"It’s my dream, my last major tournament, but I won’t come near the pitch if I’m not ready." Shevchenko will not be a passenger at Euro 2012.
Injuries and squabbles have hampered the co-hosts’ chances.
UEFA has played down concerns over Euro 2012, insisting that Poland and Ukraine will stage a memorable festival of football. But, Keir Radnedge wonders if they have got their priorities
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Now 35, Ukraine’s former Milan and Chelsea striker, Andriy Shevchenko, says this summer’s tournament on home soil will provide a fitting finale
Metalist Kharkiv have recovered from the setback of having European football snatched away from them; the challenge now is to surpass the big two in Ukraine.
The Euro 2012 finals will go ahead as scheduled, but one of the host nations, Ukraine, looks like it will be paying a heavy price for years to come.
With 12 months to go before Euro 2012, there is still much work to be done.