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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Ronaldo and Nani both shine and reach new heights, As together for Portugal -they had Wales in their sights. Ronaldo Bales out Portugal – with a towering thumping header, Making lowly Wales all feel at the end of their tether. Ronaldo, the flying footballer – jumped seven feet, Insisting he and Portugal would never accept 

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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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Last week, I alluded to the chances of host nation France at this year’s European Championships.  Let us explore, shall we? Les Bleus are always competitive on home turf. This is most notably demonstrated by victories in front of their own fans at Euro 84 and the 1998 FIFA World Cup. The country also hosted 

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It was a strange atmosphere at Wembley. The horrific events in Paris meant the result between France and England was always going to be irrelevant, and yet one got the feeling that those who did turn up during what was a late surge in demand for tickets, would not have missed this match for anything. One 

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Paris attractions have tempted visitors to the city for decades. More recent additions to an already very long list of ancient monuments and other Parisian attractions are the likes Disney World and the Parc de Prince stadium. The stadium was built to replace the old Vélodrome built in 1897 which stood on this impressive site 

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