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October 14, 2002

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The News Review:

* McCarthy gets that groundhog feeling again
* CBC Sports Online: Euro 2004: Teams: England
* Eriksson gets Owen backing
* CNNSI.com – Soccer – Eriksson keen to focus on work after dramas -…
* CNNSI.com – Soccer – England has lineup headaches despite fit squad -…
* Vogts finally gets Scotland off the ground
* Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
* Zola fears Millennium factor
* Sven ‘hopes to avoid resignation’
* Beautiful game’s new sideshow
* Ban racist fans, says Heskey
* Scotland player ratings
* Merci, chaps! French win was made in England
* Important wins for France, Turkey and England
* Total Football: Beautiful game descends into tales of titillation
* Boost for Lithuania
* England can’t afford any more slip ups
* Slovak arrested after England fans shot
* Vogts forced to experiment
* Slovakia 1, England 2

McCarthy gets that groundhog feeling again
Telegraph.co.uk – Oct 14, 2002
In an interview published yesterday the front page headline was ‘I will quit Ireland in 2004 whatever happens’. It’s nothing I haven’t said before. It’s months and months old. “I also repeated at the beginning of the Euro 2004 campaign that I wouldn’t stay on, irrespective of what happens. ” Pause and then a smile… It’s nothing I haven’t said before. It’s months and months old. “I also repeated at the beginning of the Euro 2004 campaign that I wouldn’t stay on, irrespective of what happens. ” Pause and then a smile. “Unless we win the European Championship. That could change my mind. “Yesterday’s story had a major impact because of the timing but.

CBC Sports Online: Euro 2004: Teams: England
cbc.ca – Oct 12, 2002
All four midfielders drive England’s attach
by moving the ball around, pressing forward in attack and providing
service to the strikers. England is far from tied down to its
starting 4-4-2 formation, however, as they can easily change to
a more defensive 4-4-1-1 or 4-5-1, or a more attacking 3-4-3 as
the game develops. Strengths:
Midfield depth – England are not lacking for choices in
the middle of the field. Paul Scholes is, to many, one of the
most underrated attacking midfielders in the game. Steven Gerrard
and Frank Lampard are midfield powerhouses, Joe Cole and Kieron
Dyer run right at defenders with their bristling pace, and Nicky
Butt and Canadian-born Owen Hargreaves are industrious defensive
dynamos. David Beckham, of course, brings a lot to the table,
too. Coaching – Sven Goran Eriksson is one of the best coaches
in the world… Confidence – England stamped its passport for Portugal
after going undefeated in eight games (six wins, two draws) to
finish first in its qualifying group. England secured its fate
when they battled to a well-earned draw against a pesky Turkish
side before a hostile, intimidating crowd in Istanbul. As a result,
Eriksson’s charges are full of confidence going into Euro
2004. Weaknesses:
Defence – The loss of Rio Ferdinand (serving an eight month
ban for forgetting to take a drugs test), and Jonathan Woodgate
and Gareth Southgate (injuries) are huge blows. Eriksson was forced
to call up the inexperienced Ledley King and Jamie Carragher (who
have less than 20 caps between them). Overall, England’s
defence looks spineless: John Terry is unproven in international
play, Gary and Phillip Neville are too error-prone, while Wayne
Bridge is vastly overrated. Sol Campbell and Ashley Cole are the
only defenders of any kind of quality, a sure sign of England’s
defensive frailty.

Eriksson gets Owen backing
BBC News – Oct 14, 2002
Eriksson’s position has been under the spotlight over his relationship with television presenter Ulrika Jonsson after the serialisation of her autobiography. But Owen has laughed off suggestions that Eriksson was under pressure before England’s 2-1 Euro 2004 qualifying win in Slovakia last Saturday. The striker praised Eriksson’s tactical prowess in switching Paul Scholes from the left side of midfield to a more central role in the second half in Bratislava… “We are lucky to have him. He showed what a great coach he was on Saturday in Slovakia with the way he changed things around at half-time. “Some managers might have said ‘this team’s not working, let’s bring on three subs’ but it is often just a case of having to move a player here or there and he did that. “I think everyone should be positive,” Owen added. “There are plenty of people in this country who, after one bad performance, will say that the players and the manager are not good enough.

