Euro 2012 – Ukraine and Poland

March 25, 2004

Portugal asks for NATO help with security at Euro 2004

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The News Review:

* German strikers just can’t seem to score
* Santini urged not to forgive Anelka
* Frisk, Merk and Michel before kick-off at the Jembe refugee camp
* Portugal asks for NATO help with security at Euro 2004
* Beckham waits on Eriksson
* The Prague Post Online: Business
* Vogts shouting the odds on qualification
* Two-match test against Turkey
* Kerr boosts McCarthy’s cup final bid
* Ferdinand puts blame on the FA
* Sanchez hands rookies their chance
* Inside Soccer: Chelsea lines up top managers in its sights
* New deal could attract Arsenal, United
* GiveMeFootball.com – The Professional Footballers’ Association
* Eriksson juggles offers from Europe’s big clubs
* SI.com – Soccer – UK Roundup: Cole to miss Man Utd match – Thursday…
* Danes drop Sand for Spain friendly
* How they rated

German strikers just can’t seem to score
Expatica – Mar 23, 2004
In addition to Voeller’s problems up front, playmaker Michael Ballack and defensive pillar Jens Nowotny are playing below par. When Voeller on Thursday selects his team for next week’s friendly with Belgium, the squad will include Fredi Bobic, Kevin Kuranyi and Miroslav Klose although they are going through hard times. Bobic, who netted six national team goals last year, has not scored in the league in 522 minutes and has once again lost his place in the starting 11 at relegation-threatened Hertha Berlin… In addition to Voeller’s problems up front, playmaker Michael Ballack and defensive pillar Jens Nowotny are playing below par. When Voeller on Thursday selects his team for next week’s friendly with Belgium, the squad will include Fredi Bobic, Kevin Kuranyi and Miroslav Klose although they are going through hard times. Bobic, who netted six national team goals last year, has not scored in the league in 522 minutes and has once again lost his place in the starting 11 at relegation-threatened Hertha Berlin.

Santini urged not to forgive Anelka
Ananova – Mar 25, 2004
Santini names his squad for next week’s friendly with Belgium on Thursday but Fernandez, one of several coaches to fall out with Anelka at PSG, believes the striker has not gone far enough to earn a recall. “I don’t think he used the right words to earn his place back with the squad,” Fernandez told L’Equipe. “He does not want to make a public apology but I guess you can do everything when you want to play in Euro 2004. “The words he had against Santini were very strong in my opinion and if a player had said such things to me I would certainly not take him back, even though I am not questioning his qualities as a player. Anelka, who has scored six goals in 28 matches for Les Bleus, has been touted as as replacement for Djibril Cisse. Auxerre forward Cisse must serve a five-match international ban, meaning he would only be available for the final in Portugal and thus leaving Santini little alternative but to omit him from the squad.

Frisk, Merk and Michel before kick-off at the Jembe refugee camp
BBC News – Mar 25, 2004
The federation body is supporting the ‘Protect Children In War’ campaign, and hopes to highlight the problems the young face in many countries around the world. Yet Uefa’s approach does not involve asking Zidane, Henry or Beckham to sign a few shirts for instead, it’s referees who have been asked to help… Sweden’s Anders Frisk, Markus Merk of Germany and Slovakia’s Lubos Michel travelled through the West African nation to see at first hand the problems children face in a region where the effects of civil war will be felt for years to come. Before, during and after Euro 2004, the three referees and their Italian colleague Pierluigi Collina will tell anyone who’ll listen why the “Protect Children In War” campaign is so vital. Anders Frisk, who took charge of the European Championships final between France and Italy in 2000, is probably the best known of the quartet after Collina. The highlight of the Sierra Leone visit came at the Jembe refugee camp, where Frisk and his fellow referees, Merk and Michel, took charge of a game between two teams of children from Jembe and the nearby Gerihun camp.

