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February 24, 2004

Wolves Fans ‘Best In The World’ Says Silas

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The News Review:

* Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
* Smith may need to leave his beloved Leeds behind
* Outgunned Fergie refuses to give up
* Wolves Fans ‘Best In The World’ Says Silas
* Big demand for German Euro 2004 tickets
* Time to give Berti the boot
* Boumsong escapes surgery
* Parry an instant hit with Hughes
* German goalkeeping rift is a test for Voeller
* Hacker threats to bookies probed
* Shearer happy to live dream with Newcastle
* Paper round
* Europe’s top clubs flexed their muscles this week by stressing…
* Wales to meet Latvia in friendly
* UEFA Champions League – News & Features – News specific
* UEFA Champions League – News & Features – News specific
* Sporting failures are beyond a joke
* Tradition of Cup lives on as Yeovil launch aural assault

Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
Daily Times – Feb 24, 2004
?There are a lot of great teams and players in the tournament. I think there are a lot of very high quality players taking part and, of course, it can be won in just six matches. ? He added that he did not consider Euro 2004 to be a swansong for the generation of players, led by Luis Figo, that had revived Portugal?s reputation as a soccer power in the last decade. ?No, this is not the end for them, nor the start of anything new,? he said. ?There will be continuity. Only Fernando Couto, who is 33, is at an age when he has to think about his future – the others are all young enough to keep playing.

Smith may need to leave his beloved Leeds behind
Telegraph.co.uk – Feb 22, 2004
All the other teams down there with us have got to come to Elland Road, so it’s in our own hands. If you can’t get up for those games then you might as well not be playing. ” Eriksson may still not pick him for Euro 2004, however well he performs. Yet even he never needs to ask whether Smith is up for it.

Outgunned Fergie refuses to give up
Independent Online – Feb 22, 2004
Ferguson was forced to watch in frustration as United squandered a one-goal lead and numerous chances in a 1-1 draw with struggling Leeds on a day when Arsenal blew a huge hole in Chelsea’s title challenge with a 2-1 victory at Stamford Bridge. “Seven points is a lot but it is not insurmountable,” Ferguson declared defiantly. “We will have to perform far better than we did against Leeds if we are going to catch them because we have put ourselves in a really difficult position. But this side is capable of many things. It has ability, desire and experience and I wouldn’t put it against them… “We worked hard for the lead and we shouldn’t have lost it so quickly. ”

Leeds were delighted with a morale-boosting point in the absence of Mark Viduka, who was barred from playing by Australia in a row over his decision not to travel to Venezuela for a friendly last week. They nevertheless finished the weekend back on the bottom of the table as a result of Wolves’ unexpected 2-1 win over Fulham, but caretaker boss Eddie Gray preferred to accentuate the positives — the biggest of which was a performance from Smith that may help him earn a place in England’s Euro 2004 squad. “Alan has definitely got a chance,” said Gray. “I believe he is capable of scoring more often than he does and now he has got goals in his last two games. ”

While Ferguson was insisting the title race is far from over, Chelsea boss Claudio Ranieri admitted his side had too much to do after yet another defeat by Arsenal left them nine points off the pace. “I want to stay in the same race as Arsenal and Manchester United but I recognise that we are now very, very far behind,” the Italian said.

Wolves Fans ‘Best In The World’ Says Silas
CaleyThistleOnline.com – Feb 22, 2004
Much is made of the Wolves
support, but Paul Ince recently declared the gold and black ‘Barmy Army’
as the best fans in the World and now Portuguese International Silas has
handed the fans the same compliment. Silas was not selected for
Portugal’s friendly against England in mid-week but he believes that if
the Portuguese National Team had Fans as passionate as those at Wolves
then they would win Euro 2004. "I’ve played in Spain
and Portugal but nowhere is the support as passionate as it is here, If
Portugal had this level of support I think they would win Euro 2004. I’ve never seen anything like the passion they show here. " Said
Silas. "Wolves fans sing all the
time, but in Portugal the same results would have seen the supporters
whistling and booing… Much is made of the Wolves
support, but Paul Ince recently declared the gold and black ‘Barmy Army’
as the best fans in the World and now Portuguese International Silas has
handed the fans the same compliment. Silas was not selected for
Portugal’s friendly against England in mid-week but he believes that if
the Portuguese National Team had Fans as passionate as those at Wolves
then they would win Euro 2004. "I’ve played in Spain
and Portugal but nowhere is the support as passionate as it is here, If
Portugal had this level of support I think they would win Euro 2004. I’ve never seen anything like the passion they show here. " Said
Silas. "Wolves fans sing all the
time, but in Portugal the same results would have seen the supporters
whistling and booing.

