Euro 2012

Euro 2012

Neville says England are not good enough to win Euro 2012

Former England defender Gary Neville does not believe the current side is good enough to win Euro 2012 and has criticised the players for having “no mobility and very little invention”.

Andorra 0 - 2 Republic of Ireland: Doyle and McGeady keep the Republic on play-off course

KEVIN Doyle and Aiden McGeady helped to fire the Republic of Ireland into a Euro 2012 shoot-out with Armenia.

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Competition for Euro 2012 places puts Torres on trial

WITH a ticket for the 2012 European Championship already secured, defending champions Spain can afford to focus on striker Fernando Torres to help him rediscover his firepower in a qualifying match away to the Czech Republic tonight.

Scots three wins from Euro play-offs - if Spain beat Czech Republic

SCOTLAND will clinch a Euro 2012 play-off place by winning their next three qualifying games - assuming that Spain beat the Czech Republic.

Changing room chat: Radio 5 Live - it's radio and it's live

BUMPTIOUS Radio Five Live host Garry Richardson gets this week's "stating the bleedin' obvious" award.

Changing room chat: Casillas socks it to Uefa over pitches

SPAIN might be cruising through Scotland's Euro 2012 qualifying group with a 100 per cent record, but not all their players are happy.

Czechs bank crucial points

THE Czech Republic moved five points clear of Scotland in Euro 2012 Group I last night with a nervy 2-0 win over minnows Liechtenstein.

Fabio Capello unfazed by failure to win

FABIO Capello was happy with England's performance in last night's 1-1 draw with Ghana at Wembley, and even conceding the late equaliser could not dampen his delight.

Northern Ireland 0 - 0 Slovenia: Northern Irish held in Belfast

Northern Ireland's Euro 2012 qualifying hopes plummeted for the second time in five days as they mustered only a goalless draw against Slovenia.

Spain and Czech Republic work hard for wins

SPAIN maintained their 100 per cent record in Euro 2012 qualifying Group I, but were pushed hard by Lithuania in Kaunas before securing a 3-1 victory.

England 1 - 1 Ghana: Asamoah Gyan strikes late as Ghana shock England

The friendly no-one wanted turned into the best of its kind since the new Wembley was opened in 2007 - and ended with gleeful Ghana racing to their fans in jubilation following Asamoah Gyan's last-minute leveller.

Spain worried about state of Kaunas pitch

Spain are concerned about the quality of the pitch for the 2012 European Championship Group I qualifier at Lithuania tonight.

Mismatch a reminder of Scotland's also-ran status

FOR Scotland, the desire to participate once more in the finals of a major tournament has to be tempered by a realisation they are likely to find themselves seriously out of their depth if they get there.

There's a big difference between booing a sporting rival and resorting to racism

THERE is a clear distinction between honest rivalry and racist abuse, one which the vast majority of football supporters are able to make. Some football players, alas, are not so capable, among them being Brazilian starlet Neymar.

Northern Irish progress would top Manchester United glory, says Jonny Evans

Jonny Evans says that qualifying for the European Championship finals with Northern Ireland would rank as a bigger achievement than winning the Champions League with Manchester United.

Fabio Capello defends decision to rest players

FABIO Capello has defended his decision to send five key men back to their clubs ahead of England's sell-out friendly with Ghana at Wembley tonight.

Jose Mourinho says he was hours from England job

Jose Mourinho has revealed he came within "hours" of taking the England manager's job before the appointment of Fabio Capello.

Charlie Adam vows to take lessons learned from Brazil into Euro 2012 qualifiers

Charlie Adam has vowed to learn the lessons from Scotland's comprehensive 2-0 defeat to Brazil in time for the resumption of their European Championship qualifying campaign.

Fernando Torres inclusion backed by Andres Iniesta despite goal famine

Spain midfielder Andres Iniesta has leapt to the defence of Fernando Torres despite the Chelsea striker extending his goal drought against the Czech Republic on Friday night.

Republic of Ireland 2 - 1 FYR Macedonia: James McCarthy cap settles debate over allegiance once and for all

James McCarthy emerged from his senior debut for the Republic of Ireland delighted to have finally ended the debate over his allegiance.

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