Portugal asks for NATO help with security at Euro 2004
USA Today – Mar 25, 2004
A formal request was sent to the alliance after Prime Minister Durao Barroso arrived in Brussels, for a European Union summit Thursday, said Bernardo Costa Pereira of Portugal’s NATO delegation. Portugal is looking to boost security for Euro 2004 after the March 11 commuter train bombings in Spain that killed 190 people and wounded more than 1,800. Portugal and Spain share a long border, and Spain has seen the arrest of many al-Qaeda terror suspects who operated out of the country before and after the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States. During the tournament, Portugal is to restore border controls it scrapped in 1991, bringing back passport checks and vehicle searches. Lisbon already has strengthened security at key transport hubs and at important public buildings, including foreign embassies… -led invasion of Iraq — are among the nations competing at Euro 2004, which is held every four years in different countries. The recent train bombings in Madrid jolted Portugal into reviewing its security plans for the championship. Previously, authorities had focused on possible hooliganism by visiting fans and said terrorism was not perceived as a major threat. Defense Ministry spokesman Miguel Guedes said there were no plans to ask NATO for help beyond the AWACS. Greece has asked NATO to share intelligence on potential terror threats and increase Mediterranean naval patrols as well as AWACS coverage of its airspace during the Olympics. “It’s a very specific request for planes for that specific period,” Guedes said. “It’s basically to help monitor Portuguese airspace over a much wider area than normal radars cover and to report anything unusual.

Beckham waits on Eriksson
Telegraph.co.uk – Mar 25, 2004
The Swede has been linked to the Real Madrid job again this week, and now that Claudio Ranieri has admitted he could be sacked by Chelsea in the summer the England coach is set for more uncomfortable questions when he takes his side for a friendly in Sweden next week. Beckham said: “I’d like him to stay as the manager of course, but everyone makes their own decisions. He’s done well so far for England and that’s why we want him to carry on but at the end of the day you have to respect whatever decision he makes.

The Prague Post Online: Business
Prague Post – Mar 25, 2004
Betsson became the first international betting shop to make a foray into the Czech market when the company added the Czech language and local sports to its growing portfolio in early March. Betsson is gambling that it can win a chunk of the country's 10 billion Kc ($370 million) sports betting market, an industry that is tightly controlled by four major domestic companies. While local bookmakers say they do not see Betsson as a threat, the government is warning the company against the move, claiming the British firm is violating state lottery laws. Because the EU leaves the betting industry fully under the control of individual national governments, the government is anxious to protect the country's lucrative betting industry from foreign capital. The official government position is that any encroachment into the national gambling market would be akin to cheating. Betsson, for now, seems ready to call the government's bluff. "It was a good opportunity for us," said Fredrik Sidfalk, Betsson's marketing manager… "With such cooperation we can reach a 10 percent market share," he said. The company's timing could not be better in a country that is fanatical about sports. The World Ice Hockey Championships will take place in Prague in late April and early May and the Euro 2004 soccer finals in Portugal will take place in June. The Summer Olympics in Athens in August are also expected to reap huge profits for the betting industry. For its part, the government wants to make sure the crowns being bet in the country stay in the country. Finance Ministry spokesman Marek Zeman said that Betsson's activities in the Czech Republic do not comply with the country's laws and that the government is prepared to take steps to push Betsson out of the market. "Our legislation does not allow Internet gambling, and we can't ignore violations of the valid laws," Zeman said.

Vogts shouting the odds on qualification
Telegraph.co.uk – Mar 23, 2004
“I should be judged only on our competitive matches, and I have lost only three of them,” said Vogts, who has registered one victory and nine defeats from the 11 friendly matches under his stewardship. Scotland managed to eke out a play-off slot from the weakest of the Euro 2004 qualifying groups but the World Cup draw has been less kind, with Italy, Slovenia, Norway and Moldova to be negotiated. “I tell you this clearly,” said Vogts, “we will be in Germany in 2006 and we will be on the pitch fighting, not sitting in the stands with a cola and a hot dog. ” The fast food analogy was appropriate because failure to make those finals will certainly see the SFA ordering a McBerti to go. Reports from Germany and Istanbul yesterday suggested that Vogts was high on the Turkish FA’s shortlist to replace Senol Gunes, recently sacked as national coach. Asked whether he had been sounded out about the position, Vogts shrugged: “I receive many phone calls but you have to ask the Turks… “As for the make up of the squad, Hearts goalkeeper Craig Gordon and Livingston midfielder David McNamee are included for the first time while Leicester City striker Paul Dickov, understandably, asked not to be selected. Walsall defender Paul Ritchie, who endured an excrutiating evening during the 4-0 defeat in Cardiff last month, retains his place. “Ritchie is not a scapegoat,” the coach explained. “We must learn from the defeat in Wales. Defending doesn’t start with the back four, but with the strikers although I will have to talk to Paul about the two goals he was responsible for. “When I took over, two years ago, the Scotland team was on its last legs. Then we reached a play-off.

