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April 24, 2004

Striker Mpenza takes Belgian break

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The News Review:

* On the Spot: ‘I used to have the hump for a few days’
* Voeller names familiar Germany squad
* ‘Keeping the football family together’
* Striker Mpenza takes Belgian break
* Sony, others carry burden of expectations in 04/05
* Liverpool end United’s reign
* France appears primed to take Euro 2004 final
* Promotion not enough for Svensson
* Porto holds Deportivo
* Poll won’t face FA sanctions
* Football: Stars to watch
* Stuttgart move up to second place
* Porto players rested for friendly
* Lampard eyes England role
* FC Porto and Deportivo draw
* Leicester 1-1 Man City
* Zdrilic ends Celtic’s run
* BBC SPORT | Football | My Club | Liverpool | Liverpool open Owen talks
* Denzil Lawson Senior Vice President, MasterCard International

On the Spot: ‘I used to have the hump for a few days’
Telegraph.co.uk – Apr 24, 2004
Now I deal with things straight away after the game, lock it away and go home. I have had some downs in my career but good times as well. My goal now is to stay up with Leicester and then go to Euro 2004 with England. “Now 32, Walker was first capped by Terry Venables before Euro 96 and he has subsequently worked under Glenn Hoddle, Kevin Keegan and now Sven-Goran Eriksson, all differing characters. “Terry liked having a laugh with the players. Glenn had his own way and beliefs. And we had all the business with Eileen Drewery [Hoddle’s faith-healer]… Glenn had his own way and beliefs. And we had all the business with Eileen Drewery [Hoddle’s faith-healer]. “If you were not one of the established players it was better to go and see her. Ray Parlour asked her for a ‘short back and sides’. That was a classic. I think that was the last Hoddle squad Ray saw.

Voeller names familiar Germany squad
go.com – Apr 22, 2004
friendly –>Updated: April 22, 2004Voeller names familiar Germany squad
Germany coach Rudi Voeller gave a strong indication of what his Euro 2004 squad would look like with a largely familiar list of names for next Wednesday’s friendly match against Romania. The game in Bucharest will be the last before Voellerassembles his squad for a training camp on May 24 ahead of Euro2004 and the 20 players picked on Thursday are likely to travelto Portugal. ‘Those who are in the squad are not 100 percent qualified(for Euro 2004) but they definitely have more chances than thosewho are not in there,’ Voeller said. Kaiserslautern striker Miroslav Klose and VfB Stuttgartdefender Andreas Hinkel, out injured, should be added to thesquad for the tournament that starts on June 12. Voeller, who will wait until after the final Bundesligaprogramme of the season on May 22 to name his 23-man Euro 2004squad, will also add a third goalkeeper to accompany BayernMunich’s Oliver Kahn and Arsenal’s Jens Lehmann. The Germany coach suggested that TSV 1860 Munich strikerBenjamin Lauth and Bayern Munich midfielder Sebastian Deislerwould probably not go to Portugal. ‘I will talk to them next week and see what the situation isbut there is a life after Euro 2004,’ he said.

‘Keeping the football family together’
uefa.comUEFA.com – Apr 23, 2004
“We have to cover everything from the grassroots to the top of the game, so we have to be professional when it comes to our top competitions, they have to be the best available. Sporting appeal”At the same time, the additional resources generated by those competitions has to be reinvested in football, and that means through the national associations,” Mr Olsson added, emphasising that the game must remain a sport, and not become a type of élite entertainment industry. Sound financesUEFA’s finances remain solid, the CEO explained, with not only the participating associations, but also the whole of European football benefiting from the revenue from this summer’s UEFA EURO 2004™. Mr Olsson stressed that the [UEFA] European Championship was becoming increasingly important within UEFA’s financial planning, and that the organisation was not as dependent upon the top European club competition, the UEFA Champions League, as it had been previously. UEFA says that proceeds from EURO 2004™ will reach at least €513m. 8m, with a turnover of €705m… Sound financesUEFA’s finances remain solid, the CEO explained, with not only the participating associations, but also the whole of European football benefiting from the revenue from this summer’s UEFA EURO 2004™. Mr Olsson stressed that the [UEFA] European Championship was becoming increasingly important within UEFA’s financial planning, and that the organisation was not as dependent upon the top European club competition, the UEFA Champions League, as it had been previously. UEFA says that proceeds from EURO 2004™ will reach at least €513m. 8m, with a turnover of €705m. Security taken seriouslyTurning to security matters at EURO 2004™, especially in the wake of recent events such as the bomb attacks in Madrid, Mr Olsson said that every possible measure was being put in place to combat potential security threats. “Our co-operation with the Portuguese government and national association has been excellent,” the UEFA CEO explained.

