Euro Cup 2012 Stories
Graham Hunter on Stoke new boy Marc Muniesa
Graham Hunter joins H and J to give them the lowdown on Stoke new boy Marc Muniesa. The Potters have snapped up the young defender, who was part of Spain's Under-21 squad at the recent European Championship, from Barcelona on a four-year deal. read...
Lansley: FA could do a lot worse than Peter Taylor for U-21 job
Pete Lansley, football writer for The Times, reacts to the Football Association's decision to ditch Stuart Pearce as England Under-21 manager. The FA announced on Tuesday that Pearce's contract, which expires at the end of this month, will not be...
Jiggins: Pearce hasn't been able to get the best out of England U-21...
Sun reporter Paul Jiggins tells H and J he has sympathy for England Under-21 coach Stuart Pearce for not having the best players available to him for the European Championship but insists he should have done a better job with the ones he did have. The...
Jiggins: Zaha looks ready to star for England's Under-21s
The reporter for The Sun looks ahead to their clash with Norway at the European Championship in Israel which follows a poor 1-0 defeat to Italy. He believes that Manchester United star Wilfried Zaha will be drafted into Stuart Pearce's starting...
Glanville: Spain were lucky against Portugal and dull against Croatia
Legendary journalist Brian Glanville has admitted he wasnt overly impressed by Spains form during Euro 2012 claiming they were lucky against Portugal and dull against Croatia.
Gotta: Italy should be thankful they reached Euro 2012 final
talKSPORTs Italian correspondent, Roberto Gotta, claims Azzurri shouldnt be disappointed by showpiece event loss.
Law: England should build a team around Wilshere
The chief football writer from the Sunday Mirror looks at how the Three Lions can move on from Euro 2012. He discusses a possible move to a 4-3-3 formation and what players Roy Hodgson might draft into his squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifier...
Thijssen on Holland's manager search and Spain's 'boring' football
The ex-Dutch international looks at what the future holds for his nation and casts his eyes over Euro 2012 as a whole.
Agnew: Italy deserve to win Euro 2012
Italian football correspondent Paddy Agnew backs Cesare Prandellis men to win Euro 2012 after they stunned Germany in the semi-final and says it will be a well deserved triumph, as they have played the best football in Poland and Ukraine.
Koch: Low is still the right man for Germany
Gunter Koch attempts to explain Germanys shock Euro 2012 defeat to Italy but admits manager Joachim Low is still the right man for the job.
Jenson: I've got a suspicion Torres will start Euro 2012 final
The Independents Spanish football correspondent Pete Jenson brings Saggers Quinny the latest from the Spain camp ahead of the Euro 2012 final against Italy and tips Fernando Torres to be brought back into the starting line-up after missing the...
Esposto on Italy's 2-1 semi-final win over Germany
talkSPORTs Italian football expert, Laura Esposto, gives us her views as the Azzurri book a Euro 2012 final place.
Knaack: This is the strongest Germany team for 30 years
German football correspondent Olly Knaack tells Hawksbee and Jacobs that Joachim Low has the best Germany team in 30 years at his disposal and this is why the national boss claimed he is 100% certain of beating Italy in the Euro 2012 semi-final.
Gordon Strachan on Leeds, Man United and Euro 2012
Former midfielder and manager, Gordon Strachan, looks back on the tournament in Poland and Ukraine and his career in the game.
Fjortoft: Hummels replacing Mertesacker is the best thing that’s...
German football pundit Jan Aage Fjortoft isnt a big fan of Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker and claims the best thing that has happened to Germany at Euro 2012 is Mats Hummels replacing him in central defence.
Trevor Francis on his recent health scare and Euro 2012
Birmingham legend, Trevor Francis, looks back on some scintillating football in Poland and Ukraine.
Euro 2012 Daily: Semi-Spain (EPL Talk Podcast)
Spain go through! Nothing more exciting than a semi-final shoot out. Especially after 90 minutes of thick, thick football. Who was the man of the match? Who deserved to go through? Penalties might be a cruel way to go out, Ronaldo can tell you that...
Sid Lowe previews Spain v Portugal
Spanish football expert Sid Lowe looks ahead to Spains Euro 2012 semi-final clash with Portugal on Wednesday night at the Donbass Arena in Donetsk.
Van Der Kraan: Van Der Vaart must be allowed to win his 100th cap
Dutch football expert insists the Spurs star cant be denied his century, despite leaked report claiming he will be dropped following Hollands disappointing Euro 2012 campaign
Euro 2012 Daily: Semi-Preview (EPL Talk Podcast)
It's time for Portugal Spain in an Iberian derby to end all derbys. Spain have the chance to enter a third successive major final whilst Portugal are on course for success with Ronaldo and co. flattering to deceive at the tournament: making it through...
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