Two-match test against Turkey
The Age – Mar 23, 2004
It is currently ranked No. 9 in the world, ahead of Italy and Germany. But it has not enjoyed the same success at international level since the World Cup. The reason it is available to play here in late May is because it failed to qualify for the finals of the European Championship, losing – in a major upset – to Latvia in a play-off, having finished runner-up in its Euro 2004 qualifying group to England. After Turkey the Socceroos will take on the best of the island nations in the Oceania World Cup qualifying competition, which will be staged in Australia between May 28 and June 6. The top-two teams from that competition – almost certainly Australia and New Zealand – will then play each other with the winner playing off against the fifth-placed team from South America’s group in November 2005. Before that, Australia takes on South Africa in London in seven days’ time, in a game for which most of the country’s top players – including names such as Harry Kewell, Mark Viduka and Brett Emerton – are expected to make themselves available… 9 in the world, ahead of Italy and Germany. But it has not enjoyed the same success at international level since the World Cup. The reason it is available to play here in late May is because it failed to qualify for the finals of the European Championship, losing – in a major upset – to Latvia in a play-off, having finished runner-up in its Euro 2004 qualifying group to England. After Turkey the Socceroos will take on the best of the island nations in the Oceania World Cup qualifying competition, which will be staged in Australia between May 28 and June 6. The top-two teams from that competition – almost certainly Australia and New Zealand – will then play each other with the winner playing off against the fifth-placed team from South America’s group in November 2005. Before that, Australia takes on South Africa in London in seven days’ time, in a game for which most of the country’s top players – including names such as Harry Kewell, Mark Viduka and Brett Emerton – are expected to make themselves available. None of that trio played against Venezuela in Caracas a month ago (a 1-1 draw) and Viduka was suspended from Leeds’s following match because he did not front for duty when called up.

Kerr boosts McCarthy’s cup final bid
Irish Independent – Mar 23, 2004
“I have had great co-operation from managers in relation to the availability of players, so I think in this situation it is only courtesy to think of the position of both the clubs and the managers at this time,” said Kerr. The absence of O’Shea, Jason McAteer and Gary Breen, plus the injury to Graham Kavanagh, means that there are several recalls in the 22-man squad named yesterday for next week’s friendly. Mark Kinsella, who won the last of his 44 caps in the Euro 2004 exit against Switzerland, returns after playing in eight of West Bromwich Albion’s last 10 games. Also back in the fold is Leeds United midfielder Stephen McPhail, who scored last night in his fourth first team game in the past month, while Hibernian goalkeeper Nick Colgan replaces the injured Joe Murphy. Kinsella’s international career had appeared over after Basle, especially when he was photographed throwing a plastic water bottle at Alexander Frei, after he had scored Switzerland’s second goal, but Kerr saw that incident differently. “I just saw that as a sign of his real desire and his annoyance that he was not on the pitch when they scored the second goal. I don’t have a problem with Mark… Liverpool’s Steve Finnan and West Ham’s David Connolly are slight doubts with injurybut Kevin Kilbane will be involved after his wife gave birth to a daughter, Elsie, last week. Kerr hinted that he is likely to continue with Kilbane in the central midfield role in which he impressed against Brazil but won’t decide on other possible tinkering until he sees who is available. “I want us to have options and that it is not such a big deal to have a player moving 20 yards to his left or his right or 10 yards forward or back,” said Kerr. As ever, Kerr was asked about his thoughts on Roy Keane, but played a straight bat, saying: “I haven’t spoken to him and I have lots of thoughts. I prefer not to elaborate any further. I have said what I want to say. I don’t have any problem with any of the players who change their minds about wanting to make themselves available to play for us.

