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The Netherlands after Portugal defeat: We deserved it

After the loss against Portugal, Netherlands coach Bert van Marwijk was left to reflect on a very bad tournament for the Dutch. The 2010 World Cup finalists has been eliminated from the Euro 2012, with 3 losses and no wins.

The Netherlands, regarded as one of the favorites of the tournament, finished last of Group B after failing to take a single point from their three games.


Ronaldo’s heroics secures Portugal win over Netherlands

Portugal dominated The Netherlands 2-1 at the Metalist Stadium in Kharkiv to send the Oranje out of Euro 2012 and set-up a quarter-final meeting with the Czech Republic in Warsaw on June 21. The great thing in this match, is with the superstar Cristiano Ronaldo in his game.

It was a goal for the Netherlands at first, as Rafael van der Vaart broke the deadlock early on with a strike from distance to put them on the lead. Portugal, after a long struggle, tied with the Dutch with a goal from Ronaldo.


Portugal Teammates: We still believe in Cristiano Ronaldo

After a not so good performance in the previous games, Portuguese star player Cristiano Ronaldo is bombarded by criticism, fans and haters alike. The Real Madrid star has come under fire after failing to impress in Portugal’s first two matches at Euro 2012, managing only to fire near-goals. But his teammates have his back.

In the coming game against The Netherlands on Sunday, Sellecao goalkeeper Rui Patricio believes that Ronaldo will surely score. He has yet to manage to score in the tournament, but Patricio believes that the the star player will finally show his true game in a decisive match Read more...

Greece to face Russia: Last chance, Last dance

Greece centre-back Sokratis Papastathopoulos has declared this coming Saturday’s match versus Russia as “the most important” for the country in past two years.

A draw in opposition to Poland during opening day, followed by a 2-1 loss to the Czechs has been real bad news to the Euro 2004 champions.

"Tomorrow's game is the most important one we have played in the past two years,” Papastathopoulos told reporters. “We all want to win. There are no outsiders or favorites for tomorrow's match [against Russia]. It's just Read more...

Spain: a draw isn’t good enough

Coach Vicente del Bosque of the Spanish national team stated that they have no intention of playing for the 2-2 draw against Croatia on Monday. The current standings would mean that a draw on Monday sends both sides through to the quarterfinals, automatically eliminating groupmates Italy, regardless if they get a victory against the Irish.

This already happened on the Euro 2004, when Italy was also eliminated in similar circumstances after a 2-2 draw between Sweden and Denmark sent both teams through from their group and the Italians sent home.


Poland: Perquis out due to knee injury as Polanski confirmed to play

As the Poles go to a critical game against the Czech Republic on Saturday, defender Damien Perquis has been officially ruled out.

The French-born Polish footballer had been in doubt for the game after suffering a knee injury, with his availability due to be determined after training on Friday.

While having a practice session, the Sochaux man complained of a slight discomfort in his knee, just after 15 minutes of practice. He was forced to abandon the training, as assistant coach Tomasz Frankowski Read more...

Denmark loses to Portugal even with a bad game from Ronaldo

Portugal managed to stay alive at the Euro 2012 after barely winning against Denmark 3-2 at the Lviv Arena this Wednesday.

Pepe became the Seleccao’s ice breaker for the match, giving the early lead. Helder Postiga cements their advantage with another goal from up close.

Danish striker Nicklas Bendtner led the Danes to level with the Portuguese with 2 headers.


Football and Violence: Are they really inseparable?

With the intensity coming to a maximum on the opening stages of the Euro 2012, there has been a recurring problem that has manifested again – violence and hooliganism.

UEFA has recently condemned the incidents of violence that took place pre-game and post-game at the match between Poland and Russia in Warsaw on Tuesday.


As Portugal is close to being eliminated, they need Ronaldo more

Portugal is now heading to their second match in the Euro 2012 championship. However, Coach Paulo Bento is still looking forward to their first victory after four games this year. The Seleccao have recently lost 1-0 against groupmates Germany. They need something to fire them up. They need Cristiano Ronaldo, dubbed as the “best player in the planet” to step up. Following this loss to Germany, Ronaldo now has as many as five more games to do better.


Rooney: Hodgson’s (not so) secret weapon

English team manager Roy Hodgson has issued a warning to their competitors in the Euro 2012 tournament: he is this close in maximizing his secret weapon – Wayne Rooney

Rooney, who was the 2004 UEFA’s youngest goalscorer and two-time England player of the year, watched from the benches as the Three Lions (even without his help) managed to match the French team to a draw last Monday in Donetsk.


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