The European Championships are about to get under way and as part of our coverage we've put together some titanic football brains to give you insight on each nation.
During the tournament these assorted writers, bloggers, football thinkers and vagabonds will provide you with their unique insight on the goings on in Ukraine and Poland.
Whether that is how the team is getting on, where they need improvement, the stars so far, or just general observations on the tournament, we'll be hosting a series of discussions and pieces by each.
Denmark: Neil Paterson lives in Copenhagen and will spend the next month reliving the ecstasy of 1992. Follow him on Twitter.
Netherlands: Ernst Bouwes has written for WSC, ESPN and FourFourTwo. He currently runs the exceptional Total Football NL website, and will be releasing a Euro special of his webzine, Orange Crush, on the Apple App store. Follow him on Twitter.
Portugal: Kieran Buxton is an aspiring sports journalist who contributes to a number of football sites including footballspeak.com and youthfootballscotland.co.uk. You can follow him on Twitter and read the majority of his articles here.
Ireland: David Van Zanten plays for St Mirren, and previously had spells at Celtic, Hibernian, Greenock and Hamilton. Follow him on Twitter
Spain: Joseph Sexton is a freelance football writer for BackPage Football and the Irish Examiner. He has also regularly writes on La Liga for STV. Follow him on Twitter
Throughout the tournament Kieran Canning will be offering us insight from the tournament as he picks his way through the action from Poland and Ukraine. He's also well worth following on Twitter.
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