Sweden defender Olof Mellberg admits he hopes Wayne Rooney loses his appeal over a three-match Euro 2012 ban.
The Football Association is hoping UEFA will look favourably on its appeal to have England striker Wayne Rooney's three-match ban reduced.
Wayne Rooney's appeal against his three-match international ban has been brought forward 24 hours to 8th December.
England striker Wayne Rooney is blaming no-one but himself for his European Championships ban.
Fabio Capello has dropped a clear hint that England striker Wayne Rooney will be going to next summer's Euro 2012 finals.
Tottenham's Jermain Defoe hopes he is the man to replace Wayne Rooney at Euro 2012 and believes he is in the best shape of his career.
Daniel Sturridge is paying little attention to rumours suggesting he is to take Wayne Rooney's place at Euro 2012, but admits he is keen to go.
The target of Wayne Rooney's anger that earned him a red card against Montenegro has vowed to support the striker should he appeal his ban.
Former England captain David Beckham admits Wayne Rooney's suspension will be a 'big loss', but would still take him to Euro 2012.
Steven Gerrard insists striker Wayne Rooney 'has got to go' to next summer's Euro 2012 finals in Poland and Ukraine.
Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed that England striker Wayne Rooney was 'devastated' after being hit with a three-game ban.
Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed that he was not surprised by Uefa's decision to hit Wayne Rooney with a three-match suspension.
Everton boss David Moyes has described Wayne Rooney's three-match ban for England as a 'joke'.
Skysports.com takes a look at some of the options to replace Wayne Rooney for England at Euro 2012.
Jamie Redknapp says Wayne Rooney should go to Euro 2012, even though he'll miss the group stage.
Wayne Rooney is set to miss the group stage of Euro 2012 after the England striker was handed a three-match ban for his red card against Montenegro.
Wayne Rooney is expected to discover the length of his Euro 2012 ban on Thursday.
Adrian Bevington has pledged to do everything in his power to ensure Wayne Rooney is available as early as possible at Euro 2012.
Uefa will meet on Thursday to discuss Wayne Rooney's red card against Montenegro as the England star awaits his fate.
Stuart Pearce has admitted England must make sure they never go down to ten men again after Wayne Rooney's red card against Montenegro.