For the very reason that the Spanish football league 2012 season comes to a close the upcoming EURO 2012 Championship has been taking over the spotlight. The Spanish football league 2012 goes in as defending European Champions as well as FIFA World Champions and therefore is considered as the most liked. On the other hand, the very sad as well as bad news of FC Barcelona and Spanish International defender Carles Puyol announced that he will be presented to a knee intervention in the recent days that will sideline him for the subsequent 6 - 7 weeks.
There are chances that Spain defender, Carles Puyol might not be able to attend Euro 2012 as he sustained an injury to his right knee. The club Barcelona stated that he requires arthroscopic surgery and will sideline him for almost six weeks. This Spain defender damaged the knee in La Liga match at home Espanyol and all the treatment will soon start and this was informed by the Barcelona team. Spain will begin as hot favorites to fulfill an extraordinary treble recently when the European Championship ventures into new province in Poland and Ukraine. That is why all the fans wish Puyol a speedy recovery. This was a big blow to the Spanish football league 2012 and this is because they lose one of the Best defenders in European Football. Making use of all the experience as well as leadership qualities of Carles Puyol, the Spanish football team would be successful to maintain the European Nations crown, which can still be done with some additional efforts.
Spain, the winner of Euro 2008 and the 2010 World Cup, is considered to be the first nation to finish a complete hat-trick of foremost championships if Vicente Del Bosque's side hold on to their crown. No side has ever retained the European championship, emphasizing the focused competitiveness of the 16-team tournament which many purists regard as superior in quality to the 32-team World Cup. On the other hand Spain hold on to the nucleus of a side which has carried all before them on their march to World and European titles, managing their means through their qualifying group with a 100 per cent record. Del Bosque has warned his side that it is not affordable for them to relax as the failure of both Real Madrid and Barcelona to reach this month's Champions League final serving as a timely reminded against the perils of complacency.