World Football: 5 Reasons Why Euro 2012 Will Be Harder to Win Than the World Cup

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World Football: 5 Reasons Why Euro 2012 Will Be Harder to Win Than the World Cup

The 2010 World Cup in South Africa was a success for the country's economy and global image, as it showcased a nation that many would have been apprehensive to visit despite being the colourful and friendly society that it is.

However, the football played was less enlightening.

Too many drab 0-0 and 1-0 games did nothing to dampen the spirits of the African crowds, but for the viewing public, it did nothing to fulfill their footballing urges.

The European Championship this summer in Poland and Ukraine will be a different story, however, and it will be much harder for the Spanish, who won in South Africa, to claim their second consecutive Euro crown.

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