It starts at 9 pm on Friday, a year later than planned because of the coronavirus: the 16th edition of the European Football Championship. The game is played all over Europe including Munich, Budapest and even Baku. The final will take place on 11 July at Wembley Stadium in London.
24 teams are fighting for the title, including Finland for the first time and Scotland for the first time in 25 years. You have to be especially careful with the latter, Diego Maradona once warned: “They have square feet. They are robocops.” One can rejoice that Brazil is not allowed to participate, because all Brazilians are “technically served” (Andy Brehm).
But in the end football is simple: “Put it in and go home” (Lukas Podolski). But football is also “ding, dang, dong”. There are not only things ”(Giovanni Trapatoni). Nevertheless, the media “sterilizes too much” (Bruno Labbadia). The best thing to do is leave the “horses in the village” (Maximilian Arnold).
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