Big demand for German Euro 2004 tickets
Expatica – Feb 24, 2004
The DFB said that the high demand forced them to conduct a lottery for the tickets which has by now been completed. The packages for the games with the Netherlands, Czech Republic and Latvia at the 12 June- 4 July finals in Portugal ranked from EUR 105-300. Those who did not get a package still have the chance to obtain some of the 3,000 extra tickets for the Netherlands game or 2,000 additional tickets on offer for the Czech game. DPASubject: German news… The DFB said that the high demand forced them to conduct a lottery for the tickets which has by now been completed. The packages for the games with the Netherlands, Czech Republic and Latvia at the 12 June- 4 July finals in Portugal ranked from EUR 105-300. Those who did not get a package still have the chance to obtain some of the 3,000 extra tickets for the Netherlands game or 2,000 additional tickets on offer for the Czech game. DPASubject: German news.

Time to give Berti the boot
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Feb 22, 2004
Vogts, for the first time, admitted that he had. “I was thinking about these things but I love working here with the Scottish players,” he said. “It’s not only a job, it’s a mission for me, and when I go back in 2006 to Germany I hope that the house is built up for the Scottish future. Why do I fight for more money for youth football? I will have nothing to do with the under-14 and under-15 boys in 10 years’ time, but I fight in every corner for the young boys. I fight for more experience. I fight that we have to do more for the under-19s, the under-18s. Why do I fight for more friendlies for the under-21s? It’s not so easy but I love the people here, I love the way of life and I love the country… By the end, after Earnshaw’s hat-trick and a fourth from Gareth Taylor which Rab Douglas should have stopped, Scotland had conceded 10 goals in their past two games. The only bright spots were the invention of Darren Fletcher and the effort of Paul Dickov. Vogts’s competitive record, on which he asks to be judged, is passable but probably only because Scotland were placed in an obliging Euro 2004 qualifying section and it was typical of the lack of sustained progress that the 1-0 win over the Dutch at Hampden last year in the playoff should be followed by his heaviest defeat. Bravely, or stupidly, he continues to seek out demanding friendlies and forthcoming ones with Romania and Denmark are unlikely to do him any favours. His team are beginning to be viewed by the international football community as morale-boosting easy meat. Wales had one win from their previous nine matches before destroying us 4-0. Unlike France and Holland, this was not a slaughtering by supermen but by a team with similar resources, Ryan Giggs apart, to our own and more call-offs.

Boumsong escapes surgery
BBC News – Feb 24, 2004
The 24-year-old Auxerre defender, who will join Rangers in the summer, injured an eye socket against Bastia. Boumsong, also expected to be in France’s Euro 2004 squad, feared a lengthy spell on the sidelines. But his French club, with whom Rangers have been in constant touch, have announced that Boumsong could return to competitive action within a month. Rangers manager Alex McLeish had told his club’s website: “I’m not going to get too uptight about it. “It probably sounds quite dramatic, because technically it’s a fractured skull.

Parry an instant hit with Hughes
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Feb 22, 2004
” As reassuring for Hughes as the emergence of young talent is the clear commitment of Giggs. The Manchester United winger made a significant statement by lining up against the Scots. With the controversy over the failed drug test by Russian player Egor Titov still unresolved, Hughes declared that he is not sure if Wales are preparing for Euro 2004 — if their appeal is successful — or for the next World Cup qualifying campaign. At least he can be sure of a strong contribution by Giggs, it would seem. Parry, meanwhile, is determined to persuade Hughes of his value: “The atmosphere within the squad is good, you feel that immediately. Everyone wants to make you feel part of it. I realise I have a long way to go, but with each game I play for Cardiff I’m gaining in confidence.

German goalkeeping rift is a test for Voeller
SI.com – Feb 23, 2004
"I felt for some time that something was wrong but I didn’t expect it would come out that way," said Voeller. "I’ll do what I think is right. I will not let emotions blind me. I will talk to Jens about the situation calmly but clearly. " Lehmann brought the problem into the spotlight in an interview with German soccer magazine Kicker last week, saying he had been more consistent than Kahn this season. Since joining Arsenal from Borussia Dortmund last July, the 34-year-old Lehmann has indeed been outstanding while Bayern Munich’s Kahn, also 34, has made one or two uncharacteristic blunders. "I think the way he (Lehmann) is playing makes you think he is right," Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said after the unbeaten premier league leaders took a firm grip in the title race with a 2-1 win at Chelsea on Saturday… Kahn was Germany’s number two goalkeeper for years and had to wait until Andreas Koepke retired after the 1998 World Cup in France to become the number one. The frustration for Lehmann is that he will almost certainly be regarded as too old to take over by the time Kahn ends his international career. With the Euro 2004 finals in June, Voeller needs to make a move swiftly. Lehmann has said he could imagine travelling to Portugal as the number two but it remains to be seen whether he will be allowed to. By criticising Kahn, Lehmann attacked not only a rival goalkeeper but also a symbol of what has made Germany such an intimidating force for decades. A great motivator and a true leader, Kahn has always been driven by success and was instrumental in his side’s unexpected recovery from a lean spell with their run to the 2002 World Cup final. Germany have failed to shine since and Voeller would have probably preferred to spend his energy on other areas of the team.

