French police have been flying drones over numerous Euro 2016 training grounds, but the only spies to be caught in the airborne sweep were watching England train this week.Two French photographers were spotted by the Madden Mobile Coins drones perched in trees overlooking England’s practice pitch. The pair were arrested but the UEFA threat of losing tournament access for spying on training sessions was irrelevant as they did not have tournament accreditation.
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Gary Neville expected to return to Sky Sports punditry role… FIFA put through the wringer again after Gianni Infantino… Share this article Share 1.5k shares Jamie Vardy’s equaliser for England against Wales has given the producers of Vardy: The Movie hope there could still be a fairy-tale ending.
The Footballer of the Year’s 5,000-1 Premier League triumph with Leicester inspired the Madden Coins film which is on hold during Euro 2016 to see where the Vardy story ends — and in the hope of attracting more funding on the back of England and Vardy doing well. The producers behind the Jamie Vardy film are hopeful that Euro 2016 will provide more fairytale moments.