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April 30, 2003

Duff extends run for new manager

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The News Review:

* Not just a game
* Vogts under fire after defeat
* Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
* Duff extends run for new manager
* FA will reject Turkey tickets
* Vogts defends McNamara omission
* SI.com – Soccer – Experiments in store on busy international night -…
* SI.com – Soccer – Timing of friendlies has coaches in a tizzy -…
* ESPNsoccernet – Global – Switzerland v Italy Report
* England to reject tickets for Turkish qualifier
* Kluivert equalled Bergkamp’s scoring record
* Bergsson puts Bolton first
* Spain aiming to stay unbeaten under Saez
* Eriksson set for talks with club bosses
* Brugge set to clinch Belgian title
* ESPNsoccernet – Global – Germany v Serbia & Montenegro Report
* BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | Scotland | Austria stun sad…

Not just a game
go.com – Apr 29, 2003
For a start the Georgians have strong economic and military ties with the US while Russia boasts long-established trading links with the Iraqis. Then there is the issue of the war in Chechnya, the breakaway republic that borders both Georgia and Russia. The Russians feel that Georgia is not doing enough to act against Chechen rebels holed up in the Pankisi Gorge in the north-east of the country close to the Chechen border, and accuse the Georgians of helping Chechen rebels to cross the border between the two republics. Indeed, so frustrated were the Russians that last September Vladimir Putin sent planes into Georgia to bomb the Gorge, reportedly killing one man and injuring many others. ‘If the Georgian authorities do not undertake concrete actions aimed at destroying terrorists, and if militants continue their raids into Russia from Georgia, Russia will undertake appropriate measures to counter this terrorist threat,’ Putin had declared. ‘If we’re talking about terrorism, we’ve got more claims on Eduard Shevardnadze than on Saddam Hussein,’ the Russian defence minister Sergei Ivanov had told the Russian parliament, the Duma. ‘The Russian bombing of Georgian villages has broken all limits,’ raged Georgian premier Sheverdnadze as relations between the two countries plumbed new depths… Russia, looking to put their dreadful World Cup finals showing behind them, will go top of the group ahead of Switzerland if they can overcome the hostile atmosphere and get past Lokomotiv Tbilisi keeper Georgi Lomaia, currently attracting the interest of Arsenal. Valeri Gazzaev’s squad has been hampered by injury however, with goalkeeper Sergei Ovchinnikov, midfielder Rolan Gusev and defender Andrei Solomatin all missing. Clearly however, there will be more than just Euro 2004 qualifying points at stake in the Lokomotiv stadium. Let’s just hope that this time someone will have fed enough lari into the meter.

Vogts under fire after defeat
BBC News – Apr 30, 2003
“The management were not happy at half time, changed it about a bit and we did a bit better. “I felt Austria are not a great side, but we have made them look better than they are. ”

Diplomatic Dailly, playing in an unfamiliar wing-back role, suggested that it was the players and not the system that was at fault in the first half but conceded: “When we switched to a straight 4-4-2, it seemed to suit us better… “It had nothing to do with the tactics,” he said. “We had the same tactics in the second half. ”

One thing everyone in the Scotland camp can agree on is that they will have to show a massive improvement if they are to claim victory in their vital Euro 2004 qualifier against Germany at Hampden on 7 June. And Vogts, whose side were jeered from the park by one of Hampden’s smallest-ever crowds, was left praying for the return of injured first-choice regulars.

Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
Daily Times – Apr 30, 2003
Chelsea veteran defender Marcel Desailly lifted the World Cup at the same stadium five years ago and went on to win Euro 2000. And if the Egypt game will not quite match that memorable win over Brazil the evening will be almost as poignant as Desailly is set to win a French record 104th international cap. The achievement will take Ghana-born Desailly past 1998 skipper Didier Deschamps, now retired and looking to lead Monaco to the French league title. Real Madrid pair Zinedine Zidane and Claude Makelele as well as Juventus defender Lilian Thuram will miss the Egyptian date as their clubs are still in the Champions League. France have strolled through their Euro 2004 qualifying campaign and Desailly will be able to savour his moment without the need to claim a result on an evening which will see their Group One rivals scrap to stay in the race for second spot. Israel, forced to play their home matches on neutral territory owing to political tension in the Middle East, will take on Cyprus in Palermo, Sicily, amid tight security, while Malta host Slovenia at Ta?qali – but the French look almost unstoppable after winning their first five matches… The achievement will take Ghana-born Desailly past 1998 skipper Didier Deschamps, now retired and looking to lead Monaco to the French league title. Real Madrid pair Zinedine Zidane and Claude Makelele as well as Juventus defender Lilian Thuram will miss the Egyptian date as their clubs are still in the Champions League. France have strolled through their Euro 2004 qualifying campaign and Desailly will be able to savour his moment without the need to claim a result on an evening which will see their Group One rivals scrap to stay in the race for second spot. Israel, forced to play their home matches on neutral territory owing to political tension in the Middle East, will take on Cyprus in Palermo, Sicily, amid tight security, while Malta host Slovenia at Ta?qali – but the French look almost unstoppable after winning their first five matches. Only the Slovenes, nine points adrift but with two matches in hand, have any real hope of catching Les Bleus. Spain?s stranglehold on Group Six is almost as strong as the French one on their group but that has not prevented a row erupting ahead of their friendly against Ecuador after Valencia players Vicente and David Albelda failed to turn up with the rest of the squad on Monday, citing injuries. Valencia sent a fax to the Spanish football federation saying 22-year-old Vicente had a twisted ankle and David, 28, a muscular problem – although both played at the weekend.

Duff extends run for new manager
Telegraph.co.uk – Apr 30, 2003
It was a significant scalp for Ireland as Norway lead their Euro 2004 qualifying group, which includes Denmark and Romania, by three points and, while neither side were at full-strength, the Republic were sharper, more incisive and solid. However, the most significant result for Ireland was not at Lansdowne Road but in the Lokomotivi stadium, Tbilisi, where Georgia’s 1-0 victory over Russia made Group 10 the most open of all in the race to qualify for Euro 2004. The original tie last October was abandoned at half-time because of floodlight failure with the score 0-0. Georgia’s first win over their old masters secured by Malkhaz Asatiani’s 11th minute header leaves them joint-bottom of the group with Ireland with four points… It was a significant scalp for Ireland as Norway lead their Euro 2004 qualifying group, which includes Denmark and Romania, by three points and, while neither side were at full-strength, the Republic were sharper, more incisive and solid. However, the most significant result for Ireland was not at Lansdowne Road but in the Lokomotivi stadium, Tbilisi, where Georgia’s 1-0 victory over Russia made Group 10 the most open of all in the race to qualify for Euro 2004. The original tie last October was abandoned at half-time because of floodlight failure with the score 0-0. Georgia’s first win over their old masters secured by Malkhaz Asatiani’s 11th minute header leaves them joint-bottom of the group with Ireland with four points.

FA will reject Turkey tickets
Telegraph.co.uk – Apr 30, 2003
“After consultations, we have established that supporters, sponsors, the police and many of us at the FA are concerned as we don’t want anyone to come to any harm just because of a football match. “Ron Hogg, the senior police officer working with England supporters, recommends and endorses any decision not to accept tickets. “The FA are keen to stress this decision does not set a precedent, although they are determined to address problems within what they openly acknowledge is “too large a minority” of trouble-makers at England away games. “We will consider each game on its own merits, but the risk factor is too high for this game due to the tensions around the fixture,” added Barber. Many England fans are worried that they may have to travel to Turkey in October, just to validate a bonus scheme to qualify for tickets for the Euro 2004 finals if England get there. The FA have therefore concluded that it may be best to reject the ticket allocation, while asking the Government for help in dissuading fans from travelling in any case. “We are not calling for guarantees of safety from the Turkish FA on behalf of our fans as we don’t believe any footballing authority can provide these, especially with regard to what happens outside the ground,” said Barber.