Hacker threats to bookies probed
BBC News – Feb 23, 2004
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“We are aware of it and we are investigating,” said the NHTCU spokesperson. “We know that specific sporting events are being targeted. This could well include the Grand National and Euro 2004,” she added. The threats, made by e-mail, have demanded that bookmakers pay up ?20,000 to ?30,000 or face distributed denial of service attacks. These attacks work by flooding targeted websites with so much information so that no one can access the sites. If this happened, it is estimated it would cost bookmakers hundreds or thousands of pounds in lost bets. Last month, Irish bookmaker Paddy Power, was targeted on the night of the Superbowl, paralysing its site for several hours… If this happened, it is estimated it would cost bookmakers hundreds or thousands of pounds in lost bets. Last month, Irish bookmaker Paddy Power, was targeted on the night of the Superbowl, paralysing its site for several hours. A spokesman said it had received an e-mail threatening an attack, but had not been asked for a specific ransom. “As soon as we discovered what it was, we got straight on to the police,” he said. “We were never going to pay. It is a pretty cheap and nasty way of trying to extort money. ”

Similar denial of service attacks were attempted on software sellers SCO and Microsoft’s websites earlier this year, although no blackmail attempts were linked to the attacks.

Shearer happy to live dream with Newcastle
Telegraph.co.uk – Feb 22, 2004
“The opportunity arose around six or seven months ago or so,” said the former national captain, who is understood to have been approached by Sven-Goran Eriksson via an intermediary. “But I thought about it and the reasons I initially gave (for retiring) still stood. “He also stressed his plan to retire at the end of next season was “set in stone”, insisting: “I can’t see anything to change that, not even if I was to get 25 goals next year. “Freddy Shepherd, Newcastle’s chairman, has said he would ideally appoint another Geordie as Robson’s successor. All Shearer, who is taking his coaching badges, would say on the subject was: “Yes, I think in an ideal world that would be the case. I don’t want to discuss who that person might be because it would be disrespectful to Sir Bobby, we don’t know how long he wants to go on… “I would hate people to feel sorry for me because I’ve been happy, very happy. I’m living the dream here and that far outweighs trophies. “Jermaine Jenas still hopes to be part of England’s attempt to win Euro 2004 but, here, Robson delighted many home fans by dropping the midfielder, who has failed to recapture last season’s form. Dyer was thus afforded the central role he so desired, but found Doriva a tough opponent. Middlesbrough assumed a 32nd minute lead, their goal scored by Bolo Zenden courtesy of some fine midfield play from the excellent George Boateng. After Boateng played a one-two with Juninho, Zenden ran on to the ball just outside the area and, once in it, evaded Given with a low, angled, left foot shot. Craig Bellamy equalised from close range in the 62nd minute, the hitherto strangely diffident striker tapping home after capitalising when Ehiogu and Mark Schwarzer, his goalkeeper, became entangled while mutually trying to clear a fairly innocuous Laurent Robert cross.

Paper round
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Feb 23, 2004
Used on article pages to rotate the images of a story. The News of the World sees it as the FA’s attempt to see off clubs such as Chelsea, Real Madrid, Chelsea, AC Milan, Inter Milan and Chelsea, who are keen to tempt the Swede away from the England job after Euro 2004. Surely, though, any attempt to financially outmuscle Roman Abramovich, the Chelsea owner, is doomed to failure? One manager not changing jobs is Sir Bobby Robson. He may have just celebrated his 71st birthday but he’s not about to call it a day at Newcastle United, thinks the Mail on Sunday. Given that this season is something of a write-off, Robson wants another go at bringing success to Tyneside. José Mourinho, Robson’s assistant at Barcelona, “could eventually succeed his mentor” — which might come as news to Alan Shearer, the heir apparent… The News of the World sees it as the FA’s attempt to see off clubs such as Chelsea, Real Madrid, Chelsea, AC Milan, Inter Milan and Chelsea, who are keen to tempt the Swede away from the England job after Euro 2004. Surely, though, any attempt to financially outmuscle Roman Abramovich, the Chelsea owner, is doomed to failure? One manager not changing jobs is Sir Bobby Robson. He may have just celebrated his 71st birthday but he’s not about to call it a day at Newcastle United, thinks the Mail on Sunday. Given that this season is something of a write-off, Robson wants another go at bringing success to Tyneside. José Mourinho, Robson’s assistant at Barcelona, “could eventually succeed his mentor” — which might come as news to Alan Shearer, the heir apparent. Shearer, incidentally, was asked to end his international retirement last year but rejected the offer, the NotW says. Shelve those “Mills and Boom” headlines indefinitely, as the same paper adds that Middlesbrough will not sign Danny Mills permanently.

