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December 1, 2002

Bellamy sends Newcastle back to square one

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The News Review:

* Tearful Bellamy devastated by red card
* Hughes denies Bruce rift
* Savage condemns hate campaign
* Bellamy sends Newcastle back to square one
* Vogts looks to future
* Liechtenstein fears over England fans
* UEFA EURO 2008™ – News

Tearful Bellamy devastated by red card
Independent Online – Nov 28, 2002
“I’ve made a right mess of tonight,” he said on Thursday. “It should have been a great occasion. We should be talking about the occasion, not about me getting involved in stupid incidents. “I was crying for a while in the dressing room. Football is a great game but moments like this really hurt. Because it’s down to my own stupidity, it hurts even more… Bellamy, who scored the winner for Wales against Italy in a Euro 2004 qualifier last month, said: “I should know better because I play international football against those sorts of opponents all the time. “I let him get the better of me and I deserved to go. I have let the fans down, I have let my team mates down and I have let the manager down. But most of all I have let myself down. “It’s hard to describe how I feel – this is probably the lowest point I’ve had in football.

Hughes denies Bruce rift
BBC News – Nov 27, 2002
The Birmingham City manager has received malicious phone calls from Welsh fans who claim he blocked Robbie Savage from playing for Wales against Azerbaijan. Hughes stressed he has no complaints with the way Birmingham handled the situation… The Birmingham City manager has received malicious phone calls from Welsh fans who claim he blocked Robbie Savage from playing for Wales against Azerbaijan. Hughes stressed he has no complaints with the way Birmingham handled the situation. And he revealed that Savage was desperate to play in Baku, but was left at home because of a genuine injury.

Savage condemns hate campaign
BBC News – Nov 26, 2002
Fans were further enraged when Savage then turned out for Birmingham three days later against Sunderland, lasting under an hour before limping off. “I knew I was injured (for the Azerbaijan match),” said Savage, who was examined by Wales team doctors before being sent home. “It’s not Steve Bruce’s fault, it’s not my fault, it’s nobody’s fault. “To put both our telephone numbers on the internet is childish. at the end of the day we’re human beings and people have got to look at themselves… But Savage warned that the actions of the fans might harden the attitude of Birmingham towards Wales and create further problems in the future. “If Steve Bruce keeps getting phone calls, the club might take stronger action and say if it keeps going on that they’ve got every right to release me,” Savage added. The midfielder revealed he is still struggling with the groin injury that kept him out of the Euro 2004 qualifier and is doubtful for Saturday’s home tie against Tottenham. Related to this story:.

Bellamy sends Newcastle back to square one
SI.com – Nov 28, 2002
Bellamy devastated by red card “I’ve made a right mess of tonight,” Bellamy was quoted as sayingin the Newcastle-based paper The Journal on Thursday. “It should have been a great occasion. We should be talking about the occasion, not about me getting involved in stupid incidents. “I was crying for a while in the dressing room. Football is a great game but moments like this really hurt. Because it’s down to my own stupidity, it hurts even more. Bellamy, who scored the winner for Wales against Italy in a Euro 2004 qualifier last month, said: “I should know better because I play international football against those sorts of opponents all the time… Football is a great game but moments like this really hurt. Because it’s down to my own stupidity, it hurts even more. Bellamy, who scored the winner for Wales against Italy in a Euro 2004 qualifier last month, said: “I should know better because I play international football against those sorts of opponents all the time. “I let him get the better of me and I deserved to go. I have let the fans down, I have let my team matesdown and I have let the manager down. But most of all I have let myself down. “It’s hard to describe how I feel — this is probably the lowest point I’ve had in football.

Vogts looks to future
BBC News – Nov 29, 2002
Vogts has a number of senior squad friendlies planned before resuming Euro
2004 qualification action in April, with the first against Ireland in February. “It’s a big chance for that game against the Irish,” he said. “I am saying ‘please send me a signal with a good result and a good performance’. “All these players need experience. None of them are playing in a European
competition and that is very important for me and for the future… None of them are playing in a European
competition and that is very important for me and for the future. ”

Thistle goalkeeper Arthur, Celtic midfielder McGovern and Bristol winger Scott Murray have not even featured at Under-21 level previously. McGovern, who has impressed on loan to Sheffield United, has not yet played for Celtic’s first team. Wigan Athletic’s success at the top of the Nationwide Division Two table means that midfielder Gary Teale, formerly of Ayr United, and Andy Liddell are both included, although the striker could be a doubt with a calf strain. Dunfermline Athletic’s calls for midfielder Barry Nicholson to be given another chance have been answered and he is joined in the squad by former Rangers defender Scott Wilson.

Liechtenstein fears over England fans
Telegraph.co.uk – Nov 28, 2002
“We have very little violent crime, perhaps a murder every five years – the last was three years ago. We hope there will be no problems. We do not have a strong riot police so we will probably get in touch with the Swiss. There are only 100 policeman in the whole of the country but we have set up a commission to help deal with future problems. We have already made contact with the British police, who we hope can support us. “UEFA have rejected Liechtenstein’s application to put up temporary stands for the game at the Rhinepark stadium due to safety fears so the capacity is limited to 3,500 seats, the tickets for which are already sold out. However a high-rise area around the ground just outside the capital Vaduz, will have to be blocked off to prevent thousands watching the game free of charge.

UEFA EURO 2008™ – News
uefa.comUEFA.com – Nov 29, 2002
Home comforts”We also had offers to travel to Qatar, South Africa and Oman, but these would have been too far to travel which is not good for us,” said Football Association of Slovenia secretary Dane Jost. “For this reason we prefer to play at home to Switzerland and in a new town, Nova Gorica. “Cyprus nextSlovenia’s bid to reach their second successive UEFA European Championship has got off to an indifferent start, with a 3-0 win against Malta preceding a 5-0 thrashing by France, the leaders of Group 1. The Slovenians are next in action against Cyprus on 2 April… Home comforts”We also had offers to travel to Qatar, South Africa and Oman, but these would have been too far to travel which is not good for us,” said Football Association of Slovenia secretary Dane Jost. “For this reason we prefer to play at home to Switzerland and in a new town, Nova Gorica. “Cyprus nextSlovenia’s bid to reach their second successive UEFA European Championship has got off to an indifferent start, with a 3-0 win against Malta preceding a 5-0 thrashing by France, the leaders of Group 1. The Slovenians are next in action against Cyprus on 2 April. Dublin victoryThere are no such problems for the Swiss, who sit at the top of Group 10 after collecting seven points from their opening three matches, including an excellent defeat of the Republic of Ireland in Dublin.

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