Euro 2012 – Ukraine and Poland

November 23, 2003


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The News Review:

* McLeish demands resilience
* Sports | Columns | Luis Bueno | | Southern California News |…
* BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | Scotland | SFA chief backs…
* Coleman ‘not ready’ for Wales
* Carnage in Istanbul
* Darkest hour before the dawn for Scots
* 2004 French GP cancelled
* Philip on Saturday: King worth crowning
* Do the Gunners have depth?
* French GP cancelled
* Van Nistelrooy fires United to the top
* US goalkeepers go head to head in Premiership clash
* Five-star Celtic thump United
* Terfel: Modest about success
* Deisler having psychiatric treatment
* Coleman desperate to hold on to Volz
* Thompson return to boost Celtic
* In the spotlight: Bosko Balaban

McLeish demands resilience – Nov 21, 2003
The medical advice given was that he should rest for two weeks and then see a specialist,” said McLeish. “Quite a few of the lads were away on international duty but they have all come back intact – even though it was quite a painful week. We all know what happened to the full Scotland side and the under-21s, but there was also disappointment for Henning Berg and Norway, while Mikel Arteta also suffered with the Spanish under-21s. It’s hard, but the lads have to dust themselves down after these setbacks and get on with their jobs at Rangers, and I’m sure they will do that. “I fully expect Aberdeen to come here and fight for everything because they need all the points they can get.

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Press-Enterprise – Press-Enterprise (subscription) – Nov 21, 2003
Adu’s presence will command media attention, at first for his age but perhaps later for his skill. But MLS lags far behind European leagues in everything (talent, marketability, finances). Adu’s development might be slowed facing the good-but-not-great talents found in MLS. Playing in Europe on a daily basis would only seem to benefit Adu and, in turn, the national team. Many soccer players long for a shot at playing for a storied European side. Manchester United, Barcelona, Inter Milan, PSV Eindhoven and others draw the attention and the interest of countless thousands. But not Adu, at least right now… Meanwhile, Turkey squandered a 2-0 lead and tied Latvia, 2-2, in the teams’ second leg. Latvia took the first leg, 1-0, and advanced. Spain, Russia and Croatia wrapped up the other Euro 2004 spots. British bookmaker William Hill installed France as the 10-3 favorite, followed by Italy (11-2), host Portugal (6-1) and England, Holland and Spain (all 7-1). Brazil’s struggles Brazil completed a subpar set of matches last week in South American World Cup qualifying. First, the world champions drew 1-1 away to Peru. Then, Brazil needed an 87th-minute equalizer from Ronaldo to draw Uruguay, 3-3, in Brazil.

BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | Scotland | SFA chief backs…
BBC News – Nov 21, 2003
Taylor said that not even Saturday’s 1-0 win over the Dutch was enough to convince him that Scotland would win the Euro 2004 qualifier on aggregate. And he insisted that reaching the play-offs at all was a major success. “In black and white, they are a lot better than us,” Taylor told the Daily Record. “It’s as simple as that and I did fear that this might happen. “Maybe what happened in Amsterdam should not come as too much of a surprise.

Taipei Times – Nov 21, 2003
The match ended in a draw, qualifying Latvia for the finals. PHOTO: AP Latvia produced the shock of the Euro 2004 playoffs on Wednesday by ousting World Cup semifinalist Turkey. The Baltic team hit back from 2-0 down in Istanbul to gain a 2-2 tie and, together with its 1-0 victory from the home leg in Riga, advanced to its first major soccer championship. “It was a historic win,” said Latvia’s coach Alexandrs Starkovs. “I can’t answer you on how we will do in Portugal… Yartsev said the Welsh lost because they were “overly emotional. ”
It was a sad ending for the Welsh, who once led their qualifying group by five points, but faded badly and then failed to score over the two legs. Wales has now not qualified for a major championship since the 1958 World Cup. “Conceding the first goal, it hurt us,” Welsh manager Mark Hughes said. “They could sit back and frustrate us. We had to chase the game in the second half, it was very difficult to make inroads. ”
The fact that it was Evseev who scored the winner added more pain for the Welsh.

Coleman ‘not ready’ for Wales
BBC News – Nov 21, 2003
The Fulham boss and former Wales captain would be an obvious candidate to take over the national side if Hughes decides to quit in the wake of the Euro 2004 failure. “I hope he stays with Wales because we really need him now,” said Coleman. “He has turned the
country round. “In the four years he has been in the job Wales have evolved from being absolute rubbish when anyone could have beaten us and now we can beat anybody when we’ve got all the players fit and can put out a strong team. “I want him to stay with Wales but I won’t be at all surprised if a top Premiership club or even a club abroad come in for him because he’s made his mark.