CNNSI.com – Soccer – Eriksson keen to focus on work after dramas -…
SI.com – Oct 13, 2002
“Football-wise, I’ve had many tough weeks during the last 20years — and many good weeks as well. “But my private life has never been so exposed like this. Speaking after his England team recovered from a first halfdeficit to beat Slovakia 2-1 in Bratislava, Eriksson insistedthe gossip and speculation had not disrupted his preparationsfor their opening qualifier in Group Seven. “I am focused on the work,” he said. “I want to win footballgames and reach Portugal in 2004, and it’s very important to menot to involve that in my private life. Unflappable under pressure, the Swedish coach has made itclear he has no intention of quitting as England manager simplybecause of the unwelcome probing into his personal affairs. Unwanted attention He remains proud of both his post and his players and haslong accepted that a certain amount of unwanted attention comeswith the territory… Eriksson, 54, is in a long-term relationship with Italian lawyer Nancy Dell’Olio, 43. Soccer officials have feared new scrutiny over the affair — after a tabloid frenzy when the story broke in April — could lead him to quit. Eriksson coached England to a 2-1 win over Slovakia in Euro 2004 qualifying Saturday. Jonsson, 35, said she met Eriksson last December at a party and was convinced Eriksson just wanted to “hook up with a fellow ex-pat,” according to extracts from her book Honest published in the Mail on Sunday newspaper. Eriksson took her phone number and contacted her several times before visiting her at her home near London on Jan. 2 with champagne and gifts for her two children Bo, 2, and Cameron, 8. He told her that he wanted to end his relationship with Dell’Olio because it was “sapping him” of energy, Jonsson said.

CNNSI.com – Soccer – England has lineup headaches despite fit squad -…
SI.com – Oct 14, 2002
But that’s doesn’t mean selecting the team will be any easier for the Swede. England won its opening Euro qualifier on Saturday with a scrappy 2-1 victory over Slovakia in Bratislava, a match played on a soggy pitch in the rain and marred by crowd disturbances and racial taunts at Emile Heskey and Ashley Cole. Wednesday’s match — England’s first against Macedonia — will be played on Southampton’s new pitch at St… Liechtenstein and Macedonia have one point and Slovakia none. Eriksson selected his four first-choice midfielders — Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt, Steven Gerrard and David Beckham — in Bratislava, but they failed to gel in the first half. Eriksson will not have the option of selecting Newcastle’s Kieron Dyer, a contender for the troublesome left side of midfield. Dyer, who came on as a late substitute in Slovakia, pulled out Monday with a back strain after training with the squad. Scholes had difficulty on the left while Butt and Gerrard both uncharacteristically struggled in central midfield. When Scholes moved to the center of midfield, he made an impact, setting up Michael Owen for the 82nd minute winner. “I’ve seen Paul Scholes play well on the left side for Manchester United before but it was important to move him centrally in the second-half and we kept the ball much better then,” Eriksson said.

Vogts finally gets Scotland off the ground
Telegraph.co.uk – Oct 13, 2002
“The defence did well but we would like to see Russell Anderson at some point. I will have to speak to Rainer Bonhof about the under-21s but maybe he could play for them on Monday against Ghana for 45 minutes and then come back to the main squad. “Events in Reykjavik did not alter the fact that Scotland continue to find it difficult to score goals. If anything, Christian Dailly’s headed opener simply emphasised the problem. Dailly was top scorer with three goals before Reykjavik and although such contributions will always be welcome, it would be agreeable to see a forward making a mark on the statistics. The second goal, which secured the points for Scotland and ended Iceland’s revival after the interval, was a peach and even Vogts seemed to realise that he was witness to a singular event, a right-foot shot from Gary Naysmith as the Everton midfield player tamed a pass from Maurice Ross on the right and swivelled on the spot to whisk a rising drive high into the far corner of the net. Having performed so memorably on his eighth appearance for his country, Naysmith can watch tomorrow evening’s proceedings from the sidelines, content in the knowledge that his place in Vogts’ plans is secure.

Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
Daily Times – Oct 13, 2002
The 27-year-old said the time was over for England to always say they were going to win something but then never delivering and they could start the process by beating Slovakia in their opening qualifier here Saturday. ?We need to win it (Euro 2004) because we?ve talked so often about winning something,? he said in a BBC interview. ?There?s no point in keeping on saying that and never delivering. ?We?ve got to go out and win it,? added the Manchester United star… Beckham, who played in all five of England?s World Cup finals matches despite not being 100 percent fit but erased the ghost of the 1998 finals when he was sent off against Argentina by scoring in the 1-0 win over the Argentines, refuted suggestions England crumbled under pressure in big matches. ?I would answer that with one word, ?Germany?,? he said referring to the astonishing 5-1 away thrashing of their bitter rivals in the 2002 World Cup qualifier. ?Of course we know we have not done as well as we should have but we are not chokers and we realise we can perform at the right level,? he added. Beckham said his whole attitude had changed since he was made England captain and hinted he was relishing a similar role at United because of turbulent Irishman Roy Keane?s absence through injury.

