Back Page Football’s Ger McCarthy offers a comprehensive review of the first four days of Euro 2012.
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Sion Cleaver looks at the weekend’s action at the Euros as some of the big guns struggled.
James Hunt believes that the acquisition of Shinji Kagawa by Manchester United will be more important on the pitch than off it.
Dave Wood reports on a surprise inclusion in Germany’s provisional Euro 2012 squad.
James Hunt looks back at last week’s captivating Champions League semi final between Bayern Munich and Real Madrid.
France picked up a good win away to Germany mideweek and are making strides to get out of their slump of recent years.
The knock-out phase of the 2012 Champions League begins on Valentine’s night with two intriguing fixtures to welcome back Europe’s premier football competition writes BPF’s Ger McCarthy.
Jonathan Lines looks ahead to the biggest game of the weekend in Germany.
Jonathan Lines has all the latest from Germany where the league table is developing a defined order after eleven games of the season.
The highest-profile of the weekend’s fixtures was the early Sunday match between rivals and Bundesliga giants Bayer Leverkusen and Schalke 04. Jefferson Farfán scored the only goal for the visitors, and it was a far more entertaining game than the 1-0 scoreline suggested. Farfan’s was a marvellous solo goal. He took the ball from 10 […]