Carnage in Istanbul
Pakistan Dawn – Nov 22, 2003
Like the blast in Riyadh on Nov 9 and the bombing of two Istanbul synagogues last week, this too has come in the month of Ramazan. With the holy month drawing to a close, one wonders in what way the terrorists have helped fellow Muslims celebrate Eid next week in happy and unruffled state of mind. From a cosmopolitan city that was happy co-hosting Euro-2004 football, Istanbul has turned into a city of mourners. The crime has been condemned worldwide. Denouncing the blasts in Istanbul, Pakistan has said the attacks reveal ?a sinister design and a consistent pattern,? because the terrorists were now targeting Muslim countries. This country has suffered no less on this account… Finally, these hapless men were herded onto an overcrowded cargo launch with only one lifeboat for a long journey back home. The treatment meted out by the Omanis, who are our fellow Muslims and regional allies, leaves one aghast. While Oman is not poor in financial resources, it seems that officials at certain levels can be rough and insensitive. Also, aside from issuing these men with emergency papers, the Pakistan embassy officials did little to alleviate their distress. Illegal immigration cannot be condoned, but needs to be seen in context. These people were forced by economic compulsions to leave their homes and hearths and pay good sums of money to the agents to facilitate their travel and entry, but the Omani authorities chose to treat them as common criminals. There are still over a thousand more Pakistanis suffering in similar circumstances in prison in Oman.

Darkest hour before the dawn for Scots – Nov 22, 2003
So perhaps, once more, a dark hour has come before the dawn. Just don’t ask me to bet on it yet. Although I still think there is a reawakening north of the border, a cautious optimism that can be repaired in time for the World Cup qualification process that begins in 10 months, it would have been ridiculous if Scotland had gone to Euro 2004 and Holland had not. The football-lovers of Europe and beyond deserve to see Rafael van der Vaart and Wesley Sneijder, two of the most exciting recent graduates of the Ajax academy, join Ruud van Nistelrooy in next summer’s tournament and, if that means a wait for Darren Fletcher and James McFadden, too bad. I do not, though, expect Holland to regain the title they won in 1988. At this stage I can see only two convincing candidates, France and England, and already have some money on Sven-Goran Eriksson’s team. Not because France’s majestic friendly performance in Germany was evidence that they are peaking too soon – after all, the French have been at the forefront of European football for most of the past five years – but because the holders have a tendency to cosy self-admiration that renders them vulnerable to the slightest disturbance, such as Senegal caused at the start of the World Cup.

2004 French GP cancelled
Calcutta Telegraph – Nov 23, 2003
Le Journal du Centre newspaper said the prestigious race, held on the Magny-Cours circuit since 1991, has too small a budget to meet the financial demands outlined by the Fia, the sport?s governing body. ?The financial situation does not match the financial guarantees required by (F1 boss) Bernie Ecclestone for 2004,? Michel Charmant, an official for the Nievre region which hosts the race, was quoted as saying. The race was scheduled for July 11, one of 18 races on the 2004 calendar. The report said that over the last two seasons attendance figures have dropped considerably, leading to financial difficulties. Around 105,000 fans were expected to attend on July 6 this year, but instead, only 88,000 turned up. Gazza warning for Rooney

Liverpool: Fallen star Paul Gascoigne warned teenage sensation Wayne Rooney on Friday not to put his career at risk by bidding an early farewell to hometown club Everton… The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the main problem was that the team was broke and could not afford the trip. Extension for Kuhn

Geneva: Koebi Kuhn has signed a two-year contract extension to remain as Switzerland?s national coach until the end of 2005, the Swiss Football Federation (SFV) said on Friday. The SFV opened negotiations with Kuhn following the 2-0 victory over Ireland on October 11 which booked the Swiss a place in the finals of Euro 2004 as Group 10 winners. ?We have shown it was right to opt for a Swiss
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Philip on Saturday: King worth crowning – Nov 21, 2003
But rather than hide her head in shame, she began commentating on television and launched tennis academies for under-privileged children. As Billie Jean King begins life as a senior citizen, let us hope she finally finds the adoration she craves and deserves. My commiserations to Wales and Scotland, who will not be joining England at Euro 2004 in Portugal. The Welsh deserved better than losing to Russia by a single goal. The abysmal Scots, alas, got exactly what they deserved in Holland – a right gubbin’ – to use the Glasgow vernacular. But what of the Tartan Army? Over 20,000 foot-soldiers travelled to Amsterdam, where there was not a single arrest, leading police spokeswoman Elly Florax to comment: “They are the best fans we have had in the city. Now we know how to cure the hooligan problem in Holland – just give them kilts.