Zola fears Millennium factor
BBC News – Oct 14, 2002
The former Azzurri striker, who played at the stadium for Chelsea in last season’s FA Cup final, fears the Italians will be overawed in Wednesday’s Euro 2004 qualifier. It’s the most keenly anticipated Wales match for years. Tickets sold out weeks ago, and the fans are already dreaming of a famous victory… “That should level the situation. So I don’t know, I cannot say anything because I’m sure it’s going to be wrong. ”

The two sides could not have more contrasting fortunes at the moment. Wales are on a high having stretched their unbeaten run to six matches after beating Finland in last month’s opening Euro 2004 qualifier. The press are calling for him to resign and the domestic game has been dogged by doping, match-fixing, hooliganism, racism and false passports.

Sven ‘hopes to avoid resignation’
BBC News – Oct 12, 2002
Speaking in Bratislava ahead of Saturday’s Euro 2004 qualifier in Slovakia, the England manager said: “I really hope I do not have to resign. The first part of the serialisation of Jonsson’s book is due to be published in this week’s Mail on Sunday. Eriksson said: “My life has been made more difficult – but not the job. “I do not feel the pressure any more than when we went to the World Cup finals. ”

But the 54-year-old refused to comment on what revelations would make him quit.

Beautiful game’s new sideshow
Telegraph.co.uk – Oct 14, 2002
Once it became clear that Jonsson was writing about a series of clandestine lunches – to one of which her brother was invited – as opposed to sensationally exposing infidelities of word and deed by high profile names in football, the sporting world could relax. She and Sven clutched hands under a table cloth. Try as you might, this is not a case for moral rearmament… The only injured party here – Ulrika on the £750,000 mend – is Nancy Dell’Olio, Sven’s long-time girlfriend. But lawyers tend not to stay injured for very long without extracting a very full and fair recompense. This story may yet have a happy ending all round, which is more than you can say for – oh yes, the football – Euro 2004 if England were the lesser of two teams last Saturday, the other one being (population 5. 4 million) Slovakia. You could be really cynical and speculate that three very clever foreigners decided to extract maximum funds from a British society obsessed with gormless trivia, and then covered their tracks with a trail of trumped-up smut. But surely if Sven was that smart, he would have found a left-footed midfielder in England by now.

Ban racist fans, says Heskey
Telegraph.co.uk – Oct 14, 2002
The Liverpool striker, who was the target of racist abuse together with Ashley Cole and Kieron Dyer throughout Saturday’s match, urged UEFA to crackdown on the problem. The match was also marred by outbreaks of violence between England fans and Slovakian police. Heskey said: “They [UEFA] will have to do something. You could hear the abuse… It was very loud, especially in the second half. Police were around but they seemed to be doing nothing about it so what can you do?advertisement. At club level we never get that. Playing in Europe we get bits but that was some of the worst stuff we have been subjected to. “You feel hurt that they are looking at you for your colour, not you as a person. It’s very hard when that’s happening but sometimes you’ve just got to shut it out and try to put in a good performance.

Scotland player ratings
BBC News – Oct 12, 2002
Robert Douglas – A clean sheet will be a boost for the goalkeeper’s confidence after his nightmare in the Old Firm derby. Struggled with a couple of crosses and will still be under pressure for Celtic and his country. 6

Maurice Ross – The young Rangers defender still does not look totally comfortable as a wing-back. Recovered from a shaky start to produce some dangerous runs down the right flank, crossing for Gary Naysmith to score the second goal… Robert Douglas – A clean sheet will be a boost for the goalkeeper’s confidence after his nightmare in the Old Firm derby. Struggled with a couple of crosses and will still be under pressure for Celtic and his country. 6

Maurice Ross – The young Rangers defender still does not look totally comfortable as a wing-back. Recovered from a shaky start to produce some dangerous runs down the right flank, crossing for Gary Naysmith to score the second goal. 6

Gary Naysmith – Produced the cross for Scotland’s opening goal after a bright start in the left wing-back role. Found it more difficult in a more forward position after an injury to Jackie McNamara. But the Everton man sprung to prominence again with an excellent first touch and striker’s finish for the second goal.

