ENGLAND’S stars head to their Euro 2012 city centre base in Poland today — but Croatia coach Slaven Bilic says he “wouldn’t dare” do the same.
Roy Hodgson and his squad arrive in Krakow tonight and will stay in a busy part of the city.
The Three Lions will then fly to Ukraine for their three group games before returning to Poland immediately after each match. Bilic said: “I trust my players but wouldn’t dare bring them to the town centre. It’s not ideal.
“We’re isolated, like a military camp. We’re not on holiday.
“England are treating their three group games like away matches — but that’s a lot of trips in just one week.”