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FIFA World Cup – News & Features

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The News Review:

* FIFA World Cup – News & Features
* England to take on Japan
* Fleshcreep transformed into Pied Piper
* FIFA World Cup – News & Features
* UEFA Champions League – News & Features – News specific
* ESPNsoccernet – England – Game of the Week
* Woodgate oozes class in front of England coach
* Goalkeeper Lehmann finds paradise at Arsenal
* ESPNsoccernet – England – Cech ‘to join Chelsea’
* BBC NEWS | UK | England | Tees | Unit tackles soccer hooligans
* FIFA World Cup – News & Features
* The year of drugs
* Youth can replace Larsson – Petrov
* Lawrie can tilt odds in our favour
* Armenia backs UEFA campaign
* FIFA World Cup – News & Features
* UEFA Cup – News & Features – News Specific

FIFA World Cup – News & Features
uefa.comUEFA.com – Jan 20, 2004
International pedigreeWith 752 appearances for FK Partizan and 28 caps for Yugoslavia behind him, the 53-year-old trainer has helped the island nation pursue a policy of youth development and, as his side prepare for the 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, Vukotic is feeling optimistic. ‘Catching up’”This country is slowly catching up with the more developed European nations,” he told uefa. “Twenty years ago the Cypriot league relied heavily on foreign players, but now they have developed club football schools and have plenty of young talent coming through… “I left because of the unrealistic expectations of the public, especially the media,” he explained. “They could not bear defeat. ”
No other way”The Cyprus Football Association on the other hand unanimously decided to re-elect me,” he added. “After I got the full support of the officials, I returned. I will continue to execute my plan of long-term development, and the wise will realise that there is no other way. He is contracted to Cyprus until the end of the World Cup qualifying tournament, and believes there are exciting times ahead.

England to take on Japan
BBC News – Jan 21, 2004
The JFA says England have agreed to the match, to be played at the City of Manchester Stadium, as a warm-up for the European Championship in Portugal. Although the FA would not confirm the fixture, it did say England are seeking to play a tri-nation tournament before leaving for Euro 2004. In 1995, England beat Japan 2-1 at Wembley in the countries’ only meeting. An FA spokesman said: “We’ve not confirmed any details about our pre-Euro 2004 preparations other than we are playing a tri-nation tournament. ”

Sven-Goran Eriksson’s side will play against two other countries, including
one from Europe. France had been pencilled in as possible opponents but that was ruled out when
the two teams were paired in the group stages in Portugal.

Fleshcreep transformed into Pied Piper
Telegraph.co.uk – Jan 21, 2004
Unlike our furry friend, I am not stumbling groggily into a green new world. Instead, I find myself returning from a six-week rugby exile into an era of exciting new possibilities. My exile was self-imposed… The Heineken Cup has maintained the international feel of rugby, ensuring that the atmosphere of ‘the Big Game’ has continued long after the magic of Sydney. It is of huge benefit that the Six Nations is just around the corner, maybe not for the battered players but certainly for the supporters and those hungry for yet more. The danger is, of course, that after the Six Nations we will have to scrap it out for attention again as Euro 2004 and the Olympics take centre-stage. Those boys and girls who swarmed around the Six Nations trophy, touching the unique design, examining the list of winners, are not solely rugby players. They are just as likely to choose hockey, swimming or any number of sports in the long term. In that brief exposure to the history of the Six Nations and with memories of Sydney 2003 still fresh in their minds, rugby continues to be a conscious part of their sporting lives. But it would be dangerous to believe that it will always be this way.

FIFA World Cup – News & Features
uefa.comUEFA.com – Jan 22, 2004
However, that status will be put to the test as he settles into his new role as Hungary coach. Dwindling fortunesHalf a century ago, the ‘Magic Magyars’ of Ferenc Puskás and Nándor Hidegkúti were the greatest team in Europe, but the intervening years have not been kind. Hungary have not qualified for a major tournament since the 1986 FIFA World Cup, and the period following the fall of communism has not been easy. Big testFormer FC Bayern München midfield player Matthäus was in no doubt about the challenge that faced him after signing a two-year contract with the Hungarian Football Federation. “The country is not very strong at football at the moment, but I hope to bring a positive mentality to the team,” he told uefa. ‘Everyone loves me’However, he is confident that the will to win is there… Winning secret”In Germany we teach players – even the very young ones – the right mentality every day,” he said. “Every country has good players, and I know that the southern European countries might have better players than we have in Germany, but our trainers know how to win a game. ”
‘I like surprises’Now Hungary will be hoping that, after missing out on UEFA EURO 2004™, Matthäus can restore some dignity to their national team. The coach, meanwhile, is savouring another chance to prove his worth. “Two months ago I didn’t even know that I would be in Budapest,” he said.