Striker Mpenza takes Belgian break
CNN – Apr 22, 2004
Mpenza had a meeting with Anthuenis to discuss his future after RTL-TVI television station said the striker wanted to stop playing international football for a while. Anthuenis is not expected to comment on the meeting before Friday when he will announce his squad for the friendly international against Turkey in Brussels on April 28. Belgium failed to qualify for the Euro 2004 finals, which start in June, and do not begin their 2006 World Cup campaign until September 4 when they host Lithuania.

Sony, others carry burden of expectations in 04/05
Forbes – Apr 22, 2004
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Despite criticism that it was late to the digital boom,
Sony continues to win share in fast-growing corners of the
electronics market, such as DVD recorders and flat-panel TVs,
while holding a strong position in digital video and still
cameras. Analysts say Sony must beware of falling prices as its
profit margins may be thinner than its rivals due to its late
start. “Prices are falling, but the cost of materials is rising,
so that’s not necessarily a great formula for profitability,”
said UFJ Tsubasa’s Yamamoto. Another company seen vulnerable to price falls is Sanyo
Electric Co Ltd, the world’s largest manufacturer of digital
cameras. Analysts forecast camera prices to drop by up to 20
percent this year from a year ago. Sanyo, which supplies cameras on an original equipment
manufacturer (OEM) basis to Nikon Corp and Olympus Corp, could
feel the heat from customers looking to squeeze profits as
prices drop… Sanyo, which supplies cameras on an original equipment
manufacturer (OEM) basis to Nikon Corp and Olympus Corp, could
feel the heat from customers looking to squeeze profits as
prices drop. The Athens Olympics and the Euro 2004 soccer championships
are seen driving demand for plasma TVs and DVD recorders, which
should play to Matsushita’s strengths as the Osaka-based
company holds almost 50 percent market share in both products. “Matsushita is not only gaining share, but it’s improving
profitability as well,” said Shinko’s Furumoto. Analysts say demand for plasma TVs and DVD recorders could
also help Pioneer Corp, which still relies on its car
electronics business for a majority of its profits. Flat-panel TVs only account for two percent of all sets in
existence, which means Sharp, the world’s largest maker of LCD
televisions, looks set to cash in on the switch to new screens.

