Euro 2012 – Ukraine and Poland

August 22, 2003

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The News Review:

* FA prepare to tighten bond with Eriksson
* Culture & Lifestyle | 20.08.2003 German Players Pessimistic ahead…
* ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2004 – Germans optimistic despite defeat
* Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
* Douglas delighted to keep Scots on even keel
* Keane injury may not be as serious as feared
* France, Argentina and Italy Score Wins
* Enraged Russian coach in revolutionary mood
* Keane suffers injury KO as Russian coach quits
* James saves English from a backlash
* North Jersey Media Group providing local news, sports & classified…
* Police spy on football ‘thugs’
* BBC NEWS | UK | England | Suffolk | Fans arrested before England match
* Wales suffer setback in Belgrade
* Magazine
* Hartson back to boost Wales
* BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | Wales | Racism blights U21…
* – Football Italia

FA prepare to tighten bond with Eriksson – Aug 22, 2003
Steve McClaren, the Middlesbrough manager and an esteemed former assistant of Eriksson’s with England, remains the favourite. Ever since Kevin Keegan suddenly resigned in the Wembley loos, the FA have been mindful about planning long-term with the England manager. This has led to Mark Palios, the FA’s chief executive, drafting a contingency plan should Eriksson quit to the proposal to offer him a new contract. All eventualities are being covered. Eriksson’s £3.

Culture & Lifestyle | 20.08.2003 German Players Pessimistic ahead…
Deutsche Welle – Aug 20, 2003
But instead of relishing the challenge of stretching the muscles against an old foe, some of Germany’s stars have been deriding their own chances of success in next year’s championships and aiming barbed words at their national colleagues. German Footballer of the Year Michael Ballack has put the boot in on Germany’s chances of winning a fourth European title in Portugal next summer by saying that he believes the three-time World Cup winners are just not good enough. “All the teams want to win but for some it is not a realistic goal. I don’t think we belong as the favorites,” the midfielder recently told German newspaper Die Welt. “Teams like France, the Netherlands, Spain and Italy are ahead of us,” the Bayern Munich playmaker added. Ballack, who shined in last year’s impressive, although ultimately unsuccessful, World Cup campaign in Japan and Korea, explained that the German national team found itself in a difficult phase where younger players who have been brought in by coach Rudi Völler needed to adapt. “That will take time.

ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2004 – Germans optimistic despite defeat – Aug 21, 2003
‘I’ve never seen a German sidewith so many chances against an Italian team. ‘Luck and (goalkeeper Gianluigi) Buffon won it for Italy. It’s a shame we can’t shake off the stigma of not beating bigopponents but Germany can look to the future with optimism. ‘Germany coach Rudi Voeller, who played for Roma between 1987and 1992, said he was pleased with the second half but warnedagainst irrational exuberance. ‘We must not let all the euphoria about our second-halfperformance mask the fact that Italy are a fantastic team. Youcan never fully shut down players like Alessandro Del Piero,Francesco Totti or Vieri,’ he said. Oliver Kahn, who caused controversy this week by suggestingthat many German players lacked commitment to the national side,said Germany paid for a failure to take their chances… ‘We need 300 chances and the ball is still not in the goal. That’s extremely bitter. ‘As well as losing pride to Italy, Germany also lost top spotin Euro 2004 qualifying Group Five on Wednesday as Iceland movedto 12 points after beating the Faroe Islands 2-1. Germany, in second place on 11 points having played a gameless, face a crucial match in Iceland on September 6 beforehosting Scotland four days later. Defeat in either wouldseriously damage their qualification hopes. Your views on this story?.