UEFA Champions League – News & Features – News specific
uefa.comUEFA.com – Jan 21, 2004
However, striker Savo Milosevic revealed that things were not as perfect as they seemed, as the Spanish club flirt with relegation in the Primera División. Domestic plightThe Serbo-Montenegrin international was delighted with his team’s European success, but admitted that Celta’s poor league position – they are fourth from bottom – was a direct consequence of their Champions League endeavours. European focus”Celta are a very old club, but they are very young when it comes to performing in the top competitions,” he told uefa. “The call of the Champions League was too strong – absolutely irresistible… Now we have a series of easier fixtures and I believe that, by the middle of February, we will be in mid-table. Maybe that’s what we should aim for this season, then next season we will be better. ”
International gloomHe must also hope for better luck with Serbia and Montenegro after a dreadful qualifying campaign saw them miss out on the UEFA EURO 2004™ finals. “It cannot be worse than last year,” he said. “Losing to Azerbaijan was the lowest we could get. But I am convinced better days are ahead. Why? Because we are so hard-headed.

ESPNsoccernet – England – Game of the Week
go.com – Jan 22, 2004
His two goals in the 3rd round against Southampton were just rewards for what was perhaps his best performance in a Newcastle shirt. Woodgate meanwhile has been the commanding centre-half that Newcastle so craved in their inconsistent first half of the season. In placing both James Beattie and Ruud Van Nistelrooy in his pocket in recent weeks he now looks a leading contender for Rio Ferdinand’s place on the Euro 2004 plane. Sir Bobby Robson’s defence finally looks to be working. That’s in marked contrast to Houllier’s back-line. Houllier has persisted with Igor Biscan for much of the season, some might say in the vain hope that the ?5. 5m Croatian may one day prove his worth as a footballer… But the Croat’s presence has only served to unnerve Sami Hyypia, who looks a shadow of the man who was perhaps Europe’s most solid defender a couple of seasons back. Hyypia’s understanding with Stephane Henchoz has been sacrificed even though the Swiss international has recovered from some niggling injuries. Henchoz, not noted for his pace, had been deployed at right-back until the timely return of Jamie Carragher from a broken leg saw him begin the Wolves game on the bench. Houllier’s tactical change at half-time in swapping him for Biscan may signal a change of heart but the damage has been done to Hyypia. Psychological damage might also have been done by Houllier’s removal of the captain’s armband from the Finn to be placed on the bicep of Steven Gerrard. This gesture may have gone some way to securing Gerrard’s signature on a new contract but it may have done irreparable damage to his defence and by extension Houllier’s job prospects. Criticisms of Houllier’s signings has been rife since he brought in Bruno Cheyrou, Salif Diao and El Hadji Diouf the summer before last.

Woodgate oozes class in front of England coach
Telegraph.co.uk – Jan 20, 2004
He will have been impressed because all those qualities shone through against Fulham. “Woodgate, who will celebrate his 24th birthday tomorrow, has suffered a succession of injuries since joining Newcastle from Leeds a year ago, including a thigh strain, a double hernia operation and recently a torn hamstring. The centre-half is desperate to make the England squad for Euro 2004 and a prolonged injury-free spell would enhance his chances of adding to his collection of four caps with Manchester United’s Rio Ferdinand expected to be absent. “Now Jonathan just needs to stay on the pitch and there is no reason why he shouldn’t,” said Robson. “He was fit for a couple of matches that we didn’t play him in because we wanted to make sure he was recovering well from his hernia operation. They do come back if you return too early. We were very sensible about it… “We’ll look after him this week. He needs to recover. He needs his calves looking after and lots of massage and not doing too much training. “But I have no hesitation in saying he will be fine for Liverpool. Jonathan has just had a reaction to playing four games. He hasn’t done anything. He is just muscle-sore, he is muscle-tired.

Goalkeeper Lehmann finds paradise at Arsenal
SI.com – Jan 21, 2004
Arsenal fans have got used to his tendency to punch rather than catch the ball when it is crossed into the penalty area. They also forgave him a soft goal he gifted to Leeds United in a 4-1 FA Cup victory when his clearance from a backpass was charged down by Mark Viduka. NEXT AMBITION Lehmann’s next ambition is to play at Euro 2004 and then the 2006 World Cup in Germany. In his way stands Germany’s undisputed number one, Bayern Munich goalkeeper Oliver Kahn. He must also ward off the much younger VfB Stuttgart keeper Timo Hildebrandt, who is being groomed as Kahn’s eventual successor. "Whether you take part or not depends on yourself. Well, the coach is the one who selects you, but it’s in the hands of each individual what he achieves in life or, in my case, in football life.

