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December 5, 2003

Giggs, Cisse receive UEFA bans

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The News Review:

* BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | England face Wales and…
* Eriksson names Rooney
* Scots relish Italy test
* Giggs, Cisse receive UEFA bans
* BBC SPORT | The back pages
* GiveMeFootball.com – The Professional Footballers’ Association
* UEFA issue sanctions to Turkish FA
* SOCCER : Fresh talent is ready to bedazzle us
* Ireland’s French Lessons
* John Hartson
* Factfile: Wayne Rooney
* Chelsea’s triumph is poetic justice
* Struggling Kelly opts out of Republic games
* Brave Ferguson scoops second playing award
* Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
* – Ranieri’s team-sheet reflects his strategy of buying good characters…
* AND YET MORE BAD NEWS
* Cissé handed five-match ban
* Chesterfield name McFarland
* Caldwell’s sights are on Germany

BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | England face Wales and…
BBC News – Dec 5, 2003
But it’s absolutely not easy. “Wales did very well in qualification for Euro 2004, they could have won the group. It will not be easy at all. “I am sure Wales want to beat England at any cost but we want the same.

Eriksson names Rooney
Telegraph.co.uk – Dec 5, 2003
Our doctor is talking to Everton’s doctor. Hopefully he is fit. “The call-up of Rooney and the dropping of David Seaman were the main talking points as Eriksson began his preparations for the Euro 2004 qualifier against Slovakia on June 11. Eriksson omitted Seaman from his plans for the friendly, including Leicester’s Ian Walker instead, while Phil Neville, Matthew Upson and James Beattie also received call-ups. Seaman could be facing the end of his international career but Eriksson did not rule out a return, saying: “I talked to David a couple of days ago and told him for this time we stick to the goalkeepers we had against Liechtenstein and Turkey. David James has done very well and I do not know what is happening with David for next season. “If David goes on playing you never know… Eriksson omitted Seaman from his plans for the friendly, including Leicester’s Ian Walker instead, while Phil Neville, Matthew Upson and James Beattie also received call-ups. Seaman could be facing the end of his international career but Eriksson did not rule out a return, saying: “I talked to David a couple of days ago and told him for this time we stick to the goalkeepers we had against Liechtenstein and Turkey. David James has done very well and I do not know what is happening with David for next season. “If David goes on playing you never know. If he is playing and playing well, he might come back. “Eriksson was already without Gary Neville, Sol Campbell, Nicky Butt and Francis Jeffers due to injury, while a persistent knee problem has also ruled out Jonathan Woodgate. That enabled John Terry to keep his place, while earning Upson another call-up, although Wes Brown, who sustained an ankle problem yesterday, and Ledley King missed out.

Scots relish Italy test
BBC News – Dec 5, 2003
In this afternoon’s draw in Frankfurt, Berti Vogts’ team were drawn in Group Five alongside Italy, Slovenia – like Scotland also beaten in the Euro 2004 play-offs – Norway, Belarus and Moldova. The Italians are the hot favourites to win the section but Vogts remembers the game at the Millennium Stadium last year when Mark Hughes’ side beat them in a Euro 2004 qualifier. “It will not be easy. The big favourites in the group are Italy but the other nations, we can beat them,” he said. “We now have a lot of friendlies and I have a lot of confidence. “At Hampden we will have to beat every team.

Giggs, Cisse receive UEFA bans
SI.com – Dec 5, 2003
UEFA also banned Frenchman Djibril Cisse for five matches for deliberately kicking an opponent during a Nov. 18 European Under-21 Championship play-off against Portugal… Russian soccer authorities sought to have Giggs banned after the game, which ended in a 0-0 draw, a move which would have stopped him from playing in the Nov. 19 second leg in Cardiff. But UEFA said it could not sanction him immediately because its rules say players must have time to put their case in writing. Russia won the second leg match 1-0, a 22nd-minute goal from Evseev ending Welsh hopes of a berth at Euro 2004 in Portugal — the first time the country would have qualified for a major tournament since the 1958 World Cup. The UEFA ban applies only to Giggs’ games for Wales and does not stop him playing for his club, Manchester United. He has until midnight Monday to appeal against the ruling, UEFA said. However, Wales manager Mark Hughes said Welsh soccer authorities have yet to decide whether to contest the ban.

