Euro 2012 – Ukraine and Poland

May 30, 2003

Crowe retains Irish place

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The News Review:

* Uefa warns England fans
* Little is a large name
* Vogts feels Scots have beating of Germany
* Crowe retains Irish place
* Wales given Serbia boost
* Injured Murray’s brave performance
* SOCCER: Beckham makes plea to fans
* Beckham linked with AC Milan, Barcelona
* Ferdinand out of England squad
* BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | England | FA risks new row
* The back pages
* SI.com – Soccer – Spain: Madrid stars rally behind manager – Thursday…
* ESPNsoccernet – England – Europe D-Day for Keegan
* Novak through to third round at French Open after gruelling five-set…
* SEAMAN’S ARSENAL FUTURE MAY BE IN SAFE HANDS
* Webster’s card fear
* Winning is all the sweeter for Ricksen after disappointments

Uefa warns England fans
BBC News – May 28, 2003
Outgoing Uefa chief executive Gerhard Aigner sounded the warning ahead of England’s Euro 2004 qualifier in Turkey. The Football Association has already refused its allocation of tickets for the match in an attempt to stop trouble-makers travelling. Aigner was instrumental in imposing the ban on English clubs taking part in European competition following the 1985 Champions Cup final between Liverpool and Juventus. Uefa’s chief executive admitted the deaths of 39 Juventus supporters following a riot sparked by Liverpool fans, was the nadir of his 34 years in office… Outgoing Uefa chief executive Gerhard Aigner sounded the warning ahead of England’s Euro 2004 qualifier in Turkey. The Football Association has already refused its allocation of tickets for the match in an attempt to stop trouble-makers travelling. Aigner was instrumental in imposing the ban on English clubs taking part in European competition following the 1985 Champions Cup final between Liverpool and Juventus. Uefa’s chief executive admitted the deaths of 39 Juventus supporters following a riot sparked by Liverpool fans, was the nadir of his 34 years in office.

Little is a large name
Rochdale Observer – May 28, 2003
But whether or not he was one of those interviewed by the boardremains to be seen. There is still no news of an appointment by Dale, but that newsshould not be too far away considering that the directors were dueto interview the third man on a short-list of three last week. No names have been “officially” forthcoming and an insider said:”A lot of people applied. It was the usual list of almost every outof work manager. Should Rochdale reach next year’s Third Division play-off finalit will mean a bank holiday to remember for fans in Cardiff… It was the usual list of almost every outof work manager. Should Rochdale reach next year’s Third Division play-off finalit will mean a bank holiday to remember for fans in Cardiff. That’s because the Football League has switched round thetraditional order of the Millennium Stadium weekend to accommodateinternational call-ups for players involved in Euro 2004. The First Division showdown will be on Saturday 29 May, theDivision Two sudden-death clash a day later, and the Division Threehighlight on the holiday Monday. The Football League’s head of communication, John Nagle,explained: “It’s been changed because the call-up period for Euro2004 falls on that weekend.

Vogts feels Scots have beating of Germany
Telegraph.co.uk – May 28, 2003
Only the most optimistic members of the Tartan Army believe that Rudi Voller’s side will be sent packing, but Vogts was insistent it could happen. I have a very good feeling… “Vogts was especially pleased with the first-half display, which saw Stevie Crawford head home a James McFadden corner in the 11th minute and McFadden’s overall display was good enough for him to be told in the dressing room that he is no longer on standby to face the Germans. But the Scots were second best after the break and quickly conceded an equaliser to a free-kick that was despatched by Ryan Nelsen. Vogts added: “I am not happy with the result. We have to score more goals. There was a clear penalty for handball, but we made one mistake and there was an equaliser. “We played very well in the first half, then we had a bad 25 minutes in the second but we came back again in the last 20. I am happy with my players, especially in the first half.