ESPNsoccernet – England – Cech ‘to join Chelsea’
go.com – Jan 20, 2004
20, 2004Cech ‘to join Chelsea in summer’Rennes general manager Pierre Dreossi insists that there is still a considerable way to go before Chelsea wrap up the signing of the French club’s Czech Republic international goalkeeper Petr Cech. Dreossi and the Ligue 1 club’s financial director, Olivier Tomine, have beento the forefront of negotiations and Cech is poised to move to Stamford Bridgein the summer on a five-year contract. However, Dreossi claimed that the deal was not yet 100 per cent certain to happen. ‘The deal has not yet been sealed,’ he told journalists at training today. ‘We are still negotiating with Chelsea and I don’t think it will be all sorted before the end of the week. ‘Both clubs have agreed that Cech who will join the Londoners at the end of theseason rather than immediately as Chelsea had wanted. ‘It took us time to make Chelsea understand that there was no way we wouldlet Petr go before the end of the season,’ added Dreossi… ‘For them it was now or never, but last weekend things changed and Chelsea got used to the idea. ‘As far as we are concerned we were not against negotiating a transfer fornext summer. ‘Cech has won 15 caps for the Czech Republic and will be their first-choicegoalkeeper at Euro 2004. It has been reported that Chelsea have offered up to 13 million euros(?9million) to secure the signature of the 21-year-old, but neither club havementioned a fee. The player’s agent Pavel Zika told the Czech media yesterday: ‘The transferof Petr is almost done but the two clubs must confirm it in writing. ‘On January 7, Rennes had rejected an initial bid from Chelsea for theirplayer. Your views on this story?.

BBC NEWS | UK | England | Tees | Unit tackles soccer hooligans
BBC News – Jan 20, 2004
Cleveland Police says it is to look at a hardcore of known hooligans who may be attempting to travel to the forthcoming European Championships in Portugal. The move also follows violent scenes at Sunderland’s Stadium of Light, during England’s Euro 2004 qualifier with Turkey last year. The Cleveland force’s operation will centre on known hooligans in the Middlesbrough and Hartlepool areas. Officers believe there is a hardcore of about 50 Middlesbrough and 30 Hartlepool followers who regularly seek trouble at matches in the UK. Detective Sergeant Ian Fawcett, one of the officers spearheading the new unit, said: “We are building up a data bank of names of trouble-makers and we will actively be seeking banning orders preventing them from heading to the championships. Banning orders

“We are advocating a more proactive and robust approach to hooliganism at grounds.

FIFA World Cup – News & Features
uefa.comUEFA.com – Jan 21, 2004
“I hope to think in a situation like this [with Northern Ireland] I can cause one or two more. “Uphill taskThe task facing him, though, is considerable. Northern Ireland finished bottom of their UEFA EURO 2004™ qualifying group and failed to score a goal during the whole campaign. But the 44-year-old has plenty of experience of being the underdog from his playing days and his managerial career has been no different. Cup successAfter winning the cup in the Republic of Ireland with Sligo Rovers FC, he was appointed manager of English second division side Wycombe Wanderers FC in 1999 and saved them from relegation in his first season. But it was more their giant-killing feats in the FA Cup that earned Sanchez a reputation as a manager. Victory over his old club Wimbledon and then another win against Premiership side Leicester City FC took Wycombe to the semi-finals of the FA Cup in 2001… Disappointing endAfter an impressive start at Wycombe, Sanchez was unable to take the club forward and after seven defeats in his last eleven league games, he was sacked in September 2003. Even for a perpetual underdog like Sanchez, managing Northern Ireland will be a daunting prospect. They have not scored since Steve Lomas’s consolation strike in a 4-1 drubbing by Poland nearly two years ago, a barren spell that has lasted 1,242 minutes of playing time. Battles of BritainQualification for the FIFA World Cup in 2006 will not be any easier. Northern Ireland have been drawn in Group 6 against fellow home nations England and Wales, as well as Austria, Poland and Azerbaijan, and will be without Celtic FC midfield player Neil Lennon, who has given up international football after receiving sectarian death threats – unless Sanchez can persuade him to make a return. Scoring touchSanchez won three caps for Northern Ireland during his playing career and returns to the international scene to find his country placed 124th in the FIFA rankings. He will need to give his side some of his giant-killing spirit and, just as importantly, his goalscoring instincts.

