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Andreas Isaksson has been Sweden's first-choice goalkeeper since 2004 and ahead of the UEFA EURO 2012 finalists' friendly in Croatia on Wednesday, the PSV Eindhoven No1 has been answering your questions from around the world via Facebook and Twitter – covering everything from his most memorable moment and coaching inspiration to how one UEFA.com user can improve their kicking.
UEFA EURO 2012 Facebook page user – Mark Van de Lisdonk: Do you think Sweden can create a surprise at EURO?
Andreas Isaksson: I think so, but how far we can go I can't tell you. We have a good team and I know we can beat most other teams.
UEFA Europa League Facebook page user – Giorgos Prigopoulos: How do you feel about fulfilling your childhood dreams?
Isaksson: What can I say – it is what you dream about when you're a kid, to be able to be here and play at this level, it's a happy feeling. We are very privileged and playing in these big matches is still a very good feeling.
UEFA Europa League Facebook page user – Putera Irsyad Afif: Would you like to be a manager one day?
Isaksson: I don't think I am going to be a trainer, perhaps a goalkeeping coach, but I don't think I want to be a coach – it will be some kind of background role. I have worked with a lot of good goalkeeping coaches, especially the one I had in Trelleborg when I emerged as a goalkeeper – his name is Jan Erikson. He meant a lot in terms of my development and I hope I can follow in his footsteps as a coach as well.
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