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Summer loving – Revisiting Wales’ Euro 2016 Campaign

Bosnia-Herzegovina 2-0 Wales. 10/10/15. The full time whistle blew. The news trickled in. Wales had forfeited their unbeaten record in the Euro 2016 qualifiers, and a proud nation exploded with joy. The 58 year wait for qualification to a major tournament finally had an expiry date thanks to a 2-1 Cyprus victory over Israel. Decades of false dawns, negligence, mismanagement and apathy faded …

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Bale Leads Wales to Victory Over Moldova

Bale Leads Wales to Victory Over Moldova It was the Gareth Bale show once again on Monday night as he led his home nation of Wales to a 4-0 win over Moldova. The Welshman scored two goals and provided one assist as he ran circles around the defense. How it Happened The opening goal of the match came in the …

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5 Biggest Shocks of Euro 2016!

Join us as we count down our 5 Biggest Shocks of Euro 2016, hours before the Final Kicks Off between France and Portugal.   5. Harry Kane Many thought that Harry Kane would be a key figure in England‘s Euro 2016 Campaign. Many were right to believe that, after the Spurs Forward scored 25 League goals last season as Spurs …

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The Final Four

48 matches, 103 goals, 142 yellow cards, three red cards, ten cities later and we’re down to the last four of Euro 2016: Let’s take a look at each team’s journey so far….   Wales: To say at the start of Euro 2016 that Wales would be in the semi-finals of their debut European Championship and 90 minutes away from …

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Gareth Bale vs Fyodor Smolov FaceSwap

On the eve of Russia vs Wales in a massive Euro 2016 encounter for Chris Coleman’s men, we’re taking a look at Gareth Bale vs Fyodor Smolov in the battle of the FaceSwaps…

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Minimum Points Needed to Get Out of the Group Stages at Euro 2016

With England suffering a heartbreaking last minute equaliser at the hands of Russia, I wondered about the possible scenarios that could happen to England in the following matches against Wales and Slovakia. One of these scenarios was England finishing third which usually leads to a team getting knocked out, but this tournament has a unique structure due to there being …

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5 Underdogs to Look Out For at Euro 2016

With Euro 2016 just a few days away it’s time to look at the teams that have managed to avoid the tag of favourites going in to the tournament, but at the same time they have the quality to upset some of the bigger nations if they are not given enough respect and we always love an underdog to surprise …

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