Uefa have plenty more to consider over Euro tournament

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Uefa is considering changes to the unprecedented format in a Europe shaken by the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic
Uefa is considering changes to the unprecedented format in a Europe shaken by the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic

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The competition will still officially be called Euro 2020 when it kicks off on June 11 2021, presumably at the Stadio Olimpico, which was supposed to host the first match between Italy and Turkey.

That was before the health crisis forced European football’s governing body to take action in mid-March and delay the tournament by 12 months as the continent became the epicentre of the pandemic.

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