BBC SPORT | The back pages
BBC News – Dec 5, 2003
It is a battle Ferdinand will struggle to win, according to The Times, who say that even if the Manchester United defender receives, say, a three-month ban, Blatter is likely to press for a harder punishment. The Daily Mirror is the only tabloid to focus on Ferdinand’s situation, and they have gone to town, with chief football writer Martin Lipton labelling the FA a ‘bunch of dopes’ for the way they have handled the affair. The early editions missed news of Sir Alex Ferguson’s heart treatment – a big story in the later editions… The Sun did manage to catch news of Fergie’s heart scare, with Neil Custis ruminating on the various troubles the Scot has faced recently, and the impact on his stress levels. It also carries an exclusive Freddie Ljungberg interview, in which the Swede opens his heart about the impact on his stress levels of his, erm, underpant advertisement. Underpant commercials will not be on the agenda of Liverpool’s stars, according to the Daily Express, who Gerard Houllier has threatened to ‘let them rot’ in the reserves, following their Carling Cup defeat to Bolton. A very different ultimatum comes from Kevin Keegan, according to the Daily Star, who told Manchester City’s board they can sack him if they want. “If the club decide to do something about me after the run of bad results, that’s their choice,” Keegan says, become the first manager to pass a vote of no confidence, in himself. Away from the traditional diet of wall-to-wall football, Simon Barnes of The Times makes a pertinent point about the start of the 2004 European Golf season in Hong Kong. Pointing out, not unreasonably, that it is not yet 2004, and the last time we looked, Hong Kong was not even close to Europe, Barnes asserts that golf has “lost its grip on the cliff face of reality”.

GiveMeFootball.com – The Professional Footballers’ Association
GiveMeFootball.com – Dec 3, 2003
"Rio was treated badly, and we still think that now. Whether we would have gone through with the boycott, I don't really know. The thought of being chucked out of Euro 2004 was the main factor in pulling back. "Of course the whole thing was blown out of all proportion. It was on Sky news every two minutes. It was nice to see the press get in such a state about it. The papers got carried away with it, but we were just sticking up for one of our teammates.

UEFA issue sanctions to Turkish FA
CNN – Dec 5, 2003
Meanwhile, the trashing of a dressing room by the Portugal Under-21 side has led to UEFA handing out a 6,500 euro fine to the Portuguese football federation. The visiting players’ behaviour after the match against France in Clermont Ferrand on November 18 had been described as “wild” and unacceptable” by French coach Raymond Domenech. Domenech had said the Portugal players “were not in their normal state” and claimed syringes had been found in their dressing room. But those comments sparked an angry response from Portuguese football chiefs who demanded a formal apology from Domenech. Portugal won the Euro 2004 U21 play-off on a penalty shoot out… Domenech had said the Portugal players “were not in their normal state” and claimed syringes had been found in their dressing room. But those comments sparked an angry response from Portuguese football chiefs who demanded a formal apology from Domenech. Portugal won the Euro 2004 U21 play-off on a penalty shoot out. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

SOCCER : Fresh talent is ready to bedazzle us
International Herald Tribune – Dec 3, 2003
The ball connected to van der Vaart's ankle bone; the gentle loop of the deflection suggested that he slightly miscued the movement. He meant the shot, for sure, but whether he actually intended the trajectory so acute that it only just went inside the far, only van der Vaart truly knows. Possibly, not even him. There is a moment of creativity in the great players where instinct and intention are fused, and we should not ask a player to explain his art any more than we would wish to break down into mechanical movements the brushstrokes of painters. But what I could see here in Guimaraes was the response of people young and old to the van der Vaart stroke. An ancient man, caught in the act of eating and television gazing at the same time, missed his mouth with a fork full of fish. Those around him stopped and stared, waiting, as we do, for the replay and the slow motion.

Ireland’s French Lessons
CaleyThistleOnline.com – Dec 5, 2003
Although it will be a nigh on impossible task to shift the French, Ireland must concentrate on crunch matches against the Swiss and Israel. Cyprus will not be unfamiliar opponents for a number of the Irish squad, the team from the Mediterranean competed with Ireland on the road to the World Cup in 2002; Ireland emerged 4-0 victors in both ties. The Faroe Islands gave Scotland a great deal of trouble recently, holding them to a draw on their home tie, and scoring an equalising goal at Hampden Park, before eventually losing out. Israel, though technically not in Europe, will be a hard draw for the Republic. Whether the Israelis will play home games in Israel is unclear, given the unstable nature of the Middle East. Wherever the tie, expect Israel to push all the way.

