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A fond farewell
A fond farewell Martin Tyler

A fond farewell

Following Spain's success, Martin Tyler reflects on a tournament to remember in his final Euro 2012 blog.

An 800-mile mission Martin Tyler

An 800-mile mission

Martin Tyler blogs on his dash from Donetsk to Warsaw to attend both Euro 2012 semi-finals.

End of the line Martin Tyler

End of the line

Martin Tyler hails England's focused fans and tells the tale of an all-star queue at Donetsk Airport.

Break from the norm Martin Tyler

Break from the norm

Martin Tyler reports from Donetsk after England earned some rare luck in a game they could have lost.

Power rangers Martin Tyler

Power rangers

Martin Tyler has had his eyes fixed on Euro 2012 and he says England are the most dynamic team in it.

What's in a name? Martin Tyler

What's in a name?

Martin Tyler blogs on England's family links and the issue of pronouncing Polish names!

Anything can happen Martin Tyler

Anything can happen

As Martin Tyler prepares for Euro 2012, he recalls his unlikely debut in the tournament.

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