Merci, chaps! French win was made in England
Independent Online – Oct 13, 2002
Photo: AP Merci, chaps! French win was made in England October 13 2002 at 07:11PM By Christophe Michel

Clairefontaine, France – Arsenal’s French striker Thierry Henry believes the quality of the English premier league helped inspire France to a 5-0 victory over Slovenia in their Euro 2004 qualifier on Saturday. “There were eight (France) players out of (the starting) 11 on the pitch who play in England,” Henry told reporters on Sunday. “We must say ‘hats off to English football’. Games like the one we played you see every weekend in the premier league. ‘The English only want to win… “Not because you don’t care about losing but because you’ve turned the page and look ahead to the next match. ”

Henry was joined in France’s starting XI on Saturday by club colleagues Patrick Vieira and Sylvain Wiltord, Manchester United’s Fabien Barthez and Mickael Silvestre, Chelsea’s William Gallas and Marcel Desailly and Fulham’s Steve Marlet. ‘It was a real premier league game’Liverpool’s Bruno Cheyrou replaced Wiltord in the last four minutes. Henry did not train with the rest of France’s squad at their Clairefontaine base on Sunday because of a slight injury but he should be available for their next qualifier, against Malta on Wednesday. Vieira, the Arsenal captain who scored France’s first goal in the 10th minute on Saturday, also said the English touch had helped the reigning European champions.

Important wins for France, Turkey and England
Independent Online – Oct 13, 2002
Of the other probable contenders for the European title in Portugal in 2004, England overcame a shaky start to win 2-1 in Slovakia, Turkey did the same to win 2-1 in Macedonia and Italy, runners-up to France in Euro 2000 two years ago, were held to a 1-1 draw by Yugoslavia in Naples. Spain, always so good in qualifying and usually equally disappointing in the main event, beat Northern Ireland 3-0 in Albacete… Israel moved into second place with a well deserved 2-0 away win over Malta with goals from Pini Balali (66) and Haim Revivo. Joe Brincat made his 100th appearance for Malta. Group Two

Denmark moved to the top of the group on goal difference from Norway after their 2-0 home win over Luxembourg but they did not have things all their own way against one of the whipping boys of European soccer. Denmark went ahead only after a questionable penalty award which Jon Dahl Tomasson converted in the 51st minute, while Ebbe Sand made sure with a 71st-minute header. Norway chalked up an important win in Romania thanks to an 84th-minute header from Steffen Iversen who has yet to score any goals for his Tottenham Hotspur club side this season. Group Three

Austria maintained their 100 per cent start with a 2-0 win in Belarus with goals from Markus Schopp (57) and Muhammet Akagunduz (89). Belarus had Alexander Lukhvich sent off late in the game.

Total Football: Beautiful game descends into tales of titillation
Telegraph.co.uk – Oct 13, 2002
“Chant of the weekFans of Gremio Porto Alegre, in the Brazilian League, left their ground chanting “Quero-Quero,” the Portuguese word for the local breed of lapwing after a bird flew on to the pitch and diverted what would have been a winning strike from opponents Botafogo Rio three minutes from time. The unfortunate Rio striker Fabio was furious. “Had the damn bird not crossed the line of the shot I would have scored the winner,” he said. His team-mates were disappointed that the bird had escaped the incident injury-free, but the lapwing rolled on the grass and then flew away again, having secured a 1-1 draw for Gremio. Poor man’s WestminsterFootball supporters from across the UK convened yesterday for the opening of the first Football Fans Parliament. The parliament has been established by the newly-formed Football Supporters Federation and was due to be chaired by TUC general secretary John Monks, ironically a lifelong Manchester United fan worried that armchair viewing might affect attendances. Issues to be debated by the fans included football, who runs football and football franchising… Under-21 international: England v Macedonia, Sky Sports 2, kick-off 8pm. Wednesday: Euro 2004 qualifier: England v Macedonia, BBC1, Sky Sports 2, kick-off 8. Euro 2004 qualifier: Republic of Ireland v Switzerland, Sky Sports 1, kick-off 8. Thursday: Women’s World Cup qualifying play-off: England v France, Sky Sports 1, kick-off 7.

Boost for Lithuania
BBC News – Oct 12, 2002
Goals from Tomas Razanauskas and Robertas Poskus did enough to suggest that Lithuania could still be contenders for a runners-up spot. Germany, who themselves failed to impress with a 1-1 friendly draw in Bosnia on Friday, are favourites to qualify from Group Five. But Lithuania, who included Dunfermline Athletic defender Andrius Skerla in their line-up, hope to challenge Scotland and Iceland for a place in the play-offs. Razanauskas fired Lithuania ahead from the penalty spot in the 23rd minute… Elvir Baljic had put the home side ahead after 21 minutes following a mistake by full-back Carsten Ramelow, who headed a high ball straight to Bosnian midfielder Edin Mujcin. Mujcin’s defence-splitting pass found Baljic alone 20 yards out and the forward made no mistake. Voller, whose side should reclaim the lead after hosting the Faroes in Hannover next week, said: “They surprised us with a strong display and our midfield did not play well. I think this is a fair result. ”

Bosnia, smarting from the last month’s home defeats against Yugoslavia in a friendly and Romania in a Euro 2004 qualifier, regained some confidence ahead of their qualifier in Norway.

