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* ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Germany v Scotland Preview
* ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Germany v Scotland Report
* ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Wales v Finland Preview
* ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Northern Ireland v Armenia Report
* ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Serbia & Montenegro v Italy Report
* ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Wales v Finland Report
* ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Spain v Ukraine Report
* UEFA EURO 2008™
* ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – England v Liechtenstein Preview
* ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Czech Republic v Netherlands Preview
* ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Slovenia v France Preview
* ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Israel v Malta Report
* UEFA EURO 2008™
* ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Poland v Sweden Report
* ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Moldova v Belarus Report
* UEFA EURO 2008™
* ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Belgium v Croatia Report
* Hard to argue against the grounds for sharing
* uefa.com
* UEFA Cup – News & Features – News Specific

ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Germany v Scotland Preview
go.com – Sep 9, 2003
Adding to Voeller’s concerns will be the fact that his team, already hit by injury for the Iceland match, will be depleted even further for Wednesday’s match in Borussia Dortmund’s Westfalenstadion. Bayern Munich midfield duo Jens Jeremies and Sebastien Deisler will miss the game through injury. Jeremies sat out the game in Iceland and was not expected to recover, but the loss of injury-prone Deisler will force Voeller to once more shuffle his pack before a critical game. Still only 23, but with his progress blighted over the past two years by injury, Deisler – who once was tagged as Germany’s equivalent of David Beckham – has suffered a suspected muscle tear in his right hamstring which is set to keep him sidelined until October. Bayer Leverkusen’s midfielder Carsten Ramelow and striker Oliver Neuville have also been receiving treatment for tight muscles, but both ought to be fine for the sell-out match which will be played out in front of a 66,000 crowd. Better news for Voeller is that Bayern’s new full-back Tobias Rau, who joined the German champions from Wolfsburg this summer, is available for selection after suspension. Voeller is adamant that the 11 players in German shirts on Wednesday night will give 100% for the cause… “There has to be a reaction on Wednesday. I hope that the players have grasped their honour and nail their colours to the mast. ”Whatever the result in Dortmund, the group will not be decided until the final round of games in October, when Germany play host to Iceland and Scotland play Lithuania, however the eventual winner, should there be one, will move straight to the front of the queue for tickets to Portugal. Scotland boss Vogts has confirmed that Don Hutchison will play no part in the game. The West Ham player, who can play either in midfield or attack, has been ruled out by the leg injury which forced him to miss Saturday’s win over the Faroe Islands, and he joins the suspended Stevie Crawford on the sidelines. With Wolves striker Kenny Miller also missing because of injury, it means Vogts’ strike options have been cut down on the eve of such an important match. But he insisted it also represented a golden opportunity for other players to make a mark on the big stage, with Rangers striker Steven Thompson now in with a very real chance of starting.

ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Germany v Scotland Report
go.com – Sep 11, 2003
He told The Press Association: “It is true they have some problems. But I think we still have a good team and I’m convinced we will finish first in the group. “But we are still not the big team we were at the end of the 1980s and the beginning of the 1990s. “In 1996 and 1998 we had some very good, experienced players who played in top team. “Now we have good players who can perform under pressure but apart from Michael Ballack and Oliver Kahn they are not top players. Before there were six, seven or eight”Bierhoff had correctly predicted the game against Scotland would have three goals in it but had not expected Vogts’ team to have scored one of them. And Bierhoff has been impressed with the way Vogts has taken Scotland to the verge of a Euro 2004 play-off… ”But Voller insists his side must improve on the display against Scotland if they are to progress to the finals in Portugal next summer without the aid of a November play-off. He said: “We tried from the beginning to play forwards and were aggressive in the challenge. “In phases, we played admirable combination football, but not over 90 minutes. There was still a little bit missing. There were too many silly errors.

ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Wales v Finland Preview
go.com – Sep 9, 2003
‘Everyone knows what’s expected of them,’ Hughes said onTuesday. ‘We’ve lost key players in key positions and that doeshave an impact but we know we have to perform. ‘Wales have not qualified for the finals of a majortournament since the 1958 World Cup. But their hopes of reachingPortugal suffered a blow at the San Siro on Saturday, dropping to second spot in the group. Their misery was compounded further when bookings for CraigBellamy, Robbie Savage and Mark Delaney meant they would besuspended for the Finland game. But Hughes, who has overseen a revival in Welsh fortunessince taking over as coach, refuses to be downbeat. ‘Italy are a world class side,’ said Hughes… Captain Gary Speed will win his 76th cap to become Wales’most capped outfield player when he takes Savage’s place inmidfield, Darren Barnard switching to the vacant left back spot. But Speed is keeping celebrations on hold ‘I’m fed up ateverybody going on about my caps,’ he said. ‘It’s about theWelsh team not about how many caps I’ve got. ‘I don’t want to be disrespectful but all that matters to meis three points. ‘Cardiff City striker Robert Earnshaw will come in forBellamy while Fulham’s fit-again Andrew Melville looks likely toreplace Delaney at the back. Both goalkeepers in Wednesday’s game will be on familiarterritory. Wales’s Paul Jones and Finland’s Antti Niemi both play forEnglish club Southampton and Jones came on as a substitute forNiemi during their 1-0 FA Cup final defeat by Arsenal at theMillennium Stadium in May.

ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Northern Ireland v Armenia Report
go.com – Sep 10, 2003
They almost made the breakthrough after 16 minutes when Yeghishe Melikyan senta header past his goalkeeper but Healy could not get a vital touch. While Gillespie was off the field and struggling, Armenia took the lead after27 minutes. Northern Ireland manager McIlroy was punished for not making a substitution asMelikyan broke down the left. He delivered a ball into the box and sub Arman Karamyan struck home past MaikTaylor. Gillespie and Tommy Doherty, who also picked up a knock, came off on the halfhour. They were replaced by Steve Jones and Phil Mulryne. Northern Ireland were stung by that goal and Jones almost equalised withBerezovski reacting superbly to turn his shot onto the bar… Northern Ireland suffered another blow when Johnson collected his secondyellow card of the campaign, ruling him out of the final qualifier againstGreece next month. In a last throw of the dice McIlroy brought on Paul McVeigh for thehard-working Healy in the 78th minute. However, despite all their hard work Northern Ireland could not make thebreakthrough and have now gone 12 matches without a win and 1152 minutes withoutscoring. • McIlroy at a lossCoach Sammy McIlroy, who has watched his team fail to scorefor 1,152 minutes, remained defiant, but admitted the longbarren run is getting to the players. ‘I would love to know what more we have to do to score agoal,’ he said. ‘I don’t know how we didn’t win the game, I am devastated. The heads haven’t dropped but the longer this run goes on themore it is getting to the players and they are starting tosnatch at things.

ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Serbia & Montenegro v Italy Report
go.com – Sep 11, 2003
Sasa Ilic notched an equaliser and the home team had chances to win the match, but the Italians held on. Trapattoni, for all his many achievements and titles won at club level, cannot abide the thought of being the man who failed to qualify Italy for a major championships. He is determined that Italy will be title contenders next year in Portugal, but all too aware that they are not there yet. Goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon was Italy’s top performer in Belgrade, and 64-year-old Trapattoni was delighted by the Juventus player’s display. “A draw is a good result considering the whole match, but we have to thank Buffon who has saved us on several occasions from a defeat,” said Trapattoni. News seeped through during the match of how Wales were getting on against Finland in Cardiff. Had the Welsh won, they would have reclaimed first place, but a 1-1 draw was all they could manage.

ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Wales v Finland Report
go.com – Sep 10, 2003
Hughes’ side must win in Cardiff to have any chance of reaching the Portugalfinals next summer without going through the lottery of the play-offs. Hughes added: ‘We have survived a difficult competition, it has never beeneasy and considering where we were when the tournament started, this is anachievement no other Welsh side has managed for many, many years. ‘Wales have not reached a major finals since 1958 and now we have a realchance of achieving that aim. ‘When you look at the two games that are now left for us and Italy, you mustfeel that automatic qualification is now beyond us, but we will still be goingfor it against Serbia. ‘Wales were in the 100s in the FIFA rankings when Hughes took over four yearsago. Hughes added: ‘The game was very difficult after Jason was sent off, but Icannot fault anyone.

ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Spain v Ukraine Report
go.com – Oct 2, 2003
The Spaniards travel to Armenia, where the home team have given a good account of themselves so far in qualifying – drawing against the Ukraine, beating Northern Ireland and losing by a slender 1-0 margin against Greece. And as he named the players who will make the trip, Saez insisted on Monday that he would not be taking the Armenians lightly, and nor would his players be allowed to. Should Saturday week not yield the results which Spain want, their fate would be decided by a play-off against runners-up from another group. “We’ve seen Armenia improve a lot recently because they try to play football,” said Saez. Recalling Spain’s 3-0 home win against Armenia in April, in which the scoreline remained goalless until Diego Tristan broke the deadlock after 64 minutes, Saez added: “They are difficult with some skilful quick players. Maybe they lack experience, but it won’t be easy. “Imagine if Northern Ireland draw and we don’t win.