Crowe retains Irish place
BBC News – May 28, 2003
The Dubliner won his first senior cap for the Republic against Greece in the scoreless draw in Athens last November and came on as a late sub in the win over Norway in April. Back in the squad for the two games at Lansdowne Road are goalkeeper Nick
Colgan (Hibernian) and Celtic’s want-away midfielder Colin Healy. As the Scottish league season had not finished last week neither player was
considered for Brian Kerr’s training sessions in Dublin. Also in the squad are goalkeeper Joe Murphy (West Brom) and Steven Reid (Millwall), both of whom joined the training squad late last week having remained with their clubs for treatment to injuries. Absent Finnan and O’Brien did not travel to Dublin last week because of injury. Finnan has a pelvic complaint while O’Brien is still recovering from the effects of
surgery on his broken nose. Ireland are tied for last in Group 10 with four points.

Wales given Serbia boost
BBC News – May 30, 2003
BSkyB have promised to be flexible when choosing which Premiership games to televise on the opening days of next season. The Barclaycard Premiership season kicks-off on Saturday, 16 August, and Wales play Group Nine rivals Serbia-Montenegro the following Wednesday. Fifa have decided not to make the date an international matchday and so Wales cannot demand the players are released from their clubs four days before the match. Manager Mark Hughes had consequently pleaded with the satellite broadcaster not to televise any matches involving Welsh players on the Sunday or Monday. Matches will still probably be played on the Sunday, but it is unlikely that any games will be switched to Monday evening.

Injured Murray’s brave performance
ic Birmingham.co.uk – May 28, 2003
The highly-rated England Under-21 goalkeeper was the star turn among an all-star Wolves cast as Dave Jones’ men booked their prized place in the Premiership with Monday’s resounding 3-0 win over Sheffield United. Yet what was not known outside the Wolves dressing room was that Murray was suffering from a hernia problem that required surgery, as was his team-mate Kenny Miller,While Miller has decided to fight the discomfort for a few more days and wait until after Scotland’s Euro 2004 qualifier against Germany on June 7, Murray was booked in for his operation last night. It was Colin Cameron who led the tributes. “He’s had a few problems with it and not been 100 per cent over the last month but you wouldn’t have thought it the way Matt played on Monday,” said Cameron, who was outstanding in the heart of Wolves’ midfield at the Millennium Stadium… Yet what was not known outside the Wolves dressing room was that Murray was suffering from a hernia problem that required surgery, as was his team-mate Kenny Miller,While Miller has decided to fight the discomfort for a few more days and wait until after Scotland’s Euro 2004 qualifier against Germany on June 7, Murray was booked in for his operation last night. It was Colin Cameron who led the tributes. “He’s had a few problems with it and not been 100 per cent over the last month but you wouldn’t have thought it the way Matt played on Monday,” said Cameron, who was outstanding in the heart of Wolves’ midfield at the Millennium Stadium.

SOCCER: Beckham makes plea to fans
U.TV – May 29, 2003
After next week`s game, England take on Slovakia at Middlesbrough`s Riverside ground on June 11 in another European Championships qualifier. An FA spokesman confirmed that Beckham would be filming an appeal for fans to behave because he was concerned of the consequences if there was more trouble. The England captain told The Sun: “It shouldn`t happen. If it does again we will be thrown out of Euro 2004… We have to celebrate in the middle of the pitch instead of by the corner flag. We want to stay in the competition. “Kevin Miles, international co-ordinator for the Football Supporters` Federation, said: “It`s refreshing to see the England captain being concerned not just with results but also with the whole experience of supporting the England team. “There are clearly serious issues to be addressed about a section of England`s support. “The bulk of England fans want to enjoy their football in a passionate, partisan, but supporting way, much like Beckham himself plays the game. “Hopefully the England captain speaking out about issues of behaviour and racism may penetrate where common sense hasn`t yet managed. “I hope that Beckham is as forthright about the racism issue as he will be about the pitch invasions at Sunderland, which were regrettable.

