Germany. Again.

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It shouldn’t be a surprise really. In an 8 (until 1992), 16 (until 2012) or 24 team tournament, featuring the best national teams of UEFA’s 55 members, obviously England is at some point going to play Germany at the European Football Championships.

They’ve met at Euro 2000, in a grim group-stage which saw both sides (Germany the defending champions, no-less) finish 3rd and 4th in the group stages and get eliminated — England by…

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