Roy Hodgson says England’s 2-1 loss to Iceland and exit from Euro 2016 will cause longer-term “damage” to the team.
And Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn said it is now “imperative” to find out why England are “brittle” at tournaments.
Hodgson, who resigned after Monday’s game, repeatedly questioned why he had to attend a news conference on Tuesday.
But he said: “One particularly bad game has caused a lot of damage to me personally and the team going forward. bbc.com/sport/football/36647032