Beckham linked with AC Milan, Barcelona
SI.com – May 30, 2003
French agent Marc Roger — who reportedly set up the Paris meeting — was quoted in British newspapers Friday as saying Wenger would take “two to three weeks” to decide whether to take the Real job. I am committed to Arsenal and will not get involved in any of this speculation,” Wenger said on the Gunners’ Web site Friday. Wenger has two years left on his current deal but has a clause stipulating he can leave at the end of each season. “I know [Wenger] wants to coach Real Madrid,” Roger was quoted as saying in the Sun on Friday. “Arsene has told me he would be pleased to coach Real Madrid one day. ” The Gunners are heavily in debt after plans to build a new stadium proved more expensive than originally planned, meaning Wenger only has limited funds to spend on players this summer… He hasn’t signed a new deal. Ferdinand out, Rooney in for England’s upcoming gamesLONDON (AP) — Defender Rio Ferdinand is out, but teenage striker Wayne Rooney is in for England’s next two games. Ferdinand will miss the friendly against Serbia-Montenegro on Tuesday and the Euro 2004 qualifer against Slovakia on June 11 with a left knee injury. The Manchester United star will undergo surgery next week. The decision was made after Ferdinand was examined by United and England medical staff on Friday. “We are very disappointed to lose (Ferdinand), but this is obviously the right decision for medical reasons,” England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson said. Everton’s Rooney, 17, has recovered from a knee-ligament injury and could play in both home games.

Ferdinand out of England squad
BBC News – May 30, 2003
The Manchester United defender has been troubled by a knee injury for the past
couple of months and aggravated the problem during England’s 2-1 win over South
Africa in Durban last week. But there was better news for England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson when Everton’s medical staff passed Wayne Rooney fit to play. After an examination by the United medical team in Manchester on Friday, it was decided that Ferdinand would undergo surgery to cure the longstanding problem. “Rio’s left knee was examined and following discussions between the
Manchester United medical team and the England doctor, it was felt to be in
Rio’s best interests that he undergo an arthroscopy at the beginning of next
week,” said a United statement… Rooney, who missed last week’s win in South Africa because of the injury, returned to Everton’s Bellefield training ground on Friday to undergo further tests. He had been struggling with a knee ligament injury since the Toffees’ last game of the season against Manchester United. But Everton head physio Mick Rathbone told the club’s website: “We have checked Wayne out. “He has trained in the past few days and reported no reaction so he will join up with the squad on Sunday.

BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | England | FA risks new row
BBC News – May 29, 2003
An FA spokesman originally indicated that the game would take place on 19 August – just three days after the start of the Premiership season. But the FA has since said that no date has been fixed for the match – which could take place at Ipswich’s Portman Road ground. “We are planning to play Croatia in the future but we have not confirmed a date or venue,” said a FA spokesman. England are likely to use the game as a warm-up for their Euro 2004 qualifiers against Macedonia on 6 September and Liechtenstein four days later. But, with the top-flight season starting on 16 August, England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson could be risking another confrontation with Premiership managers. Eriksson has had repeated problems with clubs reluctant to release players and recently even took the step of having talks with managers to help improve the situation… But the FA has since said that no date has been fixed for the match – which could take place at Ipswich’s Portman Road ground. “We are planning to play Croatia in the future but we have not confirmed a date or venue,” said a FA spokesman. England are likely to use the game as a warm-up for their Euro 2004 qualifiers against Macedonia on 6 September and Liechtenstein four days later. But, with the top-flight season starting on 16 August, England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson could be risking another confrontation with Premiership managers. Eriksson has had repeated problems with clubs reluctant to release players and recently even took the step of having talks with managers to help improve the situation.