Do the Gunners have depth?
Independent Online – Nov 22, 2003
Second-placed Chelsea, who have joined Arsenal and United as this season’s title favourites, are away to Southampton. Following are short previews of this weekend’s matches (league positions in brackets):


Birmingham (5) v Arsenal (1)

Arsenal have serious problems in midfield and defence with captain Patrick Vieira, Ray Parlour, Lauren and Martin Keown all suspended following the Old Trafford fracas against Man United in September. On top of that, manager Arsene Wenger says he will not field Gilberto only 24 hours after his return from World Cup qualifying duty with Brazil. Everton (18) v Wolves (19)

A rift between manager David Moyes and striker Duncan Ferguson had apparently still not been resolved on Thursday with the former Scotland international yet to appear for training since their bust-up on Monday. Wolves’ 36-year-old Scottish midfielder Alex Rae will make the 500th league appearance of his career if he plays… City’s Trevor Sinclair returns from injury but American midfielder Claudio Reyna is out with a hamstring problem. Southampton (9) v Chelsea (2)

The Saints, determined to resist any efforts by Leeds United to lure away manager Gordon Strachan, could have Marian Pahars back following a year out through injury. Pahars made a brief substitute’s appearance for Latvia in their shock Euro 2004 play-off elimination of Turkey on Wednesday. Marcel Desailly could return for Chelsea after playing 45 minutes in France’s 3-0 friendly win over Germany at the weekend. Doubts hang over Hernan Crespo and Juan Sebastian Veron who will have little recovery time after a long flight back from World Cup duty with Argentina. Sunday

Tottenham (13) v Villa (17)

Spurs may have lost their London derby against bitter rivals Arsenal in their previous match at Highbury but will be keen to build on a promising performance from which they deserved to take at least a point. Aston Villa will hope Juan Pablo Angel’s equaliser for Colombia in their World Cup qualifier against Argentina is the start of a new scoring vein after the striker went five games in domestic matches without a goal.

French GP cancelled
BBC News – Nov 22, 2003
The removal of the Magny-Cours race from its 11 July date has prompting suggestions that the British Grand Prix may be pushed back one week from 4 July, when it clashes with the finals of Euro 2004 and Wimbledon. French officials said on Saturday that they had signed a fresh five-year deal with Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone to restore the event to Magny-Cours from 2005. “We’re having a break in 2004, in agreement with Ecclestone, and we have signed a contract from 2005 to 2009, with the possibility of adding another five years,” said circuit boss Roland Hodel. “In 2004 everyone who loves motor sport has to launch into action to bring in all the partnerships which are necessary for us to have Formula One back again. ”

On Friday, Marcel Charmant, president of the Nievre regional authority, revealed that the French Grand Prix had been cancelled… “In 2004 everyone who loves motor sport has to launch into action to bring in all the partnerships which are necessary for us to have Formula One back again. ”

On Friday, Marcel Charmant, president of the Nievre regional authority, revealed that the French Grand Prix had been cancelled. “It is not possible to give Ecclestone the guarantees he requires for the finance of the race in 2004,” he said. Ecclestone was demanding unpaid fees of ?6. Ralf Schumacher won this year’s race at Magny-Cours, which has hosted the French Grand Prix since 1991.

Van Nistelrooy fires United to the top
Independent Online – Nov 22, 2003
Ruud van Nistelrooy, who scored a hat-trick in the Netherlands’ 6-0 midweek demolition of Scotland in a Euro 2004 playoff, gave United a 24th-minute lead and Brazilian midfielder Kleberson notched his first goal for the club minutes later. United’s lead, built on two assists by South African midfielder Quinton Fortune, was narrowed by Australian Brett Emerton in a swift 62nd minute counter-attack as Rovers showed a marked improvement in the second half. But United dug in for a win that gave them 31 points, one more than Arsenal, who were playing later at Birmingham City, and two clear of Chelsea, who were away to Southampton… But United dug in for a win that gave them 31 points, one more than Arsenal, who were playing later at Birmingham City, and two clear of Chelsea, who were away to Southampton. “We missed some good chances to make it 3-0, we lost a goal and after that we’re scrambling home. It’s disappointing. ”

Rovers boss Graeme Souness said: “In the first half we didn’t have enough people who believed we could come here and get a result and in the second half we did.