Vogts defends McNamara omission
Telegraph.co.uk – Apr 29, 2003
Vogts said: “All the concentration for Celtic is the match against Porto. He has not been playing in the last four or five weeks. After the Lithuania match he played only one match. “Jackie is a very good player and maybe he could have been involved more but it was not possible because of the foreigners. “One player Vogts did call up was Rangers’ Maurice Ross, who has been left out of his club’s last four games. The Austria match is one of three fixtures scheduled as practice before the Euro 2004 qualifier with Germany on June 7… Fewer than half of tonight’s starting line-up can be regarded as likely starters in that game. Motherwell’s James McFadden makes his first start, as one of two strikers alongside Stevie Thompson. Kenny Miller and Stevie Crawford played in the Euro 2004 qualifiers with Iceland and Lithuania but will watch from the bench. Vogts said: “Stevie Thompson has had a lot of problems. He was suspended for the Euro qualifier with Iceland and I have to have a look at him. “Robert Douglas’s failure to complete Sunday’s Old Firm derby means Dundee United goalkeeper Paul Gallacher wins his fifth cap. Christian Dailly has been handed the captain’s armband and Craig Burley wins his first cap since October 2001 by filling in for Barry Ferguson, who is being rested.

SI.com – Soccer – Experiments in store on busy international night -…
SI.com – Apr 29, 2003
Five Euro 2004 qualifiers are scheduled, together with a further 27 friendly matches involving World Cup holder Brazil, European champion France, Argentina, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain and Turkey, among others. In the friendlies at least, experimentation is likely to be the name of the game, with a large number of Europe-based players not joining up with their national squads due to fitness concerns. Dutch coach Dick Advocaat has recalled Barcelona winger Marc Overmars, who has not played for his country for 13 months, for their clash with Euro 2004 host Portugal in Eindhoven, perhaps the most enticing fixture of the night. But midfielder Clarence Seedorf and defender Jaap Stam are both injured. Portugal, which beat Brazil 2-1 a month ago, welcomes back midfielder Hugo Viana after his shoulder injury. Losing World Cup finalist Germany, whose next Group Five qualifier is in Scotland on June 7, faces a searching test in Bremen against Serbia and Montenegro. The Germans are missing 12 players due to injury, among them captain and goalkeeper Oliver Kahn.

SI.com – Soccer – Timing of friendlies has coaches in a tizzy -…
SI.com – Apr 29, 2003
But five Euro 2004 qualifying games scheduled for Wednesday have been joined by 22 exhibition matches — and some of the club coaches aren’t happy. Alan Curbishley, whose Charlton squad could decide the English league title when it meets leader Manchester United on Saturday, already has five defenders missing through injury and will have four more players in action for various nations on Wednesday. Claus Jensen is in Denmark’s squad for the game against Ukraine, Kevin Lisbie is off to Cape Town to play for Jamaica, Radostin Kishishev is with Bulgaria and Finland has called up Jonatan Johansson for a game against Iceland. It could have been worse, but Shaun Bartlett was not required by South Africa for the game against Jamaica. “The most important two games coming up of the whole season and we have players playing in South Africa and Denmark,” Curbishley said… Alan Curbishley, whose Charlton squad could decide the English league title when it meets leader Manchester United on Saturday, already has five defenders missing through injury and will have four more players in action for various nations on Wednesday. Claus Jensen is in Denmark’s squad for the game against Ukraine, Kevin Lisbie is off to Cape Town to play for Jamaica, Radostin Kishishev is with Bulgaria and Finland has called up Jonatan Johansson for a game against Iceland. It could have been worse, but Shaun Bartlett was not required by South Africa for the game against Jamaica. “The most important two games coming up of the whole season and we have players playing in South Africa and Denmark,” Curbishley said. “It is absolutely crazy. “I don’t want people going off to play for Denmark and Jamaica, I have got enough problems as it is. So we will be hoping they come back fit.

