The Three Lions will not be looking over their policies despite an alleged breach involving a journalistEngland are maintaining they will not be reviewing their security procedures despite claims a Swedish journalist successfully spied on the squad’s preparations for their Euro 2012 clash with the Scandinavians.
A hotel meeting room in Krakow city centre played host to a pre-match preparation session for the England squad and their staff. A Swedish journalist allegedly used a pair of binoculars to spy on their activities through the room’s glass ceiling.
Adrian Bevington, Club England’s managing director, has played down speculation that they will be changing their security procedures for the rest of their Euro 2012 matches.
When asked if England would be reviewing security, Bevington told Sky Sports News: "No, we won't be."
England overturned Sweden’s 2-1 lead on the hour to eventually emerge 3-2 victors after a strong showing in the game’s dying moments.
"[The journalist] read the team board and so was able to see some of the plans that we had in place,” Bevington continued.
"I can't say it's something that's causing us great consternation in the England camp.
"It certainly wasn't a security breach and it didn't affect the result thankfully."