Euro 2012 – Ukraine and Poland

August 7, 2004

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The News Review:

* Paper Talk: FA sits on 5,000 Euro seats
* A revamped Bayern looks runaway favourite
* Prosecutors say released are ‘one-sided’ Scholes announces…
* Sport | Telegraph
* Sven the survivor limps on
* Viduka’s stay ended by injury
* Teenage England star out to cement his reputation, but where?
* Mad Brit Diary England should show Sven the door.
* Lizarazu not fit to start season
* BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | Rooney doubt for qualifiers
* English Premier League set for bumper season
* A revamped Bayern looks like runaway favorite
* Can Africans claim Olympic gold triple?
* Asian Cup Finals Fever Hits Capital
* Athens soccer squeezed into busy year
* Terry has not seen the last of Prso
* EURO 2004: England won’t win Euro 2004
* Cristiano Ronaldo will be one of the top attractions
* Ferguson on defensive over transfer talk
* Marseille v Bordeaux: Preview

Paper Talk: FA sits on 5,000 Euro seats
Telegraph.co.uk – Aug 6, 2004
While England supporters are paying up to £600 for seats on the black market, the FA is letting tickets go to waste because it has not had time for security checks on people wanting the buy them. According to The Sun, England’s players will earn £100,000 each if they are knocked out of Euro 2004 in the group stage, more than the £70,000 the Germans will get for winning the championship. If David Beckham’s team win in Lisbon on July 4, each player will receive £250,000, costing the FA almost £6 million. England have called in a sleep guru to make sure they are comfortable in bed at night, reports The Daily Star.

A revamped Bayern looks runaway favourite
Jamaica Observer – Aug 7, 2004
Matthias Sammer returned to coach a club he once led to the Bundesliga title as a player. Dortmund hired a Dutch coach, Bert van Marwijk, to replace Sammer but the financially strapped club made few acquisitions and will miss Frings. Germany’s early ouster from Euro 2004 has not dampened enthusiasm for the Bundesliga and the clubs are reporting record advance ticket sales. Talk Back

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Prosecutors say released are ‘one-sided’ Scholes announces…
Turkish Daily News – Turkish Daily News (subscription) – Aug 5, 2004
There was no testimony in the documents from a prosecution expert on the issue. But in a court filing made public Tuesday, prosecutors indicated they may present their own DNA expert who would testify semen stains on cotton can persist long after washing. Flannigan said she could not provide more details on the expert’s background. Bryant, 25, has pleaded not guilty to felony sexual assault, saying he had consensual sex with the woman, now 20, at a Vail-area resort last summer. If convicted, he faces four years to life in prison or 20 years to life on probation, and a fine up to $750,000. The judge has said the defense can present evidence about the woman’s sexual activities in the three days before a July 1, 2003, hospital exam, saying it is relevant to help determine the cause of her injuries, the source of DNA evidence and her credibility. Legal analysts were divided on what impact the new information would have… "This is a decision I have not taken lightly," he said in a statement released on Manchester United’s Web site. "I have been considering retiring from international football for a while now. "Euro 2004 was fantastic, but afterwards I felt the time was right for myself and my family to make it my last England appearance. "I would like to thank everyone at England for the wonderful years I had playing for the team and all the experience I gained. I wish them all the best and good luck for the future. "

Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson, who has always maintained Scholes and captain Roy Keane were his most influential players even in the David Beckham years, knew the decision was coming. "I discussed it with Paul before the (Euro 2004) championship and I said to him he must speak with Sven," Ferguson said.