Liverpool end United’s reign
rte.ie – Apr 24, 2004
Gerard Houllier’s side snatched all three points through Danny Murphy’s 62nd-minute penalty after Steven Gerrard’s impressive industry was rewarded when he was sent crashing by Gary Neville. With the Liverpool defence in one of its more obdurate moods, the visitors just about deserved their victory in a game which proved the TV planners were correct not to touch it. A toothless United side lacking Ruud van Nistelrooy did not threaten until a frenzied late spell, during which Ryan Giggs struck a post and Louis Saha sent two good chances wide. The armed police squads that surrounded the ground in the hours approaching kick-off were not supposed to be safeguarding the two goalmouths but that is how it felt during a closely contested opening period in which neither keeper had a decent shot to save. Given the terrorist threat that had apparently been thwarted by the 10 people arrested under the Prevention of Terrorism Act on Tuesday, fans of both clubs would no doubt agree personal safety was more important than goals, even on an occasion such as this. The lack of goalmouth action was nothing to do with the approach of either side. Both pushed forward whenever the opportunity allowed but no matter which route they took, it seemed the opposition defence had the answer… The lack of goalmouth action was nothing to do with the approach of either side. Both pushed forward whenever the opportunity allowed but no matter which route they took, it seemed the opposition defence had the answer. This was particularly true of Jamie Carragher and Wes Brown who, in front of England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson, enhanced their Euro 2004 claims by blotting out Cristiano Ronaldo and Michael Owen respectively. Ronaldo looked the most likely source of a United goal but on the odd occasion he did find space down the left flank, he failed to deliver a decent final ball. Sir Alex Ferguson’s hope that van Nistelrooy and Saha would have the chance to work on their already productive partnership floundered on the thigh strain picked up by the Dutchman in training yesterday that forced Giggs into an emergency attacking role. Giggs probably had the home side’s best chance in the opening 45 minutes, skipping between Carragher and Stephane Henchoz after Saha had flicked on Tim Howard’s goal-kick but volleying wide when he had slightly more time than he allowed himself. In the absence of an incisive attacking threat, it was interesting to see how the differing styles of Roy Keane and Gerrard impacted on the game.

France appears primed to take Euro 2004 final
Taipei Times – Apr 23, 2004
France is hot favorite to be the first. Although the French tossed away their World Cup title by getting knocked out in the first round of group games without scoring a goal, Jacques Santini’s team is unlikely to repeat the mistakes of 2002. They have the best players of the 16 Euro 2004 finalists, the most impressive record and a comparatively easy route to the semifinals. In Zinedine Zidane, Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, David Trezeguet and Robert Pires the French will have some of the most influential players in the championship. “We all hope we won’t fail like we did at the World Cup,” Henry said. “You need to be fresh. Look at the World Cup 2002… “The team that wins Euro 2004 will be the team with the most fresh players. ”
With 45 goals for club and country this season, Henry is being hailed ahead of Brazil’s Ronaldo as the world’s top striker. Not bad for someone who arrived at Arsenal as a winger. “I could still be a winger. But, thankfully for me, I am playing as a striker for Arsenal. It has changed my life,” said Henry who recently passed 150 goals for the Gunners by scoring four in one game against Leeds. Santini’s men go to the finals in Portugal as the only team to win all eight qualifying games.

Promotion not enough for Svensson
edp24.co.uk – Apr 24, 2004
“On a personal level Svensson is understandably delighted with the way things have panned out since a minor knee operation halted his early progress at Carrow Road. He had played just three games for the Canaries when he went under the surgeon’s knife, but has more than made up for lost time since returning to the starting line-up a little over a month ago – and the title isn’t the only thing in his sights as he prepares for the final run-in. “I’m still hoping to be in the Swedish squad for Euro 2004,” he said. “No one has spoken to me yet but the press in Sweden are raving that I should go. They asked the management and they said ‘He’s doing well and we’ll probably have to take a look at him’. But I haven’t got the call yet, and there isn’t another friendly before the squad for Portugal is announced so I guess it’s a long shot now. “If I knocked in another couple of goals against Watford on Saturday who knows? The chances are that I will be watching the competition back home in Sweden, but I’ve not given up hope yet… It’s the best run of goals I can remember in English football. “I said a little while ago ‘Just give me games, just give me football and everything else will come’. I’m getting there now, not 100 per cent, but I’m getting there.