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Daily Times – Aug 20, 2003
Elsewhere, Germany face Italy in Stuttgart, European champions France meet Switzerland in Nyon, Scotland go to Norway while Manchester United?s new sensation Cristiano Ronaldo is set to make his Portugal debut against Kazakhstan in Chaves. Despite an exhausting Asian tour and then picking up a minor back strain at the weekend, Beckham said he was determined to feature in the match against Croatia especially after being suspended for the last two internationals against Slovakia and Serbia and Montenegro. Beckham is keen to play a major role in England?s Euro 2004 qualifying campaign which resumes next month against Group Seven opponents Macedonia and Liechtenstein. ?Everyone knows it?s been a busy couple of weeks for me but it?s important I get back playing for my country,? Beckham said. ?Whether it be a friendly or a qualifying game, it?s important for me to be here. ? In Stuttgart, old rivals Germany and Italy go head-to-head with German coach Rudi Voller forced to name a patched-up team. German Footballer of the Year Michael Ballack, Torsten Frings and Dietmar Hamann are all sidelined… German Footballer of the Year Michael Ballack, Torsten Frings and Dietmar Hamann are all sidelined. ?It is a shame that almost the entire midfield has been broken up,? declared Voller. ?But complaining does not do any good. I will find eleven players to put out. ? The encounter with old rivals Italy is a build-up match for the upcoming Euro 2004 qualifiers with Iceland on September 7 and Scotland three days later. Italy coach Giovanni Trapattoni sees the match against the World Cup finalists as crucial for the preparations for the European Championship qualifier with Group Nine leaders Wales on September 5. A capacity crowd of 49,000 is expected to witness a fixture which has plenty of history – Italy nine victories to Germany?s seven.

Douglas delighted to keep Scots on even keel
Edinburgh Evening News – Aug 21, 2003
The Scots started nervously and remained on the back foot for most of the game, and although Hearts duo Steven Pressley and Andy Webster were both excellent there was always plenty for Douglas to do. He said: “I am delighted with the clean sheet. I have not had many for Scotland. Norway are one of the best teams in Europe. ” Carew, the 6ft 7ins tall Valencia striker, was a constant threat and was fed by a succession of deliveries from John Arne Riise. The Liverpool man was responsible for taking the free-kicks and corners and also put the Scots defence under constant pressure with his immense throw-ins. Douglas mused: “They were like cannonballs coming in… Douglas was also satisfied with the level of cover he had received on a night when the midfield was badly over-run. He said: “The boys at the back were great. ” Pressley is suspended for the next game, September’s Euro 2004 qualifier with the Faroe Islands, which is quickly followed by a trip to Germany. Failure against the Faroes would damage the Scots’ campaign irreparably, especially as Iceland went top of the group last night by winning 2-1 in Torshavn. That put them three points ahead of Scotland and one ahead of Germany. Iceland still have to play the Germans twice, however. Pressley earned the man-of-the-match plaudits but expressed his disappointment at missing out on the Faroes game through suspension.

Keane injury may not be as serious as feared – Aug 20, 2003
Keane turned his right ankle during the first half of Ireland’s 2-1 victory over Australia and it was feared that he would be out of action for up to a month with a ligament injury. However Hughton, who also works with Keane at Tottenham, claimed: “We’re hopeful the injury isn’t as bad as we first thought it would be. It looks like ankle ligaments but Robbie is due in this afternoon and we won’t know for sure until our (Spurs) physio has had a look at it. We’ll know more later… It looks like ankle ligaments but Robbie is due in this afternoon and we won’t know for sure until our (Spurs) physio has had a look at it. We’ll know more later. ” Ireland manager Brian Kerr will be hoping that Keane is fit to face Russia in Ireland’s crucial Euro 2004 qualifying match with Russia on September 6 in Lansdowne Road. However, should Keane be unable to take part in that match, Clinton Morrison is hopeful that he will be fit enough to fill in for Keane up front. Morrison, who scored Ireland’s winner against the Socceroos last night, is still struggling for full fitness after recovering from a shoulder injury and he said: “I’m not fit – I was breathing hard in the last five minutes and I only played for half an hour. It was a long struggle with the shoulder injury but I’m pleased and hopefully things can carry on going as they are. “The Birmingham City striker also paid tribute to the Lansdowne Road faithful and said: “I love playing in front of the home fans as they’re brilliant and they give me a great reception.

