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my beloved family; my friends in Liverpool and London; and at various points, Dutch, French and Spanish fans here in the UK, it's time to head to Austria and Switzerland myself.
No doubt we'll find somewhere to watch Portugal's quarter final that evening. On Friday, we move on again to Vienna and all being well, we'll be in the Fan Zone for the last eight tie between Croatia and Turkey. Again, both nations boast tremendous travelling support and it should make for a colourful and noisy evening!
DynamicWe might need Saturday to recover, but Sunday looks set to be the highlight of our trip as we venture to the Ernst Happel Stadion for the quarter final involving Spain and either Romania, France or Italy. Like many of you, I have great affection for the Spanish and the prospect of seeing the dynamic duo of Fernando Torres and David Villa in knock out action is pretty exciting, especially as both appear to be in red hot form.
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My friends and I are staying in Seefeld, just outside Innsbruck, and we'll get a day off on Thursday to relax at our hotel and enjoy the Austrian hospitality. Vans Mens Boots
I'm flying from Luton to Zurich on Monday afternoon, in advance of Tuesday's Group C showdown between France and Italy at the Letzigrund. Hopefully Romania don't race into a comfortable lead against Holland in Berne else the game could go a bit flat, but it's certainly set up to be a nail biting encounter. Neither Les Bleus or the Azzurri have played anywhere near their potential yet, but both had their moments against the Dutch even though they were well beaten in the end. It's too close to call, and in truth I think Romania have to be slight favourites to go through especially after we Vans Game Over Shoes
CraftyOn Wednesday, I move on to Innsbruck with my friends Ed and Steve for Wednesday's Group D winner takes all clash between Russia and Sweden. Sweden only need a draw to go through as runners up, which means Guus Hiddink's side will have to go on the offensive. I was at Wembley for England's 3 0 qualifying win over Russia arguably the best performance under Steve McClaren and was hugely impressed by the crafty Andriy Arshavin, despite the scoreline. Arshavin was of course suspended for Russia's first two games of the tournament, but his return coupled with injury problems for Sweden could have a major impact on the result. I have a soft spot for Sweden though; their fans are magnificent (need I say more?) and there are few more impressive sights in football than an army of yellow and blue marching towards the stadium, such as we witnessed before their 2 2 draw with England in Cologne at World Cup 2006.
saw the effect mass changes had on Portugal on Monday night.
Sunday night's match between Turkey and the Czech Republic resulted in one of the most extraordinary football finales of recent times and if we see anything like the drama of Geneva, we will have had a memorable trip. For now, it's auf wiedersehen but check back on Fan's Eye throughout the week for news of the magic and the madness from Euro 2008!
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