UEFA EURO 2008™
uefa.comUEFA.com – Oct 5, 2003
Sixteen nations, double the number of previous tournaments, were divided into four groups of four, with the top two going into the quarter-finals, introduced for the first time. New rulesThere were other innovations. The position of teams level on points would be decided not by goal difference but the result of the match between the two. And the knockout stages would see the introduction of the golden goal for the first time in any senior international competition. English hopeEngland were hoping to overturn a dismal record in the European Championship by winning it at home. Manager Terry Venables had brought in some young talent – Darren Anderton, Steve McManaman, Jamie Redknapp and the Neville brothers, Phil and Gary – but the team was still dependent on Paul Gascoigne for its midfield impetus, and the goals had dried up for Alan Shearer. Home advantageHowever, home advantage had proved decisive for England in the 1966 FIFA World Cup, and optimists could see that the opposition was far from insurmountable… Manager Terry Venables had brought in some young talent – Darren Anderton, Steve McManaman, Jamie Redknapp and the Neville brothers, Phil and Gary – but the team was still dependent on Paul Gascoigne for its midfield impetus, and the goals had dried up for Alan Shearer. Home advantageHowever, home advantage had proved decisive for England in the 1966 FIFA World Cup, and optimists could see that the opposition was far from insurmountable. Bulgaria, Portugal, the talented Croatians and Switzerland were not giants and Germany were less imposing than usual. Spain and Italy represented unknown quantities, while Russia and the Czech Republic did not arrive with huge reputations. France, meanwhile, had left Eric Cantona out of their squad even though he had just scored the winning goal in the FA Cup final to complete the double for Manchester United FC. Dangerous opponentsOne potential threat lay in England’s group. In a play-off to decide the last place in the finals, the Netherlands had beaten the Republic of Ireland 2-0 at Anfield, playing a brand of cool short-passing football that bore comparison with anything in the Johan Cruyff or Ruud Gullit eras.

ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – England v Liechtenstein Preview
go.com – Sep 9, 2003
9, 2003, 1:47 PM UKEnglish eyes on Turkey
MANCHESTER, England, Sept 9 (Reuters) – England have more to fear from the match referee than their Liechtenstein opponents in Wednesday’s Euro 2004 qualifier at Old Trafford. England will not tremble at the prospect of facing part-timers and professionals from a tiny Alpine principality with only one point and two goals to show for their six games todate. But they have every reason to fear a yellow card for captainDavid Beckham or fellow midfielder Steven Gerrard that wouldrule them out of next month’s decisive qualifier in Turkey. Both midfielders are vital to the England cause and theabsence of either would be a major blow for their team’s biggestgame since the 2002 World Cup quarter-final with Brazil. Given the stakes, coach Sven-Goran Eriksson will be temptedto rest one or the other on Wednesday, or at least call themback to the safety of the subs bench once victory is assured. Two points behind the Turks, England’s aim is to endWednesday night as Group Seven leaders, thereby requiring only adraw in Istanbul on October 11 to qualify… Butt’s role as the defensive midfielder could go to Gerrard,who missed the Macedonia trip with an ankle injury, or United’sPhil Neville if Eriksson shied from risking his combativeLiverpool player. At the back, Sol Campbell is also a yellow card away fromsuspension but should keep his starting place alongside JohnTerry. Coach Walter Hormann is not planning to re-shuffle aLiechtenstein side who lost 3-0 to Turkey on Saturday in hisfirst competitive game in charge. ‘I was very satisfied with my players that we conceded onlythree goals against such a good team as Turkey. I don’t thinkthere will be any changes after that,’ he said. Probable teams:England: David James; Gary Neville, John Terry, SolCampbell, Ashley Cole; David Beckham, Steven Gerrard, OwenHargreaves, Frank Lampard; Wayne Rooney, Michael OwenLiechtenstein: Peter Jehle; Martin Telser, Michael Stocklasa, DanielHasler, Christof Ritter; Martin Stocklasa, Franz Burgmeier,Andreas Gerster, Fabio D’Elia; Mario Frick, Thomas Beck. Referee: Knud Erik Fisker (Denmark).

ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Czech Republic v Netherlands Preview
go.com – Sep 9, 2003
Udinese wingback Marek Jankulovski is suspended and islikely to be replaced by another Serie A defender, MartinJiranek of Reggiana. DAVIDS DOUBTFULJuventus midfielder Edgar Davids is the only doubt for theDutch with Advocaat welcoming back Roy Makaay, recovered from aknee injury, and Ruud van Nistelrooy, who was suspended onSaturday. Davids is bothered by a groin injury, but that might not bea prime concern initially for Advocaat who is likely to startwith Philip Cocu and Mark van Bommel in midfield. Davids has notimpressed in his last two matches on the left flank. The Dutch played with a four-man attack against theAustrians in the second half on Saturday with Rafael van derVaart as an attacking midfielder. Afterwards Advocaat concludedthat it would be suicidal if he started that way against theCzechs and he is likely to rely on counter-attacks to win thegame. Probable teams:Czech Republic: Petr Cech; Martin Jiranek, Rene Bolf, TomasUjfalusi, Zdenek Grygera; Karel Poborsky, Tomas Rosicky, TomasGalasek, Pavel Nedved; Vladimir Smicer, Jan KollerNetherlands: Edwin van der Sar; Michael Reiziger, Frank deBoer, Jaap Stam, Boudewijn Zenden; Rafael van der Vaart, Markvan Bommel, Philip Cocu, Marc Overmars; Patrick Kluivert, Ruudvan Nistelrooy… DAVIDS DOUBTFULJuventus midfielder Edgar Davids is the only doubt for theDutch with Advocaat welcoming back Roy Makaay, recovered from aknee injury, and Ruud van Nistelrooy, who was suspended onSaturday. Davids is bothered by a groin injury, but that might not bea prime concern initially for Advocaat who is likely to startwith Philip Cocu and Mark van Bommel in midfield. Davids has notimpressed in his last two matches on the left flank. The Dutch played with a four-man attack against theAustrians in the second half on Saturday with Rafael van derVaart as an attacking midfielder. Afterwards Advocaat concludedthat it would be suicidal if he started that way against theCzechs and he is likely to rely on counter-attacks to win thegame. Probable teams:Czech Republic: Petr Cech; Martin Jiranek, Rene Bolf, TomasUjfalusi, Zdenek Grygera; Karel Poborsky, Tomas Rosicky, TomasGalasek, Pavel Nedved; Vladimir Smicer, Jan KollerNetherlands: Edwin van der Sar; Michael Reiziger, Frank deBoer, Jaap Stam, Boudewijn Zenden; Rafael van der Vaart, Markvan Bommel, Philip Cocu, Marc Overmars; Patrick Kluivert, Ruudvan Nistelrooy. Referee: Lucilio Cardoso Cortez Batista (Portugal).

ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Slovenia v France Preview
go.com – Sep 9, 2003
A point will secure France’s place in the finals while asingle point will also guarantee Slovenia a place in theplay-offs. A Slovenian win, although unlikely, would also keepthem in with a mathematical chance of even winning the group. But France, the only side in the qualifying competition witha 100 per cent record following six straight wins, will not belooking to do Slovenia any favours. ‘It is true we only need a draw to qualify but we go thereto win,’ said midfielder Patrick Vieira. Striker David Trezeguet, who scored twice in France’s 5-0win against Cyprus to lift his international tally to 24 goalson Saturday, echoed the Arsenal player’s point of view: ‘Wedon’t have the appropriate team to play for a draw and we’re notused to doing that. ”It will be a tactical game but if they leave us space,we’ll hurt them again,’ added the Juventus player. ‘If we start like Saturday, there will be nothing to do (forSlovenia),’ warned captain Marcel Desailly.

ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Israel v Malta Report
go.com – Sep 10, 2003
‘Malta’s German coach Sigi Held was understandably delightedwith his team’s point. ‘This draw and the point has saved myjob,’ he said. ‘The Israelis did not surprise us with anything. We knowthat they are good players, but they had nothing in reserveagainst us. ‘France will win the group if they avoid defeat away tosecond placed Slovenia later on Wednesday.

UEFA EURO 2008™
uefa.comUEFA.com – Oct 5, 2003
That was provided in spades by fans of traditionally well-supported countries with little of the hooligan violence that had accompanied some of these teams in the past. It was probably the most vibrant and cosmopolitan finals tournament yet. Striking powerOn the footballing front, France arrived with a perfect record in qualifying, winning all eight matches, including four against countries as strong as Spain and the former Czechoslovakia. Twelve of their 20 goals were scored by strikers Jean-Pierre Papin and Eric Cantona.

ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Poland v Sweden Report
go.com – Sep 10, 2003
We always approach each game to get the best results, nowwe want to finish Euro 2004 qualifiers with no losses. ‘Hapless Poland were reduced to 10 men for the last half hourafter captain Tomasz Hajto was sent off after his second yellowcard for rough play. ‘Sweden are definitely not within our reach – they playmature, quick football and we run back and forth. Still, Ibelieve we have a chance in Hungary,’ Liverpool’s Dudek said. Poland must now win in Hungary on October 11 and hope Swedentop Latvia to advance to the playoffs.

ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Moldova v Belarus Report
go.com – Sep 10, 2003
Belarus brought on Roman Vasilyuk and Vitaly Volodenkov inthe second half to try to find something new in attack, butMoldova made it 2-0 in the 88th minute when Serghei Covalcuicexploited a defensive mistake to fire past Belarus goalkeeperGennady Tumilovich. Belarus attacked straight from the kick-off and were awardeda penalty with a minute left. Substitute Vasilyuk made no mistake from the spot but it wasnot enough to stop Moldova taking the three points to give thema total of six and leave Belarus stranded at the bottom on three. The Czech Republic and the Netherlands were battling forgroup supremacy in Prague on Wednesday night.

UEFA EURO 2008™
uefa.comUEFA.com – Oct 3, 2003
However, the Welsh conceded a goal in the first minute of their quarter-final first leg in Zagreb and then missed a penalty and had a player sent off on home soil as Yugoslavia won through. Czechoslovakian surpriseFellow underdogs Czechoslovakia were to have a happier time of it, however, despite losing their first qualifying game 3-0 against Don Revie’s England at Wembley. However, battling displays in later games had seen their spirits return, and even the prospect of facing the Soviet Union in the quarter-finals did not daunt them. Amazing resultReaching the quarter-finals at England’s expense had been a big surprise, but beating the Soviet Union was a massive shock. Based around the brilliant FC Dynamo Kyiv squad who had won the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and provided the European Footballer of the Year in the flying Oleh Blokhin, the Soviet Union were strongly fancied, but a 2-0 win at home and a 2-2 draw away sent Czechoslovakia through. World Cup finalistsEven after beating two of the favourites, though, they were still regarded as the least likely winners among the semi-finalists. Yugoslavia were at home, yet the two finalists from the previous FIFA World Cup – the Federal Republic of Germany and the Netherlands – were expected to meet again.

ESPNsoccernet – Euro 2008 – Belgium v Croatia Report
go.com – Sep 10, 2003
Croatia coach Otto Baric was angered by English refereeGraham Poll, who disallowed a header by Ivica Olic and sent offJosip Simunic. ‘I don’t know why the man in black was against us, but I canguarantee you that we will win our last game against Bulgaria,’he said. ‘Tonight, we did not deserve to lose’. Wesley Sonck, who scored both Belgian goals, added: ‘Weproved to be very good in a real battle tonight. We expected theCroatians to be very hard and they were. ‘It is great for the future of this Belgian team to have wontonight. We started these qualifiers badly but we are gettingbetter.

Hard to argue against the grounds for sharing
Telegraph.co.uk – Sep 27, 2003
Yet the arguments – about community involvement as well as economy of scale – are not entirely dissimilar. There is so much to be gained from sharing – and scant justification for Liverpool’s lukewarm official reaction to advances by the city council and Northwest Development Agency, who have indicated public money might be available to help. If ever two clubs are made to share, they were Liverpool and Everton, and in my view the distressing decline of a tradition of friendly rivalry – red scarves flying from one side of a car on derby day, blue from the other – serves only to make such a project more urgent. It should certainly be treated as urgent by Everton.

uefa.com
uefa.comUEFA.com – Sep 9, 2003
The LFF said: “The tournament participants have proved that football is the principle on the pitch, and becomes the nationality of everybody. Mutual comprehension”The week has contributed considerably to developing mutual comprehension, and strengthening ties of friendship not only between players of various nationalities, but also between the countries. Youngsters from different countries not only competed for victory, but also became good friends. ”
Problem must be discussedAlthough racism and intolerance towards other peoples is not a frequent occurrence in Lithuania, the LFF said that the problem must be discussed, because to ignore the issue could have an adverse effect. Opposition to discrimination”The aim of the tournament against racism was to highlight opposition to discrimination of any kind, xenophobia and racial abuse among football players, fans and people in the stadium,” the association added.

UEFA Cup – News & Features – News Specific
uefa.comUEFA.com – Oct 3, 2003
Muller commentThe French Under-21 international broke his little finger in training this week and according to coach Joël Muller his recovery will take “three weeks to a month, at least”. He should therefore feature in the UEFA Cup first round second-leg tie against FK Cementarnica 55 on 15 October, with Finnish youngster Niki Maenpaä on the bench. Lens lead 1-0 from the away leg in F.

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