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March 28, 2004

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The News Review:

* Eriksson has been disloyal to England and his players
* Eriksson must go now | England | International | Football | Sport |…
* Players are given licence to write own sick notes
* The Sporting Week: This time the Greeks were not simply lighting the…
* Beckham set to miss England match
* Get fit, not fat, before you hit the beach
* France offer Anelka hope
* Portugal asks Nato for Euro 2004 air patrols
* Farina rules out Kewell, Viduka boycott
* BBC NEWS | Entertainment | TV and Radio | Five Live faces the future
* SI.com – Soccer – Beckham doubtful for Sweden friendly – Friday March…
* Cole to miss Sweden test
* Double trouble for Allardyce
* Blatter on collision course with G-14
* Green saves best for last
* Butt happy to stay | Man Utd | Premiership | Football | Sport |…
* Leeds laugh off Smith talk
* A few good reasons for the Leafs’ declining regional audiences
* Smith recalled by Eriksson

Eriksson has been disloyal to England and his players
Telegraph.co.uk – Mar 28, 2004
Even after Eriksson’s indignant self-defence yesterday it was impossible to escape one question. If he was so seduced by Roman Abramovich’s billions and bored by the intermittent nature of international management, what was so wrong with the idea of telling Chelsea that he could not discuss the idea of taking over from Claudio Ranieri until after Euro 2004?Could not, in other words, take tea with Abramovich and. There are a few other things that Eriksson might not have done, such as deny as recently as Feb 7 having any contact with Chelski – a claim that was blown into orbit by Zahavi’s admission on Saturday that the contact has been “going on for months”.

Eriksson must go now | England | International | Football | Sport |…
Telegraph.co.uk – Mar 27, 2004
Incredibly, it seems that the FA, like many a pitiful cuckolded husband, are willing to let him park his high-heeled shoes under their bed for as long as possible, allowing him to stay until after Euro 2004 in the interests of continuity. Have they no pride?advertisement. Never mind the effects a change of manager might have on the players, who have seemed genuinely happy to work under Sven. Far better for England to be led into a major championship under a manager that they know is, as footballers tend to say, 110 per cent committed to their cause, than one who already has a contract with another club tucked in his tracksuit pocket. Any manager is better than one who is not only negotiating to take another job but continually denying it, thus undermining not just his employers but his players and all his staff. And it is not as if England could not find someone at short notice to take over the reins in Portugal this summer, if only on a caretaker basis.

Players are given licence to write own sick notes
Telegraph.co.uk – Mar 27, 2004
During the national team’s darkest days, fans regularly joked that anyone turning up at Wembley with a pair of boots might play. Although Eriksson has at least shown the decency to restrict himself to professionals, that is essentially the invite he sent out for the friendly. Astonishingly, he gave treble-chasing Arsenal and the country’s other top clubs carte blanche to write their own sick notes, even though it is the final match before he names his Euro 2004 squad. The clubs eagerly began scribbling, scratching out the names of Ashley Cole, Sol Campbell, Paul Scholes, Gary Neville, Michael Owen, Frank Lampard, Wayne Bridge and Kieron Dyer for what is now the most meaningless of friendlies. And the slightly-injured captain, David Beckham, who will definitely turn up for a photo-opportunity when the squad assembles at London Colney tomorrow, will decide overnight whether to catch the flight or shop with Posh… Eriksson says: “He and Campbell were the best two centre backs in the World Cup and now one is out and the other has a problem. “Campbell has not played an international since last October’s goalless draw in Turkey, which sealed England’s place in the European Championship. Yet, if necessary, Eriksson will keep him out until the opening game against France. He says: “I would like to see him against Japan or Iceland in the first week of June, but it depends whether Arsenal are in the FA Cup final and the Champions League final. “For supporters, it will be the equivalent of turning up at the theatre to find even the parts of the ice cream vendors taken over by understudies, with only four of Eriksson’s preferred starting line-up – David James, Nicky Butt, Steven Gerrard and Wayne Rooney – certain to play. At least for 45 minutes, the two countries having agreed on 11 substitutes.

