Two chaps in suits shaking hands. Nice, but uninspiring. The words, "Never give up", however, are inspiring...
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- Hibs' first Cup since 1902
- Edinburgh City break new ground
- League shake-up
- Unofficial World Cup?
- Spain's Euro 60 withdrawal
- WSC writers' competition winners
One of the recurring themes of this volume to commemorate the 50th anniversary of England’s sole international triumph is how relatively little was made of it at the time...
The Eibar story is de facto a wonderful one, easy pickings for a half-decent author. Euan McTear, an ardent young blogger now resident in Belfast, had dabbled with journalism in Scotland and then spent time in Barcelona...
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Jan Vertonghen injured and Thomas Vermaelen suspended for quarter-final
Vicente del Bosque was out-thought by Antonio Conte and it’s time for a change
How exotic visitors in 1966 inspired England’s own fans to travel abroad
Iceland's women have nearly qualified for their fourth Euros without the fanfare of the men
The Azzurri haven’t beaten La Roja in a competitive match since USA 94
Run knockout stage of Euro 2016 has eclipsed interest in both rugby and GAA
Chris Gunter’s “chin up” approach epitomises team’s bond with fans
Qualifying’s top scorers are yet to conceded a goal in Euro 2016 proper
Alessandro Schopf showed his potential in Marcel Koller’s squad
Ronald Koeman’s exit from St Mary’s another test Saints’ resolve
Seleção coach Fernando Santos remains defiant ahead of Hungary clash