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You can avoid Moldova by going through Chernivtsi to Lviv, for example
 

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I meant that you can go to Lviv instead of Odesa, then it's a straight journey north for you guys :) you could stop in Chernivtsi where some people speak Romanian, it would be interesting for you.
 

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very cool project. i've said it before, but i'm really excited about the stadiums being built for 2012.
Same here. This is also good for Ukraine getting major stadium the with roofs and stuff. I just hope they will finish in time for Euro 2012. Oh and btw, Poland needs to speed up, i mean Ukraine has almost 3 Euro stadium complete, and Poland has none. Come on Pol's, we cant host Euro by ourselves if your stadiums are not complete:)
 

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Of course these stadiums will be finished in up, most of them are to be ready by 2010! You know, as a Ukrainian, this incredible stadium boom seems a little bit beyond reality, I remember how in the early 90's there wasn't enough money to install plastic seats on the already bad stadiums. Now we're going to have 8 or 9 high quality arenas, I'm including Sumy and Zaporizhzhya non-euro ones as well.

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Don't forget that they are also reconstructing the Dynamo Valeriy Lobanovsky stadium as well:banana:
 

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Of course these stadiums will be finished in up, most of them are to be ready by 2010! You know, as a Ukrainian, this incredible stadium boom seems a little bit beyond reality, I remember how in the early 90's there wasn't enough money to install plastic seats on the already bad stadiums. Now we're going to have 8 or 9 high quality arenas, I'm including Sumy and Zaporizhzhya non-euro ones as well.

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haven't checked out the euro 2012 threads for very long, so don't know how quick the progress is, but i wouldn't be too worried. they still have 2.5 years. plenty of time.
 

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I've read that Arsenal actually wants its own 60k-75k stadium. Seems unrealistic, but who knows.
 

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Any new updates or photos??
 

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Any photos or info on the stadium?
 
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