Sunday, June 8, 2008

9/6/2008 Euro 2008 Live Romania vs France

The Group of Death kicks off with this live online and radio commentary Euro 2008 group match between France and Romania live with many supporting the French as usual while the Romanians are still an unknown side at this stage. They do look very impressive in previous games and if they can replicate the same form in this live online streaming match against the favourites French they might end up causing a huge result in world soccer. The key point about the Romanians is that they are not only skillful on the ball, they have a unpredictable quality to their play which is sometimes why they were referred to as the Brazilians of Europe in the past, even though that mantle has now been taken over by Portugal. Whether we will get to see the same kind of entertainment from them in this live soccer commentary match between Romania and France will depend on what kind of team they put out. If they field the same team that played in the qualifiers, then we could possibly enjoy a very good match ahead.

The French are relaxed and eager for this live commentary and online Euro 2008 match between Romania and France live to start as soon as possible so as to settle their nerves which have not been helped by constant media speculation on whether they will be successful or not. The French consider their right that they will be one of the top teams in the competition, whether they perform or not, but they might be missing their midfield general Patrick Viera and despite what some of the players say, they will miss him if he does not get to play. The pressure is mounting on their manager ahead of this live commentary and live streaming radio telecast match between Romania and France as his head is on the chopping block if he fails to deliver yet again, and getting to the finals is clearly not enough for some. He has not helped his reputation as well by making some very strange decisions ahead of this live commentary and live streaming TV broadcast match between Romania and France but he is clearly not lacking in any confidence of his managerial abilities so the world has to wait and see what happens.

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