The Sporting Week: This time the Greeks were not simply lighting the…
Telegraph.co.uk – Mar 26, 2004
What the flame will encounter when it arrives at Athens’ new Olympic stadium is less certain. At present the building lacks a roof, is without hint of any track or field and is not scheduled for completion until mid June. Compare that with the Portuguese stadiums which were all in operation a full six months before Euro 2004 kicks off. Perhaps, cynics suggest, that is why there is a big hole in the middle of where the stadium’s football pitch will eventually be, a huge cavernous pit ready to bury the organising committee should the Games prove as shambolic as pessimists have predicted. “I can’t tell you about the hole, it’s a surprise,” Mrs Gianna Angelopoulus, president of Athens 2004, the woman charged with delivering the games on time, explained. “And no, I don’t know what that surprise is. Every day my kids ask me: you’re our mum, tell us what it’s for… That leaves seven with tardier deadlines, including the boxing hall, the basketball arena and the new road from Marathon to Athens along which, appropriately enough, the marathon will run. Plus, that central stadium. But the message being constantly relayed is not to worry. There are 140 days to go, plenty of time for a bit of landscaping and a lick of paint, which is roughly, the organisers say, all that is needed. “Everything is on time, everything will be ready,” said Mrs Angelopoulus. “What counts is now, not what happened in the past. And we are on time.

Beckham set to miss England match
CNN International – Mar 26, 2004
Beckham sustained the injury during Real Madrid’s 4-2 win over Monaco in the first leg of their Champions League quarterfinal on Wednesday. He did not train with the rest of the squad on Friday and club doctor Juan Carlos Hernandez said he was unlikely to play on Sunday’s at home to Sevilla. "We have very little time," he said. "Today he was limping quite badly and although he will try it out tomorrow we are not going to force it. "The club said on their website that if the 28-year-old midfielder did not make the Sevilla game he would travel to England to be checked over by FA medical staff but would not play against Sweden. Liverpool striker Michael Owen may also miss the match after injuring a hamstring in his side’s 2-1 UEFA Cup defeat at Olympique Marseille on Thursday… "The club said on their website that if the 28-year-old midfielder did not make the Sevilla game he would travel to England to be checked over by FA medical staff but would not play against Sweden. Liverpool striker Michael Owen may also miss the match after injuring a hamstring in his side’s 2-1 UEFA Cup defeat at Olympique Marseille on Thursday. England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson names his squad on Saturday for the Euro 2004 warm-up in Gothenburg on Wednesday. He is also waiting for news of Arsenal defender Ashley Cole who misses Arsenal’s league game against Manchester United on Sunday. Cole injured a knee in Wednesday night’s 1-1 draw with Chelsea in the first leg of the Champions League quarterfinal.

Get fit, not fat, before you hit the beach
Telegraph.co.uk – Mar 27, 2004
It has recruited the world champion sprint swimmer Mark Foster to lead a “Swim Your Way to a Bikini Body” campaign. The company says that it hopes the campaign, along with publicity surrounding the Euro 2004 football championships and the Olympics, will encourage families to haul themselves off the sun-loungers this summer. With Foster’s help, Thomson has devised programmes lasting 20 and 30 minutes, combining a variety of swimming strokes with treading water and periods of rest, for the run-up to summer. Details can be obtained on leaflets at the travel agency Lunn Poly or from the website www… “Many people swim only when they’re on holiday, but swimming is a sport that’s accessible to all and, besides being a great way to get fit, is a good way to relieve stress,” Foster said. Unfortunately for his fans, the great man will not be making personal appearances at Thomson hotels: summer for him means the Athens Olympics.