John Hartson
BBC News – Dec 4, 2003
When he plays, Wales click. When he’s missing, Wales struggle. His performances in the Euro 2004 qualifying campaign were collectively head and shoulders above those of his colleagues as he excelled in the lone striker’s role. He never grumbled at this often thankless tasks of fending off two or three defenders at a time, and his passion and pride in wearing the Wales shirt always shone through. Despite missing two games with injury, Hartson was Wales’ top scorer with three goals in six games – taking his tally to 10 in 35 appearances. The back problem at the end of last season was also to deny Hartson a chance of playing in the Uefa Cup final with Celtic. He had played a vital part in the Glasgow’s side route to Seville, particularly in the quarter final win over Liverpool when he scored at Anfield and generally tormented their back four… A desperately poor end to the Euro 2004 group qualifying campaign sent Wales into the lottery of the two legged play-offs. Hartson and his team-mates were branded heroes after battling to a 0-0 draw in Russia in the first leg, and a desperate nation dared to hope the time had finally come to end 45 years of hurt. Ultimately, Wales could not reproduce the form that had taken them on a record breaking 10-match unbeaten run a few months earlier as Russia edged a 1-0 win in Cardiff. No-one epitomised the despair of the nation more than Hartson as he left the Millennium Stadium turf a broken man. But the burly striker has the fire to return for many another battle, and Wales will certainly be grateful for that. BBC Wales’ news output through Radio Wales, Radio Cymru, BBC One Wales and 2W will profile one of the contenders every week-day, starting on Friday, 28 November.

Factfile: Wayne Rooney
Telegraph.co.uk – Dec 5, 2003
14: Football Association confirms Rooney will not be called into the England Under-20 squad for a tournament in the United Arab Emirates, much to the relief of Everton. 17: Signs new deal to stay at Everton until the end of 2005-06 season… Sep6: At 17 years and 317 days becomes England’s youngest-ever goalscorer with equaliser in England’s match in Macedonia. October 24: Celebrates his 18th birthday2004May 17: Named in England squad for Euro 2004June5: Scores twice before half-time in England’s 6-1 rout of Iceland. 17: Puts in one of the performances of Euro 2004, scoring twice as England beat Switzerland. 21: Nets two goals in 4-2 defeat of Croatia as England qualify for the quarter-finals of Euro 2004. 24: Is substituted after 27 minutes of quarter-final against Portugal with what turns out to be a cracked metatarsal. July5: Named in UEFA’s All Star squad of Euro 2004. 6: Offered five-year deal by Everton.

Chelsea’s triumph is poetic justice
Telegraph.co.uk – Dec 5, 2003
On any given Saturday there are three or four Liverpool starters who fail to reach the level established by Manchester United and Arsenal. Gerard Houllier, their manager, is unlikely to tolerate such mediocrity for another 12 months. The Worthington Cup is not big enough for the under-achievers in his squad to hide behind. Liverpool lost to Crystal Palace in the FA equivalent and failed to advance beyond the opening group stage of the Champions League. Houllier admitted before the long drive back to Merseyside: “I knew before this game that we had to draw some conclusions about our season. “Still, Liverpool are immune to the hysteria which grips some under-performing clubs. They will regroup and come again… But Gerrard must know that this kind of angst breaks limbs and even ends careers. An honourable player by nature, he wouldn’t want that on his conscience. For two of England’s five best players – Owen and Gerrard – Euro 2004 is the closest they will to get next year to the continental high life. Houllier, though, is clinging to the knowledge that Liverpool were finishing well before defeats against Chelsea and Manchester City (last week) returned them to the frustration of November and that 12-game run without a League win. “You have to learn from the past and look to the future,” Houllier said. “That’s the way to success. I wouldn’t say it’s a disappointing season but we can improve, we can do better.

Struggling Kelly opts out of Republic games
Telegraph.co.uk – Dec 5, 2003
He is not among the 23 players named yesterday by Brian Kerr to attend a training session next week, in preparation for the games which are crucial to the Republic’s hopes of. The immediate effect will be to raise doubts about the international future of a player who made the first of his 52 appearances immediately before the 1994 World Cup Finals in the United States… The immediate effect will be to raise doubts about the international future of a player who made the first of his 52 appearances immediately before the 1994 World Cup Finals in the United States. He was said to be unavailable for Ireland assignments because of a recurrence of the shin splints problem which troubled him earlier in his career.

