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Griezmann tears Ireland's defence apart Pic: Getty

Ryanair’s futuristic new website was like a window on the past for me last Thursday morning.

Ireland had beaten Italy the night before and a phone call came through from a generous friend in France: 'Get yourself to Lyon and there is a match ticket here for you.' Furious Googling ensued. Every new press release from Ryanair announcing extra flights to the French city caused my heart to jump in hope.


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