The back pages
BBC News – May 29, 2003
The Daily Mirror called it the “Eurovision pong contest. nul-nul point” although the Daily Telegraph hailed “Shevchenko the Milan master”… Meanwhile David Beckham features in most of the papers too. He will make a television plea ahead of England’s friendly against Serbia and Montenegro next week, calling on fans to behave or England could get thrown out of the European Championships. The Daily Mail says “Don’t get us thrown out of Euro 2004” while The Sun simply says “Becks in TV plea to fans”. THE HEADLINES

Daily Telegraph: Beckham to meet Kofi Annan

The Independent: Chelsea launch ?5m attempt to capture Cole

The Sun: Ruud’s got me rockin’

The Guardian: Italian drama needs extra scene

The Times: Seaman ready to set sail from Highbury

Daily Mail: Don’t get us thrown out of Euro 2004

Daily Express: I will buy Beckham

Daily Mirror:

Daily Star: Forlan’s bait for Dino

Beckham will continue his ambassador role by meeting United Nations secretary-general Kofi Annan this summer, says the Daily Telegraph. Cricket features heavily on the back pages too. England will name their one-day squad against Pakistan on Thursday and bowler Matthew Hoggard’s injury is a cause for concern. He limped out of a C&G Trophy match for Yorkshire on Wednesday and The Independent says “Hoggard blow for England”.

SI.com – Soccer – Spain: Madrid stars rally behind manager – Thursday…
SI.com – May 29, 2003
But the side will need all its talent to get past No. 4 Celta which will be gunning for a victory to keep alive its hopes of a Champions League berth next season. Rumors that Madrid might not renew del Bosque’s contract gathered momentum after the team was eliminated from the Champions League by Juventus in the semifinals. Del Bosque, who has won two Champions League titles and the Spanish league crown with Madrid in six seasons, says he’s not worried. His contract runs out this season and he has yet to agree a new deal. “He’s the best for Real Madrid. He has to continue,” said Portuguese winger Luis Figo, expressing an opinion that sports daily Marca said was backed by both Madrid’s starting eleven and substitutes… Bottom-placed Rayo Vallecano is up against No. Seven Real Madrid players in Spain squad MADRID (Reuters) — Seven Real Madrid players weredrafted into the Spain squad on Thursday for the forthcomingEuro 2004 qualifiers against Greece and Northern Ireland. An all-Real front line of Raul, Guti and Fernando Morientes,defensive trio Michel Salgado, Ivan Helguera and Raul Bravo –recently returned from a loan spell at Leeds United — as wellas goalkeeper Iker Casillas all feature in Inaki Saez’s squad. The unbeaten Spaniards lead second-placed Ukraine by fourpoints in Group Six at the halfway stage of the qualificationcampaign. Wins against Greece in Zaragoza and Northern Ireland inBelfast could see them wrap up a place in next year’s tournamentbefore the final two rounds of matches. “We could secure our qualification after these two matchesso we have to use all the resources at our disposal,” Saez tolda news conference after announcing the 19-man squad.

ESPNsoccernet – England – Europe D-Day for Keegan
go.com – May 30, 2003
08 from Sweden, which shouldbe an unassailable advantage given their overall score of 8. 234 is based on 117matches in official UEFA competition. The only potential problem was the likelihood of a poor score from the Euro2004 qualifier with Turkey at the Stadium of Light, which was marred by twopitch invasions and abuse directed towards the visiting fans. However, one low mark should not make too much difference to England’s overallscore, which in turn is set to seal City’s return to Europe for the first timesince they were beaten by Borussia Monchengladbach in the UEFA Cup fourth roundback in 1979. Keegan has already expressed his distaste for the Fair Play process, insistingthat any spare European berth should be handed out according to leagueperformances. However, he also said there would be no embarrassment involved in accepting itas a welcome present for the first year at their new Eastlands home. `Of course it would be great if we got into Europe and have the chance ofplaying in some big games but it would be ironic given that we finished ninth inthe league,’ he said… 234 is based on 117matches in official UEFA competition. The only potential problem was the likelihood of a poor score from the Euro2004 qualifier with Turkey at the Stadium of Light, which was marred by twopitch invasions and abuse directed towards the visiting fans. However, one low mark should not make too much difference to England’s overallscore, which in turn is set to seal City’s return to Europe for the first timesince they were beaten by Borussia Monchengladbach in the UEFA Cup fourth roundback in 1979. Keegan has already expressed his distaste for the Fair Play process, insistingthat any spare European berth should be handed out according to leagueperformances. However, he also said there would be no embarrassment involved in accepting itas a welcome present for the first year at their new Eastlands home. `Of course it would be great if we got into Europe and have the chance ofplaying in some big games but it would be ironic given that we finished ninth inthe league,’ he said. `We’ll take it but my honest opinion is that the place should go to the nextbest-placed team in the Premiership.

