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"Yordan Lechkov, one of the best Bulgarian football players, a key member of the squad which reached the semi-finals of the 1994 World Cup in the U.S.A., participant in UEFA Euro 1996 in England and now vice-president of the Executive Committee of the Bulgarian Football Union (BFU), in an interview for Radio FOCUS", www.focus-fen.net
"Ahead of what promises to be one of the biggest sporting events of the year – the 2016 UEFA European Championships in France – Gary McIlraith, CEO at NetNames, the online brand protection specialist, warns travelling fans to look out for scams this summer.", www.cloudcomputingintelligence.com
"PARIS (AP) — Striking workers rather than security threats are the pressing challenges for European Championship organizers right now, with less than two days until France hosts its biggest event since last year's wave of extremist attacks. Access to a train carrying the European Championship trophy across France was blocked by protesters fighting to stop planned labor law reforms as it reached the end of its 25-city tour of France at Paris' Gare du Nord station on Wednesday. The French government has created an emergency alert application for smartphones intended to send swift warnings to other smartphone users in the event of a bombing, shooting or other disaster. Defending champion Spain arrived at its training camp near the city of La Rochelle in western France on Wednesday, the day after a morale-sapping home loss to 137th-ranked Georgia in its final warm-up match.", www.chron.com
"PARIS: Banned UEFA president Michel Platini will be allowed to attend matches at the European soccer Championship providing he does not do it in any official role, the European governing body's acting general secretary said on Wednesday.`We received a letter today (from FIFA) telling us Michel could attend matches as a person, providing he does not do so in any official function`, Theodore Theodoridis told a pre-tournament news conference.The executive committee of UEFA will now rule on a de", www.brecorder.com