Sport | Telegraph
Telegraph.co.uk – Aug 6, 2004
Both played at the recent Under-21 European Championship in Germany, but are not included in the official list of 23 players submitted for the tournament. Pranjic, who plays for NK Osijek, and Lucic of Cibalia Vinkovci could be included if any of the 23 withdraw through injury prior to the tournament. DenmarkA family illness has delayed Chelsea winger Jesper Gronkjaer’s arrival in Portugal, and Danish fears are mounting that the 26-year-old may miss Euro 2004 completely. Coach Morten Olsen has retained Gronkjaer in his squad, effectively reducing his squad to 22 players. “I have talked to Jesper and I fully understand his wish to stay at home with his family, until he feels he can travel,” Olsen said… Ljungberg and Mellberg both missed Monday’s session because of respective foot problems while Edman could only manage half an hour before he was forced to stop after feeling faint and tired. However the trio returned to action on Tuesday, leaving only Mattias Jonson, who is struggling with a cold, and Erik Wahlstedt, who is back in Sweden awaiting the birth of his child, as the only absentees. SwitzerlandCoach Jakob Kuhn still believes his side can cause an upset at Euro 2004, despite watching them struggle to overcome Liechtenstein. Daniel Gygax’s injury-time strike gave Switzerland the narrowest of victories against their neighbours to ensure they head for Portugal on a winning note. The boot will be on the other foot at the tournament next week with Switzerland unfancied against holders France, England and Croatia, but Kuhn feels the tag of underdogs can work to their advantage. “We were saving goals for the European Championship,” he said after the Liechtenstein episode.

Sven the survivor limps on
BBC News – Aug 5, 2004
It is clear, despite the brief statement that kept Eriksson in his job, that figures within the FA would happily see him become part of England’s football history. This is, by no means, a complete victory for Eriksson. He is not exactly a lame duck, but there can be no doubt he has sustained some serious wounds as a result of the farcical mess English football has found itself in. He no longer has unanimous FA support. He knows he is no longer fireproof, despite some glowing testimonies to his credentials as a coach from David Davies on the steps of Soho Square. But still Sven the survivor limps on, his journey eased by the more than adequate cushion of a ?4m-a-year contract, awarded in blind panic by his paymasters as a bizarre reward for his gross disloyalty in talking to Chelsea behind England’s back. The man known as “the rubber wall” in Sweden – everything just bounces back off him – is still on his feet… The FA allowed a personal matter to mushroom out of control when, as one respected observer so rightly put it, the response should have been “so what?”

But just in case Eriksson felt too smug about the verdict delivered, he should be warned that knives are out and will only be sharpened further should anything less than six points be produced from World Cup qualifiers in Poland and Austria in early September. Eriksson is now something of a figure of ridicule off the pitch, and on it has been exposed as a coach of limited ability. The irony is that if the FA had not ludicrously awarded him a new deal in exchange for betrayal, they could have made their judgements on football matters shortly after Euro 2004 and sent Eriksson packing. But having a coach that is too expensive to sack, then botching a plot to discredit him – plus a lack of alternatives – left Eriksson holding all the aces after the final piece of dirty laundry had been aired. Eriksson, however, is damaged goods and forces inside Soho Square have been revealed to be against him. On purely professional grounds, Eriksson is a very lucky man still to be in his job. He stabbed Claudio Ranieri in the back by discussing a move to Chelsea and made the FA look fools.

Viduka’s stay ended by injury
Telegraph.co.uk – Aug 5, 2004
If he has, then his sending off last week is a disappointing way for him, and for the football club, to finish his career. “Sven-Goran Eriksson, the England coach, has written to every Premiership club, warning that his players should not take part in post-season testimonials ahead of Euro 2004. However, he has given his go-ahead for any England player to play a small role in Martin Keown’s testimonial at Highbury on May 17. A Football Association spokesman said: “Sven has written to all Premier League managers, stating that he would prefer all England players not to take part in testimonial games between the end of the season and the squad gathering on May 23 ahead of Euro 2004. “Meanwhile, Eriksson has received an encouraging progress report on Gareth Southgate’s recovery from a knee injury that had threatened his participation at Euro 2004. The Middlesbrough captain’s rehabilitation is gathering pace and he is now setting his sights on returning to England action in the friendly with Japan on June 1.

Teenage England star out to cement his reputation, but where?
San Diego Union Tribune – Aug 5, 2004
August 5, 2004

LONDON – Wayne Rooney is discovering that replacing David Beckham as English soccer’s darling has its pitfalls. But, after starring at the European Championship, he’s stealing the headlines. With Beckham’s star falling after claims of infidelity, a hit-and-miss season at Madrid and a poor Euro 2004, it’s the stocky, unpolished Rooney who’s become the tabloid target. Will he leave struggling childhood club Everton to join the bright lights of Manchester United or become a "galatico" at Real Madrid? Will his fiancee Coleen forgive him for a fling with a prostitute? How is he spending his new-found wealth?