Novak through to third round at French Open after gruelling five-set…
radio.cz – May 29, 2003
However, it took the thirteenth seed – who does not likeplaying on clay – five gruelling sets to dispatch Spain’s little-knownMarc Lopez. A tired but satisfied Jiri Novak had this to say afterWednesday’s match:"The main thing is that I’ve qualified for the next round, that’s themost important thing. Now it’s just a matter of calmly awaiting my nextopponent and we’ll see what happens. I have nothing to lose and I’ve madeit the third round, so I’m very satisfied. "Other Czechs left in the second Grand Slam tournament of the year includeRadek Stepanek, Zuzana Ondraskova and Denisa Chladkova… The attacking midfielder had to sit Wednesday’s final out due tosuspension and was sorely missed by Juventus, who eventually lost to ACMilan on penalties. Nedved, who recently won his second Serie A winner’smedal in a row with Juve, has often said he joined the club in order towin the Champions League. Nedved’s next challenge will be the CzechRepublic’s Euro 2004 qualifier against Moldova in Olomouc on June 11. It’s official – Sparta are champions (no really)After all the farcical twists in the saga of the Czech league title,Sparta Prague have now been confirmed as champions. That’s becauseBohemians have decided not to appeal a Czech FA ruling in which Spartawere awarded a win after a recent game between the two clubs was abandonedwhen a Bohemians fan hit a linesman. The FA confirmed on Wednesday thatthe Kangaroos face a half-a-million-crown fine and must play their nextthree home games behind closed doors. Teplice happy with Czech Cup win despite low interest in competitionThe Czech Cup was also decided this week, with Teplice beating Jablonec1:0 on Tuesday; the only goal of the game came from defender Tomas Hunal.

SEAMAN’S ARSENAL FUTURE MAY BE IN SAFE HANDS
4TheGame – May 30, 2003
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, whose own future with the club has been thrown into doubt after frantic speculation that he could join Real Madrid in two weeks, wants Seaman to take over from retiring Bob Wilson as Arsenal’s goalkeeping coach. Wenger who has reiterated his commitment to Arsenal for at least two more years – the remaining time left on his latest contract – would also want to retain Seaman’s registration as a player, ideally as a back-up to any new signing while Stuart Taylor, 22, is still being groomed for the first-team job. But Arsenal, it is believed, are still not close to signing a new keeper even though they have been strongly linked with Leeds United’s Paul Robinson – also reportedly coveted by Manchester United – and Turkey World Cup star Rustu Recber, who is said to be considering an offer from Barcelona. Sunderland’s Danish international Thomas Sorensen is believed to be another possibility but his Highbury arrival could be on the basis of having to fight it out with Seaman for the senior jersey. Seaman, 40 in September but in outstanding form at the end of last season when he made 43 Arsenal appearances, has reportedly had offers from both Manchester City and Birmingham City for next season when he still hopes to retain his England international status by playing regular Premiership football. But Arsenal’s local rivals Tottenham today dismissed suggestions that they have joined the race to recruit him. Spurs director of football David Pleat insisted: “This report is totally without foundation… The Seaman-for-Spurs theory may have taken root through Tottenham manager Glenn Hoddle’s known admiration for the keeper whom he regularly selected during his days as England manager. But Seaman, who after 13 years at Highbury, would fully appreciate the difficulties likely to be encountered by a move to Tottenham, would also have to fight for his place at White Hart Lane where United States goalkeeper Kasey Keller, 33, was an ever-present in the side last season – keeping out Scotland’s Neil Sullivan – and has only recently signed a new two-year contract. Hoddle, currently abroad on holiday, also publicly sprang to Seaman’s defence when the Arsenal star was fiercely criticised for vital goals against England by Brazil, in the World Cup, and Macedonia, in a Euro 2004 qualifier. Seaman has been left out of the squad by Sven-Goran Eriksson for the next qualifier against Slovakia but still believes he can regain his England place after 75 caps. West Ham’s David James has taken over the national jersey but his club’s relegation from the Premiership will bring extra pressure on Eriksson to consider whether he can continue with a keeper who, unless transferred, will be playing only Nationwide League First Division football next season. Meanwhile, Spurs are still being linked with a bid for West Ham’s French striker Freddie Kanoute but would almost certainly be put off by a likely £5million asking price even though the player’s agent Willie McKay reckons that even financially cautious Tottenham could easily match the player’s West Ham salary.

