Euro 2012: Polanski calls for 'special' effort
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Euro 2012: Polanski calls for 'special' effort

Warsaw : Poland | Jun 16, 2012 at 1:44 AM PDT
Source: Independent
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Eugen Polanski yesterday urged his Poland team-mates to "do something special" for the country ahead of tonight's do-or-die Group A clash with Czech Republic. Victory would send the Poles through to the last eight, but any other result would see them crash out of a tournament they are co-hosting along... FULL ARTICLE AT Independent
 
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