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Spain kill Italy and win Euro 2012

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This Spanish squad is superb. 4 0 against Italy is no joke. You only see football like this when Barca is playing.

Spain made history in magical fashion as they outclassed Italy and claimed a successive European crown to add to their 2010 World Cup triumph.

Vicente del Bosque's side staged a compelling claim to be the greatest international side of all time as the Euro 2012 final was transformed into an exhibition with Italy who performed creditably for long periods passed brutally into submission.

England out. What to say?

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A bit late on this one, even though it might have been a good thing to digest yesterday's quarter-final match between Italy and England.

[ A 0-0 tie and England lost in penalty shoot outs ]

There seems to be a pattern (or curse?! nah, don't think so) with England losing in quarter-finals and/or penalties since they won the World Cup back in 66.

Aqui é Corinthians, porra.

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France and England through the quarter-finals

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So England is quite alright eh? Today they beat Ukraine 1-0 to send (or keep?!) the hosts home and qualify first in group D they now face Italy on Sunday.

Rooney scored on his first match and Gerrard brought on his top game. Ukraine was strong though, dominating most of the first half but at the same time stopping at a very strong English defense.

Looking forward to more Portugal

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Today the group of death in EURO 2012 killed two: Denmark and Netherlands are going home. Germany and Portugal are off to the quarter-finals.

The Danish go home having shown a good fight. The Dutch not so much.

Portugal v. Netherlands was an exciting match. The Oranje started strong, scoring the first goal with Van der Vaart 10 minutes in, but could not keep up with the Portuguese speed (or their own?

Well, hello there England

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I love it when I tell myself "ha, look at that... you were wrong!".

England today (against Sweden) was nothing like this.

The Queen's squad managed to score first, take 2 goals in from the Swedes, tie, and score a third one for a final match result of 3-2. Cheeky boys! I love it.

Where is the Oranje?

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So why is it that the Oranje has a solid squad with only top football talent and skill, yet could not manage to not shake when facing Germany?

I do not have the answer. Maybe you do?

The Dutch faced the Germans today for their second group match in EURO 2012 needing a victory after losing 1-0 to Denmark -and, for the initial 50 minutes seemed like a child who was too shy to join the rest of the kids in play-time.

EURO 2012: The Germans, the Dutch, the French, the Spaniards, the Italians and, oh… the English.

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So EURO 2012 has started and I am back to SeeTheCup.com. I must to say that it's off to an interesting start.

Germany looks solid. Did not see much of the game so your comments are welcome (Brazil was playing Argentina at the same time Messi destroying us).

The Dutch got nervous agaist Denmark, as they do so many times, and could not manage a tie not such a difficult task.

EURO 2012: The Germans, the Dutch, the French, the Spaniards, the Italians and, oh… the English.

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So EURO 2012 has started and I am back to SeeTheCup.com. I must to say that it's off to an interesting start.

Germany looks solid. Did not see much of the game so your comments are welcome (Brazil was playing Argentina at the same time Messi destroying us).

The Dutch got nervous agaist Denmark, as they do so many times, and could not manage a tie not such a difficult task.

How Denmark can Escape the Group of Death

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A ‘Group of Death' is ascribed to every major football championships, and Euro 2012 is no different, with Group B hosting prospective champions, the Netherlands and Germany, and perennial under-achievers, Portugal, leaving poor Denmark to sweep up last place.

Denmark will be seen as the whipping boys for nations looking further than simple group qualification.

How Denmark can Escape the Group of Death

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A ‘Group of Death' is ascribed to every major football championships, and Euro 2012 is no different, with Group B hosting prospective champions, the Netherlands and Germany, and perennial under-achievers, Portugal, leaving poor Denmark to sweep up last place.

Denmark will be seen as the whipping boys for nations looking further than simple group qualification.

Can Liverpool get back among big guns?

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The 2011/12 season is going to go down in the annuls at Liverpool as one of disappointment when it comes to the Premier League, but Daniel Agger remains confident the Reds can get back to challenging for the Premier League title in their next campaign.

Kenny Dalglish has guided Liverpool to the Carling Cup triumph and also the FA Cup final where they lost out to Chelsea, but when it comes to their league campaign it has been one of displeasure and anguish around Anfield.

Opening Your Own Football Hangout

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According to the U.S. Soccer Federation, soccer, known as football in the rest of the world, continues to grow in popularity in the United States. Millions of children play and watching is a growing trend too. In fact, Time reports that American businessmen, recognizing this opportunity, have even invested in English teams, such as Liverpool, Aston Villa and Manchester United.

Opening Your Own Football Hangout

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According to the U.S. Soccer Federation, soccer, known as football in the rest of the world, continues to grow in popularity in the United States. Millions of children play and watching is a growing trend too. In fact, Time reports that American businessmen, recognizing this opportunity, have even invested in English teams, such as Liverpool, Aston Villa and Manchester United.

Staying Healthy as a Footballer

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In America it's known as soccer, but the rest of the world refers to it as football. No matter what you call it, there's no denying that football is an enduring global pastime. Not only is football played professionally almost everywhere around the world, but the arenas are packed with screaming, chanting fans.