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Ex-Three Lions midfielder Dyer alleged card schools were "completely out of control" at the tournament in Portugal. "After a week or so in sbobetsh Portugal, I was £46,000 down. Then one night I went from £46,000 down to more than £50,000 up," Dyer told the Daily Mail. Eriksson, England boss at the time, said: "I would have tried to stop it." Speaking to BBC Radio 5 sbobetsh live's Afternoon Edition, the Swede added: "I wish I had known about it. "That kind of money is bad, it's very bad. "I admit that kind of money you should never bet, never." England reached the quarter-finals before losing to hosts Portugal on penalties after a 2-2 draw in Lisbon. Former Newcastle player Dyer, 39, won 33 England caps between 1999 and 2007. As well as Euro 2004, he represented his country at the sbobetsh 2002 World Cup. Dyer claimed England's performances suffered as a result of the gambling that was going on. "If you are over £100,000 down going into a game against Brazil or France it's going to have a negative impact," he said. "2004 was when it got really crazy. Fortunately no one was £500,000 down. I think someone was down over £100,000, £150,000."
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