The year of drugs
Brock Press – Brock Press (subscription) – Jan 20, 2004
The nation of Libya was shamed as a result. Add to that the revelation the likes of Amir Azny of Egypt, Alexander Walke of Germany and Rio Ferdinand of England. Azny and Walke were suspended during the World Under-20 soccer championships for steroid use, and Ferdinand’s imminent suspension (which has since been levied to a cost of eight months) caused uproar at England’s Euro 2004 qualifier in Turkey, when talk of a forfeit spread through the team. In this case, Ferdinand was not guilty of doping, but merely skipping a scheduled test. Add to all of this the names of tennis player Greg Rusedski, Anaheim Angels reliever Derrick Turnbow and Canadian bobsled champion Kendra Hebert, and the orgy of narcotic consumption in 2003 becomes horrendous at best. There is no doubt that sports are ultra-competitive, and the line between star and out-of-work could-have-been is ridiculously minuscule, thus leading to performance enhancing drug-use in order to get that competitive edge. The year 2003 will forever be marked, or rather marred, by athletes trying to bust through that line via illegal means, and that alone may tarnish all the good that came out of that calendar year… Add to that the revelation the likes of Amir Azny of Egypt, Alexander Walke of Germany and Rio Ferdinand of England. Azny and Walke were suspended during the World Under-20 soccer championships for steroid use, and Ferdinand’s imminent suspension (which has since been levied to a cost of eight months) caused uproar at England’s Euro 2004 qualifier in Turkey, when talk of a forfeit spread through the team. In this case, Ferdinand was not guilty of doping, but merely skipping a scheduled test. Add to all of this the names of tennis player Greg Rusedski, Anaheim Angels reliever Derrick Turnbow and Canadian bobsled champion Kendra Hebert, and the orgy of narcotic consumption in 2003 becomes horrendous at best. There is no doubt that sports are ultra-competitive, and the line between star and out-of-work could-have-been is ridiculously minuscule, thus leading to performance enhancing drug-use in order to get that competitive edge. The year 2003 will forever be marked, or rather marred, by athletes trying to bust through that line via illegal means, and that alone may tarnish all the good that came out of that calendar year. What if JS Giguere was on drugs when he led the Anaheim Mighty Ducks to the Stanley Cup Final? Or maybe Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez, and his MLB World Champion Florida Marlins? A famous hypothetical question asks, if you could have the chance to take steroids, win an Olympic gold medal, and not get caught; but then die 10 years later, would you take opportunity? Bechler took the bet and got exactly what he bargained for, it seems.

Youth can replace Larsson – Petrov
go.com – Jan 21, 2004
‘I’ve tried already – I even asked him to come back for Sweden in theEuropean Championships. But, unfortunately, he seems very sure of hisdecision. ‘Petrov will also have his sights set on Euro 2004 where he will lead Bulgariaout against Italy, Sweden and Denmark. But the Hoops’ midfielder is just as determined to win a league title with hisclub. Petrov told the Celtic View: ‘It (Euro 2004) is big but is it bigger than theChampions League or winning the league here in Scotland? I don’t know aboutthat. ‘I couldn’t say that it means more to me than those other things. ‘He added: ‘I don’t think you can go to a big tournament like this thinkingabout yourself as an individual… ‘I couldn’t say that it means more to me than those other things. ‘He added: ‘I don’t think you can go to a big tournament like this thinkingabout yourself as an individual. I’m not going to Portugal to become a star. ‘It all has to be about the team and the important thing for me is to helpthe team play well and make our country proud. ‘This competition is very important to Bulgaria. We have been out of bigtournaments for the last few years and it’s important for the people in ourcountry that we get back to that level. ‘We don’t want to be compared with the team of 1994 because they are legendsand we have to live for ourselves.

Lawrie can tilt odds in our favour
Edinburgh Evening News – Jan 22, 2004
Sanchez was a surprise choice with Dunfermline’s assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl favourite to succeed Sammy McIlroy, who resigned after Northern Ireland failed to score in 1242 minutes and finished last in their qualifying group for Euro 2004. Today Murdock revealed he’d never actually met Sanchez, who won three caps for Northern Ireland in the 1980s, but immediately set his sights on being part of his new international manager’s first squad which will face Norway in a friendly at Belfast’s Windsor Park on February 18. The 28-year-old former Manchester United and Preston North End defender said: “I don’t know him and we’ve never actually met although I obviously know of his winning goal in the FA Cup final for Wimbledon and his managerial career with Wycombe. “He always seems to have been an under-dog and perhaps his experiences as such will come in useful as manager of Northern Ireland as our resources both in playing personnel and financially are limited. “It’s fresh blood and I’m sure he’ll be very anxious to get off to a good start… “Hopefully I can do well enough with Hibs to be chosen in the new manager’s first squad next month and after that it is up to me to train as hard as I can when I am with the squad and to do as well as I can in games to retain my place. “I’d only read bits and pieces about what was going on in the selection process and it did appear Jimmy Nicholl was favourite for the job. But as a player you are not involved in making such decisions, you don’t get yourself involved in that process. “Now matters have been settled, I’m looking forward to getting to know Lawrie. Sanchez’s assistant will be Gerry Armstrong, Northern Ireland’s former striker who is a familiar face on television commentating on Spanish football, having spent a number of years of his playing career with Real Mallorca. Murdock said: “Gerry has actually done quite a lot of commentating for BBC Northern Ireland so I am sure he will be able to give Lawrie an insight into the current crop of players.