Europe’s top clubs flexed their muscles this week by stressing…
go.com – Feb 22, 2004
Roma courted by Russian businessmenSerie A title-chasers AS Roma have confirmed that a takeover offer has been received from a consortium of Russian businessmen. The heavily-indebted club originally denied the approach but Franco Baldini, Roma’s director of sport, has revealed: ‘I was contacted by a Russian group. I did not discuss figures with them, but I did pass on the information to those people who deal with this sort of thing. ‘However, local businessman Giovanni Malago has thrown his hat into the ring by stating: ‘I am ready to save Roma. But the crucial element here is that the current owner must sort out the debts hanging over the club. ‘Meanwhile, mayor of Rome Walter Veltroni has vowed to keep the ownership of Roma and their city rivals Lazio out of the hands of foreign investors. ‘I would like Roma’s property to be Italian, or even more, Roman… Ministers also approved measures making it a crime to scalp tickets, throw objects on to pitches, bring alcohol into venues and cause disturbances while travelling to or from events. The cabinet voted to create an oversight agency for government commissions and agencies involved in holding the tournament. The ministers also approved a decree to tighten rules on illicit use of Euro 2004 brands or copyrights. The measures were either decrees or legislation that has to be approved by parliamentDortmund need to save €20m Borussia Dortmund, Germany’s only stock market listed club, need to make major cuts next year, with savings of €20million needed to help balance its books. Club president Gerd Niebaum told German newspaper Handelsblatt the squad would remain strong, despite the cuts. ‘Next season we will initially plan without the Champions League and continue our hard cost management’, said Niebaum. ‘We believe a cost reduction of up to EUR20m in all areas of expenditure is possible.

Wales to meet Latvia in friendly
go.com – Feb 24, 2004
24, 2004Wales to meet Latvia in friendlyCARDIFF, Feb 24 (Reuters) – Wales will play Latvia in an international friendly in Riga in August, the Football Association of Wales said on Tuesday. The game on August 18 will serve as preparation for Wales’s2006 World Cup qualifying campaign, which begins away to fellowGroup Six side Azerbaijan on September 4 before a home matchagainst Northern Ireland on September 8. Wales, who failed to qualify for the Euro 2004 finals, havenot previously played Latvia, who will be in Portugal in June,at senior level, the FAW said. Your views on this story?.

UEFA Champions League – News & Features – News specific
uefa.comUEFA.com – Feb 24, 2004
“No one has mentioned it as we can only afford to look forward to playing Milan. ”
Team ethicThe 22-year-old continued: “Milan are a much tougher team to break down than Lazio and it will be very difficult to keep them at bay. We have to defend as a team and not just concern ourselves with one-against-one situations. In order to succeed we have to play to our strengths by being compact and denying them space. ”
Talented cropHübschman has been playing to his strengths since he was a teenager, shooting to prominence as captain of the Czech Republic team at the 2001 FIFA World Youth Championship. He was then part of a supremely talented squad that won the 2002 UEFA European Under-21 Championship, and like many of that team graduated with honours to the senior side. ‘Good preparation’Having helped the Czech Republic qualify automatically for UEFA EURO 2004™, the blond-haired centre back made his most recent international appearance in the second half of his country’s 2-2 draw against Italy in Palermo last Wednesday – decent grounding for the visit of the European champions… ”
Talented cropHübschman has been playing to his strengths since he was a teenager, shooting to prominence as captain of the Czech Republic team at the 2001 FIFA World Youth Championship. He was then part of a supremely talented squad that won the 2002 UEFA European Under-21 Championship, and like many of that team graduated with honours to the senior side. ‘Good preparation’Having helped the Czech Republic qualify automatically for UEFA EURO 2004™, the blond-haired centre back made his most recent international appearance in the second half of his country’s 2-2 draw against Italy in Palermo last Wednesday – decent grounding for the visit of the European champions. “It was good preparation as the Italian national team play with a very similar style to Milan,” he said. “The four across the back line are superb and they have two holding midfielders to contain things as well as sparking counterattacks.

