UEFA is confident in Euro 2010 preparations
Copenhagen - Europe's governing football body UEFA said on Tuesday that they had confidence in the preparations for the 2012 European Championships.
Preparations for the 2012 Euro, which will be co-hosted by Poland and Ukraine, have been dodged by controversy, with speculation that Ukraine could lose the right to host the showpiece of European football.
Speaking after an UEFA executive committee meeting in Copenhagen on Tuesday Gerhard Mayer-Vorfelder said that they had confidence in the two countries. "Nobody is talking about changing the venue anymore. The stadium construction is going ahead."
Executive committee member Franz Beckenbauer said that the organization had received a very positive report about the state of preparations.
UEFA president Michel Platini is to travel to the two co-hosts in April to get a first-hand view of the preparations in the two countries. (dpa)