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# Euro2012

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Opinion: Mons' demise a timely reminder of Irish football's sickness
If Thursday night proved that we need to overhaul football in Ireland, Monaghan’s withdrawal from the Premier Division might help to hammer the message home.
Ireland v Italy preview: Trap hoping old boys can go out with a bang in Poznan
The manager has picked a familiar looking XI for what may well be a swansong for the likes of Shay Given and Damien Duff.
Bendtner fined, suspended for goal celebration
The Denmark striker will sit out the country’s next game and will have to stump up €100,000 to football chiefs. Ouch.
This is Marca's front page today - 'Don't worry Italy, we're not resentful'
Time to start backing a 2-2 draw between Spain and Croatia tonight then.
Murph's sideline cut: Mayo v Leitrim starting to sound like heaven after Sopot madness
“We’re a footnote in the story of Euro 2012,” sighs Ciaran Murphy.
Appeal for Irish fan missing in Poland since Saturday
James Nolan was last seen at around lunchtime in the city of Bydgoszcz.
On Tour: taking a break from the mayhem far from the madding crowd
Ahead of one last day with the GReen Army today in Poznan, Cian O’Callaghan gets an early night. Trap would approve.
In pictures: Irish fans gear up for Italy game in Poznan
The Boys in Green are preparing for the last hurrah at the European Championships in Poland. And so are the fans.
Euro 2012, day 11
If you’ve got any fight left in you, it’s Italy next up in Poznan tonight for the Boys in Green. Join us as we count down to kick-off.
Shevchenko doubtful for England clash
The striker suffered a knee injury in his side’s game against France.
Euro 2012 talking points: day 10
Miguel Delaney assesses the respective wins for Germany and Portugal earlier this evening.
Après Match: What the panel think of the competition
Billo, Eamon and Liam give their thoughts on their rivals at the Beeb.
Trapattoni aims to go out on a high against Azzurri
The Ireland manager spoke of “playing with honour” in the final Group C game in Poznan tomorrow.
Euro 2012 Holland v Portugal, Denmark v Germany
We went minute-by-minute, as all four teams went looking for a place in the quarter-finals.
Duff plays down taking captain's armband for 100th cap
A good result against Italy is all the Fulham winger is focused on ahead reaching the international milestone in what could be his last game in a green jersey.
'What has he won as a manager?' - Trap takes a swipe at Keane
The former Ireland midfielder’s managerial credentials were questioned by the current boss during his press conference today.
Poll: What do you think of the Ireland team to face Italy?
Trap’s stuck with the side that lost to Croatia in Ireland’s opening game.
Trap names same tired 11 players to face Italy on Monday
The press, the fans, Roy Keane, nobody’s going to be happy about this team selection.
On tour: Becoming Poland fans for the night
“Me? I’ve woken up wearing a Polish football jersey and I haven’t the slightest idea where I got it.”
Returning Rooney vows to control his temper against Ukraine
The Manchester United striker will make his first appearance of the tournament on Tuesday night.
Poland captain Blaszczykowski blames ticket trouble
The Borussia Dortmund midfielder says the players had to beg the FA’s president to help out their families before being eliminated from the tournament yesterday.
Polish photojournalist sends us first-hand account of violence
Mateusz Kulik was at the match between Poland and the Czech Republic in Wroclaw last night.
Poznan's message to Irish fans: 'Goodbye and come back soon'
Party in Poznan’s gaff.
Roy Keane fires a fresh broadside at the Irish team
The older members of Giovanni Trapattoni’s squad come in for some particularly harsh criticism.
Preview: High-scoring Germans out to down Danes
The Danes can advance from Group B if they achieve a better result versus the Germans this evening than the Portuguese can manage against the Dutch. Got that?
It's Sunday, so here are 16 of our favourite sporting pics of the week
Cosy up with our sporty family photo album.
Preview: Holland cling to hope as Portugal eye last eight
No team has ever reached the knockout phase at a Euro after losing their first two matches. Can the Dutch beat the odds?
Euro 2012 talking points: day 9
Miguel Delaney attempts to analyse and make sense of an incredible day
Group A finale, Euro 2012
It was all to play for as the Czech Republic took on tournament hosts Poland and lowly Greece clashed with Advocat’s mercurial Russia.
Reasons for Ireland's European disappointment...
The Boys in Green are going home early and there are genuine reasons for Irish football fans to be feeling down, writes Miguel Delaney.
Caption time: what was going on at Ireland training this afternoon?
Stephen Kelly, Paul Green and Kevin Doyle seemed pretty interested in one photographer’s camera earlier.
'It's heartbreaking' -- Richard Dunne reflects on broken Euro dreams
“We came here with the aim and the dream of winning the European Championships. It’s gone completely wrong for us,” said the Aston Villa defender this afternoon.
On Tour: reality bites but Green Army rallies for English game
It may not be big, and it’s certainly not clever, but every Irish fan seemed to be a Ukraine supporter in Poland last night.
Preview: Russia target win, but draw enough to see them through
Greece meanwhile, go into the game knowing anything short of a win will put them on the plane home.
A nation's hope: Poland must win to continue Euro dream
The co-hosts have impressed greatly, but could be bowing out of their own tournament tonight.
Should Trap stay or should he go? Here are the cases for and against
Since the rout by European champions Spain ended Ireland’s hopes of progression, the manager has had to answer questions about his future with the FAI. Here we spell out the pros and cons.
Euro 2012: talking points, day 8
Miguel Delaney reflects on a day that saw lightening strike in Ukraine… and we don’t mean an Andy Carroll goal.
'The worst team but the best fans': here's what the rest of the world thought of Ireland v Spain
Roy Keane will not approve of the international media’s verdict of last night’s match.
'What did he do after he played?' Trap hits back at Roy Keane criticisms
The Italian coach has dismissed recent comments made by the ITV pundit.
Sweden v England, Euro 2012
Could Roy Hodgson’s men secure three points in Kyiv? Not if one Zlatan Ibramhimovic had anything to say about it.