France, Argentina and Italy Score Wins
Arab News – Aug 22, 2003
Reigning European champions France were outstanding as they demolished Switzerland 2-0 in Geneva, while Argentina started slowly but twice came from behind to beat Uruguay 3-2 in a superb match in Florence, a warm-up for the South American World Cup qualifiers which start next month. In another high profile friendly between two former world champions, Italy overcame an injury-hit Germany 1-0 in Stuttgart with Christian Vieri scoring the only goal after 17 minutes. More than 20 friendlies were played throughout Europe with Euro 2004 hopefuls England, Turkey, Greece and Slovenia among the winners. The friendlies were the last chance for coaches to fine-tune their teams before the European Championship qualifiers re-start with matches on Sept. England beat Croatia by a flattering 3-1 scoreline in Ipswich while Turkey, leading England in the chase for the one automatic spot from their qualifying group, looked impressive in their 2-0 win over a modest Moldova in Ankara. Greece, who ended last season as the surprise leaders over Spain in their qualifying section, scored a morale-boosting 2-1 win over Sweden in Norkopping… The Italian soccer federation (FIGC) voted on Wednesday to expand the league just days before the start of the season, hoping the move would end a relegation battle that has raged all summer in the courts. But 19 clubs of the Serie B’s original 20-team line-up said they would not accept the decision. “We do not intend to play our teams at any of our upcoming sporting commitments,” the club presidents said in a joint statement, adding that they were “indignant and dismayed”. The FIGC, facing political pressure to sort out the relegation mess, ruled that a quartet of teams slated to play in lower divisions — Catania, Genoa, Salernitana and Fiorentina — would instead join the more lucrative second division.

Enraged Russian coach in revolutionary mood
Irish Independent – Aug 21, 2003
” Gazzayev added that he would meet with the President of the Russian Football Federation, Vyacheslav Koloskov today to decide his future. Koloskov said that if Gazzayev offers his resignation he would accept it but added that he had ever sympathy for his beleaguered coach. “Even God himself as our coach would not have saved us tonight the way the players performed,” fumed Koloskov. “It’s a shame to lose to an Israeli side which has brought so many untested players. Half of their team was made up of newcomers but we still lost to them. ” The President revealed that he went into the Russian dressing room to meet the players without the manager present. “I told them straight to their faces that they have to be ashamed of themselves, but apparently they are not.

Keane suffers injury KO as Russian coach quits
Irish Independent – Aug 22, 2003
Tottenham Hotspur manager Glenn Hoddle announced yesterday that Keane will be out for at least two weeks with the ankle injury sustained against Australia on Tuesday night. “At the moment we can say that Robbie will definitely be out for two weeks,” said Hoddle who was yesterday charged with misconduct by the English FA following his outburst at the referee after Spurs’ defeat by Birmingham last Saturday. “He’s had scans and we’ll have more observations further down the line when the swelling has gone down. “I would say he’s out of our next three games (against Leeds, Liverpool and Fulham) and Ireland’s next two internationals (against Russia and Turkey)… “I would say he’s out of our next three games (against Leeds, Liverpool and Fulham) and Ireland’s next two internationals (against Russia and Turkey). “It’s an ankle ligament strain. We’re hoping it’s not going to be long-term but at this stage it’s at least two weeks,” added Hoddle, who hopes to have Keane back for Spurs’ Premiership visit to Chelsea on September 13. Brian Kerr faces an anxious wait between now and September 1 when Ireland’s squad is due to report to their Portmarnock base to begin preparing for Operation Russia. All of his players will be involved in up to three games over the next week. And, while Kerr will be hoping to see some, like Colin Healy and Gary Breen, get in some badly needed match-practice, he’ll be hoping that others, like Damien Duff, come through a demanding programme unscathed. One player who could emerge as a strong contender for Keane’s place is Clinton Morrison, who scored the winning goal against Australia and then played for Birmingham’s reserve team against Middlesbrough on Wednesday.

James saves English from a backlash
Edinburgh Evening News – Aug 21, 2003
He had a great game. ” With David Seaman having seemingly now been retired from international football, James has started the past seven England internationals, six of which have resulted in victories. Sven-Goran Eriksson would therefore appear to have no question-marks in his mind as he approaches the selection of his first-choice keeper for the Euro 2004 qualifiers against Liechtenstein and Macedonia next month. The England coach added: “They had some great chances in the first half and David James saved us with two or three very, very good saves. ” James had initially worried that West Ham’s relegation to the First Division could cost him a regular England place. However, he was reassured by Eriksson’s insistence that he would still be prepared to pick players from outside the Premiership in certain cases… He said: “Croatia are a decent side and they had opportunities to punish us. They kept us on our toes and stuff from this game will be used in the build-up to the qualifiers. “You would like to not have anything to do, and win 5-0 or 6-0, but international football is not like that. “They are quite into their season and it is effectively pre-season for a lot of our players, most of them have had only one competitive match. “So it was a good run-out for us ahead of the qualifiers.

