How Can Spain Not Put Chelsea's Juan Mata In Their Team?

Juan Mata is one of the Premier League's top players, yet he was restricted to just minutes at Euro 2012. Is Mata that much worse than Iniesta & co?
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Juan Mata is one of the Premier League's top players, yet he was restricted to just minutes at Euro 2012. Is Mata that much worse than Iniesta & co?

Was Manchester City's Mario Balotelli the biggest baby on the pitch in last night's final? How did Chelsea's Fernando Torres win the golden boot as a sub? How can Spain not put Chelsea's Juan Mata in the team? Will ex-Liverpool star Xabi Alonso still be playing for Spain in 2014?

We answer these questions and many more in the last Handbags+ of Euro 2012.

Present on the panal are:

Matthew Weiner – Sabotage Times Head of Content and Arsenal fan, host of the show.

Ben Cove – Sabotage Times writer, Editor of bet.unibet.com, lazy striker and semi-pro Danny Dyer lookalike.

Sam Drew - Sabotage Times Arsenal blogger and editor of Chronicles of Almunia

James Calder - Scotland fan living in Spain, Sabotage Times writer and a man who has fallen back in love with football because of Euro 2012

Neil Billingham – Sabotage Times writer and currently covering Euro 2012

David Preece – Sabotage Times writer and professional footballer

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