Armenia backs UEFA campaign
uefa.comUEFA.com – Jan 21, 2004
We have to ensure that the phenomenon withers on the vine. ” Match bannersArmenia has been contributing to UEFA’s pan-European anti-racism campaign for some time now. At the UEFA EURO 2004™ qualifying match between Armenia and Spain in October, banners in Armenian and English with the wording ‘Armenian football against racism’ were hung around the Republican stadium in Yerevan. ‘Negative phenomenon’In November, several further activities took place, including a programme involving the country’s leading musicians. Mr Hayrapetyan emphasised the importance of all communities being accepted in Armenia. “We will work hard to educate the coming generations of Armenian footballers, to ensure that this negative phenomenon can be prevented within our football. ” Spreading the messageThe anti-racism project is directed not only at black players from Africa or elsewhere, but also other national minorities in Armenia as well such as Russians, Ukrainians, Kurds, Ezids and Jews… Mr Hayrapetyan emphasised the importance of all communities being accepted in Armenia. “We will work hard to educate the coming generations of Armenian footballers, to ensure that this negative phenomenon can be prevented within our football. ” Spreading the messageThe anti-racism project is directed not only at black players from Africa or elsewhere, but also other national minorities in Armenia as well such as Russians, Ukrainians, Kurds, Ezids and Jews. Armenia’s journalists have also pledged to spread the message through their various outlets. Yerevan to TeheranThis month, two professors from Yerevan’s Pedagogic University are undertaking a walk from Yerevan to the Iranian capital Tehran to highlight the football anti-racism drive. The idea of that tour arose after the two professors, Hrant Patrikyan and Yurik Muradyan, learned about the FFA project via TV and the press. University lectureThe tour starts at the Iranian Embassy in Yerevan and finishes at the Armenian Embassy in Tehran.

FIFA World Cup – News & Features
uefa.comUEFA.com – Jan 21, 2004
On 9 October Spain face Belgium while Bosnia-Herzegovina meet Serbia and Montenegro. Testing start”We wanted to start against the two best teams, Spain and Serbia and Montenegro,” said Bosnia-Herzegovina coach Blaz Sliškovic. “Maybe they will not be at their peak in that period and we can do something. My players learnt so many things in the qualifiers for [UEFA] EURO 2004™.

UEFA Cup – News & Features – News Specific
uefa.comUEFA.com – Jan 20, 2004
“We need to turn our season around quickly and bringing in Edgar is just the kind of boost we needed as we go into the second half of the season,” said Cocu. “Hopefully a little bit of luck will also follow him to the club. ”
Larsson rumoursThe process of revitalising the Barcelona squad was not completed with Davids’s arrival, and Cocu has heard rumours about Swedish striker Henrik Larsson joining the club in the summer. “It’s no secret that Barcelona are looking for another forward and, for me, Larsson would be an excellent signing,” he said. “He is a very good player and he could do very well for Barcelona. ”
Dutch contingentCocu is also looking forward to UEFA EURO 2004™, and with so many of his Dutch colleagues at Barcelona, he can see good reason for optimism. “The fact so many of the Netherlands team are playing together for Barcelona can only help the Dutch team,” he said… “It’s no secret that Barcelona are looking for another forward and, for me, Larsson would be an excellent signing,” he said. “He is a very good player and he could do very well for Barcelona. ”
Dutch contingentCocu is also looking forward to UEFA EURO 2004™, and with so many of his Dutch colleagues at Barcelona, he can see good reason for optimism. “The fact so many of the Netherlands team are playing together for Barcelona can only help the Dutch team,” he said. “When players are training and playing together every week you get to know each other very well and this will be useful when we play for the Netherlands. ”
Forward momentumIf the Dutch-powered Barcelona can build up some momentum in the Primera División in the coming months, Cocu and company could yet form the core of a winning team in Portugal.

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