North Jersey Media Group providing local news, sports & classified… – Aug 20, 2003

French stars Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, Robert Pires and Mikael Silvestre have impressed in the Premier League, but goalkeeper Fabien Barthez’s place is unsafe. Edged out at Manchester United by newcomer and former MetroStar Tim Howard, Barthez could be frozen out for France if he doesn’t perform in England. “If, before the Euro 2004 qualifiers, he is not in his club team, we will have to do some thinking,” France coach Jacques Santini said last week. ”
France has a 13-12 edge over Switzerland – with the Swiss winning their last meeting in 1992. Both teams are unbeaten in Euro qualifying. The Netherlands plays Belgium in Brussels.

Police spy on football ‘thugs’
BBC News – Aug 22, 2003
There will be a strong police presence on the day, to monitor crowd behaviour and intervene if necessary. Ban threat

There will also be a strengthened presence at ports and airports to spot troublemakers trying to reach Turkey for England’s vital final qualifying match in October. Tickets are not being made available to England fans because of a history of trouble between fans of the two sides. European governing body Uefa has threatened to ban the team from the competition if there is crowd trouble before June. Home Office figures released on Monday showed a 19% rise in football-related offences in the past season. In a period marred by violence at England’s Euro 2004 qualifier match with Turkey in April, 4,793 people were arrested compared with 4,035 the year before, the Home Office said. Nearly half of arrests at international games – 121 out of 267 – were made during the trouble at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland… European governing body Uefa has threatened to ban the team from the competition if there is crowd trouble before June. Home Office figures released on Monday showed a 19% rise in football-related offences in the past season. In a period marred by violence at England’s Euro 2004 qualifier match with Turkey in April, 4,793 people were arrested compared with 4,035 the year before, the Home Office said. Nearly half of arrests at international games – 121 out of 267 – were made during the trouble at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland.

BBC NEWS | UK | England | Suffolk | Fans arrested before England match
BBC News – Aug 20, 2003
Some were held in order to prevent a breach of the peace, a police spokesman said. Those arrested were all believed to be men, some of whom were taken to Stowmarket and Felixstowe police stations. A precise figure for the number of arrests would not be released until the end of the match, the spokesman added. About 600 officers were deployed in Ipswich in what was said to be the largest operation in Suffolk Police’s history… Superintendent Carl Puiy, who was in charge of policing the friendly, said: “On the day it’s zero tolerance – racial, criminal and anti-social behaviour. “We want the day remembered for the quality of the football and hopefully the result of the football and not for any other reason. ”

England faces the prospect of being banned from Euro 2004 if fans repeat the serious disorder that marred the 2-0 victory over Turkey earlier this year. Officers from Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, British Transport Police and 14 members of the Met’s mounted section were on duty in and around Portman Road. The Football Association’s director of marketing and communications, Paul Barber, has stressed the need for England’s fans to continue their recent “exemplary” behaviour as the new season of international football begins. He said the arrests at the England-Turkey match in Sunderland were caused by a “mindless minority”. Home Office figures on Monday showed that a “new generation” of hooligans contributed to a 19% increase in the number of football-related arrests in England and Wales last season.

Wales suffer setback in Belgrade
BBC News – Aug 20, 2003
Wales centre-back Robert Page was then forced into a crucial defensive header and the early pressure from Serbia & Montenegro continued as Dejan Stankovic’s fierce shot was deflected over the bar Mark Pembridge. From the resulting corner, Paul Jones pulled off an impressive reaction save from seven yards out as Mladenovic connected with the loose ball. But, despite the early scares, a disciplined Wales did not concede a goal and the visitors began to frustrate their opponents. And Wales, playing in Belgrade for the first time in 50 years, had their first sight on goal just before the half-hour mark. Giggs found time and space for a cross from the left wing, but the ball was just too high for the in-rushing Simon Davies who was unmarked at the far post. Seconds later, the home side were cursing their luck when Stankovic’s 30-yard drive sailed past Jones but rebounded off the post to safety. The home side continued to look threatening going forward, but Cardiff City’s Gabbidon showed composure beyond his five international caps to bring an air of stability to the Welsh defence.

