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1 Day To Go: My (UNAUTHORIZED) UEFA Eurlo 2020 Preview: Team That’s Waiting For Jaap Stam’s Euro 2000 Penalty To Return to Earth from the Andromeda Galaxy Before It Starts Trying Again ***Please also note: My internet is broken so this is all from memory, I can’t look up or verify anything***

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Euro 2020 (which for copyright reasons will from here on in be referred to as Eurlo 2020) is just 2 days away, so let’s take a walk down reverse memory lane and put a spotlight on all the competing teams. Who will win it? Who will lose it? Who will draw it? Let all your concerns be allayed as we break down each squad in the lead up to the 16th UEFA Eurlo Championship.

Today we continue our team previews with the Eurlo 1988 Champions, Team That’s Waiting For Jaap Stam’s Euro 2000 Penalty To Return to Earth from the Andromeda Galaxy Before It Starts Trying Again.

 

Team That’s Waiting For Jaap Stam’s Euro 2000 Penalty To Return to Earth from the Andromeda Galaxy Before It Starts Trying Again

In the semi-finals of Euro 2000, Team That’s Waiting For Jaap Stam’s Euro 2000 Penalty To Return to Earth’s Orbit from the Andromeda Galaxy Before It Starts Trying Again had a golden chance to advance to the final in their own backyard. However, after missing 43 penalties during the game, they missed their chance to do so. That was not the worst of it though. The penalty that Jaap Stam skyed into orbit in the shootout is yet to come down, and unfortunately the team’s promise to not start trying to win again until it comes back down has proven its achilles heel, as it has failed in tournament after tournament ever since. Will this be the month where the ball comes back down and the team can finally start trying again? Only time will tell.l.

One to watch: Clearly, the ball Jaap Stam belted into space

Nothing will ever happen for this team until this ball comes back down to Earth, so keep an eye on the skys for any sign of it. If you do notice an Adidas Euro 2000 soccer sphere tumbling back to the ground from outside the Earth’s atmosphere, that’s a good sign for fans of Team That’s Waiting For Jaap Stam’s Euro 2000 Penalty To Return to Earth’s Orbit from the Andromeda Galaxy Before It Starts Trying Again

My Prediction: Sorry but I can’t see Jaap Stam’s penalty coming back down anytime soon, so once again…

 

Result: Quarter Finals. And Jaap Stam’s ball to stay bye bye in space after going fly fly back in 2000