Ferdinand puts blame on the FA
Telegraph.co.uk – Mar 23, 2004
Although Ferdinand said that after losing his appeal he would not pursue the case at the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne he admitted that his relationship with the FA had been tested to the limit by the suspension which will rule him out of contention for England at Euro 2004. He said: “I love playing for England, I love playing for my club. My club means so much to me, I go out there and play for the fans and for my family and for myself and to have that taken away from me in such a way was disheartening and something that really did shock me. I’m man enough to admit that I did cry. “I made a conscious decision to phone the FA which I did and they said the person who you need to speak to was on holiday, so I’d done my utmost to try to rectify the position that I was in at the time and to rectify the mistake… Although Ferdinand said that after losing his appeal he would not pursue the case at the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne he admitted that his relationship with the FA had been tested to the limit by the suspension which will rule him out of contention for England at Euro 2004. He said: “I love playing for England, I love playing for my club. My club means so much to me, I go out there and play for the fans and for my family and for myself and to have that taken away from me in such a way was disheartening and something that really did shock me. I’m man enough to admit that I did cry. “I made a conscious decision to phone the FA which I did and they said the person who you need to speak to was on holiday, so I’d done my utmost to try to rectify the position that I was in at the time and to rectify the mistake.

Sanchez hands rookies their chance
go.com – Mar 23, 2004
Bristol City’s industrious midfielder Tommy Doherty has been recalled aftermissing Sanchez’s bow as manager. Sanchez told the Press Association: ‘I will be giving chances to people whohaven’t been in the team regularly. ‘They will be players who didn’t really feature in the Euro 2004 qualifiers. ‘What I said to the squad of 24 before we played Norway was that I wanted tosee everyone on the field. ‘I made up my mind about this group of players immediately after the lastsquad was announced. ‘Wolves manager Dave Jones is predicting a bright future for Clyde, who had aspell on loan at Kidderminster this season. Clyde played in the defeat by Liverpool at the weekend but managed to keepHarry Kewell under wraps… ‘When they bring off a player of Harry Kewell’s stature because he has beenkept so quiet, then you know you are on the right lines. ‘Sanchez is anxious to maintain a good relationship with club managers at acrucial stage of the season. That is why the former Wycombe boss will not press for players to be releasedfor World Cup warm-up games. McCartney has been omitted as he is playing for Sunderland in the FA Cupsemi-final against Millwall four days after the match in Estonia. Sanchez explained: ‘What I have said to managers is that for a friendly I amnot going to dictate that I need this player. ‘World Cup qualifiers will be completely different but I not going to fallout with someone over the need for a player for a crucial game at this stage ofthe season. ‘McCartney’s team-mate Jeff Whitley will travel to Tallinn with NorthernIreland, however, as he is suspended for the Old Trafford showpiece.

Inside Soccer: Chelsea lines up top managers in its sights
nwsource.com – Mar 23, 2004
Yesterday, Ranieri sounded like he had enough. “Now the club should say something, they should say (the rumors are) rubbish,” the charismatic Italian said. “It’s not for me, it’s for the players. I think the club should support the coach and the squad. ” Perfect timing for the important Champions League clash against the Gunners tomorrow. THE OLD LADY FADING: If Juventus’ season ends without silverware, the club will know when it all went wrong. Days after a 3-1 loss to AC Milan virtually ended a repeat of the Serie A title, Juve lost 2-0 to Lazio in the first leg of the Italian Cup final… Baggio, who recently scored his 200th Serie A goal, will probably retire at the end of the season. “I’ll do all I can to give him the possibility if he wants to, to receive not only a tribute but to once again feel the pride of wearing the national-team jersey,” Trapattoni said. While the decision might have been a no-brainer for some, it means Trapattoni will have one less player to evaluate with Euro 2004 around the corner. Baggio, who has 55 caps, last played for Italy five years ago. OWNING UP TO IT: There was much fuss surrounding Bayern Munich’s fixture against Hertha Berlin last Saturday, and not because the champs are struggling. A Berlin radio station caused uproar by offering just over $1 million to any Bayern player who scored an own goal. Bayern brass said the station had no taste, while Bundesliga officials threatened to call in lawyers.

