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A Polish perspective on UEFA EURO 2012

Published: Friday 29 June 2012, 17.05CET
UEFA EURO 2012 has come to an end in Poland and the country can reflect on a fantastic three weeks and a job well done. UEFA.com reviews the tournament from a Polish perspective.

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Published: Friday 29 June 2012, 17.05CET

A Polish perspective on UEFA EURO 2012

UEFA EURO 2012 has come to an end in Poland and the country can reflect on a fantastic three weeks and a job well done. UEFA.com reviews the tournament from a Polish perspective.

So, as far as Poland is concerned, UEFA EURO 2012 is now at an end. The country has put on a great show with the host cities of Warsaw, Gdansk, Poznan and Wroclaw throwing themselves into holding 15 top-class matches, a task they achieved with aplomb.

The sights and sounds will stay with those who both made the trip, and the tournament happen, for a long time yet. The Poland national team may have failed to make the quarter-finals, but it did not take the gloss off a superb three weeks. UEFA.com rounds up UEFA EURO 2012 from a Polish perspective in this video review.

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