France offer Anelka hope
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Mar 26, 2004
Used on article pages to rotate the images of a story. The Manchester City striker missed out on a place in the party for the trip to Rotterdam on March 31 but Jacques Santini, the France coach, confirmed that Anelka is again under consideration for a place in the squad for Euro 2004. Anelka has not played for France since refusing a call-up for a game against Yugoslavia in November 2002. An unseemly stand-off then ensued between him and Santini until Anelka expressed a degree of regret for his behaviour before the game against Belgium in February. Santini dismissed it out of hand and even accused the player of attempting to disrupt morale in the France camp before Euro 2004 in Portugal this summer… Used on article pages to rotate the images of a story. The Manchester City striker missed out on a place in the party for the trip to Rotterdam on March 31 but Jacques Santini, the France coach, confirmed that Anelka is again under consideration for a place in the squad for Euro 2004. Anelka has not played for France since refusing a call-up for a game against Yugoslavia in November 2002. An unseemly stand-off then ensued between him and Santini until Anelka expressed a degree of regret for his behaviour before the game against Belgium in February. Santini dismissed it out of hand and even accused the player of attempting to disrupt morale in the France camp before Euro 2004 in Portugal this summer. Last week, Anelka went farther with a full and public apology to Santini and it appears to have had the desired effect.

Portugal asks Nato for Euro 2004 air patrols
Telegraph.co.uk – Mar 26, 2004
The train bombings in neighbouring Spain have jolted Portugal into reviewing its security plans for the championship, in which England, Spain, Italy and Portugal – countries which backed the war in Iraq – will compete. Previously, authorities had focused on possible hooliganism by visiting fans and said terrorism was not perceived as a serious threat… The train bombings in neighbouring Spain have jolted Portugal into reviewing its security plans for the championship, in which England, Spain, Italy and Portugal – countries which backed the war in Iraq – will compete. Previously, authorities had focused on possible hooliganism by visiting fans and said terrorism was not perceived as a serious threat. It has strengthened security at key transport hubs and public buildings.

Farina rules out Kewell, Viduka boycott
The Age – Mar 26, 2004
The coach, who arrived in London earlier this week, told journalists in a teleconference that he had spoken to both players recently and did not believe there was any bitterness from either player, both of whom are named in the 22-man party. Viduka was suspended for one club game after the ASA invoked FIFA provisions when he failed to turn up in Caracas last month for Australia’s 1-1 draw with Venezuela. Liverpool star Kewell is unhappy that the ASA appears to be sceptical over claims that he has an ankle injury that prevents him from travelling to games more than two hours flying time from his Merseyside base. Kewell blamed that problem for his absence in Venezuela, and says that same ailment may rule him out of several future Australian matches. His participation in Australia’s games against Turkey in Sydney and Melbourne in May could, therefore, be in doubt… His appearance in a Western Samoan shirt for a few minutes as a 14-year-old substitute appeared costly since FIFA consistently used to rule it made him ineligible for the country of his birth. But FIFA decided last year to allow players to switch international allegiance if they had not played for their original country at senior level, providing Cahill with an escape clause. Meanwhile, former Melbourne Knights goalkeeper Joey Didulica, ignored by Farina for several recent matches, has accepted a call-up from Croatia coach Otto Baric for next week’s Euro 2004 warm-up game against Turkey. “I have followed Didulica closely for some time because we need a reliable third keeper for the European Championships,” said Baric. “My intention is to test him on the pitch in our next friendly against Macedonia in April. SOCCEROOS SQUADTo play South Africa next Wednesday (Melbourne time)Paul Agostino (TSV 1860 Munchen); John Aloisi (Athletico Osasuna, Spain); Marco Bresciano (Parma); Tim Cahill (Millwall); Scott Chipperfield (FC Basel); Brett Emerton (Blackburn); Zeljko Kalac (goalkeeper, Perugia); Harry Kewell (Liverpool); Steve Laybutt (Royal Excelsior Mouscron, Belgium); Stan Lazaridis (Birmingham); Craig Moore (Rangers); Kevin Muscat (Millwall); Lucas Neill (Blackburn); Paul Okon (KV Oostende, Belgium); Tony Popovic (Crystal Palace); Mark Schwarzer (goalkeeper, Middlesbrough); Josip Skoko (Genclerbirligi, Turkey); Mile Sterjovski (Lille, France); Tony Vidmar (Cardiff); Max Vieri (Napoli); Mark Viduka (Leeds); David Zdrilic (Aberdeen).

