"He showed us some things at training and talked to us a lot during our preparation", the 21-year-old said. "We players talked to eachother as well. We didn't want the same situation, we wanted to turn things around. I believe that there actually was a change, although we have only worked together for a few days".
Stafylidis still believes that Greece could finish third and take part in the play-offs, that will determine the last qualifiers for Euro 2016. "We cannot stick with the past. We have five finals ahead of us and we must forget everything that happened. We will not give up".