Sometimes you earn a little leeway.
Once Marc Wilmots resigned as Belgium boss, it was time for the federation to find the man who would lead their golden generation. Is It Roberto MartA�nez?
On Sunday afternoon, sans Ronaldo for almost 100 minutes, Portugal was able to outlast France and become European Champions. Once more, the hosts shrunk.
It’s not Portugal’s fault for taking advantage of every break that’s gone their way at the Euro. All that matters are results, and they keep getting them.
We’re almost there, aren’t we? Two big matchupsa��Portugal v. Wales, Germany v. Francea��will produce our Euro 2016 Final. What can we expect?
After going 5-3 in our Euro 2016 Round of 16 predictions, it’s time to breakdown the four matches making up the quarterfinals. Which countries will advance?
Where did the Euro group stages get us? Where do we go from here? It’s prediction time with the Round of 16 kicking off.
All this talk of dilution because of the Euro expanding, and yet, it’s been the bigger nations that haven’t been so convincing.
Iceland frustrated Portugal most of Tuesday afternoon en route to a historic draw. Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t see it that way. Cristiano Ronaldo is wrong.
We’ve got Ronaldo, a rebuilt Austria side, and two nations in Iceland and Hungary that are stronger than you think. What can we expect from our final group?
In a group full of past and present dark horses, who will emerge? Will Belgium finally take advantage of their golden generation? Will Zlatan deliver?
Will Spain re-discover their identity after disappointing in Brazil? Will Croatia keep it together enough to advance? That and more in our Group D preview.
Is it Die Mannschaft and everyone else as we turn our attention to Group C? Not exactly. The Germans should top their group, but Poland won’t roll over.
This is one of the brightest England attacks in years. Plus, Gareth Bale (Wales) is finally at a major tournament. What can we expect out of Group B?
Are you ready for the Euro? Group A features a tournament favorite in France, but they’ll need to overcame a shaky back line if they are to make a run.
International football doesn’t cease after the World Cup.