BBC NEWS | Entertainment | TV and Radio | Five Live faces the future
BBC News – Mar 26, 2004
BBC News Online looks back at the station’s first decade and contemplates its future. The birth of Radio Five Live was not an easy one – coming just four years after predecessor Radio 5 began its diverse output of children’s programmes, rock music, sport and features, many people were concerned about its replacement. The idea was to create a rolling news and sports service but there was initial opposition to both – news lovers feared for the future of Radio 4, while sports fans wondered how much live coverage they would have to sacrifice. Increase

But audience figures for Five Live’s first year were a healthy average of 4. 25 million and it continued to confound the critics with audience figures climbing to six million. And although the station’s output is about 70% news, there has been little complaint from sports fans when a breaking news story has interrupted a live sporting event, as happened when Saddam Hussein was captured last year… “It might be hard to separate our news teams from the heart of BBC news, but the notion of broadcasting around the UK to serve our audiences better is absolutely central to what Five Live is about,” he told BBC staff magazine Ariel. The station has had its own network of regional reporters since it began and more outside broadcasts are planned from beyond the M25. Praise

But its future may ultimately depend on the renewal of live sports rights – currently it broadcasts more sport reports than any other broadcaster in the world but can it hold on to this enviable position?

The station is looking forward to the opportunity to attract more listeners this summer with coverage of Euro 2004 and the Olympics in Greece. But the crucial Premiership football rights are up for renewal at the end of this season – negotiations are already under way to secure a new deal. “Sport is a major part of why Five Live exists – maintaining rights is vital to Five Live’s future,” says Mr Burrell. Gillian Reynolds could not tear herself away from the station’s Rugby World Cup coverage. “I couldn’t bear to switch off Ian Robertson’s Rugby World Cup Final commentary – I didn’t want to be distracted from it for a minute,” she says.

SI.com – Soccer – Beckham doubtful for Sweden friendly – Friday March…
SI.com – Mar 26, 2004
"We have very little time," he said. "Today he was limping quite badly and although he will try it out tomorrow we are not going to force it. " The club said on?its Web site that if the 28-year-old midfielder did not make the Sevilla game he would travel to England to be checked over by FA medical staff but would not play against Sweden. Liverpool striker Michael Owen may also miss the match after injuring a hamstring in his side’s 2-1 UEFA Cup defeat at Olympique Marseille on Thursday. England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson names his squad on Saturday for the Euro 2004 warmup in Gothenburg on Wednesday… " The club said on?its Web site that if the 28-year-old midfielder did not make the Sevilla game he would travel to England to be checked over by FA medical staff but would not play against Sweden. Liverpool striker Michael Owen may also miss the match after injuring a hamstring in his side’s 2-1 UEFA Cup defeat at Olympique Marseille on Thursday. England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson names his squad on Saturday for the Euro 2004 warmup in Gothenburg on Wednesday. All rights reserved.

Cole to miss Sweden test
BBC News – Mar 26, 2004
But Eriksson could use England’s final away fixture before Euro 2004 to assess Knight, who has been linked with a call-up in the national press this week. Tottenham defender Ledley King scored in the 1-1 draw against Portugal and is hopeful of another outing. If Owen does not make the squad, Eriksson could give another striker a late opportunity to stake a claim for a place in the Euro 2004 squad, with Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe in the frame.

Double trouble for Allardyce
Telegraph.co.uk – Mar 27, 2004
Allardyce claimed Riley turned down Bolton appeals for a penalty and criticised him for awarding one to Middlesbrough, adding that he compounded the error by failing to spot that Boudewijn Zenden had touched the ball twice as he slipped while converting the penalty. “Manchester City manager Kevin Keegan will miss today’s Premiership match against Fulham after an injection to treat a serious back problem. City have also lost defender Daniel van Buyten for the rest of the season after he tore a groin muscle. Charlton have reported a loss of £690,000 for the six months to Dec 31 2003. This included an operating profit of £2… City have also lost defender Daniel van Buyten for the rest of the season after he tore a groin muscle. Charlton have reported a loss of £690,000 for the six months to Dec 31 2003. This included an operating profit of £2. 7 million but not the £10 million from Chelsea for Scott Parker. PSV Eindhoven have turned down a Tottenham offer of about £2 million for midfielder Mark van Bommel. Vinny Samways is to have his contract terminated by Walsall after failing to show for the last three matches after complaining of flu. Darlington manager David Hodgson yesterday claimed he was owed millions of pounds by the club, which is in administration, including a £118,000 loan and interest.

