Spain v Czech Republic, 13th June, 2pm

silkyman

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Rumours and reports that De Gea has been sent home after being implicated in a sex trafficking and assault case in Spain...

So... Yeah.

That.
 

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Rumours and reports that De Gea has been sent home after being implicated in a sex trafficking and assault case in Spain...

So... Yeah.

That.
Can't find anything that reports he's been sent home? Certainly nothing in England or Spain. Just that he might be implicated in something that dates back to 2012.
 

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So Spain are still ridiculously boring to watch and don't seem to have learnt any lessons from 2014 - they're far too prone to getting hit on the counter-attack.
 

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I think that this match is the most boring one since the EURO 2016 has started... Spain plays very bad... let's see if the Czech Republic can make the lucky punch?!
 

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I thought that was an enjoyable game, Spain were a joy to watch on the ball at times, though they are clearly missing a clinical forward that suits this system. They also overplay it when in promising positions quite frequently.
 

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Don't think Spain are anywhere near being the team they were in 2008 and 2012, they lack a proper clinical striker and they over play far too much. Could see the Germans and even the French beating them in later rounds, it's a good result though for them and they'll be relieved they got the 3 points.
 

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