Brave Ferguson scoops second playing award
Telegraph.co.uk – Dec 5, 2003
Ferguson, who was also named player of the year by his fellow professionals two weeks ago, will be presented with the award at a dinner this Sunday night at the SFWA annual dinner in Glasgow, shortly after Rangers return from their penultimate Scottish Premier League fixture of the season, against Heart of Midlothian at Tynecastle – if he recovers from a flu bug which confined him to bed yesterday. Ferguson has not enjoyed robust health this season, having played throughout with a persistent pelvic injury which requires him to take pain killers before and after every game and which will necessitate an operation at the end of the season. Scotland manager Berti Vogts is also desperate to play him against Germany next month. By common consent, though, he has enjoyed his most productive season at Ibrox and is Rangers’ leading scorer, on 18 goals, alongside his midfield colleague, De Boer… However, I know what is wrong with me and I know it will be sorted now. “I know the timing is crucial, with a view to Scotland, but I have been told the rehab is six to eight weeks. If playing against Germany (in the Euro 2004 qualifier on June 7) means I have to miss the start of the season, I will have to think deeply about that. Rangers pay my wages and the Champions League qualifiers are at the end of July – I have to look at that, but we’ll have talks nearer the time. “In the meantime, Ferguson spent a miserable day suffering from another malady. “I have spent the day curled up in bed recovering,” he said. “The flu is in me and it has taken so much out of me – I’m staying away from Murray Park until Thursday ,but just now I’m delighted to win the award and edge out someone like Henrik after the season he has had at Celtic.

Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
Daily Times – Dec 5, 2003
The draw for the preliminary stages of the World Cup in the Frankfurt Festhalle comes hot on the heels of the draw for the finals of Euro 2004 and represents the first real chance for the German organisers to show that preparations are running like clockwork. ?Time has passed quickly, but we have worked just as quickly,? Franz Beckenbauer, the president of the organising committee, said this week. ?We still have to find two national sponsors out of the 21 planned, but there are absolutely no financial problems. ? Beckenbauer promised a spectacular, star-studded ceremony which will be televised in more than 100 countries and the 1990 World Cup-winning coach confidently predicted the draw would set the first of many television audience records in this World Cup. Six-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher, a fan of German club Cologne, will help draw the balls for the European nations alongside the world?s best referee Pierluigi Collina… South American nations began their World Cup qualifiers in September in a single league format. Only Germany, as host nation, are automatically qualified. Brazil, as reigning champions, have not been given direct entry to the finals following a rule change by world football?s governing body FIFA and are having to qualify. A total of 197 national associations plus New Caledonia entered the preliminary competition for the 2006 World Cup, but that number has been reduced already by playoffs in Asia and Africa. Thirty African nations will be split into five groups according to their seedings.

– Ranieri’s team-sheet reflects his strategy of buying good characters…
Calcutta Telegraph – Dec 3, 2003
Remove that fractious tie in Rome, where the players were repeatedly provoked by cave-men like Sinisa Mihajlovic, and Chelsea receive a yellow every other game. Running through Ranieri?s team-sheet, it is hard to find too many nasty streaks, reflecting the Italian?s strategy of buying good characters as well as good players. Johnson has been sent off twice this season – once for the England Under-21s which precludes his involvement in the first game of Euro 2004 – but such excess can be put down to the impetuosity of youth. Through the physical nature of their trade, centre-halves like Gallas and Terry are liable to picking up bookings. Gallas?s immaculate interceptions, using his pace to get him out of trouble, and sangfroid with opponents and officials alike means the French international has yet to be cautioned in 14 games this term. Terry, who tends to slide into tackles more and so risks catching a flying forward, has four yellows in 18 games ? nearly seven hours elapse between Terry?s bookings… Through the physical nature of their trade, centre-halves like Gallas and Terry are liable to picking up bookings. Gallas?s immaculate interceptions, using his pace to get him out of trouble, and sangfroid with opponents and officials alike means the French international has yet to be cautioned in 14 games this term. Terry, who tends to slide into tackles more and so risks catching a flying forward, has four yellows in 18 games ? nearly seven hours elapse between Terry?s bookings. At left-back, the cocky Wayne Bridge may be unpopular with the media but referees love him and he has yet to be booked in 18 appearances. Duff has still to have his name taken, Cole had not erred until Sunday while Lampard has been booked only twice in 21 games, impressive for such a tireless toiler in the boiler-room. Even Makelele, described by Lampard as Chelsea?s ?insurance policy? in front of the back-four, has only two bookings in 16 appearances.

