooney for 2 games means we'll be even worse. Yikes.
Dark Horse: France. Not as renowned these days so think they'd pass as a dark horse. Farcical in the last tournament, but with Cabaye and hopefully Ben Arfa they'll have my support when England go out.
 

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Group A: Russia, Poland
Group B: Germany, Netherlands
Group C: Spain, Italy
Group D: France, Ukraine

Winner: Germany
Worst: England
Dark Horse: Russia
 

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A. Greece & Russia
B. Holland & Germany
C. Italy & Spain
D. Sweden & England

Winner: Holland
Worst team: France
Dark Horse: Italy
 

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Group A

Russia
Czech republic

Group B

Netherlands
Portugal

Group C

Italy
Ireland

Group D

England
France

Winner - England
Worst Team - Germany (slow players, all Klose can do is goal hang and he's past it. Podolski will keep blasting the ball over the bar and won't even get to play up front he will be played on the wing. And the bastard bandwagonning traitor isn't even German he is POLISH so he will get booed out of the country. Thomas Muller is an idiot with no skill who can only score tap ins.)
Dark Horse - Spain (very boring to watch, but could cause a shock if they don't lose to Switzerland or a similar team along the way)
Biggest foulers - Netherlands
Worst referee - Howard Webb



England defeat Spain just a few months ago (as pictured).



Spain completely owned (as pictured) the last time England and Spain met at the European Championships.
 

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Group A:
RUSHia
Greece

Group B:
Germany
Netherlands

Group C:
Spain
Ireland

Group D:
France
Ukraine

Winner: Germany
Worst team: Poland
Dark Horse: France

 

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Group A:
Greece
Russia

Group B:
Germany
Netherlands

Group C:
Spain
Italy

Group D:
France
Ukraine

Winner: Germany
Worst team: Ireland
Dark Horse: France
 

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Group A - Greece, Russia
Group B - Germany, Netherlands
Group C - Spain, Italy
Group D - England, France

Winner - Spain
Dark Horse - Portugal,Russia
 

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A. Russia, Czech Republic
B. Germany, Netherlands
C. Spain, Italy
D. France, England

Winner: Germany
Worst: Greece
Dark Horse: Russia
 

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A. Russia, Czech Republic
B. Germany, Netherlands
C. Spain, Italy
D. France, England

Winner: Germany
Worst: Greece
Dark Horse: Russia
Believe me Greece will not be the worst team. I am not going to say that we will win it but we have a few surprises up our sleeves. (Y)


BTW I just can't stop staring at your sig. :lol:lol:eek:
 

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MY PREDICTIONS

Group A - Czech republic, Russia
Group B - Germany, Netherlands
Group C - Spain, Italy
Group D - England, France

Winner - Germany
Worst Team - Greece - They're a really really shit team
Dark Horse - France - After their terrible WC run I expect them to bounce back. I think they'll be the third best team behind Spain and Germany.
 

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England without Wilshere for EUROs

Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Jack Wilshere has been ruled out for the rest of Arsenal FC's season and will not be fit to represent England at UEFA EURO 2012 this summer.

The midfielder, 20, has been out of competitive action since first sustaining a stress fracture to his right ankle during England's 2-2 UEFA EURO 2012 qualifying draw with Switzerland on 4 June. He further aggravated the situation during a friendly in July, and although he has since had surgery, Wenger admitted that Wilshere is making slow progress in his recovery.

Speaking after Arsenal's 2-1 home defeat by Wigan Athletic FC on Monday night, the Gunners' manager said: "He is not ready to practise today or next week. He makes progress, but slow progress. He will not be ready for the end of the season and not for the EUROs. He is devastated, and you can understand that."

England kick off their EURO 2012 campaign against France in Donetsk on 11 June. They will also come up against Sweden and co-hosts Ukraine in Group D.
 
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