Porto holds Deportivo
Hindu – Apr 23, 2004
Porto laboured to a 0-0 tie with Deportivo de La Coruna on Wednesday leaving Monaco as the only clear favourite to reach the Champions League final. The only surviving team to have won Europe’s most prestigious club competition, Porto hit the bar but failed to beat Depor’s goalkeeper in a low quality game at the new Stadium of the Dragon, refurbished for Euro 2004. Nuno Ribeiro `Maniche’ floated a 25-yard shot that hit the crossbar and Lithuanian striker Edgaras Jankauskas headed a rightwing freekick wide of the far post as Porto twice threatened to break the deadlock. Deportivo was reduced to 10-men four minutes from the end when Jorge Andrade, a former Porto player, foolishly kicked out at Deco in front of referee Markus Merk after being called for a foul and was sent off. Like Brazilian teammate Mauro Silva, Andrade’s partner in central defence who was booked in the game, will be suspended for the second leg on home turf. “It was very tense, very difficult… “We’ve got 90 minutes with the support of our home crowd to try and a get a historic result. “This type of match has a lot of tension and is very balanced. Both teams played with similar characteristics, not willing to take many risks. Now we have to try and finish it off,” Mauro added. Porto had knocked out Manchester United on the way to the semifinal and Deportivo had spectacularly come from 4-1 down to beat defending champion AC Milan 4-0 in the second leg of the quarterfinal. But there was a general lack of goalmouth incident in Wednesday’s game in stark contrast to Tuesday’s semifinal. Monaco, which ousted nine-time champion Real Madrid in the quarterfinals, played much of the second half with 10-men but still scored a 3-1 victory over favoured Chelsea.

Poll won’t face FA sanctions
rte.ie – Apr 24, 2004
The Old Trafford club were annoyed when Poll’s comments, made during an after-dinner speech, came to light and Neville complained on Tuesday that he was now a marked man among the refereeing fraternity. “Graham Poll didn’t upset me but once one referee has said something, the others will take note,” said the England full-back in the aftermath of his side’s 2-0 win over Charlton in which he was again yellow-carded by Steve Dunn. “When you think about diving I don’t believe the first player who comes to mind is me. ”
The complaints have been enough to raise speculation that the official, who was England’s representative at the last World Cup, may be charged with bringing the game into disrepute by the Football Association… Ironically, Poll was supposed to be taking charge of today’s clash between United and Liverpool at Old Trafford but was forced to pull out earlier in the week after picking up a hamstring problem. Instead, Mike Riley will step in for a game that will be watched by England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson. The Swede is one of a few national coaches to have spurned the opportunity of a game during the middle of the coming week, although no doubt he will be eager to look at the form of his Euro 2004 hopefuls, including United defender Wes Brown who has burst into the frame after a series of outstanding performances recently. Filed by Barry J Whyte.

Football: Stars to watch
BBC News – Apr 24, 2004
After the Azzuri failed to make it past the group stages at Euro 2004, critics wondered why coach Giovanni Trapattoni did not include last season’s leading Italian scorer in Serie A in the squad for Portugal. The youngster grabbed 23 goals in total – despite often being used as a second-string striker. As a result, many of Europe’s top clubs, including Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester United, Juventus and AS Roma, are apparently interested in acquiring his services. It is doubtful he will be sold cheaply, and a good Olympics should see his market value to rise. CARLOS TEVEZ, Argentina.

Stuttgart move up to second place
CNN International – Apr 24, 2004
Cologne, who lost 4-2 in Hamburg, remain bottom of the table and have only a theoretical chance of avoiding the drop. Hansa Rostock came from behind to beat Schalke 3-1, thereby all but ending Schalke’s hopes of qualifying for the UEFA Cup. Striker Martin Max scored a brace for the home side to move to 18 goals for the season and increase pressure on German coach Rudi Voeller to include the former Bundesliga top scorer in the German squad for Euro 2004, although Max has indicated that he does not want to be considered.