ESPNsoccernet – Global – Switzerland v Italy Report
go.com – Apr 30, 2003
Midfielder Christiano Zanetti headed the winning goal in the75th minute when he directed a cross from substitute MassimoOddo beyond goalkeeper Jorg Stiel. The Swiss pushed forward at every opportunity and kept thecapacity 30,000 crowd in the new stadium built for the Euro 2008championships entertained, but lacked the subtlety and skill ofthe visitors. Switzerland had not lost a match since being beaten byCanada in May last year, but have not triumphed over Italy insix attempts since 1993. The Swiss play two Euro 2004 Group 10 qualifying matchesagainst Russia and Albania next month. Switzerland lead the group on eight points from four games,two ahead of second-placed Russia, who suffered a setbackearlier on Wednesday when they lost 1-0 to Georgia in a Euro2004 qualifying match in Tbilisi. Italy are second in Group Nine, five points behind groupleaders Wales. They play Finland on June 11… The Swiss pushed forward at every opportunity and kept thecapacity 30,000 crowd in the new stadium built for the Euro 2008championships entertained, but lacked the subtlety and skill ofthe visitors. Switzerland had not lost a match since being beaten byCanada in May last year, but have not triumphed over Italy insix attempts since 1993. The Swiss play two Euro 2004 Group 10 qualifying matchesagainst Russia and Albania next month. Switzerland lead the group on eight points from four games,two ahead of second-placed Russia, who suffered a setbackearlier on Wednesday when they lost 1-0 to Georgia in a Euro2004 qualifying match in Tbilisi. Italy are second in Group Nine, five points behind groupleaders Wales. They play Finland on June 11.

England to reject tickets for Turkish qualifier
SI.com – Apr 30, 2003
Trouble flared this month in a qualifier against Turkey in Sunderland, for which England face disciplinary action from UEFA, European soccer’s ruling body. The safety concerns are also based on the deaths of two Leeds United fans in Istanbul during clashes in 2000 before a UEFA Cup tie against Galatasaray. After talking to supporters’ groups, police and lawyers, FA officials say they do not want their allocation of 3,000 to 6,000 tickets. Their recommendation now needs to be rubber-stamped by an FA board meeting next week… “As things currently stand, it is very unlikely that we will accept our allocation of tickets for the Turkey match,” Paul Barber, FA director of marketing and communications, told reporters. “Supporters are concerned, sponsors are concerned, the police are concerned, we’re concerned — it’s certainly not in any way, shape or form worth putting anyone in harm’s way for a football match. The FA is anxious to stress that Wednesday’s development was not part of any deal connected with a UEFA meeting Thursday that will decide on punishment for the racist chants and pitch invasion during the home game against Turkey. The October 11 match, at a venue yet to finalized by Turkey, will be England’s last of the qualifying campaign for the 2004 championship in Portugal. It is leading Group Seven on 10 points, a point ahead of Turkey which it beat 2-0 at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland. Not related England risks having to play its next qualifier, at home to Slovakia at Middlesbrough on June 11, behind closed doors if UEFA decides to crack down on England and its fans. “There is no deal here with UEFA, absolutely no deal,” Barber said.

Kluivert equalled Bergkamp’s scoring record
BBC News – Apr 30, 2003
Turkey finished third at the 2002 World Cup but were beaten in England in a recent qualifier and this latest loss will not help their confidence. Borussia Dortmund duo Tomas Rosicky and Jan Koller scored the first two before Liverpool pair Vladimir Smicer and Milan Baros rounded off the victory. In Eindhoven, Holland striker Patrick Kluivert scored in the 1-1 draw against Portugal and equalled Dennis Bergkamp’s 37-goal tally as the country’s leading scorer. Simao Sabrosa levelled late on for the visitors with a deflected shot… Turkey finished third at the 2002 World Cup but were beaten in England in a recent qualifier and this latest loss will not help their confidence. Borussia Dortmund duo Tomas Rosicky and Jan Koller scored the first two before Liverpool pair Vladimir Smicer and Milan Baros rounded off the victory. In Eindhoven, Holland striker Patrick Kluivert scored in the 1-1 draw against Portugal and equalled Dennis Bergkamp’s 37-goal tally as the country’s leading scorer. Simao Sabrosa levelled late on for the visitors with a deflected shot. Germany, who are in Scotland’s Euro 2004 qualifying group, were also in action and they beat Serbia & Montenegro 1-0 courtesy of a Sebastian Kehl goal.