Blatter on collision course with G-14
go.com – Mar 27, 2004
‘The G-14, which includes European champions AC Milan,Manchester United and Real Madrid, issued a statement on March16 questioning the legality of FIFA’s player release rules. ‘The group has authorised its general manager to try toascertain if the current provisions of the FIFA regulations bywhich clubs are obliged to release players for no payment and atconditions unilaterally imposed by FIFA are an infringement oflaw with regard to fair-trading,’ it said. DIALOGUEThe G-14 has declared before that it wants compensation forthe release of players for international tournaments and isanxious to reach an agreement before Euro 2004 starts in June. ‘I’m sad with this, not angry,’ said Blatter. ‘I’m thepresident of probably the biggest movement in the world and forthem to put it in the court makes me sad. I say let’s have adialogue. ‘He said he had sent a letter to the G-14 asking to speak atone of their meetings but had ‘never received an answer’.

Green saves best for last
Telegraph.co.uk – Mar 28, 2004
Asked to name the goalkeeper he most admired when he was growing up, the 24-year-old did not nominate Peter Shilton or Peter Schmeichel or any other of the famous names from the recent past. He picked Laurence Batty, who played in goal for Woking in their FA Trophy wins in 1994, 1995 and 1997. “He used to be my hero,” said Green. “That was the team I watched as a kid. “It was a surprising yet straightforward answer from a hard-working professional who had proved his right to be in Sven-Goran Eriksson’s squad with… Then, in added time, Darren Huckerby threaded the ball through to Damien Francis and his cross fell for the unmarked Mathias Svensson at the back post. Norwich should have added to their lead – Huckerby missed a penalty after Gary Holt had been fouled and Francis spooned a shot over the bar from six yards – but they failed to do so, making Green’s save 13 minutes from time all the more important. It is still too early for Green to start dreaming of Euro 2004 but one man who will be representing England at the tournament, referee Mike Riley, made his presence felt with 10 bookings – two for Norwich and eight for Stoke.

Butt happy to stay | Man Utd | Premiership | Football | Sport |…
Telegraph.co.uk – Mar 26, 2004
Butt, 29, asked for a meeting with Sir Alex Ferguson before Christmas after losing his place in the centre of midfield to Phil Neville and slipping in the United midfield hierarchy, but has since enjoyed a run in the team after injuries to Roy Keane and the Brazilian Kleberson. Butt said: “It was always the case that I would only leave if it was right for me and right for the club. I sat down for chats with the manager over a two, three-week period and said I wasn’t happy with not playing. As long as I am playing for United I’ll be happy to stay but at the time I wasn’t in the team. We both agreed that if the right club for United and me came in then I could move on, but that wasn’t to be. I didn’t put in a transfer request as such… They’ve got a great manager in Steve Bruce but it just didn’t feel right for me. “Manchester City striker Nicolas Anelka is “under consideration” for a place in France’s Euro 2004 squad despite being omitted from next week’s friendly in Holland. Aston Villa have rejected a bid believed to be in the region of £30 million from former Manchester City defender Ray Ranson to take over the Midlands club. Scunthorpe manager Brian Laws has left the club by mutual consent Telford United’s pursuit of a record-breaking fourth FA Trophy triumph comes under the enormous shadow of possible receivership with debts of £600,000 announced yesterday.

