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16/11/2009 3 Comments

Gianni Infantino, Secretary General of the UEFA has warned that Ukraine can lose the right to co-organize championships in 2012 with Poland.

– At present, nothing can be ruled out but Ukraine knows what has to be done to not to make such situation happen – said Infantino in Florence during discussions of the organization of European champions leagues.

He added that he is concerned with delays in the infrastructure. He reminded that until the end of November, the Ukrainians have time to convince UEFA that they are able to organize the championships.

 Ukraine can lose the tournament

The final decision on Euro 2012 will be made in 9-11 December at a meeting of the UEFA Executive Committee. It is known that there is no risk when it comes to the organization of the tournament in four Polish cities – Warsaw, Poznan, Wroclaw and Gdansk.

Inspection in progress. MFW threatens Ukraine

The biggest UEFA inspection has started since the European federation awarded to Poland and Ukraine the right to organize European Championships. The number of host cities, where EURO 2012 will take place, depends on the results of observations taking part several days.

Meanwhile, Ukraine has no money to carry out major investments. The central bank stated on Friday that the necessary 10 mld hryvnia, which were supposed to come from the bank, are not available. Moreover, even if it had the amount of money the International Monetary Fund does not agree to this method of financing of preparations. The Fund also warns that it will take back the money if the government tries to patch the gap with the money from the national bank.

If we add to this not very favorable opinion of Gianni Infantino and the lack of possibility of obtaining funds from other sources, it appears that Ukraine has a big problem.

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Comments:
  1. ukraine ppl we need you in euro2012…..polish brov

  2. Ukraine does not seem fit to host the competition. It is financially too much for them, it would be best for the Ukraine and the Tournament if they pull out. Poland has done a fantastic job in it’s preparations, from what I’ve read, and maybe the most logical solution would be to add 2 extra venues in Poland and the remaining to be provided by cities in East Germany. This is both the most logical and sensible approach for all parties involved and would guarantee the tournament running smoothly.

  3. @EuroAnon:
    take into consideration that:
    – Euro 2012 is an important symbolic event for both countries AND for Europe
    – Poland has received financial support from EU, Ukraine has not
    – it does not make sense (neither in PL nor in UA) to oblige the euro hosts to spend billions for road and rail infrastructure. It is “only” a football tournament, stadiums, airports and hotels are important, the rest is a nice to have
    – remember the preparation periods for Euro 2008 (in CH+A), the stadiums had not been finished WEEKS before the opening game !
    Plus: have a look at what is going on in South Africa now (and they play in 2010, not in 2012)
    – I call for a broad-minded approach, excluding EU-centristic views, prejudiced opinions
    – Euro 2012 is a big chance for PL + UA: lets share this ! Dont let you divide and play against each other

    Surchik,
    Vienna, Austria

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