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DNIPRO FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Artur UKRAINE !!!!!!!!!!!! pat these stadiums blow pat these stadiums suck poland kicks ass pat ukraince sucks my balls dan I dont think that is the warsaw stadium i have seen a way nicer one.. Danylo2006 Львів найкращий Taras I love these stadiums. Can’t wait to see them! viva lviv Serge Odessa will be the main city! 100% People of Ukraine Kiss my ass pat !!!!! Psychedel Ukraine and Poland are Friends!!!!!!!!!!…

Ukraine’s preparations to co-host the European Football Championship in 2012 have fallen badly behind schedule. Uefa, Europe’s football governing body, has given the country until 30 November to show significant improvement, or face losing most of the matches to the co-hosts, Poland. In the eastern city of Donetsk, people are riding high on a tide of football fever. In May their team, Shakhtar, won the Uefa cup. Thousands came out…

Poles are running ahead of schedule with their preparations. Poland is ahead of schedule in its preparations for the 2012 European Soccer Championship. The UEFA commission recently visited Poland and Ukraine to assess the situation and approved the progress made in the Polish cities of Warsaw, Poznan, Gdansk, and Wroclaw, which will host the soccer games. Poland hopes that Ukraine will keep to its schedule and will clear the backlog, otherwise…

Where even soccer is politics, infrastructure improvements have fallen behind. KIEV — In Ukraine, soccer is simply politics pursued through other means. The vicious and sometimes petty power struggle at the highest reaches of the country’s government has spilled over to its sports fields. Two years ago, UEFA, Europe’s governing soccer body, awarded Ukraine and its Slavic neighbor Poland the prestigious designation as co-hosts of the European…

The industrial heart of eastern Ukraine was glowing in a beautiful sunset as local heroes Shakhtar Donetsk took on their arch-rivals Dinamo Kiev. Yet the Soviet-era stadium looked small and a bit too old-fashioned for Shakhtar Donetsk, one of the country’s top teams. There are concerns that Ukraine may not be ready in time for the Uefa European Football Championships in 2012, which it will co-host with Poland. It will be the most prestigious…

A fan Boycott Euro-2012 1. Why do we call to boycott the UEFA EURO 2012 in Ukraine? Ukraine needs democracy and freedom, not the show. In the 21st century the dictatorship is reviving in the center of Europe. Opposition leaders are in prison, the government limits a free press and restricts civil rights and liberties, destroys small and medium-sized businesses, supports criminals. We ask the international community to boycott the Ukrainian…

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The euphoria which gripped Ukraine and Poland on April 18, 2007 after winning the right to host Europe’s football championship, EURO 2012, has come to nothing. A year after the triumphal hugs and kisses, the two countries’ preparations have progressed so poorly that Football Federation of Ukraine President Hryhoriy Surkis, and Football Federation of Poland President Michal Listkiewicz had to explain the situation in detail to the Union of…

  Uefa president Michael Platini reveals the surprise hosts of Euro 2012 Poland and Ukraine have been chosen to host the 2012 European Championships. Italy was widely expected to win the Uefa vote in Cardiff, with another joint bid from Croatia and Hungary also in the running. However, Italy’s bid was overshadowed by last season’s referee corruption scandal and on-going problems with football-related crowd trouble. It will be…

przemko ukraine ppl we need you in euro2012…..polish brov EuroAnon 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…