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Euro 2012 News is available on a daily basis at European-Championship.com, a website that will be publishing the sixteen squads for Euro 2012 as they are announced in the lead-up to the tournament.

The managers of the sixteen nations taking place at Euro 2012 have a shortlist of players that could potentially take part in Poland and Ukraine, although there is still time for others to play well for their club sides and demonstrate that they should be selected.

We will bring you the latest news on each squad, as well as any injury news which will mean that certain players will unfortunately miss out on Euro 2012. There will also be suspension news including the fact that Wayne Rooney will be banned for England’s opening two games of the tournament.

Euro 2012 takes place between Friday 8 June and Sunday 1 July, with European-Championship providing readers with a preview of every match that takes place, from the group stage all the way through to the final.

There will also be a match report for each game at Euro 2012 so that readers will know what has happened in each match, including the star players for each team and what that result means for the tournament as a whole.

Euro 2012 news will be published on a daily basis to ensure that readers are informed about everything that is happening when it comes to the summer tournament in Poland and Ukraine. 

Spain are the tournament favourites to win Euro 2012 and the big news relating to the Spanish squad is whether David Villa will recover from an injury and line up for the world champions who will be looking to make it a hat-trick of major titles.

Manager Vicente Del Bosque will also be hoping that Fernando Torres’ form for Chelsea improves in the second half of the season so that he can have another in-form striker, with Fernando Llorente also pressing for inclusion.

Meanwhile, there will be lots of news to come from the England camp where Fabio Capello will be selecting his final squad before standing down at the end of Euro 2012. Wayne Rooney will be in the 23-man squad, although Capello will need to decide which strikers are going to play in the absence of the Manchester United man for the first two games.

During the 2010 World Cup, one of the big news stories was a falling out between members of the French team and their manager Raymond Domenech and it is never a big surprise to see a clash take place within a team camp.

While Laurent Blanc will surely ensure that the team is on their best behaviour, there might be a case of player power among the other sides in the tournament, especially if the opening result at Euro 2012 is a poor one.

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