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Dublin is on the brink of relinquishing its status as one of the 12 Euro 2020 host cities after failing to offer a guarantee on minimum spectator levels.
European football’s governing body, Uefa, had set a deadline of Wednesday for countries to confirm stadiums would be at at least 25% capacity for the tournament this summer. But the Football Association of Ireland said it had been unable to do so “owing to the Covid-19 pandemic”.
Written by Sean Ingle
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