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Euro 2012 live blog

Click on the link below to join Reuters for the three-week European soccer party.

http://live.reuters.com/Event/Euro_2012_soccer_championship

Our live blog will be running constantly and will bring you all the latest news, goals, photos and video.

It is easy to comment with no registration needed. Whether you are a fan of England or France, Denmark or Spain, Russia or Netherlands, our live blog is the place to follow all 16 teams in Ukraine and Poland. Our roving reporters will be at all the  training camps and matches.

Euro 2012 qualifiers – live

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We’re following all tonight’s Euro 2012 qualifiers live. Join us here for updates, comments and pix … and details of all the goals as they go in.

Euro 2012 qualifying draw throws up England v Wales

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The Euro 2012 qualifying draw in Warsaw got off to a mixed start with a less than tuneful performance from a Polish boyband.

However, when we finally reached the main event, those famous coloured balls did not disappoint with Andriy Shevchenko (who surely should have been voting in Ukraine’s election) helping dish out some fabulous encounters like England v Wales. Germany, Turkey and Austria are in the same group while Denmark, Norway and Iceland will also all meet.

Will UEFA be haunted for good by Euro 2012?

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Yet again I find myself asking the question: why did UEFA award Euro 2012 to Poland and Ukraine?

Questions marks have again been raised over the decision by European soccer’s governing body after it was yet again forced to set another deadline for Ukraine to meet is criteria for a number of its venues.

Will Euro 2012 take place in Poland and Ukraine?

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As the dust settles on a turbulent few weeks for Polish soccer, a wider question is being asked in the game’s corridors of power. Did UEFA make a mistake in awarding Euro 2012 to Poland and Ukraine?

Despite both countries receiving explicit warnings from European soccer’s governing body, they are still well behind in their preparations, so much so that UEFA may have to rethink the number of stadia to be used.

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