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July 17, 2004

Our love of the game eclipses championship

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The News Review:

* Crickomania: Back to pitch fever
* Soccer rules not on pace with game
* Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
* Our love of the game eclipses championship
* Nelly gets energized
* Offside, 16 July
* FA to step up drug testing
* Dark days in Deutschland
* Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
* Frei earns three match ban for spitting
* SOCCER: Raul would welcome Vieira
* Mourinho gets a lesson at Oxford
* FIFA World Cup – News & Features
* Raul would welcome Vieira signing
* Indian referee for Athens
* Birch adds to Everton blues
* Levet would love a win without Claret in jug
* O’Shea’s US target

Crickomania: Back to pitch fever
Times of India – Jul 17, 2004
But the sports lovers tryst with
the telly is surely not over yet. After Euro 2004 and Wimbledon, it’s the men in
blue who are calling the shots again as the Asia Cup gains momentum in Sri
Lanka. The continent’s biggest cricket show already has Ahmedabad’s
cricket enthusiasts like budding engineer Viral Parikh, glued to the Tv sets. “The next few weeks, it’s going to be all cricket,” he says.

Soccer rules not on pace with game
SLAM! Sports – Jul 16, 2004
Even their chests and occasionally, their knees. But what about them being able to get their arms into the game to boost offence?
A thought came to mind while watching Euro 2004 — why not a one-handed throw-in?
It seems here the endless complaining about lack of scoring in the game might be quieted through more scoring chances via a one-armed throw. The normal two-handed, feet-on-the-ground return of the ball from out of bounds would be maintained, but the returner could have the option, in the offensive half, of delivering it one-handed. A lot of players can loft a two-hander into the goalmouth from the sideline near the goalmouth to create a scoring chance. Some could do the same thing one-handed from well out near midfield, thereby setting up a similar chance. Close observers noticed that during Euro 2004, there were some players doing it anyway, in a cleverly disguised way.

Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
Daily Times – Jul 16, 2004
Blatter, the powerful president of football?s world governing body FIFA, said he did not think top players from soccer?s major powers had arrived at the Euros in Portugal too exhausted to perform at their peak. Italy, Spain, Germany, France and England all bowed out before the semi-finals of Euro 2004, which was won by 80-1 outsiders Greece in the biggest upset in international football history. But Blatter, who is in China to attend the opening of the Asian Cup here Saturday, said Greece?s shock victory showed only that the gap between the established powers and the chasing pack had been erased. ?We need the big stars in the competitions and they were there (in Portugal)… ?We need the big stars in the competitions and they were there (in Portugal). But don?t forget that football is a team sport and it was the team that was organised the best and at the highest level that was finally the winner,? he told CNN in a live interview monitored here. ?The stars are still there even if they are not in the winning team. This is the wonderful thing we have realised in the last 25 years ? that there are no more big teams. Everybody can beat everybody. ? But while Blatter dismissed the theory that Greece?s victory owed much to tiredness he acknowledged that the demands placed on top professionals were too great. ?I do not think that some of the players were more or less fatigued than others,? Blatter said.

Our love of the game eclipses championship
chinadaily.com.cn – Jul 17, 2004
Today’s opening of the Asian Cup is thus not very well timed. But soccer is indigenous. No matter how talented European and South American stars are or how splendid Euro 2004 was, Asian fans, including the Chinese, always cherish their own tournament on their own soil. The fact that even after a string of scandals in the domestic league, thousands of fans have still bought tickets only underlines that point.

Nelly gets energized
Calgary Sun – Jul 17, 2004
Nelly Furtado is on the road with a new album, Folklore, and a young daughter. Part of the boost is thanks to her recent European working vacation, which took the Canadian singer-songwriter to some of Europe’s biggest festivals, not to mention Euro 2004 in Portugal. “It was very surreal,” says Furtado of the recently completed soccer tournament. “It was an experience and a half, just to be in the city and just to be around the energy. ”Furtado was invited to the finals of the tournament to perform her track Forca, which she had been asked to write as the official Euro 2004 anthem, presumably because the Victoria native is of Portuguese descent. “I’m so glad I did it,” she says.