Bergsson puts Bolton first
BBC News – Apr 28, 2003
Bergsson decided to put club before country as his side battles against relegation from the Premiership. Bergsson will use the time to rest ahead of Saturday’s trip to Southampton. But he has told Iceland coach Atli Edvaldsson that he will play in the June Euro 2004 qualifiers against the Faroe Islands and Lithuania if selected. Bolton boss Sam Allardyce, meanwhile, believes 41 points might not be enough to secure Premiership survival for another season… Bergsson will use the time to rest ahead of Saturday’s trip to Southampton. But he has told Iceland coach Atli Edvaldsson that he will play in the June Euro 2004 qualifiers against the Faroe Islands and Lithuania if selected. Bolton boss Sam Allardyce, meanwhile, believes 41 points might not be enough to secure Premiership survival for another season.

Spain aiming to stay unbeaten under Saez
SI.com – Apr 29, 2003
Spain has not lost its eight games since the Basque replaced Jose Antonio Camacho after last year’s World Cup finals. Spain heads Group 6 of Euro 2004 with 10 points from four matches. However, Saez’s preparations for the Ecuador game have been disrupted by withdrawals. The coach already had to cover for four absent players when he announced his squad last Thursday. The national team’s all-time top scorer Raul Gonzalez was recuperating from an emergency appendix operation, while two more strikers, Deportivo de La Coruna’s Diego Tristan and Raul Tamudo, together with FC Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez, were injured.

Eriksson set for talks with club bosses
SI.com – Apr 29, 2003
Described by a Football Association spokesman as “an opportunity to establish a good line of communication,” the sessions should take the sting out of the controversial issue of the release of players for friendlies. Eriksson’s meeting with Ferguson is a key one for the national cause as United are his biggest source of first-team players in England skipper David Beckham, fellow midfielders Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt, plus defenders Gary Neville, RioFerdinand and Wes Brown. In September, Ferguson informed the England coach that Scholes was not fit to be included in a squad to face Portugal in a friendly. A day after he was withdrawn, to Eriksson’s surprise, Scholes played for United in a league game. Unflattering comments In February, Ferguson said Eriksson had shaken hands to replace him as United boss and went on to make some distinctly unflattering comments about the Swede. “I think Eriksson would have been a nice easy choice for them in terms of nothing really happens, does it?” Ferguson said. “He doesn’t change anything… As Everton said on their Web site: “Moyes has done his level best to shield Rooney as much as possible during his first season in professional football and wants him to enjoy a substantial break over the summer. “For that reason he does not want Eriksson to include him in his squad for the friendly with South Africa on May 22 and it is also believed that his involvement in the friendly with Serbia and Montenegro on June 3 will be up for discussion. “Eriksson is keen to assist Moyes in his nurturing of Rooney but is sure to want him involved in both games as he views them as vital preparation for the Euro 2004 qualifier with Slovakia. While wrinkles such as this one can be ironed out, the fundamental problem of a season which Eriksson believes is too long and too demanding without a winter break, are unlikely to be solved by a couple of days in a London hotel. Bosnich suspended for nine months over drug test LONDON (AP) — Former Chelsea goalkeeper Mark Bosnich was banned for nine months by the Football Association on Tuesday after testing positive for cocaine. The 31-year-old Australian, who claimed that he ingested the drug unwittingly in a spiked drink, was found guilty by an FA disciplinary commission of improper conduct and breaching doping control regulations. The FA said it would contact FIFA to have the ban applied worldwide.