AND YET MORE BAD NEWS
Redissue – Dec 4, 2003
I will have something interesting to say about it after the meeting. “I have noted the comments from Manchester United, describing my words as ‘incomprehensible’. All I can say is that their comments do not seem to me to be in the spirit of fair play. “?That was a clear threat by Blatter to demand a hardline punishment if Ferdinand is found guilty of missing the test. And although it is unlikely that FIFA would strip United of their points, Blatter can and will intervene. ?Any suspension imposed by the FA after the two-day hearing at Bolton later this month – a three-month ban remains the likeliest punishment – would have to be ratified by FIFA. And Blatter could step in and double the ban, ruling Ferdinand out of Euro 2004… And although it is unlikely that FIFA would strip United of their points, Blatter can and will intervene. ?Any suspension imposed by the FA after the two-day hearing at Bolton later this month – a three-month ban remains the likeliest punishment – would have to be ratified by FIFA. And Blatter could step in and double the ban, ruling Ferdinand out of Euro 2004. ?In the Guardian Fergie continues the fight with the FA:The Rio Ferdinand affair has caused irreparable damage to the relationship between England’s biggest club and the game’s ruling body and Ferguson’s latest outburst makes it clear he regards the new regime at Soho Square as the enemy. Having already accused the FA’s disciplinary department of “doing a deal” with Arsenal following the scenes at Old Trafford in September, Ferguson argued it was a “possibility” the authorities had found Ryan Giggs and Cristiano Ronaldo guilty of improper conduct simply, as it was put to him, to “even things out”. The manager went on to describe himself as “surprised and disappointed”, believing the two players should have been exonerated at Monday’s hearing, the outcome of which merely enforced his suspicions that convicting a United employee is, to some FA officials, the same as landing a prize fish. Ferguson let it be known earlier this season he suspected there were “ambitious people” at the FA who were intent on using United’s name to “make a name for themselves”.

Cissé handed five-match ban
uefa.comUEFA.com – Dec 5, 2003
Cissé did not leave pitchFrench forward Cissé was sent off for deliberately kicking an opponent. The player then did not leave the pitch immediately, protesting and insulting the referee as well as acting aggressively towards Portuguese players. At the end of the game, another French player, Gaël Givet, acted in a particularly aggressive and insulting way towards the referee and was therefore suspended for two matches. Bans apply at EURO 2004™As both players are no longer eligible to play for the U21 team, these suspensions will apply to France’s games at UEFA EURO 2004™ in Portugal next summer. Federation fineA fine of €6,400 was also imposed on the French Football Federation for the general improper conduct of its players as well as for delaying the kick-off of the first half of extra time. The Portuguese Football Federation was fined the same amount and ordered to pay for damages caused by its players in a dressing room at the end of the match… The player then did not leave the pitch immediately, protesting and insulting the referee as well as acting aggressively towards Portuguese players. At the end of the game, another French player, Gaël Givet, acted in a particularly aggressive and insulting way towards the referee and was therefore suspended for two matches. Bans apply at EURO 2004™As both players are no longer eligible to play for the U21 team, these suspensions will apply to France’s games at UEFA EURO 2004™ in Portugal next summer. Federation fineA fine of €6,400 was also imposed on the French Football Federation for the general improper conduct of its players as well as for delaying the kick-off of the first half of extra time. The Portuguese Football Federation was fined the same amount and ordered to pay for damages caused by its players in a dressing room at the end of the match. Fine also imposedThe decision related to events at Turkey’s U21 play-off match against Germany in Istanbul on 18 November.

Chesterfield name McFarland
Telegraph.co.uk – Dec 5, 2003
“I’m disappointed I didn’t get back in sooner, but football is going through a very difficult time and most clubs are feeling the pinch,” he said. Stoke City director Asgeir Sigurvinsson has been appointed Iceland’s caretaker coach. The former Bayern Munich player will take charge of the side for the Euro 2004 qualifier with the Faroe Islands on June 7. Bobby Zamora, Brighton’s much-coveted striker, will have talks this week with the club’s chairman Dick Knight this week aimed at sorting out his future. Tottenham and Leicester are leading the chase for the £2 million-rated England under-21 striker… The former Bayern Munich player will take charge of the side for the Euro 2004 qualifier with the Faroe Islands on June 7. Bobby Zamora, Brighton’s much-coveted striker, will have talks this week with the club’s chairman Dick Knight this week aimed at sorting out his future. Tottenham and Leicester are leading the chase for the £2 million-rated England under-21 striker. Harry Redknapp, manager of First Division champions Portsmouth has targeted Feyenoord striker Pierre van Hooijdonk and Manchester City midfielder Eyal Berkovic to lead his side’s quest for Premiership survival. Nottingham Forest have appealed against the.

Caldwell’s sights are on Germany
Telegraph.co.uk – Dec 5, 2003
“I don’t want the season to finish,” Caldwell said. “It’s been great for me in the spells that I have played. I want to continue playing football but I’m not sure whether my legs could stand up to it, physically. I don’t think I would bring silky skills to the Scottish team, that’s for sure, but I think I can bring a lot of other important things to the side. But the most significant thing I believe that I can bring is a victory over Germany.

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