Join Cedric Anselin on our Evening News supporters’ panel for Euro 2012

Michal Walentynowicz and Agata Glowa outside their Polish shop on Hall Road. Photo by Simon Finlay.

Michal Walentynowicz and Agata Glowa outside their Polish shop on Hall Road. Photo by Simon Finlay.

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With the greatest tournament in European football just two weeks away the Evening News is looking for fans to represent their country by joining our supporters’ panel.

You will become a key part of our Euro 2012 coverage by giving your take on your country’s progress in Ukraine and Poland this summer.

We are looking for football fans from every country taking part to join us.

You will offer your pre-match analysis and post-game interviews which will be printed in the Evening News and on our website

The first members of our panel have already signed up with ex-Canary star Cedric Anselin representing France.

The Frenchman played for Norwich from 1999 to 2000 and now coaches at Cromer Town FC.

He said: “The French manager has done a good job, but he has a new generation of players so we’ll see how they mix together.”

Michal Walentynowicz will be representing host country Poland.

Taxi driver Michal, 37, who runs the Polish Shop on Hall Road said he was confident his side would reach the quarter-finals.

He said: “We’re playing in our grounds and I believe that will help.”

Danish fan Ellen Ellwood has also joined to fly the flag for Denmark.

The 55-year-old from Costessey who works for Norfolk County Council moved to England in 1980 and is a season ticket-holder at Carrow Road.

If you or your business is from Greece, Russia, Czech Republic, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Ireland, Croatia, Holland, Germany, Portugal or Ukraine get in touch with us.

•To join our panel contact Tom Bristow on 01603772313 or email

•Are you going to the Euros this summer? Call 01603 772313.

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