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Euro 2024: Group A (Germany, Hungary, Scotland, Switzerland)


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14 June
Germany vs Scotland (Munich, 20:00)

15 June
Hungary vs Switzerland (Cologne, 14:00)

19 June
Germany vs Hungary (Stuttgart, 17:00)
Scotland vs Switzerland (Cologne, 20:00)

23 June
Switzerland vs Germany (Frankfurt, 20:00)
Scotland vs Hungary (Stuttgart, 20:00)

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Interesting watch on Hungary. Partly about the team as it stands, partly about exactly what's gone on in Hungary that's lead to their team becoming resurgent (aka heavy political interference).

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Germany v Scotland ITV

Hungary v Switzerland ITV

Germany v Hungary BBC

Scotland v Switzerland BBC

Switzerland v Germany BBC

Scotland v Hungary BBC

 

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1 hour ago, sheepyvillian said:

I've gone for McGinn first GS tonight. Heart over the head, however, I honestly think Scotland might snatch a draw.

I'm going an utterly unconvincing 2-0 home win 

Interested in musiala and wirtz, feels like Bellingham has already stepped up on the world stage but these 2 could star here (Germany will need them to...)

After that the tournament in general I think Simons, sesko, the 2 Portuguese CBs, lamal, Zaire emery, yildiz and guler, there's a few interesting youngsters 

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14 minutes ago, villa4europe said:

I'm going an utterly unconvincing 2-0 home win 

Interested in musiala and wirtz, feels like Bellingham has already stepped up on the world stage but these 2 could star here (Germany will need them to...)

After that the tournament in general I think Simons, sesko, the 2 Portuguese CBs, lamal, Zaire emery, yildiz and guler, there's a few interesting youngsters 

I'm interested in the young English defender, Konsa. I've heard really good things about this lad.😉

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7 minutes ago, theboyangel said:

Souness speaking about Alan Hansen as if he’s passed away… 

 

By saying he's the best footballing cb ever.  Not sure, but he's in a big fight for his life. 

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Just now, PaulC said:

By saying he's the best footballing cb ever.  Not sure, but he's in a big fight for his life. 

It was just his choice of tense I found very odd, he was speaking as if Hansen had actually passed away and not in a battle with illness.
 

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18 minutes ago, PaulC said:

By saying he's the best footballing cb ever.  Not sure, but he's in a big fight for his life. 

He was like the Scottish Bekenbauer in his prime. I remember meeting him, as a kid, when he was rehabilitating, at Lilleshall, from injury. Always admired him. Wasn't a bad pundit either. 

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16 minutes ago, theboyangel said:

It was just his choice of tense I found very odd, he was speaking as if Hansen had actually passed away and not in a battle with illness.
 

It's not looking good, that's for certain. 

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