Offside, 16 July
Spiked – Jul 16, 2004
With the honourable exception of Pavel Nedved, all of Europe’s galacticos, notably Zidane, Henry, Figo, Beckham, Raul, and Totti, were hugely disappointing in Portugal. How do we explain this? Is the congested European football calendar too demanding for Europe’s elite footballers? ‘Overpaid and overplayed, the Continent’s luminaries docked in Lisbon, Faro and Oporto as empty vessels’, wrote Henry Winter in the Daily Telegraph. The Guardian’s Kevin McCarra complained that Euro 2004 ‘did nothing to allay worries that these tournaments are an afterthought for jaded players’. I don’t buy the excuse that players were tired. Portugal’s team included players who had taken part in Porto’s victorious Champions League campaign but they showed no signs of fatigue. Is it the case that football’s world order is being turned on its head? Certainly, the gap between the traditional powers and the rest is narrowing thanks to the Champions League, which has driven up standards in countries like Turkey and Greece. But this levelling up of quality across Europe still does not excuse the abject failure of the stronger European nations to raise their game… Portugal’s team included players who had taken part in Porto’s victorious Champions League campaign but they showed no signs of fatigue. Is it the case that football’s world order is being turned on its head? Certainly, the gap between the traditional powers and the rest is narrowing thanks to the Champions League, which has driven up standards in countries like Turkey and Greece. But this levelling up of quality across Europe still does not excuse the abject failure of the stronger European nations to raise their game. Greece were undoubtedly a very well-drilled team, but watching France and Portugal labour in vain to break down their defence you would have thought they had never encountered man-markers before. Most football pundits could barely conceal their disappointment as Greece stifled more attractive opponents. To his credit, Portugal’s coach Luiz Felipe Scolari refused to criticise Greek spoiling tactics. ‘It is up to us, as the more offensive team, to find a way through these defensive systems’, said Big Phil.

FA to step up drug testing
Telegraph.co.uk – Jul 15, 2004
Ferdinand was banned for eight months after failing to attend a random test at Manchester United’s training ground. The ban cost Ferdinand his place at Euro 2004 and after a failed appeal, the defender will not return to action until Sept 20. The review into the use of illegal substances in football, undertaken by a panel headed by Lord Coe, concluded that there was no systematic use of performance-enhancing drugs in England, with only one positive test, for nandrolone, during the 2002-03 campaign. In the final draft of his report, Lord Coe also stated that any player who failed to turn up for a random test – as Ferdinand did last September – should be subjected to unannounced target testing over a prolonged period of time.

Dark days in Deutschland
go.com – Jul 16, 2004
But there was little concern, because ? as if on cue ? the perfect coach was available: Ottmar Hitzfeld. However, if the rumour-mongers are to be believed, Gerhard Mayer-Vorfelder, the president of the DFB, hesitated in taking the obvious route, because his own first choice was Christoph Daum. As far as we know, Mayer-Vorfelder did not get in touch with Daum (contrary to initial reports), but he must have tested the waters, only to find there was widespread opposition to Daum within the DFB due to the cocain scandal of 2000. (A memorable reader’s letter to kicker magazine moaned: ‘Oh Christoph! If you had been a drinker and fathered a few illegitimate children, there wouldn’t be any problems. ‘ That was a reference to Mayer-Vorfelder’s fondness for wine from Baden and Franz Beckenbauer’s impressive fertility. )So the president began talks with Hitzfeld, and on June 1st, the magazine Sport-Bild announced the deal was done and that Hitzfeld would earn 4m Euros a year until 2006. On the evening of the same day, Hitzfeld phoned Mayer-Vorfelder to say he was sorry but had to decline the offer on account of mental fatigue… In any case, many people blamed Mayer-Vorfelder for Hitzfeld’s reaction. That may be unfounded, but it was the final straw nonetheless for the score of DFB-officials who had been inwardly seething at the ageing president’s paternal and often tactless way of conducting business. (During the final of Euro 2004, the whole of Mayer-Vorfelder’s entourage occupied the VIP box, including his children and their partners, while other high-ranking officials were exposed to the sun and heat in the opposite stand. If you don’t see why that is such a problem, you haven’t had to deal with functionaries much. )During an emergency meeting on July 5th, the day after Otto Rehhagel won Euro 2004 with Greece, the DFB formed a four-man Coach Finding Commission (believe it or not, but that’s what it’s called), publicly led by Beckenbauer. It was the first sign that Mayer-Vorfelder was no longer the top dog, and during the course of the week, he was basically stripped of his power when Theo Zwanziger, at 59 twelve years younger than Mayer-Vorfelder, became the DFB’s ‘Managing President’.

Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
Daily Times – Jul 15, 2004
Construction delays at many venues led the International Olympic Committee to read the riot act as fears grew Athens was going to miss its deadline. But the last three months have seen a marked improvement. Although scaffolding is still to be seen throughout most of the city and a key railway line will not be operational until two weeks before D Day, both the government and Olympic officials are now confident everything will be ready in time. However, embarrassed government officials were at pains to stress that the Games could not be disrupted by the type of massive power failure that threw the country in chaos on Monday, given the number of back-up generators. The blackout, described as the worst in 10 years, left millions sweltering in sizzling temperatures and emergency services working overtime. The failure, which cut off electricity supplies for five hours in some areas, was blamed on human error by embarrassed officials. A surge in air conditioner use during a heatwave which has gripped Greece since last week was also suspected… The failure, which cut off electricity supplies for five hours in some areas, was blamed on human error by embarrassed officials. A surge in air conditioner use during a heatwave which has gripped Greece since last week was also suspected. Greece?s astonishing triumph in the Euro 2004 soccer championships has even raised confidence that all the unsold tickets will be snapped up before opening night. Violence in Iraq and the Middle East, sparking fears of a terrorist attack at the first Summer Games since September 11, has been blamed on the inability to sell almost two-thirds of the tickets. Thousands of guards have begun taking up position as Greece?s one billion euro ($1. 2 billion) plan for protecting Athens from an attack during the August Olympics takes shape. Greece expects to deploy 70,000 personnel while NATO will provide surveillance planes, its Mediterranean fleet and a biochemical warfare unit to safeguard the Games.

Frei earns three match ban for spitting
go.com – Jul 15, 2004
UEFA had initially cleared Frei of any offence, when pictures provedinconclusive at his first hearing, but video evidence then materialised whichprompted further action. An appeal from UEFA against their own disciplinary body’s initial findings waslaunched, and Frei was provisionally suspended for 15 days on June 21, ahead ofthe hearing which has produced Thursday’s announcement. Switzerland’s final Euro 2004 group game, against France on June 21, counts asone game of the suspension, but the forward will now be forced to sit out hiscountry’s opening two World Cup qualifying matches, as the match applies only tocompetitive games. Frei will therefore sit out the Swiss’ game at home to the Faroe Islands onSeptember 4, as well as the visit of the Republic of Ireland four days later. A UEFA statement confirmed: ‘Taking into account all the circumstances theappeals body considered a three-match ban appropriate. ‘Also in the opinion of the appeals body, there was no evidence for adisciplinary infringement on the side of the Swiss Football Association(ASF). ‘The Swiss FA were scathing in their criticism of Frei once it was confirmedthat he had committed an offence against Gerrard… ‘Also in the opinion of the appeals body, there was no evidence for adisciplinary infringement on the side of the Swiss Football Association(ASF). ‘The Swiss FA were scathing in their criticism of Frei once it was confirmedthat he had committed an offence against Gerrard. Their president, Ralph Zloczower, said at the time: ‘He did not tell us thetruth and we cannot tolerate this kind of behaviour from any of our players. ‘Switzerland exited after the group stages at Euro 2004, with England andFrance progressing from Group B. Your views on this story?.

SOCCER: Raul would welcome Vieira
U.TV – UTV – Jul 17, 2004
“These are decisions that I leave to other people. “Raul`s is a classic Madrid tactic, that has been used consistently during recent years to lure other `Galacticos` like Zidane, Ronaldo and Luis Figo to the Bernabeu. On those occasions, Madrid players said publicly that they would welcome players such as Zidane and Ronaldo to the club, and Raul is now doing the same with Vieira. The Spain international, who was badly out of form in Euro 2004 as Spain were eliminated at the group stage, also had flattering words for a current Madrid player – England captain David Beckham… “Raul`s is a classic Madrid tactic, that has been used consistently during recent years to lure other `Galacticos` like Zidane, Ronaldo and Luis Figo to the Bernabeu. On those occasions, Madrid players said publicly that they would welcome players such as Zidane and Ronaldo to the club, and Raul is now doing the same with Vieira. The Spain international, who was badly out of form in Euro 2004 as Spain were eliminated at the group stage, also had flattering words for a current Madrid player – England captain David Beckham. Beckham was signed for ?25million last summer as president Florentino Perez`s fourth `Galactico` but, after a promising start, Beckham failed to demonstrate that he should be bracketed alongside players like Zidane, Ronaldo, Figo and Raul. Like Raul, Beckham had a poor Euro 2004, but Raul believes the former Manchester United player can regain his best form in the coming season. “I have seen David and he looks very well,” said Raul. “He is rested and, like all of us who were involved in Euro 2004, he has turned the page.

