With the right result secured, The FA will now commence its review...
With the right result secured, The FA will now commence its review of the last week's issues immediately...read the full story below plus more player reaction to the fantastic performance in Istanbul...
The FA's Marketing and Communications Director Paul Barber said: "This has been a very difficult week for the FA and the England squad. A lot has been said and written and as you would expect the FA will be conducting a thorough review of all the issues including an analysis of what was said by whom and when.
"Clearly, the FA would expect any unsubstantiated or inaccurate statements made about its handling of a very difficult issue to be corrected by those concerned at the earliest possible opportunity.
"Quite rightly, the last 48 hours have been about the football and the FA have been keen to ensure that there was no further disruption to preparations for last night's match.
"However, with the right result secured The FA will now commence its review of the last week's issues immediately."
Meanwhile, the players have been expressing their delight after a fabulous night for the Three Lions. Midfielder Steven Gerrard said: "There was a lot more pressure on us after the week we had been through - a lot more pressure than if it had been a normal build-up.
"It was also lonely out there on the pitch in the sense of having no fans on your side. It was strange seeing no St George flags. But that goes to show how much we did stick together.
"What went on before the game did affect you a little bit mentally in terms of when we were going into meetings they had nothing to do with football.
"It all brought us that little bit more together. We've always been strong and close but we showed our extra togetherness out on the pitch."
Skipper David Beckham said: "Saturday was probably the biggest test that this team has had because of the week we had before it.
"To come through that, and with no fans to support us, was tough but we showed the character and togetherness of everyone.
"It is an example of how united we are. We said before the game that all week we had stuck together really well and that we needed to do that in the game if things weren't going well.
"The huddle we all had at the end wasn't planned. It just happened but I think the relief of getting the week over with and qualifying for the finals means a lot to everyone of us. We are a team. There's a great bond."
For Beckham the priority is now to look ahead and forward to EURO 2004.
"They [The FA] have already said they are going to change things and do things differently on certain matters," he explained. "We've got to forget what's gone on and move on."