Dotmund’s Eureux Tapestry: Day 4

by | Jun 13, 2016

Today’s instalment of our epic Eureux Tapestry series – and what could be a better way of catching up with all the latest international football than fifteenth century French religion? – reflects on yesterday’s matches, featuring the massed ranks of Northern Ireland’s defence, Verdan Corluka spilling blood for his cause and Jerome Boateng’s goal-line acrobatics. Fortunately, there’s no reference to Jogi Loew sniffing his own junk, something for which I think we should all be grateful. Click on the image to see it in its full, original glory.  

Eureux Tapestry

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