Mourinho gets a lesson at Oxford
Telegraph.co.uk – Jul 17, 2004
When he left the field in Germany last May, having lifted the Champions League trophy in what was to prove his final match as coach of FC Porto, Mourinho could not have envisaged that Oxford United’s Kassam Stadium would provide his next dugout. “I could not ask for more,” Mourinho said… Kezman hit the bar and Eidur Gudjohnsen headed wide before former Chelsea midfielder Rob Wolleaston played the ball in to Mooney, who fired with such force that Carlo Cudicini could not nothing about it. Chelsea understandably raised their game after the interval and Kezman finally scored from Gudjohnsen’s pass to reduce the embarrassment. With some of his players still resting after their exploits at Euro 2004, Mourinho will believe the real work starts this week when Chelsea tour the United States, facing Celtic, AC Milan and Roma. By then he will have his squad for the season in place, with the Marseilles forward Didier Drogba and Benfica midfielder Tiago poised to join, though he made no comment about stories linking him with Arsenal’s Patrick Vieira. On this evidence, Mourinho should be looking for wingers as a priority – after all, he has the funds to buy whoever he wants. Match detailsOxford United: C Tardif (S Cox 46); D Mackay (L Molyneaux 80), M Robinson (T Parker 46), L Roget (C Hackett 52), D Woozley (A Garner 80); B Quinn (P Wanless 60), D Brown (M E’Beyer 46), R Wolleaston (D Morgan 60), S Basham (J Louis 52); T Mooney (Mourinho Alexis 60), L Bradbury (J Alsop 6, J Brooks 83). Chelsea: C Cudicini, G Johnson, R Huth, S Watt, C Babayaro; J Cole (F Oliveira 46), S Parker, Geremi (F Morais 83), A Smertin (C Rocastle 75); M Kezman, E Gudjohnsen.

FIFA World Cup – News & Features
uefa.comUEFA.com – Jul 15, 2004
“We have a great national coach and this defeat serves to teach us something important for the future. “Scolari stays onLuiz Felipe Scolari has agreed to stay on board to lead Portugal through their coming qualifying campaign, and despite the imminent retirement of a number of key internationals, Costinha maintains that “the next players to wear the Portuguese shirt will be as good as the ones retiring now”. Greek defeatWhile Costinha still has faith in his side’s future, he could not help but look back upon the final at the Estádio da Luz with a certain sense of disbelief. “No disrespect to the Greeks’ victory but I think that for everything we did in the final and the rest of the tournament, we deserved to lift the trophy. “Lucky breaksHowever, he could not deny that fortune and good timing had helped make Greece into champions. “Anyone who saw their game against the Czech Republic, saw great saves from Antonios Nikolopidis, a ball hit the post and the last-minute goal that put them in the final. “Masterful tacticsNonetheless, Costinha could not deny that Greece’s tactics paid dividends.

Raul would welcome Vieira signing
go.com – Jul 16, 2004
Vieira has been strongly linked with a move to Madrid this week and, after hiscountryman Zinedine Zidane was believed to have urged Vieira to leave London,Raul also backed the proposed signing. ‘All I can say is that Vieira is a great player and that he would be receivedwell here,” said Raul. ‘But now is not the time to talk about players who are not here. ‘These are decisions that I leave to other people. ”Raul’s is a classic Madrid tactic, that has been used consistently duringrecent years to lure other `Galacticos’ like Zidane, Ronaldo and Luis Figo tothe Bernabeu. On those occasions, Madrid players said publicly that they would welcomeplayers such as Zidane and Ronaldo to the club, and Raul is now doing the samewith Vieira. The Spain international, who was badly out of form in Euro 2004 as Spain wereeliminated at the group stage, also had flattering words for a current Madridplayer – England captain David Beckham… ”Raul’s is a classic Madrid tactic, that has been used consistently duringrecent years to lure other `Galacticos’ like Zidane, Ronaldo and Luis Figo tothe Bernabeu. On those occasions, Madrid players said publicly that they would welcomeplayers such as Zidane and Ronaldo to the club, and Raul is now doing the samewith Vieira. The Spain international, who was badly out of form in Euro 2004 as Spain wereeliminated at the group stage, also had flattering words for a current Madridplayer – England captain David Beckham. Beckham was signed for ?25million last summer as president Florentino Perez’sfourth `Galactico’ but, after a promising start, Beckham failed to demonstratethat he should be bracketed alongside players like Zidane, Ronaldo, Figo andRaul. Like Raul, Beckham had a poor Euro 2004, but Raul believes the formerManchester United player can regain his best form in the coming season. ‘I have seen David and he looks very well,” said Raul. ‘He is rested and, like all of us who were involved in Euro 2004, he hasturned the page.