Brugge set to clinch Belgian title
SI.com – Apr 29, 2003
It said King Mohammed had appointed 52-year old Saad Kettani as campaign chief, citing his “international experience and strong networking. Kettani is a main shareholder in insurance firm Wafa Assurance and Wafabank through the Kettani family-owned Sopar holding. It was not immediately clear if Driss Benhima, who has led the north African country’s attempts to stage the World Cup, would stay. Morocco tried to host the 1994, 1998 and 2006 events but the lack of adequate infrastructure, including stadiums and roads, hampered its bids. Sopar operates in Morocco and in several African countries in sectors such as electrical appliance manufacturing, construction, finance, agriculture and fisheries. The 2010 World Cup is due to be hosted by an African nation for the first time, with Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa and Tunisia all in the running. FIFA will decide in May next year which country will host the event… “We have to do the impossible to take Estudiantes upwards, because the club has always been there. Bulgaria’s Balakov to quit after Albania friendly SOFIA (Reuters) — Bulgaria captain Krassimir Balakov has announced he will retire from international soccer after Wednesday’s friendly against Albania in Sofia. The 37-year-old had said in February that he would quit after Bulgaria’s Euro 2004 Group Eight qualifier against Belgium on June 8. But he told a news conference on Tuesday: “Tomorrow I will put an end to my international career. I am leaving this team but my soul will stay with it.

ESPNsoccernet – Global – Germany v Serbia & Montenegro Report
go.com – Apr 30, 2003
Kehl hit the winner with a thunderous drive from more than25 metres out on 60 minutes for the World Cup runners-up, whohad gone three matches without victory. Substitute striker Benjamin Lauth also found the back of thenet for the home team but his headed effort was disallowed foroffside with 11 minutes left in a relatively dull game with fewhighlights. Coach Rudi Voeller had to experiment with 13 regularinternationals sidelined with injuries but the three-times worldand European champions nevertheless boosted their morale beforefacing Scotland in a Euro 2004 qualifier on June 7 in Glasgow. ‘The fact that we were able to win again after the lastmatches which were not really good is very important,’ saidVoeller. ‘It’s a narrow win but it’s a fair result,’ added the formerWorld Cup-winning striker. ‘We fought hard for it and we had thebest chances. ‘Serbia and Montenegro have now lost two of the three gamesthey have played since changing their name from Yugoslavia inFebruary and drawn the other — with modest Azerbaijan.

BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | Scotland | Austria stun sad…
BBC News – Apr 30, 2003
Roland Kirchler and Mario Haas both scored in a first-half in front of just 12,189 fans and dominated by a side minus many of Austria’s more established stars. A change of personnel and formation gave the Scots more possession after the break. But they could not break down a side two places below them in 61st place in the world rankings as Vogts prepares to take on his countrymen in next month’s vital Euro 2004 qualifier. Hearts’ Andy Webster made his debut in the Scotland defence in a 3-4-1-2 formation for the friendly, with Christian Dailly playing in an unfamiliar wing-back role and Gary Naysmith moved into midfield. Veteran Derby County midfielder Craig Burley was given his first Scotland appearance for 18 months, while. Motherwell’s James McFadden was given his first start up front… Roland Kirchler and Mario Haas both scored in a first-half in front of just 12,189 fans and dominated by a side minus many of Austria’s more established stars. A change of personnel and formation gave the Scots more possession after the break. But they could not break down a side two places below them in 61st place in the world rankings as Vogts prepares to take on his countrymen in next month’s vital Euro 2004 qualifier. Hearts’ Andy Webster made his debut in the Scotland defence in a 3-4-1-2 formation for the friendly, with Christian Dailly playing in an unfamiliar wing-back role and Gary Naysmith moved into midfield. Veteran Derby County midfielder Craig Burley was given his first Scotland appearance for 18 months, while. Motherwell’s James McFadden was given his first start up front.

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