Rooney is mulling over a new five-year 50,000-pound-a-week (US$90,500) contract with Everton – the biggest in the club’s history – which would keep him at the club until 2009. Everton wants Rooney to continue to work with manager David Moyes, who has nurtured the striker since he graduated from the youth academy in 2002… Rooney made his mark at 16, with a long-range strike to end Arsenal’s 30-game unbeaten run. He beat Michael Owen’s record as England’s youngest pro player and then as England’s youngest goalscorer. He scored four goals for England at Euro 2004 – two in England’s 3-0 beating of Switzerland and two more in a 4-2 victory over Croatia. And they weren’t tap-ins. He showed the shooting power reminiscent of Manchester United star Bobby Charlton and he was able to shrug off defenders with his powerful build. England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson compared Rooney’s impact in Portugal to Brazilian legend Pele at the 1958 World Cup. Rival coaches were impressed at Rooney’s power and control.

Mad Brit Diary England should show Sven the door.
SoccerTimes – Aug 6, 2004
Having said all of the above, it’s going to cost the Football Association a pretty penny to get rid of Eriksson, a rather nice man who seems to have a habit for falling for beautiful women. Eriksson signed a lucrative deal before Euro 2004 and the FA would have to pay him to the tune of $20-plus million if the Swedish coach is fired. Eriksson has done OK in his tenure, but it’s not good enough. England needs a coach with fresh and new ideas, and a coach that can keep his face out of the scandal sheets and other people’s sheets. For the moment, Eriksson seems to have survived a major sex scandal after it was revealed he and his boss at the FA were having an affair with the same secretary at the ruling body’s posh Soho Square office in glitzy London. I won’t go into all the gory details, but this scandal is not over by far… Having said all of the above, it’s going to cost the Football Association a pretty penny to get rid of Eriksson, a rather nice man who seems to have a habit for falling for beautiful women. Eriksson signed a lucrative deal before Euro 2004 and the FA would have to pay him to the tune of $20-plus million if the Swedish coach is fired. Eriksson has done OK in his tenure, but it’s not good enough. England needs a coach with fresh and new ideas, and a coach that can keep his face out of the scandal sheets and other people’s sheets. For the moment, Eriksson seems to have survived a major sex scandal after it was revealed he and his boss at the FA were having an affair with the same secretary at the ruling body’s posh Soho Square office in glitzy London. I won’t go into all the gory details, but this scandal is not over by far. As soon as the woman at the center of this media storm — the 38-year-old Faria Alam — sells her story to a British newspaper, the whole sordid affair will hit the fan all over again.

Lizarazu not fit to start season
CNN International – Aug 6, 2004
"We can do something at the Stade Velodrome," said Girondins coach Michel Pavon. "We have prepared pretty well. "Pavon will have to deal with the absence of left back Franck Jurietti while central defender Mihalis Kapsis is still not match fit after Greece’s victorious campaign at the Euro 2004.

BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | Rooney doubt for qualifiers
BBC News – Aug 7, 2004
The Everton striker is recovering well from the foot injury he sustained in the quarter-final loss to Portugal. But he will not be able to resume even light jogging for another fortnight. That leaves him with little time to get match-fit before the Group Six qualifiers against Austria and Poland on 4 and 8 September. Rooney broke a metatarsal bone in his foot during an apparently innocuous challenge in England’s quarter-final defeat by Portugal on penalties at Euro 2004. “Wayne has had a scan and we have been advised that it will be another two weeks at least before he can start light jogging,” said Everton boss David Moyes. “We are staying cautious and not taking any chances on his fitness.

