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Old December 8th, 2010, 10:08 PM   #81
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I'd like to hear about the Bulgarian and Hungarian possible host cities/stadiums.
you talk just to talk, read my previous post. Bulgaria refused you, Hungary cant be ready till 2024 at least, we are in severe crisis now.

in our press there are rumours that Romania will host single in 2024, because Turkey will take the Euro 2020 and other countries from East arent prepared.

you talk about imaginary projects, talk only about your country, cause here unfortunately we dont find money not even for the renovation of Ferenc Puskas and not even for hosting the European Champs of handball... sad, but true!
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Old December 8th, 2010, 10:22 PM   #82
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Ok, you're just being ignorant. Please point out: where did I say that I was talking about real projects? Just to cover your affirmation and show that you don't "talk just to talk".
We are talking scenarios here, because there is no official bidding fron any of these countries.
About the "talk only about your country" part, why do you think I asked for someone to tell me about possible Hungarian or Bulgarian host cities/stadiums?

And please, read the definition of "possible". It would help you. Just like a pill would.
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Old December 8th, 2010, 10:31 PM   #83
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if anyone is talking just to talk its uou google1998 ...

romania will not take euro 2024 ... for the same reason as bulgaria or hungary, your press is inventing things... here on the 2 of december mircea sandu said that romania and hungary will bid for 2024,

http://www.onlinesport.ro/stiri/fotb...in-romania.htm
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Old December 9th, 2010, 01:49 PM   #84
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Old December 10th, 2010, 01:02 AM   #85
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pal, I am from Europe and I can tell you that Ireland is near to bankrupcy... the country from Europe with the most severe crisis! so no Euro for them...
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Old December 10th, 2010, 02:07 AM   #86
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Their bid was the strongest and most tempting
The most tempting...maybe for you !

The Turkish bid was strong indeed, but the French one was even stronger :

-Largest proposed stadiums (and none of them has an athletics track)
-Better tourist spots/cities (1st tourist destination in the world)
-A larger high-speed network already in place (1st one in Europe and 3rd one in the world)
-Better highway/freeway network already in place
-Better transportation systems already in place in the 11 proposed host cities
-Larger airports
-Better technology infrastructure
-Renewable energy used in the 12 proposed stadiums
-Very good experience in hosting big events (safety & security)
-A great location between the 4 other football powerhouses (already connected with France by high-speed trains)
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Old December 10th, 2010, 02:25 AM   #87
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If Qatar is big enough for the World Cup, then Luxemburg or Monaco, even Vatican City should bid for Euro 2020.
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Old December 10th, 2010, 01:50 PM   #88
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If Qatar is big enough for the World Cup, then Luxemburg or Monaco, even Vatican City should bid for Euro 2020.
or your head seeing you have nothing there...
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Old December 10th, 2010, 02:23 PM   #89
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Cornelinho, what do you think about the joint bid Hungary-Czech Republic?
Those countries don't even border each other.

It's like having the Netherlands and Bulgaria joint bid.
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Old December 10th, 2010, 02:49 PM   #90
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Bulgaria-Romania would be interesting.
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BTW: Will Croatia make bid for Euro?
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Old December 10th, 2010, 02:52 PM   #92
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The most tempting...maybe for you !

The Turkish bid was strong indeed, but the French one was even stronger :

-Largest proposed stadiums (and none of them has an athletics track)
-Better tourist spots/cities (1st tourist destination in the world)
-A larger high-speed network already in place (1st one in Europe and 3rd one in the world)
-Better highway/freeway network already in place
-Better transportation systems already in place in the 11 proposed host cities
-Larger airports
-Better technology infrastructure
-Renewable energy used in the 12 proposed stadiums
-Very good experience in hosting big events (safety & security)
-A great location between the 4 other football powerhouses (already connected with France by high-speed trains)
+ michele platinis and theo zwanzigers french-german-lobby, a.k.a. "gentlemans agreement"
+ best media-source: knowing the results 24h before official placing

if france is bidding for the next euro (again), you're allowed to troll anyone with french-stuff-blah-blah... like last time against turkish italian people. otherwise, ta gueule
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Old December 10th, 2010, 03:19 PM   #93
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Got to go with Italy or Turkey on this. They're the only countries large enough to plausibly need 10 30,000+ stadiums. Plus they're individual bids rather than joint ones between 2 or more countries.

