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Euro 2012: Goal.com looks at the cities and stadiums that will host the finals in Poland and Ukraine




Population: 455,830
Stadium: PGE Arena Gdansk
Stadium Capacity: 40,000
Major Clubs: Lechia Gdansk

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Population: 556,022
Stadium: Municipal Stadium
Stadium Capacity: 45,000
Major Clubs: Lech Poznan

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Population: 1,716,855
Stadium: National Stadium
Stadium Capacity: 58,145
Major Clubs: Legia Warsaw, Polonia Warsaw

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Population: 632,996
Stadium: Municipal Stadium
Stadium Capacity: 42,771
Major Clubs: Slask Wroclaw

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Population: 975,959
Stadium: Donbass Arena
Stadium Capacity: 51,504
Major Clubs: Shakhtar Donetsk, Metalurg Donetsk

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Population: 1,449,000
Stadium: Metalist Stadium
Stadium Capacity: 41,000
Major Clubs: Metalist Kharkiv, FC Kharkiv

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Population: 2,797,553
Stadium: Olympic Stadium
Stadium Capacity: 69,004
Major Clubs: Dynamo Kiev, Arsenal Kiev

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Population: 760,000
Stadium: Arena Lviv
Stadium Capacity: 34,000
Major Clubs: Kaparty Lviv

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Transfer Window Round-up!
Goal recaps all the biggest deals of the January transfer window and Transfer Deadline Day as Arsenal signed Kim Kallstrom, Liverpool failed to buy Yevhen Konoplyanka, while the Premier League says goodbye to Dimitar Berbatov.

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17:58 GMT
Right, that's it for Goal's January Transfer Window blog! Thanks for sticking with Goal and making it a truly memorable month, even if deadline day was rather quiet. Chelsea were busy adding four players, Manchester United got a star attacker in Juan Mata (but their problems continue), while Cardiff, Stoke, Crystal Palace and Fulham strengthened considerably to fight relegation.

Manchester City, Liverpool
and Arsenal failed to make permanent additions, but their form so far suggests massive changes weren't needed anyway. Stay with us as the season unfolds in its own weird, wonderful way, and report back here for what will inevitably be a huge summer of lies, deceit, gossip, subterfuge and rumours - that's what keeps us coming back, after all.
17:52 GMT
After all today's action, it seems only fair to remind you of Goal's Premier League Transfer Window XI - would Wilfried Zaha get in your team after his heroics today?

Pick your best XI right here
17:33 GMT
Did David Moyes make a mistake letting Wilfried Zaha go out on loan?

@CarlDeLuna1: hell yes. except for adnan none of the wingers are up to par. he would have offered something else

@lilBossy5: Moyes is always making mistake!

@wicksyyy: yes
17:22 GMT

Here's our official story on the news that Kim Kallstrom is set to miss Arsenal's crucial upcoming fixtures with a back injury after signing for the club on transfer deadline day - but will not be out for two to three months as early reports suggested.
17:20 GMT

Kenwyne Jones
also had a good debut for Cardiff as he netted the winner against Norwich - it's safe to say he was fairly happy about it...
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