Spain have such an embarrassment of riches that the likes of Jes Rodrigu...
Somebody mentions Paul Scholes and everybody writes in with those quotes...
omebody mentions Paul Scholes and everybody writes in with those quotes from Zidane...
rsene Wenger was fuming and seething, Ian Wright picks his mate, Martin Samuel takes...
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Xabi Alonso celebrated his 100th cap with both goals as Spain cruised into the Euro 2012 semi-finals with a 2-0 win over France in Donetsk.
Preview for Saturday evening's Euro 2012 quarter-final clash between Spain and France in Donetsk (kick-off 7.45pm BST).
Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Seb Larsson netted as Sweden beat France 2-0, but Laurent Blanc's side progressed to the Euro 2012 quarter-finals.
Preview ahead of Tuesday's Euro 2012 Group D clash between Sweden and France in Kiev (kick-off 7.45pm BST).
Goals from Jeremy Menez and Yohan Cabaye earned France a 2-0 victory over Ukraine in their Euro 2012 Group D clash in Donetsk.
Preview for Friday evening's Euro 2012 Group D showdown between co-hosts Ukraine and France in Donetsk (kick-off 5pm).
ver the years you have seen great winning sides here and, in time, I have absolutely no doubt that we will see great winning sides here again . We had Spurs in January, Newcastle and his beloved Everton before that. Even the great WBA won at old trafford.
d read of the word umlauty made me realise it wasn't a predictive text, writing articles on my iPhone debacle and a funny made up word that made me chuckle
ive more years. Five more years. Five more years.
Arsene Wenger has tipped Arsenal's Jack Wilshere to overcome a broken foot in time to star for England at the World Cup.
David Moyes sprang to the defence of Tom Cleverley after an online petition was launched calling for him to be excluded from England's World Cup squad.
David Moyes has defended Manchester United's Robin van Persie, insisting recent comments were taken out of context.
Somebody mentions Paul Scholes and everybody writes in with those quotes from Zidane etc. Dull dull dull. We've ignored them. There's plenty more to enjoy here...
It does seem logical that the best thing to do with the best players is to play them from the start, when they have the most time to make an impact, rather than the last 15 minutes...