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England and Italy are vying for the last semifinal berth at the European Championship _ and the winner will play Germany. Follow all of the action and build-up here. All times are Polish.
With random insights into England's European Championship quarterfinal match against Italy, a regional British police force made itself into a minor Twitter sensation on Sunday.
Soccer's seemingly endless argument about how to judge goal line decisions ignited again Tuesday, as Ukraine went out of the Euro 2012 tournament it is co-hosting.
England beat Ukraine 1-0 on Tuesday, while Sweden _ already eliminated _ beat France 2-0. Co-host Ukraine is now out of the tournament.
Lots of money, lots of luck, and players who didn't care about winning ugly _ just so long as they won _ turned Chelsea into the champions of Europe.
Fernando Torres got his first hat trick in more than 2 1/2 years Sunday to lead Chelsea to a 6-1 win over Queens Park Rangers in the English Premier League.
The English Premier League wants a handshake between John Terry and Anton Ferdinand before the Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers match in April.
A person familiar with the situation says Chelsea captain John Terry will be sidelined for several weeks with a knee injury, ruling him out of England's exhibition against the Netherlands next week.
Their colonial history notwithstanding, the English often like to think of themselves as being good at doing the right thing.