US goalkeepers go head to head in Premiership clash
Taipei Times – Nov 22, 2003
Defending champion Manchester United is in third place, two points behind Arsenal, and manager Alex Ferguson is determined to maintain the pressure on the Gunners. Two United stars were in goalscoring form in Wednesday’s international games while another suffered the heartbreak of failing to make it to the European Championship finals yet again. Ruud van Nistelrooy scored three times in the Dutch team’s 6-0 thrashing of Scotland in a Euro 2004 qualifying playoff, while Diego Forlan hit two as Uruguay pulled out a thrilling 3-3 tie with Brazil in a World Cup qualifier. But Ryan Giggs was a sad figure as Wales lost 1-0 at home to Russia and failed to qualify for the Euros in Portugal. Against Rovers today, Giggs will face two of his former Old Trafford teammates, striker Dwight Yorke and defender Henning Berg. Another, Andy Cole, misses the game through suspension. Yorke hasn’t scored in four games against the Reds since he moved from Old Trafford a year ago… With a seven-point gap between third-place United and fourth-place Charlton, the title race is dominated by the top three. Alan Curbishley’s Charlton goes to lowly Leicester and sixth-place Manchester City visits a Newcastle team whose revival was ended by a 5-0 loss at Chelsea. Fulham, holding a higher than expected seventh place, is not in action until Monday when Chris Coleman’s team hosts promoted Portsmouth. This story has been viewed 1210 times.

Five-star Celtic thump United
BBC News – Nov 22, 2003
Martin O’Neill’s side have now scored 24 goals in their last five league games, Jim McIntyre’s late consolation for United being the first the Glasgow outfit have conceded since 27 September. And they hardly had to move out of third gear before claiming their latest convincing victory. O’Neill had left out the four players who suffered midweek disappointment in the Euro 2004 qualifiers: Rab Douglas, Jackie McNamara, Shaun Maloney and John Hartson. Alan Thompson, Liam Miller and Johan Mjallby returned to the starting line-up. United’s Ian McCall stuck by the same 11 who drew 2-2 with Hibernian and will be left wondering if the story might have been different had an early refereeing decision gone their way. McCall’s side appeared to have taken the lead after two minutes, but what looked like a valid goal was chopped off by Kenny Clark. Barry Robson whipped in a cross that eventually fell to Billy Dodds at the back post… The scorer then turned provider, his cross deceiving Gallacher, who could only turn the ball on to the bar and Sutton was there to tap it over the line. Larsson added to the goalkeeper’s embarrassment by turning inside his marker and driving the ball home from 22 yards through Gallacher’s arms. United gave those home fans who had not yet left the ground something to cheer when McIntyre dispossessed Didier Agathe and his drive from the edge of the box took a deflection past Douglas. But Sutton completed his hat-trick after 82 minutes, when he was tripped by Archibald at the edge of the box before sending the ball past Gallacher from the penalty spot. Dundee Utd: Gallacher, Wilson, Archibald, Innes, McCracken, Robson (Samuel 45), Easton, McLaren, McInnes, Dodds, McIntyre. Subs Not Used: Jarvie, Griffin, James Paterson, Kerr.

Terfel: Modest about success
BBC News – Nov 21, 2003
But, I had nothing to fear when I called Bryn Terfel. He was on his way to Swansea to sign his new album – called simply Bryn – which has gone platinum this week, selling over 300,000 copies in less than a month since it’s release. He got news of its success just as he was about to go on the field at the Millennium Stadium to sing the National Anthem before the crucial Euro 2004 play-off between Wales and Russia on Wednesday. "

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For Bryn it was a privilege. And they don’t get much better for a Welshman to be offered the chance to perform the anthem in Cardiff. But putting the disappointment of the match aside (Wales lost 0-1), Bryn, a keen Man Utd fan, is now concentrating on the success of his album… “Very happy” that it is currently number six in the UK pop album chart, he says he is prouder that he’s also had his first number one in the Classic FM chart. “There has been a lot of thought behind the album which I’ve worked on for about 18 months,” he said. “But I never dreamt I would be in pop charts!”

But why has this album in particular, which is not his first, had such a success?

Bryn, who was brought up on a farm, says it is probably all down to the publicity of two television programmes broadcast over the past month. Quality

He appeared on Alan Yentob’s programme, Imagine, and also Songs of Praise. “With out any doubt the success of the album is down to these two programmes as well as the fact that people are shopping for Christmas presents. ”

Modest and charming as he is, he said that he will be slipping down the chart now rather than staying put or going up. “It is important that the CD is out, as I don’t record that much but what is more important to me is the quality of the album.