New deal could attract Arsenal, United
The Age – Mar 24, 2004
” Balfour said Nike’s aims were to brand the Socceroos across the country and make their shirt a must-have item at all sports events involving Australian teams. “Our internal goal is to make this the de facto Australian shirt for all sport. We want kids to buy this shirt to be Australian, not just Soccer Australia,” he said. Meanwhile, the Socceroos have said they are fully committed to ASA plans for more matches and believe agreement can be reached over contentious selection issues. For a time, it looked as if the ASA was on a collision course with its senior players when it suspended Mark Viduka and Scott Chipperfield from club games after their non-appearance against Venezuela. But in a statement issued yesterday through the players’ union, the Socceroo players’ committee said it was committed to working in partnership with the ASA. It said it was optimistic players’ concerns regarding selection policy, player welfare and the international match program would be taken on board by the new rulers… “Every player we have spoken to is unquestionably committed to each other and to Australia qualifying for the 2006 World Cup,” said players’ committee representatives Stan Lazaridis, Zeljko Kalac, Kevin Muscat and Josip Skoko. The Socceroos’ opponent in their next home match, Turkey, will have a new coach when it arrives to play two games in Sydney and Melbourne in May. Senol Gunes, who took the Turks to third place at the most recent World Cup, has been sacked after their failure to qualify for Euro 2004.

GiveMeFootball.com – The Professional Footballers’ Association
GiveMeFootball.com – Mar 23, 2004
The 21-year-old was snapped up from Bayern Munich three and a half years ago, and McInally is convinced that playing in the Premiership, rather than the Bundesliga, will not harm his chances. McInally spent three successful years at Bayern after his ?1m transfer from Villa in 1989 and he has the inside track on the German perception of Hitzelsperger. He claims that the midfielder can not only look forward to Portugal in the summer, but also keep an eye on the World Cup in his homeland two years later. "Thomas is a tidy player," said McInally. "I like the way he is direct in his play and not afraid to shoot. He loves to have a dig from around 35 yards and I don't see any reason why he can't make the German squad. "

Germany aren't that great a team any more and they don't have the likes of Rudi Voller or Olof Thom playing for them, but I still think Thomas could do a good job for them.

Eriksson juggles offers from Europe’s big clubs
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Mar 24, 2004
Eriksson is among the names being considered by Real, although in an interview with Marca, the Spanish newspaper, the Swede denied that he has been approached. “It’s never happened but if Real Madrid had called me at any other time in the past, I would have gone for sure,” he said. “Right now I am focusing on England and Euro 2004. ” Chelsea’s offer to replace Claudio Ranieri has been well documented and Eriksson could also consider a return to Italy, where he has spent most of his managerial career, to take over at Inter, who are known to have made an approach… Both are pressing him for a final decision and he may not be able to delay his choice for much longer. Chelsea are also one of several leading European clubs who hope to persuade Rio Ferdinand to relaunch his career away from Manchester United, but Ferguson is fiercely opposed to selling the defender. Chelsea are prepared to break the British transfer record to sign Ferdinand in the summer, while clubs in Italy and Spain are also interested. However, Ferguson is adamant that the defender should still be a United player when he returns after his eight-month ban for missing a drugs test. Although he has tested the patience and loyalty of Ferguson and the United board, Ferdinand continues to be held in high esteem at Old Trafford.

SI.com – Soccer – UK Roundup: Cole to miss Man Utd match – Thursday…
SI.com – Mar 25, 2004
"We all have our part to play in ensuring we do everything we can, while showing respect to our opponents and hosts of the countries we visit. " Eriksson’s letter has been sent to every supporter receiving tickets through the Football Association’s official channel. The Sweden game is England’s final away fixture before Euro 2004. Eriksson, a Swede, said he was greatly looking forward to the friendly on March 31, marking the Swedish Football Association’s centenary. "It will be a special night in the history of Swedish football, so please, enjoy the game in Gothenburg and the celebrations too," he said. "Looking a little further ahead, I am sure this summer in Portugal will be a great festival of football and a wonderful experience for every supporter attending the tournament. "QPR player charged with raping 15-year-old girl LONDON (AP) — Terrell Forbes, a defender with English second division club Queens Park Rangers, was charged Thursday with raping a 15-year-old girl… Forbes was initially arrested on March 17 and released on bail. He was arrested again and formally charged Thursday. The three others charged were not soccer players. The alleged rape took place at the home of one of the men. The charge comes less than three weeks after three players from Premier League side Leicester City were charged with sexual assault in Spain. Paul Dickhov, Frank Sinclair and Keith Gillespie were arrested after three women alleged they were attacked by Leicester players who broke into their hotel room. The players, who had been in southeastern Spain for a team training camp, spent a week in jail and were released on bail March 12.