Leeds laugh off Smith talk
BBC News – Mar 26, 2004
“But I still believe he has a future here. If we are in the Premiership, then it’s up to Alan and everybody else connected at the club to see which way we are going to go. ”

Smith’s agent Alex Black had earlier told BBC Sport the 23-year-old had not asked for a move at the end of the season. He said: “Alan hasn’t given any interviews to the press in the last few weeks so this cannot have come from him. ”

Newcastle have been heavily linked with a summer swoop with boss Sir Bobby Robson thought to be a keen admirer. Smith has seven caps for England but is unlikely to go to Euro 2004 in Portugal and it was suggested a move would enhance his international prospects… He said: “Alan hasn’t given any interviews to the press in the last few weeks so this cannot have come from him. ”

Newcastle have been heavily linked with a summer swoop with boss Sir Bobby Robson thought to be a keen admirer. Smith has seven caps for England but is unlikely to go to Euro 2004 in Portugal and it was suggested a move would enhance his international prospects.

A few good reasons for the Leafs’ declining regional audiences
Globe and Mail – Mar 26, 2004
"Last year stood out among all of the last five years as significantly higher," a TV executive said. The team-by-team regional audiences:The Canadiens rank second to Toronto, averaging 389,000 a game for their midweek games on RDS. However, the RDS telecasts go nationwide, while other the regional broadcasts of other teams do not. RDS’s Habs audience is down 11 per cent from last year’s 421,000. The Canucks are third, averaging 339,000 viewers compared with 280,000 last season, which is an increase of 21 per cent. The Calgary Flames are drawing 112,000 on Sportsnet, an increase of 32 per cent from last year’s 85,000. The Edmonton Oilers’ 97,000 average on Sportsnet is down 32 per cent from 143,000… On April 4, it has the Boston Bruins at New Jersey at 1 p. TSN has bought the rights to Euro 2004, the top-flight European soccer tournament. The network will air 23 games including the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final, beginning June 12. The studio panel will consist of host Vic Rauter, analyst Dick Howard and a second analyst to be chosen later. The Toronto Argonauts announced yesterday that Mojo Radio in Toronto will broadcast their games this season. Sportsnet will air a weekly 30-minute Argo show.

Smith recalled by Eriksson
Ananova – Mar 28, 2004
Eriksson was dealt a fresh injury worry with the news that Sol Campbell faces a fitness test on a groin problem ahead of Arsenal’s FA Cup fifth-round tie against Chelsea on Sunday. The England coach is already without the services of Rio Ferdinand and Jonathan Woodgate, while Gary Neville is also not deemed fit enough to join up with England despite playing, and being sent off after only 33 minutes, for Manchester United. Steven Gerrard has also not been included in the 24-man party to travel to Portugal as his partner is expecting their first child imminently. The midfielder could potentially still join up with the England squad, but Eriksson has given him compassionate leave to remain at home. Celtic midfielder Thompson is also at the hospital bedside of his expectant wife, but had missed out on a call-up in any case. The 30-year-old former Aston Villa player has been watched regularly by England scouts this season and was again monitored in Celtic’s 2-1 win over Dundee United. However, his Euro 2004 hopes are now clearly over as Eriksson has an abundance of midfield talent, with even Chelsea’s new recruit Parker missing out on a place in the squad… Celtic midfielder Thompson is also at the hospital bedside of his expectant wife, but had missed out on a call-up in any case. The 30-year-old former Aston Villa player has been watched regularly by England scouts this season and was again monitored in Celtic’s 2-1 win over Dundee United. However, his Euro 2004 hopes are now clearly over as Eriksson has an abundance of midfield talent, with even Chelsea’s new recruit Parker missing out on a place in the squad. That is because Paul Scholes, Kieron Dyer and Owen Hargreaves have all returned to the squad after injury. Michael Owen is also back after missing the friendly against Denmark last November, but James Beattie, who was a late call-up for that squad, has not been selected this time. One further absentee is Leicester keeper Ian Walker, who recently committed an embarrassing howler against Bolton. Although a recall for the veteran Nigel Martyn has been widely rumoured, Eriksson has great faith in Liverpool’s emerging young keeper Kirkland.

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