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Friday, 7 July, 2000, 13:24 GMT 14:24 UK
Euro 2000 - the rebirth of football
This summer's European Championship surpassed all expectations, with many fans hailing Euro 2000 as the best finals ever.
France win Euro 2000
David Trezeguet's golden goal gives France a 2-1 win over Italy in the final of Euro 2000.
Van Gaal named Holland boss
Former Barcelona manager Louis van Gaal is named as the new Holland coach after Frank Rijkaard resigned after defeat at Euro 2000.
Trapattoni takes over
Veteran Giovanni Trapattoni is named as Italy coach, succeeding Dino Zoff who quit after defeat in the Euro 2000 final.
England slide in rankings
England have slipped to 15th in the latest Fifa world football rankings following their Euro 2000 flop.
Clubs must learn from England exit
BBC TV football commentator John Motson says Euro 2000 proves English players need to spend more time honing their skills.
Zoff quits as Italy coach
Italian coach Dino Zoff resigns following his side's defeat in the Euro 2000 final against France.
Venables rules out England return
Terry Venables says his managing days are over, despite recent speculation that he may be willing to take the England job once more.
Desailly horse play
Marcel Desailly and French team are criticised by Italy's Fabio Cannavaro after elbowing incident in Euro 2000 final.
Wild welcome for Euro champions
Jubilant French fans throng central Paris in their thousands to give a rapturous welcome to their footballers, crowned as champions of Europe.
Houllier backs Keegan
Gerard Houllier tells BBC Sport Online that Kevin Keegan does not need his help to coach England.
Camacho snubs Fiorentina job
Spain coach Jose Antonio Camacho says he rejected an offer prior to Euro 2000 to manage Italian side Fiorentina.
Lemerre's plea to Deschamps
French coach Roger Lemerre begs his captain Didier Deschamps not to retire after he lifts the Euro 2000 trophy.
England next for champions France
European Championship winners France start two years of friendly matches when they take on England in Paris in September.
Fans set to suffer in 2002
Excited about the World Cup in Japan and South Korea? Beware - the time difference means you may be watching games in your pyjamas.
Everton back shamed star
Everton boss Walter Smith backs Abel Xavier to bounce back from his Euro 2000 shame.
Double delight for France
As football fans celebrate across France, the winning team start a party of their own in Rotterdam.
French passion fits final
Gerard Houllier believes France deserved to ride their luck against Italy and win Euro 2000.
BBC wins Euro 2000 battle
Viewing figures for Euro 2000 show the BBC came out ahead of its rival ITV as far as audience viewing figures.
French media rejoices
Following France's breathtaking Euro 2000 triumph over Italy, the French media join in the celebrations.
Euro woe for proud Italy
While France erupts in celebration, Italy and its dejected team can only reflect on what might have been.
In pictures: France celebrates
France takes another international football trophy - the celebrations were wild and reminiscent of the 1998 World Cup win.
Euro 2000 final clockwatch
All the key moments from France's dramatic victory over Italy in Sunday's Euro 2000 final at Rotterdam's De Kuip stadium.
Europe belongs to Les Bleus
After a marathon trip around the Low Countries our man at Euro 2000, Pete Lansley, signs off from Rotterdam in dramatic fashion.
Voller named as caretaker coach
Rudi Voller takes over as caretaker coach of Germany, with Christoph Daum set for the job permanently from June 2001.
Uefa suspends Portuguese trio
Three Portuguese footballers are given lengthy bans for jostling a referee after a disputed penalty decision during Euro 2000.
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