Raymond Domenech believes he failed to follow his instincts during France's Euro 2008 campaign.
Italian striker Luca Toni has defended his performance at Euro 2008 - despite not scoring a goal.
Luis Aragones has revised his opinion that Spain are the best team in the world.
Lars Lagerback is confident Sweden can replace Freddie Ljungberg, Marcus Allback and Niclas Alexandersson.
Nihat Kahveci could be out for up to four months after undergoing a successful thigh operation.
Uefa's visit to inspect the progress of Ukraine's preparations for co-hosting Euro 2012 was 'useful'.
Michel Platini insists that he is happy with the progress being made by Poland ahead of Euro 2012.
Raymond Domenech will remain as manager of France despite a disastrous showing at Euro 2008.
Raymond Domenech will find out on Thursday whether he has paid the price for France's Euro 2008 failings.
Giovanni Trapattoni is hoping that his Republic of Ireland side can learn from the Euro 2008 underdogs.
Vicente del Bosque has revealed that he intends to make few changes to the Spanish national team.
Luis Aragones claims the Spanish Football Federation had no desire for him to stay as coach.
Spain's triumph at Euro 2008 has seen them leap to the top of Fifa's rankings.
Fatih Terim has agreed to stay on as Turkey coach just a week after declaring his intention to quit.
Xabi Alonso and Cesc Fabregas believe Fernando Torres can go on to be the best player in the world.
Luis Aragones feels it would have been impossible for Spain not to win Euro 2008.
Cesc Fabregas has set his sights on ending Arsenal's three-year trophy drought.
Spain striker Fernando Torres has admitted his gratitude to Liverpool after winning Euro 2008.
Germany's defeated Euro 2008 squad have already turned their attentions to the 2010 World Cup.
Iker Casillas is basking in the glory of international triumph, 44 years after Spain last lifted a trophy.