ESPN FC Podcast: England Expects....less than usual
Roy's boys dig in against France to universal acclaim. It seems "England expects..." less than usual. Dan Mason, James Dall, John Brewin, James Horncastle and Jacob Steinberg analyse Euro 2012's opening phase.
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