UEFA EURO 2012 analysis on Setanta sports
Setanta Sports announced that former Liverpool legends Dietmar Hamann and Gary McAllister will join host Paul Dempsey to provide expert analysis of UEFA EURO 2012
Setanta Sports announced that former Liverpool legends Dietmar Hamann and Gary McAllister will join host Paul Dempsey to provide expert analysis of UEFA EURO 2012.
With a studio panel for every live telecast and a daily highlights show at 7: 00 am EST every match day, Setanta Sports will deliver comprehensive coverage of all 31 games of UEFA EURO 201 in June.
Both Hamann and McAllister have extensive experience of club and international football. With a club career spanning 23 years at teams including Leeds United, Coventry City and Liverpool, McAllister also captained Scotland at Euro '96.
Presenter Paul Dempsey is the current host of football coverage on Setanta Sports. He has previously worked for SBS as a studio anchor for their coverage of FIFA World Cup 2010, as well as an extensive career with SKY Sports in the UK.
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