Porto players rested for friendly
CNN International – Apr 22, 2004
The friendly on April 28, Portugal’s last before Scolari names his Euro 2004 squad, falls six days before Porto travel to Deportivo Coruna for the second leg. Deportivo defender Jorge Andrade, who misses the return after being sent off in the goalless first match, was included in the 20-man squad named on Thursday. "Some players are not on the list because of the importance of them reaching the final of the Champions League," Scolari told a news conference. "Even though it creates difficulties for us, it’s important to leave them to think about the Champions League, because we understand that when they are on the national side, they have to concentrate on the national side. "The absence of five Porto regulars gives a chance other players to make a late case for inclusion in the host nation’s squad. VfB Stuttgart defender Fernando Meira, out of the reckoning since September, was given a surprise recall, along with Newcastle United midfielder Hugo Viana. Tottenham striker Helder Postiga was also included despite a lack of first-team chances at his English club… Tottenham striker Helder Postiga was also included despite a lack of first-team chances at his English club. Boavista defender Nuno Frechaut returns after injury. Scolari is due to announce his squad for Euro 2004, which runs from June 12 to July 4, on May 16. Portugal are in Group A in the tournament, along with Spain, Russia and Greece.

Lampard eyes England role
BBC News – Apr 23, 2004
“I want to be in the team, that’s for sure,” Lampard told Football Focus

“I’ll try to play well until the end of the season and hopefully then I’ll be in a position when the manager will consider me. ”

Lampard would appear to be behind David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Stephen Gerrard and Nicky Butt in England’s midfield. But the 25-year-old says he hopes to play an important role for England in Portugal even if he does not make the starting line-up. He said: “We are going there as a squad to try and win the tournament so to be disappointed not to start a game would be really selfish. “There are good players out there, players who have won a lot of things. “I’ll try and compete with them for the good of England and hopefully go there and put on a good show if I do play.

FC Porto and Deportivo draw
Taipei Times – Apr 23, 2004
PHOTO: AFP FC Porto labored to a 0-0 tie with Deportivo de La Coruna on Wednesday leaving Monaco as the only clear favorite to reach the Champions League final. The only surviving team to have won Europe’s most prestigious club competition, Porto hit the bar but failed to beat Depor’s goalkeeper in a low quality game at the new Stadium of the Dragon, refurbished for Euro 2004. Nuno Ribeiro “Maniche” floated a 25m shot that hit the crossbar and Lithuanian striker Edgaras Jankauskas headed a rightwing free kick wide of the far post as Porto twice threatened to break the deadlock. Deportivo was reduced to 10 men four minutes from the end when Jorge Andrade, a former Porto player, foolishly kicked out at Deco in front of referee Markus Merk after being called for a foul and was sent off. Like Brazilian teammate Mauro Silva, Andrade’s partner in central defense who was booked in the game, he will be suspended for the second leg on home turf. “It was very tense, very difficult… “We’ve got 90 minutes with the support of our home crowd to try and a get a historic result. “This type of match has a lot of tension and is very balanced. Both teams played with similar characteristics, not willing to take many risks. Now we have to try and finish it off,” Mauro added. The result was a major boost for Monaco coach Didier Deschamps, a former World Cup and European Championship winner with France, while Claudio Ranieri’s team needs a 2-0 victory on home soil to make it to its first Champions League final. The second legs are in two weeks time and the final is at Gelsenkirchen, Germany, May 26. English league
Norwich City returned to the Premier League for the first time in nine years on Wednesday after Sunderland lost 3-0 at Crystal Palace.

Leicester 1-1 Man City
BBC News – Apr 24, 2004
The returning Joey Barton bundled over the Scot in the seventh minute but Muzzy Izzet’s free-kick on the edge of the area flashed past his team-mates clustered in the box. Veteran striker Les Ferdinand forced England number one James to edge a flying header over the bar in the 23rd minute. But it was his fellow England goalkeeper Ian Walker who nearly dented his Euro 2004 claims at the other end two minutes later… The Frenchman surged forward but could not round Walker, who redeemed himself with a fingertip save at Anelka’s feet. But there was nothing he could do to prevent Tarnat delivering a killer blow on the stroke of half-time. Leicester skipper Izzet brought down Paolo Wanchope to concede a free-kick and the German’s low, fizzing strike took a slight deflection beyond Walker. Leicester’s frenzied attacking play after the break left them exposed at the back and Manchester City nearly grabbed a second.

