thanks, though I hoped some of our Ukrainian friends would clear this out. As for changes - I think the thread name should be furtther changed because its no longer a Euro 2012 reserve venue, it has been ruled out in May, just like Dniepropietrovsk, Krakow and Chorzow. According to Platini, there is no option for these to get back in the game so, unless it was agreed somewhere before to leave it as a sign of what was reserve, I would suggest to drop the Euro 2012 thing in these 4 stadiums.changed it
Donetsk im sure will be chosen since they are like 98% complete with their stadium. Kharkiv also will probably join since they are soon going to wrap up their construction.^^
in Poland Gdansk, Poznan, Warsaw, Wroclaw
from Ukraine for now only Kiev, 30 November will be decided decision how much and which cities on ukrainian side will be.