Danes drop Sand for Spain friendly
go.com – Mar 23, 2004
Olsen announced three changes on Tuesday to the side whobeat Turkey 1-0 in this year’s first Euro 2004 warmup for theDanes, who booked their place in Portugal by winning theirqualifying group. Thomas Kahlenberg and Thomas Roll Larsen replace Sand andPanathinaikos midfielder Jan Michaelsen while AB Copenhagengoalkeeper Stephan Andersen takes over from the injured PeterSkov-Jensen. Skov-Jensen was one of six players unavailablethrough injury. Olsen said he had discussed his team selection with Sand andthe veteran forward, who has scored 20 international goals in 60international appearances, had not objected. ‘If we are to give some new players, whoever they are, achance on the national team, then obviously we must do withoutsome others,’ said Olsen, who will name his Euro 2004 squad onMay 12… Thomas Kahlenberg and Thomas Roll Larsen replace Sand andPanathinaikos midfielder Jan Michaelsen while AB Copenhagengoalkeeper Stephan Andersen takes over from the injured PeterSkov-Jensen. Skov-Jensen was one of six players unavailablethrough injury. Olsen said he had discussed his team selection with Sand andthe veteran forward, who has scored 20 international goals in 60international appearances, had not objected. ‘If we are to give some new players, whoever they are, achance on the national team, then obviously we must do withoutsome others,’ said Olsen, who will name his Euro 2004 squad onMay 12. Denmark, the 1992 European champions, are drawn with Italy,Sweden and Bulgaria in the tournament’s opening group phase. Full squadGoalkeepers: Thomas Sorensen (Aston Villa), Stephan Andersen (AB)Defenders: Thomas Helveg (Inter Milan), Rene Henriksen(Panathinaikos), Niclas Jensen (Borussia Dortmund), Per Kroldrup(Udinese), Martin Laursen (AC Milan), Brian Priske (Genk)Midfielders: Thomas Gravesen (Everton), Claus Jensen(Charlton Athletic), Daniel Jensen (Real Murcia), ThomasKahlenberg (Brondby IF), Thomas Roll Larsen (FC Copenhagen)Forwards: Jesper Gronkjaer (Chelsea), Martin Joergensen(Udinese), Peter Madsen (Bochum), Kenneth Perez (Alkmaar), JonDahl Tomasson (AC Milan). Your views on this story?.

How they rated
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Mar 25, 2004
Constant whistling kept players alert, constant nagging at Gallas annoyed the Frenchman 6 Marco Ambrosio: European debut, appeared unfazed by daunting task. Saved shots, caught crosses but no chance with devilish header from Pires 7 William Gallas: Does not like it at right back, never has. Muttered and moaned to himself but generally kept tight check on Henry 6. Should have known better 4 John Terry: Wise head on young shoulders, sure to be a star for England in Euro 2004… Should have known better 4 John Terry: Wise head on young shoulders, sure to be a star for England in Euro 2004. However, carelessly allowed Pires to head in equalising goal 7 Wayne Bridge: Coped competently with rare forays of Ljungberg on the right and impressive when going forward. Several surging runs into area 6 Claude Makelele: European Cup winner with Real Madrid, showed glimpses of brilliance. Spent most of time ruggedly protecting the defence, combative to the end 6 Scott Parker: Stuck out on right when prefers central role. Poor body language, needed constant reminders from Ranieri to stay wide 4 Frank Lampard: Rare show of petulance when spat water towards Arsenal bench when leaving pitch at half-time.

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