England can’t afford any more slip ups
Independent Online – Oct 14, 2002
“There are no excuses. We’re looking for a good performance and hopefully a good win,” said Owen as he contemplated the encounter at St Mary’s Stadium. With England having almost come unstuck on a bog of a pitch in Bratislava on Saturday, Owen said he believed the home conditions would be a blessing as England set about reaching the Euro 2004 finals in Portugal. “The pitch is in great condition. You don’t sink in when you stand on it,” said Owen, recalling the quagmire in Bratislava, where England found themselves a goal down before inching home with his goal and another strike from captain David Beckham… “We won’t take it lightly, we’ll respect them, but get on with our game,” he vowed of tomorrow’s match. The big defender added that he expected goalkeeper and clubmate David Seaman to keep on defying speculation that his days in the side were rapidly drawing to a close. “He’s playing fantastically for Arsenal, so it’s not a surprise he’s still in the England side,” Campbell said.

Slovak arrested after England fans shot
Independent Online – Oct 12, 2002
A number of England players, who were due to play Slovakia in a Euro 2004 qualifier on Saturday, heard the shots, which were fired less than 100 metres from their team hotel on a square in the centre of Bratislava’s old town. Police spokeswoman Marta Bujnakova said that the shooting began just before midnight on Friday after a group of some 60 English fans refused to leave the Kelt bar, a traditional beer cellar in the centre of Bratislava’s old town, at closing time. The spokeswoman and British officials confirmed that a bullet had grazed the right thigh of an English fan identified by the Foreign Office as Phil Holland, 31… Ten English supporters were arrested in Prague overnight after a lap dancing bar was smashed up. Rick Todd, the British ambassador in Bratislava, told the BBC that the shooting was an isolated incident. “There has not been any general or widespread trouble in Bratislava overnight and Bratislava is a very nice safe place, so a shooting incident in the centre of town is extremely unusual,” he said. “I’m not expecting any more trouble of this sort. ”

FA chief executive Adam Crozier said the English fans had been innocent victims. But the violence nevertheless comes as a blow to the English football authorities’ attempts to build on the improved image of their supporters following the trouble-free World Cup campaign in Japan this summer.

Vogts forced to experiment
Telegraph.co.uk – Oct 14, 2002
“We know we will be without Ross and Thompson and we also have to think that it is possible we may have players injured after the first game, so what we have to do in our friendly matches between now and then is to give more players experience. It’s an international match and I want to win, although the most important thing is to give a good performance. Canada are a big physical side who also have experienced players who play in good leagues, so this will be another test for my team. We have to play an alternative midfield because of the injuries but in other parts of the team we want to keep some players together and give others the chance to come in and begin to get used to our way of playing. “Accordingly, such players as Dundee United’s Paul Gallacher and Russell Anderson of Aberdeen can expect to feature.

Slovakia 1, England 2
ic Newcastle.co.uk – Oct 13, 2002
As if Eriksson did not have enough to worry about in his personal life, events took a decided turn for the worse just 24 minutes into England’s opening Euro 2004 qualifier in Bratislava. Middlesbrough’s Szilard Nemeth gave Slovakia a deserved lead and, just to make matters worse, violence broke out in the stands, with England fans being baton-charged by police and retaliating with missiles. There was even racial abuse at the other end for Ashley Cole and Emile Heskey, with memories of England’s 2-0 defeat away to Norway in 1993 springing worryingly to mind. However, although Eriksson’s side rarely managed to rise above mediocrity, they did manage to equalise with 26 minutes left… As if Eriksson did not have enough to worry about in his personal life, events took a decided turn for the worse just 24 minutes into England’s opening Euro 2004 qualifier in Bratislava. Middlesbrough’s Szilard Nemeth gave Slovakia a deserved lead and, just to make matters worse, violence broke out in the stands, with England fans being baton-charged by police and retaliating with missiles. There was even racial abuse at the other end for Ashley Cole and Emile Heskey, with memories of England’s 2-0 defeat away to Norway in 1993 springing worryingly to mind. However, although Eriksson’s side rarely managed to rise above mediocrity, they did manage to equalise with 26 minutes left.

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