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# Euros

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Arsenal fight back to edge spirited Montpellier
The Gunners hit back through quick-fire goals from Lukas Podolski and Gervinho. Yes, Gervinho.
Column: Yes, Ireland is special but fewer care than we think
We’ve done well for a small island nation, writes Mark Boyle from Japan, but we shouldn’t overstate our sense of exceptionalism: it doesn’t serve us well abroad.
Blatter: Goal-line technology a 'necessity'
“After last night’s match GLT is no longer an alternative but a necessity,” FIFA President Sepp Blatter wrote on Twitter.
Minister Literally Pulling on the Green Jersey Pic of the Day
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The Euro 2012 Fan Who Went Too Far Pic of the Day
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Column: Planning to be an armchair supporter this summer? Here's some advice.
If you’re going to watch the European Championships and the Olympics this summer then you need to prepare. Start by buying a giant couch, writes David Slattery.
Italy defender Criscito ditched from squad after match-fixing implication
Criscito has withdrawn from the Azzurri’s Euro 2012 squad following his implication in the “Calcioscommesse” match-fixing scandal.
39 days to Euro 2012: Russia burn oh so brightly before fading out
Andrey Arshavin and Roman Pavlyuchenko arrived like two beach balls on the radar after stunning the Dutch 3-1.
Artist makes 'billion euro house' from shredded banknotes
Artist Frank Buckley has plastered a house in Smithfield, Dublin, with €1.4 billion in shredded banknotes.
The Magnificent Seven: memorable European Championship moments
With the draw about to occur and Euro 2012 mania set to reach fever pitch, we look back on some of the abiding memories that previous competitions have provided us with.