Turkey's problem is that most of their best stadiums are located in 1 city (Istanbul) and most of the others would need some serious (and expensive) building work to bring them up to the required standard. Whereas most of Italy's are already there and would require only renovating.
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Old December 10th, 2010, 03:24 PM   #94
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@Lucky"smile": Sore loser ?? Jealous ??

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ta gueule
But no need to be offensive !



PS: Don't worry I will "troll" again with the "french-stuff-blah-blah" when most of Euro 2016 stadiums will be U/C, and until France 2016 tournament ends !

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Old December 10th, 2010, 03:45 PM   #95
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Try to leave your superioriority outside the forum
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Old December 10th, 2010, 03:53 PM   #96
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I'll try when guys like him will stop to attack me (and my country) !
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I'll try when guys like him will stop to attack me (and my country) !
"attacking you, youre country" - are you serious?!
- you troll all the time by repeating french-stuff in topic without french subjects.
- you mention french stadiums, infrastructure in non-french bids.
- you qoute (unofficial) statistics/thoeries in topics, where france has no bidding intentions.

and if someone's conters you, you try to provoke. you, sir, are a web-troll. don't get me wrong, but: in euro 2020/2024, only a few non-french give a f*ck about your french-blah-blah... why should i be jealous about what?!

if someone writes down his opinion about the actual topic, why the hell do you write "maybe for you" or "this is what you think"??? of course its his opinion! his is writing in down! are you nuts?!

THIS IS ABOUT euro2020/2024, with probably:
Italy Turkey Scotland-Wales Czech Republic-Slovakia Romania-Hungary/Bulgaria Serbia-Bosnia-Croatia

the best chances AT THE MOMENT have

scotland, wales - aviva is a great one, will host europa league match. the others maybe ols, but they're all football functional stadiums.

turkey - yes, agree! the best/modern football staiums are in istanbul (4-5 teams actually). they really hav to start building outside istanbul. and i think, they already did building some of the euro-proposals.

italy - they started very late with refurbishing/building new stadiums. the juventus arena is a good step forward.

but bucharests "Lia Manoliu" Arena is a big boost! made with the frankfurt-template, but avoided most of the mistakes...
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if someone writes down his opinion about the actual topic, why the hell do you write "maybe for you" or "this is what you think"??? of course its his opinion!
THIS IS ABOUT euro2020/2024
Indeed, but his sentence was about Euro 2016 bids... That's why I answered actually.... But maybe replies are no longer allowed here...

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I'm surprised the Turks didn't win the bid to host Euro 2016. Their bid was the strongest and most tempting.
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Old December 10th, 2010, 05:01 PM   #99
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And, in order to be on-topic :

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Serbia-Bosnia-Croatia
As far I know UEFA doesn't allow more than two co-hosts

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scotland, wales - aviva is a great one, will host europa league match. the others maybe ols, but they're all football functional stadiums.
Aviva is in Ireland, not in UK.

But yes Scotland-Wales could be a great bid, but they abandoned last time because of UEFA requirements due to a 24-teams Euro... So, I'm not sure they want to bid again for 2020....we'll see..

And, maybe you will be surprised but my favorite is Turkey, followed by Italy (and eventually England, but I doubt they want to be in the race) !

About the other potential bids, I don't have an opinion.
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As far I know UEFA doesn't allow more than two co-hosts
UEFA has opened up for three hosts. But has stated that one and two hosts will be preferred.
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