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EURO team camps latest: 30 May
31/05/2012 by UEFA.com
Frank Lampard (left) suffered an injury scare in training with England todayUEFA EURO 2012 begins in little more than a week and all 16 finalists are applying the finishing touches to their pre-tournament preparations. UEFA.com has reporters assigned to every team involved who will provide daily updates from the camp.PortugalWith three days still to go until Portugal's fina... Full Story »
Lahm unperturbed by Schweinsteiger's fitness problems
31/05/2012 by YAHOO Sport
Germany captain Philipp Lahm insists that he is not in the least bit concerned by Bastian Schweinsteiger's fitness ahead of Euro 2012, arguing that even if the influential midfielder is forced to withdraw, the 2008 runner-up has adequate cover..Schweinsteiger is not currently training with his teammates as he struggles with a calf problem, but he is expected to be fit for hi... Full Story »
Final UEFA EURO 2012 squads confirmed
30/05/2012 by UEFA.com
The 16 UEFA EURO 2012 contenders confirmed their 23-man squads for the final tournament, with just ten days to go until the first matches in Poland and Ukraine.France's Laurent Blanc was one of the last coaches to announce his final squadUEFA EURO 2012 moved a step closer today with the 16 contenders confirming their 23-man squads for the finals before the 12.00CE... Full Story »
Cacau among omissions from final Germany squad
30/05/2012 by UEFA.com
Cacau is one of four players left out of Joachim Löw's 23-man squad for next month's finals, with the VfB Stuttgart forward sanguine about missing out on his "greatest goal".Cacau has been capped 23 times by GermanyGermany coach Joachim Löw has announced his final squad for UEFA EURO 2012, trimming his initial list from 27 players to 23.Among the omissions are goalkeepe... Full Story »
Low finalizes German squad for Euro 2012
29/05/2012 by ESPNSTAR.com
Cacau, Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Sven Bender and Julian Draxler have all been left out of Germany coach Joachim Low's final 23-man selection for Euro 2012.Low announced his squad one day early today [Monday], with the quartet flying back to Germany immediately.The Germany coach, who took a 27-man squad into two training camps in Sardinia and France, will explain his choice... Full Story »
Podolski promises better displays from Germany at Euro 2012
29/05/2012 by Goal.com
Lukas Podolski has declared that Germany will be back to their best at Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine after a humbling 5-3 defeat to Switzerland in Basel on Saturday.The striker, who recently confirmed his transfer to Arsenal, has promised better displays from Joachim Low's side and that the return of the Bayern Munich players to the squad will herald a majo... Full Story »
German squad enjoy F1 break in Monaco
28/05/2012 by ESPNSTAR.com
While Joachim Low and his assistants were going through the footage of Germany's defeat to Switzerland, their squad were enjoying Formula One in Monaco.The entire Germany congregation was invited to the race by one of the German Football Association's (DFB) main sponsors, but Low had some more important work to do following last night's defeat in Basle."We have a lot t... Full Story »
Mehmedi claims Switzerland were motivated to end 56-year winless streak versus Germany
27/05/2012 by Goal.com
Admir Mehmedi has revealed Switzerland's desire to end their 56-year winless run against Germany was behind the nation's 5-3 victory over Joachim Low's men on Saturday.The Swiss pulled off one of the surprise international results of the year to dent Die Mannschaft's preparations for Euro 2012, which begins in a fortnight.Ottmar Hitzfeld's side failed to qualify for the event... Full Story »
Euro 2012 round-up: Germany humbled by Switzerland, and Bulgaria upset Holland
27/05/2012 by Dailymail
Germany's preparations for Euro 2012 suffered a jolt as they were beaten 5-3 by Switzerland in Basel on Saturday night.Eren Derdiyok struck a hat-trick as the Swiss grabbed a first win over their cross-border rivals, who were without their Bayern Munich stars, for the first time in 56 years.Derdiyok shocked Germany with a double on 21 and 23 minutes and while Mats Hummel... Full Story »
Sagna confident Van Persie will be at Arsenal next season
26/05/2012 by Goal.com
Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna believes Robin van Persie will stay at the club despite reports that the Dutchman could leave the Emirates Stadium this summer.Van Persie, who hit 30 Premier League goals for the Gunners this season, has one year left on his contract and is reportedly a target for a host of top European sides. But fellow team-mate Sagna is certain that the No. 1... Full Story »