Magazine – Aug 22, 2003
The newspaper reported: “A national team official did not allow a Gazeta Sporturilor woman photographer to travel with the squad on the plane to Donetsk. ” The official response? “No woman has travelled on the national team’s plane so far, and that is why we did not allow the photographer to come with us. ” Romania are unbeaten in their three away UEFA EURO 2004™ qualifiers, scoring eleven goals, but the superstitions do not end there. All players must step on to the pitch with their right foot first, and put some grass into their breast pocket. Their bus is not allowed to reverse when the team are on board, and whistling is strictly banned. Though that last one may just be a matter of taste. Or another dig at Wonder.

Hartson back to boost Wales
BBC News – Aug 21, 2003

He added: “They were both a big loss, although Danny Gabbidon and Robert Page were superb at the heart of defence and Nathan Blake ran and battled all night as John’s replacement. “I still believe we can get a result in Italy, we must all keep our nerve
now. “We are top of the group still with three games to go, a couple of years ago a Welsh squad would not have had the capacity to do that. ”

Burnley’s Gareth Taylor, who missed the trip to Belgrade and the 1-0 defeat by Serbia with an eye injury, will not be fit for the game in Italy. The Under-21 squad will be without the suspended Jamie Tolley, but Crewe’s David Vaughan and Notts County’s Michael Brough return after injury. Bournemouth’s Brian Stock, who stepped up from the stand-by list, is also retained. Wales squad to play Italy in Milan in Euro 2004 Group Nine qualifier on 6 September:

Coyne (Leicester), Crossley (Fulham), Jones (Southampton), Ward (Nottm For),
Barnard (Grimsby), Delaney (Villa), Gabbidon (Cardiff), Melville (Fulham), Page
(Sheff Utd), Symons (Palace), Trollope (Northampton), Weston (Cardiff), Davies
(Tottenham), Giggs (Man Utd), Johnson (West Brom), Koumas (West Brom), Oster
(Sunderland), Pembridge (Everton), Robinson (Portsmouth), Savage (Birmingham),
Speed (Newcastle), A Williams (Reading), Bellamy (Newcastle), Blake (Wolves),
Earnshaw (Cardiff), Hartson (Celtic), N Roberts (Wigan).

BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | Wales | Racism blights U21…
BBC News – Aug 20, 2003
But their agony in Novi Sad was extended as captain Jason Brown suffered racial abuse and, according to manager Jimmy Shoulder, two other players were physically assaulted during the game. Both James Collins of Cardiff and David Pipe of Coventry had to be
substituted after being the victim of elbow offences from home defenders who
went unpunished. The incidents involving Gillingham keeper Brown could end with a complaint from the Football Association of
Wales to Uefa… “I have
been to all the grounds where such things are supposed to happen, like Millwall,
and never been subjected to any abuse. “It’s sad in this day and age, and it disappoints me that it can happen. I
will have to consider whether I ask the FAW to complain on my behalf. ”

Shoulder was annoyed at the lack of protection given to his players by Georgian referee Levan Paniashvili. – Football Italia
Channel 4 News – Aug 20, 2003
Germany were pushing and thought they had earned a penalty for Legrottaglie’s challenge on Klose, but the striker was perhaps harshly booked for diving. Italy had few chances in the second half, but Tacchinardi forced Kahn into a fingertip save with one of his trademark long-range efforts and Delvecchio failed to make the most of Bernardo Corradi’s centre. The friendly performance boosted morale, but not as much as the news that Wales have lost their Euro 2004 qualifier in Serbia-Montenegro. This puts Italy just two points behind Mark Hughes’ men and with the same number of games played. The clash between the two at the San Siro on Sept 6 now becomes crucial, as the Serbs are back in the running for a play-off spot.

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