Official coach slogan - Final Destination: Vienna (the least
popular of the Hollywood horror movie franchise).
Unofficial coach slogan - Switzerland, the neutral's choice!
Despite being joint hosts (and one of the four seeds along with Austria, Greece and Holland, yes really) not many people will be tipping the Swiss to progress particularly far in this tournament and progression out of a relatively easy group will be seen as a success.
This is Switzerland's third time in the European Championship Finals and they will be hoping to improve upon their current goal tally of one per tournament (against England in 1996 and France in 2004) if they are to qualify from the group, although fielding a squad featuring 8 defenders, 9 midfielders and as many strikers as goalkeepers, 3, suggests that this maybe fairly unlikely.
If the Swiss decide to go for goals they may well field a partnership with the biggest age gap since Anne Nicole Smith and that billionaire Texan bloke, with veteran Alexander Frei, 48, playing alongside the wünderkind Eren Derdiyok, 15, who scored Switzerland's goal in the recent friendly at Wembley thus ending a barren run of 3 matches without a goal for the Swiss.
In defence, of course, they will be marshalled by the ever reliable Swiss Titus Bramble, Philippe Senderos (or Send-errors, as he is hilariously known at Arsenal), which may liven up the tradionally dull tournament opening fixture (vs the Czech Republic).
TC's prediction - To narrowly miss out on qualifying for the knock-out stages by losing to the Portugeezers in the final group match.
Player who most sounds like a character from a Harry Potter novel - Goal scoring midfielder Tranquillo Barnetta.