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Boycotting Euro 2008 Championships?

Just because England failed to qualify for this years Euro 2008 Championships, does it mean genuine football fans will boycott the Euros?

Surely, the answer must be an overwhelming NO. Those of us allowed to hog the television screens for the next three to four weeks will be looking forward to a footballing spectacular - surely!



Every single game has been sold out for months, albeit the grounds aren't exactly as plush or as big as those we've come accustomed to in the Premiership. Nevertheless, I'm sure you would agree Austria and Switzerland will put on a show worthy of any occasion.

For one month only, Vital Manchester City has created a forum specifically catering for those of us prepared for what will hopefully be a footballing feast.

To access the forum, and join in with up-to-date news, reviews and gossip, click here.



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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 6 2008

Time: 6:24PM

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of course not, i personally can't wait till it starts, check our portuguals back 4, (3 of whom are chelsea!) ribery, nasri, benzema, aguero.. countless talent
pulse
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06/06/2008 18:55:00

So far, has the tournament been good, or bad? IMO it's been OK, still room for improvement but OK. Best game so far, Dutch v Italians.
Tudor
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10/06/2008 19:32:00

Even though I would have wanted England in it, its nice to watch it with no pressure.
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