Indian referee for Athens
Calcutta Telegraph – Jul 15, 2004
33m but soon hit the trough recording just 5. 93m in his second jump. Though he tried to improve in his last try (7. 19m), but it was not enough. Arjuna postponement

New Delhi: The Arjuna Awards ceremony, held every year at Rashtrapati Bhavan here on August 29, is most likely to be postponed this time since most of the sportspersons will be away in Athens for the Olympics. Highly-placed sources in the sports ministry said a letter had been sent to President A… Abdul Kalam requesting to postpone the ceremony in view of the Olympics. The committee for screening the awardees has also not been put into place and it is unlikely that the awards would be declared before September. Georgy Yartsev keeps his job

Moscow: Russia head coach Georgy Yartsev kept his job on Tuesday after a woeful showing at Euro 2004, but suffered the indignity of having orange juice thrown at him in protest, Russian media reported. ?Greetings from the National Bolshevik Party,? the juice-throwing protester shouted as he was dragged away from a news conference by security, RIA Novosti news agency reported. The man also yelled ?Russian football without Koloskov,? a reference to Russian Football Union (RFU) president Vyacheslav Koloskov, who was also hit in the juice attack. Interfax news agency said the protester threw leaflets with the slogan ?Sink the unsinkable!? as he was ejected. Becks? kick soaring

Madrid: The ball that David Beckham blasted into the stands when he missed a penalty in England?s Euro 2004 shootout defeat by Portugal has attracted a bid of over 2.

Birch adds to Everton blues
Telegraph.co.uk – Jul 17, 2004
Birch’s reputation as a financial trouble-shooter had seen him perform similar roles at Chelsea and Leeds United over the past 18 months, but his departure from Goodison now leaves Everton on the brink of a potentially damaging boardroom battle. However, Birch’s decision to resign his post is believed to be a result of growing tensions within the boardroom, rather than any Rooney-related spats with manager David Moyes, which ultimately left his hands tied in his new role. Birch’s preference for attracting new investment from outside the club would likely have left current board members with little to show for their own investment when securing the club from former chairman Peter Johnson in 1999. One influential board member, Paul Gregg, who worked with Kenwright to buy the club through the company True Blue Holdings who own more than 70 per cent of Everton, broke ranks in the local media yesterday ahead of Birch’s departure by calling for changes at the club. Gregg said: “To live up to everybody’s expectations, we have got to change and I believe we will get support for the changes… Gregg said: “To live up to everybody’s expectations, we have got to change and I believe we will get support for the changes. The constitution of True Blue makes it very difficult for other investors to be part of Everton Football Club because the control of the club is within True Blue. “At the moment, investors could put money into the club, but still not have a voice in how it goes forward if they are not part of True Blue. “Gregg’s demand for action is understood to contradict Kenwright and Birch’s plans to revitalise the club, prompting Birch to resign from his position. However, Kenwright is hopeful of persuading Birch to continue in an advisory role at Goodison Park. Meanwhile, an 11th minute goal from striker Kevin Campbell gave Everton a 1-0 victory in a tour match against Serbo-Montenegro outfit FK Zeleznik. Campbell followed up a Steve Watson header which had been well saved by the home goalkeeper, Oliver Kovacevic.

Levet would love a win without Claret in jug
Telegraph.co.uk – Jul 17, 2004
But although the sky rained on his parade, not much else seemed to get under his skin. The joker had his poker face on. Levet isn’t just a personality, he’s many personalities. He describes them as good Thomas, normal Thomas and bad Thomas. But there is also multilingual Thomas, who is learning Japanese and who cheekily talked to Justin Rose in Portuguese after England had lost to the hosts at Euro 2004… Levet isn’t just a personality, he’s many personalities. He describes them as good Thomas, normal Thomas and bad Thomas. But there is also multilingual Thomas, who is learning Japanese and who cheekily talked to Justin Rose in Portuguese after England had lost to the hosts at Euro 2004. And there is funny Thomas who replied to the question why.

O’Shea’s US target
manchesteronline.co.uk – Jul 16, 2004
“If you look at our games against Arsenal last season, I don’t think anyone could say there is that much between the teams. “We should have beaten them at home but missed a penalty in injury-time, the league match at Highbury was fairly even and then we beat them in the semi at Villa Park, so although the gap was quite big at the end of the season, there is very little in it. If O’Shea does not make the trip, United boss Sir Alex Ferguson could find himself short of options for the early stages of the tour as the members of his squad who took part in Euro 2004 have not returned for pre-season training either yet. The departure of defender Mark Lynch to Sunderland reduces his squad still further, which means the likes of Paul Scholes, the Neville brothers and Nicky Butt – whose future at Old Trafford remains open to question – could yet find themselves making the journey, part of a hectic pre-season campaign which also includes the Vodafone Cup and the Community Shield clash with Arsenal on August 8, just four days before a vital Champions League qualifier.

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