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Friday, 7 July, 2000, 03:59 GMT 04:59 UK
THE BBC TEAM
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.
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.
Lawro's Euro Hall of Fame
Mark Lawrenson names a famous five who would grace any European Championship.
Fiore strike scoops top spot
The Match of the Day team select Stefano Fiore's stunner against Belgium as the goal of the tournament.
Platini: Zidane no match for Maradona
French legend Michel Platini says that Zinedine Zidane is not in the same league as Diego Maradona.
Zidane out of O'Neill's range
BBC pundit Martin O'Neill admits he would love to be able to afford to bring Zinedine Zidane to Celtic.
Holland simply not good enough
Alan Hansen believes Holland can have no complaints after their Euro 2000 exit against Italy.
Mabbutt: France deserved golden moment
Former England and Spurs captain Gary Mabbutt says France deserved their golden goal success against Portugal.
Football at its very best
The BBC's Mark Lawrenson has seen many major football tournaments and believes Euro 2000 has been the best in 30 years.
A tournament to remember
BBC commentator Jon Champion gives Sport Online his assessment of Euro 2000 and picks out his star performers.
Ask the experts
The BBC's Match of the Day experts are answering your questions throughout the tournament.
Simply the best
BBC Sport Online's man in the Low Countries Pete Lansley has his breath taken away by Zinedine Zidane.
Hansen: This could be Kluivert's time
The BBC's Alan Hansen tells Sport Online that Euro 2000 could well be Patrick Kluivert's tournament.
Zidane personifies France's quality
BBC pundit Mark Lawrenson says the quality of France's football in their 2-1 win over Spain confirms them as Euro 2000 favourites.
Hansen: Keown is wrong
BBC pundit Alan Hansen has criticised Martin Keown for blaming England's Euro 2000 exit on coach Kevin Keegan's tactics.
Look to future, O'Neill urges England
BBC pundit Martin O'Neill believes England can prosper in the long run by forsaking the short-term aim of the next World Cup.
Lawrenson hails his favourite game
BBC pundit Mark Lawrenson has been present at many great games - but he says Yugoslavia against Spain was the best of them all.
Pundits purr over Spanish fightback
Spain's incredible 4-3 win over Yugoslavia had the BBC experts declaring it as one of the best international matches of all time.
England paid price for bad mistakes
The BBC's Alan Hansen says defensive blunders cost England - but also cites a lack of technical ability as a key factor in their demise.
England on best behaviour
Sport Online's Pete Lansley sees a far different scene in Charleroi before the match with Romania than what he witnessed at the weekend.
Murray in mint condition
BBC Radio Five Live commentator John Murray takes Sport Online through a typical day in the life of a Euro 2000 commentator.
Tune in to fans' radio
BBC Radio 5 Live has set up a radio service specially for fans following England at Euro 2000.
Facing up to the thugs
BBC sports news correspondent Gordon Farquhar analyses the security headaches facing the joint hosts of Euro 2000.
The Dutch footballing legend joins Gary Lineker and the Match of the Day Live team for Euro 2000.
Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker is the second-highest goal-scorer for England, with 48 strikes in 80 appearances.
John Motson has been a member of the Match of the Day team for nearly 30 years and is regarded by many as the BBC's voice of football.
Barry Davies is Match of the Day's longest serving commentator and also covers a whole range of other sports.
Alan Hansen is one of the most successful British footballers of all time, with 17 major honours to his credit.
A cultured midfielder for West Ham and England, Trevor Brooking is a long-serving BBC pundit and presenter, as well as being chairman of Sport England.
Former Liverpool and Republic of Ireland defender Mark Lawrenson is a regular analyst for Match of the Day and match summariser for BBC Radio 5 Live.
Celtic's new manager Martin O'Neill brings his enthusiasm and tactical awareness to the BBC's Euro 2000 team
Leeds United manager David O'Leary joins the Match of the Day Live team for Euro 2000
Craig Brown, coach of the Scotland national team, will be summarising for Radio 5 Live after just missing out on qualification to England in the play-offs.
Mike Ingham, BBC Radio's highly-respected football correspondent, has covered major competitions all over the world.
Ian Payne is one of BBC Radio 5 Live's leading sports presenters.
Radio 5 Live summariser Terry Butcher was capped 77 times by England, and is regarded as one of his country's all-time great defenders.
Alan Green is BBC Radio 5 Live's senior football commentator.
One of Match of the Day's regular commentators, Jon Champion also commentates on rugby league for BBC TV's Grandstand, and covers football for BBC Radio 5 Live.
A long-serving member of the BBC SPORT team, Tony Gubba has covered everything from World Cups to Summer and Winter Olympics in his varied career.
Ray Stubbs has carved a successful career in sports broadcasting having initially played professional football with Tranmere Rovers FC.
The former Spurs striker is a reporter for Match of the Day and Football Focus, and has also presented a variety of sports programmes.
Strength in depth
The BBC has strength in depth for its unbeatable coverage of Euro 2000
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