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Simon & Souness: England Euros Special

Join Simon Jordan & Graeme Souness each week in 'Simon & Souness'!

It's an England Euros special! Simon & Graeme preview the team's chances in Germany, who will be the standout players, and if they can really end their hunt for a trophy under Southgate.

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