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Expanded Euros will retain quality - Platini
19/06/2012 by YAHOO Sport
WARSAW (Reuters) - The next European Championship will not suffer a drop in quality when it expands to 24 teams in 2016 from the current 16-team format, UEFA president Michael Platini said on Monday. "Twenty-four is ok...I think it's ok. Eight good teams to add. It's not a problem of quality," Platini told reporters on Monday, looking ahead to France 2016 after giving ... Full Story »
Low happy with progress
18/06/2012 by Sky Sport
Bayer Leverkusen defender repays faith of Germany coachJoachim Low: Happy with his side after Denmark winGermany coach Joachim Low believes his side are growing into the tournament after they qualified for the quarter-finals with a 100 per cent record.Goals from Lukas Podolski and Lars Bender were sandwiched by a strike from Denmark's Michael Krohn-Dehli.The win now sets Low'... Full Story »
Denmark 1 Germany 2: Danes heading home as ton-up Podolski sets up Greece clash
18/06/2012 by Dailymail
Germany’s presence in the quarter-finals of Euro 2012 is as deserved as it was to be expected. Here in steamy Lviv, though, Joachim Low’s team showed their first signs of vulnerability as they survived some nervous moments to overcome a Danish team that hasn’t managed to build on an opening win over Holland and will now head home.Party time: Germany celebrate Lukas Podolski'... Full Story »
Germany 2-1 Denmark
18/06/2012 by ESPNSTAR.com
Lars Bender spared Germany from a shock Euro 2012 exit with the winning goal in a 2-1 victory over Denmark, whose tournament ended in Lviv.The Bayer Leverkusen midfielder, playing as full-back for the national team, struck as Denmark were pushing for a goal which would have taken them through to the last eight at their opponents' expense, and just after Morten Olsen's side ha... Full Story »
High-flying Germans out to down Danes
17/06/2012 by YAHOO Sport
After two wins already at Euro 2012, a confident Germany are aiming to beat Denmark on Sunday in Lviv to finish top of Group B and set up a quarter-final near their base in Gdansk.Having twice flown to the Ukraine for their respective wins against Portugal and Holland, Germany return to Lviv aiming to beat the Danes and book their place in the Gdansk quarter-final on Frida... Full Story »
Denmark v Germany preview - Danes hoping to cause an upset in Lviv
17/06/2012 by Sky Sport
Joachim Low: Has guided Germany to back-to-back victories at Euro 2012With there still all to play for in Group B, Denmark and Germany head into the final round of fixtures looking for a win to carry them into the quarter-finals.Germany are all but assured of a place in the last eight, with two impressive performances seeing them to back-to-back victories and the top of th... Full Story »
Low tinkers for final group game
17/06/2012 by ESPNSTAR.com
Germany coach Joachim Low is facing the dilemma of whether to rotate his squad or not ahead of their final Euro 2012 Group B encounter with Denmark on Sunday.Despite winning their first two group matches, Germany still need a point to secure their place in the last eight and Low must decide whether to take the risk of making a few changes or stick with a winning side.He mus... Full Story »
Euro: Van Marwijk's Dutch left with one option - attack
17/06/2012 by YAHOO Sport
Netherlands must beat Portugal by two goals and hope old rivals Germany help them out with a victory over Denmark and that cold reality will be reflected in the Dutch tactics, coach Bert Van Marwijk said on Saturday. Defeats by Denmark and Germany have left the Dutch without a point but still with a chance to reach the last eight. "The biggest change for us is that it is abou... Full Story »
Euro: Germans won't underestimate us this time: Danes
17/06/2012 by YAHOO Sport
LVIV (Reuters) - Germany will not underestimate Denmark in their last Group B match the way they did in the 1992 European Championship final which the Danes won 2-0, Danish coach Morten Olsen said on Saturday. Denmark could qualify for the quarter-final with just a point from Sunday's game in Lviv but may well have to beat a German side who have won their first two Euro 201... Full Story »
Both young and experienced, Podolski will be an ace for Arsene's Arsenal
16/06/2012 by Dailymail
Lukas Podolski turned 27 earlier in June; on Sunday he wins his 100th cap for Germany. The £11million that Arsenal have paid Cologne for Podolski has bought relative youth and vast experience. Arsenal have also purchased versatility and personality. All in all, ‘Poldi’ packs a punch.On the leafy outskirts of Gdansk, Podolski smiled his way through a busy press conference prio... Full Story »