Zdrilic ends Celtic’s run
The Age – Apr 23, 2004
Celtic manager Martin O’Neill rued the loss of his team’s formidable record, especially after coming through three Champions League and three UEFA Cup campaigns unscathed. “I’m disappointed to have lost our long unbeaten home record,” he said. “We’ve only lost three games in four years here and would have preferred if it had not happened so it’s disappointing. ” Meanwhile, FC Porto laboured to a 0-0 draw with Deportivo de La Coruna, leaving Monaco as the only clear favourite to reach the Champions League final. The only surviving team to have won Europe’s most prestigious club competition, Porto hit the bar but failed to beat Depor’s goalkeeper in a low-quality game at the new Stadium of the Dragon, refurbished for Euro 2004… “We’ve only lost three games in four years here and would have preferred if it had not happened so it’s disappointing. ” Meanwhile, FC Porto laboured to a 0-0 draw with Deportivo de La Coruna, leaving Monaco as the only clear favourite to reach the Champions League final. The only surviving team to have won Europe’s most prestigious club competition, Porto hit the bar but failed to beat Depor’s goalkeeper in a low-quality game at the new Stadium of the Dragon, refurbished for Euro 2004.

BBC SPORT | Football | My Club | Liverpool | Liverpool open Owen talks
BBC News – Apr 22, 2004
Club chief executive Rick Parry met Owen’s agent Tony Stephens a week ago to discuss a new long-term deal. Owen, 24, only has one year left on his current ?60,000-a-week contract and would be free to negotiate a Bosman-style free transfer away from Anfield. He has already been linked with moves to Real Madrid and Chelsea this season. Ideally, Liverpool would like Owen to sign a new deal before he heads off to Portugal with England for the European Championship, where his stock could rise further with a successful tournament… To that end, Liverpool have scheduled further talks with the player’s representative in May. The Anfield board are said to be ready to smash the club’s wage structure to make Owen’s the highest paid player in Liverpool’s history on ?90,000-a-week. However, Owen has previously insisted his main concern over signing a new deal is not about the money on offer to him but whether the club are ready to spend big to win honours. And the forward is also keen for manager Gerard Houllier to change the way the team play, with Owen receiving support from a regular strike partner and the midfield area.

Denzil Lawson Senior Vice President, MasterCard International
AME Info – Apr 22, 2004
‘We launched four Islamic credit cards across the Middle East and North Africa region in 2003,’ says Mr. ‘The cards offer consumers that can not use standard credit cards for religious reasons a new payment solution with no compromise to Sharia Law. ‘We have Al-Tayseer with the Kuwait Finance House, Al Khair with Samba Group, while in Bahrain the Shamil Bank has developed the Al-Rubban Islamic card. And the National Commercial Bank in Saudi Arabia has also designed an Islamic program for its cardholders. We are working on Islamic card launches in Dubai right now. ‘
MasterCard is also moving big time into corporate sponsorships, and sponsored the Dubai Desert Classic golf tournament locally this year and will sponsor the Channels retail banking event this weekend and the Cards Middle East conference in May… ‘The regional office is building the brand here,’ explains Mr. Lawson who joined MasterCard in 2002 from ANZ where he was most recently Head of International Electronic Banking. ‘But worldwide we have some of the biggest sponsorships such as football’s 2006 World Cup and Euro 2004. ‘
There will also be some interesting new products from MasterCard. For instance a pilot scheme is already running for a radio frequency embedded chip card that will automatically pay-up at a petrol station without needing to be swiped. Another is a quick payment solution for use at fast food outlets that does not require verification and so is quick to use for small transactions. ‘We also want to get to the un-banked population,’ says Mr.

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