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Sweden Vs Spain Highlights : Euro 2008 Highlights

Spain Vs Sweden Highlights : Euro 2008 Highlights UEFA EURO 2008 GROUP D: Spain Vs Sweden Highlights Date: Sat 14 June Kick-off: 1700 BST Venue: Stadion Tivoli Neu, Innsbruck Who ever wins this match is likely to Join Portugal & Holland in the next round, Spain look the favourites to take this group with a young skillful side, but will …

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Sweden Vs Spain Live Online & Match Preview : Euro 2008 Live Online

Spain Vs Sweden Live Online & Match Preview : Euro 2008 Live Online UEFA EURO 2008 GROUP D: Spain Vs Sweden Live Streams Date: Sat 14 June Kick-off: 1700 BST Venue: Stadion Tivoli Neu, Innsbruck Spain coach Luis Aragones is unlikely to make any changes to his side which seen them defeat Russia 4-1, That will mean Liverpool striker Fernando …

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Spain Vs Russia Highlights

Spain Vs Russia Highlights UEFA EURO 2008 GROUP D Date: Tue 10 June Kick-off: 1700 BST Venue: Stadion Tivoli Neu, Innsbruck Spain kicked off their Euro 2008 campaign against Russia, Spain have a very exciting team for this tournament but they usually always do but they always seem to underperform at the big tournaments. Russia will likely miss Andrei Arshavin …

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Spain Vs Russia Live Streaming & Match Preview

Spain Vs Russia Live Streaming & Match Preview UEFA EURO 2008 GROUP D Date: Tue 10 June Kick-off: 1700 BST Venue: Stadion Tivoli Neu, Innsbruck Spain have a few light injury worries as they prepare to kick off their Euro 2008 against Russia, Coach Luis Aragones will have to wait till the last minute to decide on David Villa, Sergio …

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Spain’s 23-man World Cup squad Announced

Spain‘s coach, Luis Aragones has decided on the final 23 man that will lead the spanish challenge in this years World Cup. Among notable absentees are Liverpool striker Fernando Morientes and Valencia midfielder Ruben Baraja. The Spain squad for the 2006 World Cup is: Iker Casillas (Real Madrid), Santiago Canizares (Valencia), Jose Reina (Liverpool) Michel Salgado, Sergio Ramos (both Real …

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