UEFA Champions League – News & Features – News specific
uefa.comUEFA.com – Feb 23, 2004
The following year, with Eusébio in their ranks, they repeated the feat, beating Real Madrid CF 5-3 – with Eusébio scoring twice. People’s favouritesBenfica were last champions of Portugal in 1994, yet they remain the country’s most titled and best-supported club. Eusébio will be happy to answer your questions about his career, but also about Benfica past and present, including their hopes of progressing to the fourth round of the UEFA Cup against Rosenborg BK. Porto prospectsAs FC Porto have reached the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League, you may also want to get Eusébio’s views on their recent achievements and chances of progressing to the quarter-finals of the competition against United. EURO ambassadorEusébio is also an official ambassador for UEFA EURO 2004™… Eusébio will be happy to answer your questions about his career, but also about Benfica past and present, including their hopes of progressing to the fourth round of the UEFA Cup against Rosenborg BK. Porto prospectsAs FC Porto have reached the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League, you may also want to get Eusébio’s views on their recent achievements and chances of progressing to the quarter-finals of the competition against United. EURO ambassadorEusébio is also an official ambassador for UEFA EURO 2004™. His nine goals took Portugal to the semi-finals of the 1966 World Cup, and Eusébio has already called for Portugal’s so-called golden generation to make their mark. Portuguese progressHe believes that having reached the last four at UEFA EURO 2000™, Portugal need to do even better this time round, saying: “A national team that has players like Luís Figo, Rui Costa, Fernando Couto and company always has a say when it comes to the championship. ” After Portugal’s recent 1-1 draw against England, you may want to ask Eusébio if he still believes this is true, less than four months away from the final tournament.

Sporting failures are beyond a joke
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Feb 22, 2004
There is, after all, nothing remotely surprising about these kind of results any more, whatever the pursuit, and regardless of the opposition. Until recently at least, the failings in the major team sports could partially be offset by the regular triumphs of individuals in other spheres, such as Stephen Hendry, Colin Montgomerie, Colin McRae, Peter Nicol and Alex Marshall. But Hendry is not the force of old; Montgomerie is having to concede the major he craves has eluded him; McRae is nearing the conclusion of his rallying days; Nicol has defected to England; and, for all his commendable dominance in his vocation, Marshall’s name is guaranteed to provoke the response “who?” outside the bowls fraternity. Rhona Martin’s golden success in curling at the 2002 Winter Olympics was a stirring achievement. It evoked shades of Archie Gemmill in 1978, which was hardly the disaster some revisionists would have us believe. But there is now a distinct possibility, especially as the European Union expands, that the Scots may never qualify for the finals of a major tournament again. “This is the worst group of Scottish footballers I’ve seen since I became interested in the game,” said Graeme Souness… But there is now a distinct possibility, especially as the European Union expands, that the Scots may never qualify for the finals of a major tournament again. “This is the worst group of Scottish footballers I’ve seen since I became interested in the game,” said Graeme Souness. The optimists will retort that these trends are cyclical, to which it need only be rejoindered: “Prove it!” This summer, the two major events will be Euro 2004 and the Olympic Games. Typically nowadays, Scotland will be sitting out the former and dependent on an idiosyncratic group of specialists in minority pastimes for any heroics in the latter.

Tradition of Cup lives on as Yeovil launch aural assault
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Feb 24, 2004
“We have a young squad — more sad life than Westlife,” Johnson said. “We’ve got a good following of young females and this was another way to meet the boys I suppose. ” Alas, Yeovil will not be appearing on Top of the Pops. “We don’t really feature people who aren’t in the Top 30,” a spokesman for the show said. These days, players would probably rather date a pop star than become one and the tradition of FA Cup songs — remember Ossie’s Dream in the 1980-81 season — is slowly, and perhaps mercifully, dying. No decision has yet been taken as to whether England will record a single for Euro 2004, but another aural assault is possible. “We’re always inundated with requests to get involved from various artists,” an FA spokesman said… “We don’t really feature people who aren’t in the Top 30,” a spokesman for the show said. These days, players would probably rather date a pop star than become one and the tradition of FA Cup songs — remember Ossie’s Dream in the 1980-81 season — is slowly, and perhaps mercifully, dying. No decision has yet been taken as to whether England will record a single for Euro 2004, but another aural assault is possible. “We’re always inundated with requests to get involved from various artists,” an FA spokesman said.

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