Webster’s card fear
Edinburgh Evening News – May 28, 2003
South Melbourne’s Coveny was threatening to launch a dangerous counter-attack in the dying minutes of the game as the All Whites’ pressed for a shock winner when Webster stopped him in his tracks midway inside the Scots’ half. The Scotland ace, who had kept his place in Berti Vogts’ team after making his debut in the disappointing 2-0 defeat from Austria at Hampden last month, immediately held both hands up in apology as he trotted back into defence. But the mood Ingvarsson was in all night, it would not have come as any great surprise had he reached into his pocket once again having already booked Christian Dailly, Graham Alexander and Paul Devlin in addition to the visitors’ David Mulligan. Fortunately for the former Arbroath centre half, the official saw sense for a change and took no further action and Webster was able to finish the game. “In the first half especially, the referee was flashing the cards around, and for some of the guys it was their first tackles,” he said. “I was trying to watch myself, having already been booked in the second half but near the end of the game I blocked one of the New Zealand players’ runs. “The referee blew for a foul and the first thing that went through my head was he going to give me a second yellow… “The referee blew for a foul and the first thing that went through my head was he going to give me a second yellow. “Thankfully he didn’t send me off, which I was obviously pleased about. ” The home side had been hoping for a morale-boosting victory ahead of the Euro 2004 qualifier with Germany at Hampden Park on Saturday, June 7. However, once again the Tartan Army were left frustrated by their team’s failure to finish off the so-called underdog. Webster, though, insists there was enough to be taken from the game to look ahead with optimism. “I thought we performed reasonably well but it was disappointing to come away with just a draw,” he said. “But I do feel we can take a lot of positives from the game – we passed the ball well, created opportunities and I think a lot of the young boys did themselves justice last night.

Winning is all the sweeter for Ricksen after disappointments
Edinburgh Evening News – May 30, 2003
When you have bad times it is always hard but you learn more from the bad parts than the good parts. And if you learn from that and keep it in the back of your mind then only good things can come out of it. ” McLeish allowed the players to celebrate winning the title earlier in the week but Ricksen insisted there was no way they would not be fully focused on facing Dundee. He said: “This is what we have worked for in the past ten months. “We can win the Treble and that should be enough motivation for the whole team and the whole club. “Everybody knows what he has to do. In football you go on and you have to win another cup… Ricksen said: “We showed this season that we wanted it really really bad. Celtic are a really good team as well. ” Ricksen also has one more important date on his calendar for the season, a Euro 2004 qualifier for Holland against Belarus in Minsk on June 7.

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