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On the ball: England’s Declan Rice celebrating the quarter final victory over Ukraine at the weekend. Credit: Nick Potts/PA

On the ball: England’s Declan Rice celebrating the quarter final victory over Ukraine at the weekend. Credit: Nick Potts/PA

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Paddy Healy with his son Patrick

Paddy Healy with his son Patrick

Phillip McCallister

Phillip McCallister

Kyle Beck

Kyle Beck

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On the ball: England’s Declan Rice celebrating the quarter final victory over Ukraine at the weekend. Credit: Nick Potts/PA

After more than 40 games in the 2020 European Championships to date, we’re down to the final stretch, with just three ties left to crown the winners.

Unfortunately, there has been no cheering from the Green and White Army this time round, as Ian Baraclough’s men fell short in qualifying. With Scotland not making it out of the group stages and Wales suffering defeat at the hands of Denmark in the last 16, that leaves one home nation in with a chance of lifting the trophy England.


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