England’s seemingly slim hopes of claiming Euro 2012 glory have been reduced further in recent days due to injuries to the likes of Gareth Barry and Frank Lampard. Yet, there are some who dare to dream and wonder ‘what if’ it finally happens.
The journey for Roy Hodgson’s men begins against France in Donetsk on June 11, with a positive result needed to set the tone for merely progression from group stages.
Absolute Radio‘s Ian Wright will be on hand to get behind England throughout the Three Lions’ Euro 2012 campaign.
In fact, fans can enjoy Wrighty’s commentary via Absolute Radio on daily basis over the course of the tournament at 5pm GMT.
The former Arsenal and England star will provide in-depth match analysis on 105.8FM in London/the South East and on 1215AM nationwide on digital radio, online, mobile, and digital TV.
Aside from England’s Euro 2012 fixtures, Absolute Radio holds the rights to broadcast Republic of Ireland’s group stage and knock-out matches as well.
Both England and Ireland missed the competition in 2008, which means that the duo’s ardent fans now have the opportunity to stay on top of the action with this extensive coverage offered by Absolute Radio.
A sneak peek of the coverage can be seen below.
Aside from France, England will be facing Sweden and co-hosts Ukraine during their group stage commitments.
Ireland, meanwhile, are poised to face an even tougher task with Croatia, Italy, and reigning champions Spain forming the remainder of their group.
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