TV review: Euro 2020 ended with a lesson in genuinely unsporting behaviour
Between fans behaving badly in and around Wembley and the English team removing their medals, last Sunday’s match didn’t quite live up to its promise as a great sporting occasion
European Cup Final (RTÉ One)
Anna Geary: Why Girls Quit Sport (RTÉ One)
It was an object lesson in how to lose badly. Even before the defeated England team came forward to collect their silver runners-up medals and (with few exceptions) instantly took them off, their thousands of supporters had slunk silently out of Wembley stadium.
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