Below is the twelvth installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “Footé in France” by O-Posts mainstay and top football writer, Adam Gray. “Merci pour tout, Michel”, read the big screen inside the Stade de France at the end of Sunday evening’s Euro 2016 final. Platini wasn’t there to see it of course, having been 

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The article below is the eighth installment of a column related to everything Euro 2016 titled “Euro Vision” by respected South African sports journalist and ANN7 Prime Sports Anchor, Peter Stemmet. All hail the champions!  Portugal, at long last, are the champions of Europe.   They might have been fancied in and around the Eusebio 

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Below is the eleventh installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “Footé in France” by O-Posts mainstay and top football writer, Adam Gray. After helping France see off Germany to book a place in the final of their home European Championship, Antoine Griezmann was quick to brush off the comparisons to Michel Platini that oddly 

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Below is the tenth installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “Footé in France” by O-Posts mainstay and top football writer, Adam Gray. Wales made history on Wednesday night, competing in their first ever major tournament semi-final, against Portugal who were competing at this stage of a European Championship for the fourth time in the 

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The article below is the seventh installment of a column related to everything Euro 2016 titled “Euro Vision” by respected South African sports journalist and ANN7 Prime Sports Anchor, Peter Stemmet. Time for the final four.   The 2016 European Championships are now at the semi-final stage and whether you are four-time world champions Germany 

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Below is the ninth installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “Footé in France” by O-Posts mainstay and top football writer, Adam Gray. It is Antonio Conte’s Italy, with their Juventus built back four, who possess the solid defensive platform on which a potential Euro 2016 triumph will be built, but Germany head into Saturday’s 

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The article below is the sixth installment of a column related to everything Euro 2016 titled “Euro Vision” by respected South African sports journalist and ANN7 Prime Sports Anchor, Peter Stemmet. Euro 2016 came to life in the most spectacular fashion during the Last 16 matches.   As expected, the host nation France progressed but 

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The third installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “The Europhile” by O-Posts football writer, James Clark. England have crashed out of the Euro 2016 finals against Iceland (of all countries) after a dismal display which invoked manager Roy Hogdson to tender his resignation in the post match press conference. England played an team who 

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Below is the ninth installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “Footé in France” by O-Posts mainstay and top football writer, Adam Gray. The final whistle sounded in Nice and that was it. Roy Hodgson’s four years in charge of England had come to an end leaving a legacy of, well, very little. Hodgson had 

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Below is the eighth installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “Footé in France” by O-Posts mainstay and top football writer, Adam Gray. The knockout stages of Euro 2016 have arrived and here’s where many believe, after a tentative group stage that conducted the experiment of 24 teams, the tournament will kick into full flow. 

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The article below is the fifth installment of a column related to everything Euro 2016 titled “Euro Vision” by respected South African sports journalist and ANN7 Prime Sports Anchor, Peter Stemmet. One of the criticisms of the new European Championships format is that only eight of the 24 teams are eliminated after the group phase. 

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Below is the seventh installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “The Russian Review” by Russian football expert and sports journalist, Shaun Nicolaides. After a slow start, Euro 2016 has burst into life, and football fans all around the continent were treated to a thrilling group stage. Footballing giants such as Germany, Spain and hosts France 

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Below is the eighth installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “Footé in France” by O-Posts mainstay and top football writer, Adam Gray. Another major international tournament and James Rodriguez is at it again. After being instrumental to Colombia’s run to the quarter-finals of the Brazil World Cup in 2014, Rodriguez has this time been 

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Below is the sixth installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “The Russian Review” by Russian football expert and sports journalist, Shaun Nicolaides. Thank goodness that’s over. After being drawn into Group B along with England, Slovakia and Wales, Russia had real hopes of making an impression on Euro 2016, however we were in for a 

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The second installment of a new Euro 2016 column titled “The Europhile” by O-Posts football writer, James Clark. Cristiano Ronaldo is undoubtedly one of the finest talents to grace the beautiful world of football. The accolades and the records smashed by the man from Madeira goes to show how much you can achieve in football 

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Below is the fifth installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “The Russian Review” by Russian football expert and sports journalist, Shaun Nicolaides. Ten days into Euro 2016, the deciding group stage matches are upon us. France, Italy, Switzerland and Spain have already qualified, and now it’s the turn of Group B. While England have practically 

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  Below is the seventh installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “Footé in France” by O-Posts mainstay and top football writer, Adam Gray. Both Northern Ireland’s team and their fans have based themselves in Lyon in these European Championships, the eastern metropolis providing a mid-way point between Nice, where they played Poland in Group 

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The first installment of a new Euro 2016 column titled “The Europhile” by O-Posts football writer, James Clark. England are a massive footballing nation in their own right. The likes of David Beckham, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard, Paul Scholes and Wayne Rooney have all donned the shirt in the last 20 years. All players of 

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The article below is the fourth installment of a column related to everything Euro 2016 titled “Euro Vision” by respected South African sports journalist and ANN7 Prime Sports Anchor, Peter Stemmet. It has been an eventful start to the 2016 European Championships. Host nation France kicked it all off on Friday night with a tough 

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Below is the third installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “The Russian Review” by Russian football expert and sports journalist, Shaun Nicolaides. Following the chaos of match-day one, Russia head into their vital Group B clash against Slovakia in Lille on the back of a hard earned draw against England. Vasily Berezutsky’s goal in that 

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Below is the second installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “The Russian Review” by Russian football expert and sports journalist, Shaun Nicolaides. First games are always nervy affairs, and Russia were thrown into the lions’ den in their Euro 2016 opener. An ageing, pedestrian Russian side were handed the challenge of taking on a youthful 

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Below is the fifth installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “Footé in France” by O-Posts mainstay and top football writer, Adam Gray. The pressure may be on manager Vincent Del Bosque to deliver after Spain were eliminated from the 2014 World Cup at the group stage, but little could be derived from their friendly 

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Below is the fourth installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “Footé in France” by O-Posts mainstay and top football writer, Adam Gray. Before he leaves for Chelsea and hands the reigns over to Giampiero Ventura, Italy coach Antonio Conte will be aiming to sign off on a high after two years in charge. Conte 

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Below is the third installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “Footé in France” by O-Posts mainstay and top football writer, Adam Gray. In the 70 years since their first international match against Yugoslavia, the highlights of Albanian football have been triumphs in the Balkan Cup of 1946 and the Malta Rothmans International Tournament of 

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