Deisler having psychiatric treatment – Nov 21, 2003
A superb technician with creative skills but a frail body,Deisler, who was hailed as the future of German soccer when heburst into the limelight as a teenager, has had knee surgeryfive times already. After hardly playing during his first season at Bayern lastterm, he had seemed to recapture his best form in recent weeksand won praise from coach Ottmar Hitzfeld. He made his comeback for Germany last September, winning his20th cap in a 0-0 draw with Iceland in a Euro 2004 qualifier inReykjavik. NEEDED HELPDeisler alerted his bosses last week, two days after abrilliant display in a 4-1 Bundesliga victory over BorussiaDortmund. ‘He called me to tell me he couldn’t carry on like this andneeded help,’ Bayern executive manager Uli Hoeness toldreporters on Friday. Hoeness and Hitzfeld sent Deisler to the Bayern doctor, whoadvised the player to consult Holsboer. Holsboer said having to fight against persistent injuriesand always being expected to shine had taken its toll… ‘This is naturally a bitter setback for all partiesinvolved,’ the coach added. Another Bundesliga player, Czech midfielder Jan Simak fromHanover 96, was placed on the sick list last September afterdoctors ruled he could not stand the pressure of theprofessional game. The 24-year-old, like Deisler a great talent, has not playedsince and is being treated for an exhaustion syndrome. Your views on this story?.

Coleman desperate to hold on to Volz – Nov 22, 2003
Following midfield star Sean Davis’s decision to withdraw his transferrequest, Coleman hopes to finalise new deals with several of his star players,including Lee Clark and Louis Saha. Steed Malbranque and Sylvain Legwinski have already signed new contracts andColeman has cash to spend from club owner Mohamed Al Fayed,And even though Dado Prso’s scoring exploits for Croatia may be pricing theMonaco striker out of a move to the west London club, Fulham’s young boss hasother targets as he aims to build on a bright start to the campaign which sawhis side in seventh place before this weekend’s matches. Prso, who equalled the Champions League scoring record by netting four timesin Monaco’s recent destruction of Deportivo Coruna, last week added two more tohelp Croatia overcome Slovenia and qualify for Euro 2004. ‘He’s probably not doing us any favours keeping scoring goals. He’s one wewere interested in during the summer and things change but he’s a good playerand we’ll have to see what happens in January,’ added Coleman. ‘I know everyone thought there would be an exodus but it’s gone the otherway. We’re keeping all our players.

Thompson return to boost Celtic – Nov 21, 2003

Thompson return to boost Celtic

Celtic go into two crucial games in the space of four days on Saturday boosted by news that English midfielder Alan Thompson is on the verge of a comeback from injury. Thompson has been more influential than ever this season but he has not figured in the Celtic team since last month’s 4-0 win over Aberdeen as a result of a calf strain. The injury was a particularly severe blow for the left-sided midfielder because it cost him the chance to be part of the England squad for Sunday’s friendly against Denmark and press his case for inclusion in Sven-Goran Eriksson’s Euro 2004 finals squad. But he is confident he can put his frustrating time behind him by helping Celtic extend their lead at the top of the Scottish Premier League with a win in their lunchtime clash with Dundee United at Tannadice. Provided he comes through that match, Thompson would then be in line for inclusion in Martin O’Neill’s side to face Bayern Munich in a crucial Champions League tie at Parkhead on Tuesday. “I don’t usually get strains and pulls but I’ve had two in the last six weeks so hopefully that is me done my share of sitting on the sidelines for the season,” Thompson said. Despite missing the win over Anderlecht in Celtic’s last Champions League match, when he was due to be watched by Eriksson’s assistant Tord Grip, Thompson has been assured he will get another chance with England.

In the spotlight: Bosko Balaban
ic – Nov 21, 2003
You must be excited about going to Portugal. Goran, HarbornBB: You bet I am, Goran. Playing for my country has really given me something to focus on during the last couple of seasons when things have got difficult… Where did it all go wrong? Frank, Chelmsley WoodBB: It has been very difficult time for me. I do not know what I’ve done to upset the manager. I can’t understand why he brought me here if he is not going to give me a chance. All I want is a chance to play football and score goals. This is why it is so upsetting for me. Have you tried to get back in the manager’s good books? Andy, StirchleyBB: It is very difficult. I have tried to talk to Mr Gregory but he must be avoiding me.

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