UEFA European Football Championship

I must confess that a couple of years ago my passion for the game of football had seriously waned...
In what has already been possibly the most entertaining Euros to date the competition has already brought us a shed load of hilarious moments. In conclusion of the group stages here are my Top 5 moments from the 2016 Uefa European Championships so far...
​Euro 2016 is almost upon us and with it comes yet another sea of talent that clubs worldwide can dip into, with hoards of scouts expected to be in the stands in France to watch the hottest prospects dazzle in this summer's highly anticipated tournament. Stars like Kingsley Coman and Anthony Martial have already gained publicity despite their tender ages, but there are still plenty out there who are somewhat unknown quantities...
Matt Spiro is the English voice of French football. He's the go to guy whenever your club buys a player from Ligue Un. Therefore
In just over two months the Euros will be upon us. Alongside my special guests I've shown you Marseille, Lyon and Toulouse
Marseille at Night* And after the party, where should we go to recuperate? One of the best places in Marseille to relax with
This is no ordinary city guide. We have the sporting world's best telling you where they hang out. Last week Euro's hero Sylvain Wiltord guided us around Lyon, this week we have another world class athlete; England Rugby's fifth all time highest point scorer and current Stade Toulousain fly-half Toby Flood knows the best kept secrets of Toulouse...
Gibraltar was drawn in the same Euro 2016 football tournament qualifying group as Spain - only to be moved to another for
The extreme disparity that exists between the rarefied world inhabited by those at the top of football and those struggling at the bottom is proof positive that the sport long credited with bringing the world together in a spirit of egalitarianism and joy has lost its soul. If anything, The Beautiful Game has grown ugly.
For all of football's status as a European cultural icon, for all its intangible preeminence, the meat of its success, the living, breathing organism that is the European football fandom, is actually millions of organisms: individuals, countless raving, screaming, chanting, singing fans, all convinced like the followers of many a world religion that any and all non-subscribers to their creed are doomed to damnation