Greece's skipper, their inspiration and voted player of the tournament in 2004. He left AEK Athens on a free transfer after the win to earn a lucrative deal with Italian side Bologna.
After only one season he headed back to his spiritual home of PAOK Thessaloniki, where he played for two seasons before becoming their president. He retired from international football in 2007 with 120 caps.
Basinas, who set up the winning goal in the final, was chased by both Portsmouth and Birmingham but stayed with Panathinaikos until September 2005 when the Greek side ended his contract after over a decade of service.
He joined Real Mallorca in Spain and has become a popular player with the Spanish club, while taking over the armband for the national team ensures he is as influential as ever as their playmaker.
The Bolton midfielder, who appeared in the final because of Karagounis's suspension, became a firm fixture for the English club after his Euro 2004 exploits.
His stay at the Reebok Stadium lasted until this summer when his contract ended and he was released. He has been linked with a return to Greece but there was no doubt over his place in Rehhagel's squad for Euro 2008.
The scorer of Greece's winning goal in the final headed back to Werder Bremen after the tournament but before the season was out he had signed for Ajax for more than £3m.
He struggled for games in Amsterdam so made a controversial move to Rotterdam to join Feyenoord, before heading back to Germany with Nuremberg last summer. Another who remains a key cog in Rehhagel's side.
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