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If defeated in a match, the English will complain they were cheated; The French will insist it doesn’t matter; The Spanish will pray; and the Italians will sulk. The Germans usually win, if they don’t get too defensive. If they lose they will soul search. But that’s when a tournament is finished . With the ongoing European Football Championships, we’re just getting started with the first knock out match yesterday. Going into a match, a good rule of thumb is that you can’t depend on the French, period; you can depend on the English, to be pig-headed; you can depend on the Spanish, for now; you don’t know what to expect from the Greeks; and you can utterly depend on the Germans to be clinical, in victory or in defeat. For those of you who are not familiar with the European Football Championship, Wikipedia lists it as “ The main football competition of the men’s national football teams governed by UEFA (the Union of European Football Associations). (It is) held every four years since 1960, in the even-numbered year between World Cup tournaments”. I disagree with that definition. It might be factually true, but it is both uninformative and misleading. The tournament was established solely to provide the countries of Europe with an alternative to the battlefield to venttheir spleen. You know, a playground where the boys could “have it out”, without causing themselves or others harm. I believe that initially there was some talk of leaving England out of it because it isn’t technically in Continental Europe. Against threats of being snitched upon with the United States,its participation was grudgingly allowed. Since the loss of its Imperial status, however, England has a chronic inferiority complex. As a www.fifa16coinbuy.com result, and despiteskilled individual players, England has never won the Championship, much to their chagrin, and the joy of the others. Russia, then the U.S.S.R, was never denied entry. Firstly because it would piss-off the Americans., which the Europeans love to do; secondly because you really can’t deny Russia anything. In 1960, it was the big bully on the continental playground. Now it mightn’t be that big a bully, but have you met Putin? You don’t deny that man anything, and Putin, I’m afraid to say, is Russia. Now let’s talkchampionship. Itstarts with a Round Robin. 4 groups of nations play each other, with the top 2 getting past to the Quarter-Finals, at which stage it becomes a knock-out. The first knock-out match yesterday was between the Czech Republic and Portugal. One country with limited indebtedness v.