English Premier League set for bumper season
Independent Online – Aug 6, 2004
“The Premiership is a new competition to me,” he said. “But, two years ago, European competition was new to me and we won the Uefa Cup and then the Champions League. ”

With Liverpool fans frustrated at not having won a league title since 1990 and getting tired of Gerard Houllier and his puzzling moves in the transfer market, the club decided to go for another overseas coach. Benitez hopes to get the best out of Michael Owen, Steven Gerrard, Milan Baros and the Anfield talent Houllier left behind. He has added Malaga defender Jose Miguel “Josemi” Gonzalez, along with a French striker Houllier had already set up – Djibril Cisse of Auxerre. If Liverpool fans have found it tough recently, they should look at Tottenham. Spurs’ last league title was 43 years ago and Santini has the job of bringing the glory days back to White Hart Lane… Spurs’ last league title was 43 years ago and Santini has the job of bringing the glory days back to White Hart Lane. Spurs had not found a full-time replacement for Glenn Hoddle, who was fired last September, and the appointment of Santini, who wasn’t offered a new deal by France, lifted hopes. Santini’s defending champion French team flopped badly at Euro 2004, however, losing in the quarterfinal and lowering his value in the process. Spurs released several of their old timers – Christian Ziege, Gus Poyet, Darren Anderton and Serhiy Rebrov. Helder Postiga, a disappointment in his only Premier League season, was sent back to FC Porto. Although England’s backup goalkeeper, Paul Robinson, had already been signed before Santini’s arrival, the Frenchman hasn’t followed it up with any big names. The likely outcome is that the title race should be a lot closer than in recent seasons with four clubs – Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool – the main contenders.

A revamped Bayern looks like runaway favorite
San Diego Union Tribune – Aug 5, 2004
Matthias Sammer returned to coach a club he once led to the Bundesliga title as a player. Dortmund hired a Dutch coach, Bert van Marwijk, to replace Sammer but the financially strapped club made few acquisitions and will miss Frings. Germany’s early ouster from Euro 2004 has not dampened enthusiasm for the Bundesliga and the clubs are reporting record advance ticket sales.

Can Africans claim Olympic gold triple?
The Age – Aug 6, 2004
Although Nigeria won the Olympic gold medal in 1996 at Atlanta and Cameroon triumphed in Sydney four years ago, the 2004 tournament looks like being a showdown between two traditional soccer powerhouse nations – Argentina and Italy. If that doesn’t happen, maybe host Greece will follow up its amazing Euro 2004 success by giving the home fans another major triumph. Or Portugal, which fields several of the rising stars of soccer including Manchester United’s teenage winger Cristiano Ronaldo, will make up for that European Championship final defeat by taking its first Olympic title. The four nations hoping to complete an African Olympic hat-trick are Tunisia, Morocco, Mali and Ghana, who made it through the qualifying rounds. If more than two reach the quarterfinals, the African Confederation will have done well. The 16 qualifiers have been separated geographically in the draw to make sure teams from the same confederations don’t meet each other in the first round of group games… Of other soccer powerhouse teams, Brazil, Germany and 2000 runner up Spain didn’t qualify. England can’t take part because it is not recognized alone by the International Olympic Committee. Britain is recognized by the IOC but can’t, in itself, be a member of FIFA because England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are separately affiliated. Because soccer’s world governing body, FIFA, doesn’t want the Olympic soccer championship to take the spotlight away from its World Cup, the rules are that teams must field players age 23 or under. But they can field three stars above that age threshold. The way the tournament pans out, Italy and Argentina can’t face each other until the semifinal although South America’s best hope could meet the star-studded Portuguese in the quarters.

Asian Cup Finals Fever Hits Capital
china.org.cn – Aug 7, 2004
China has never won the Asian Cup before. Football fans are well prepared to watch the game. “Of course we will not lose the game. I have bought lots of beer and invited some of my friends to watch together,” said a Shanghai fan Xia Xiaofeng. Xia’s girl friend Nie Jingjing said:”I do not know much about soccer. But he (Xia) told me it is a very important game, so I have decided to watch. ”
A couple in Beijing is planning to hold their wedding ceremony on Saturday night at a bar… “I think the Chinese team has the right time, right place and right chance to win the Asian Cup,” he said. However, some fans remain cautious about winning the cup. “Just think about what happened in the Euro 2004 tournament. Everybody believed Portugal would win. But they lost,” said a Beijing fan, Hei Liang. On July 5, hosts Portugal were unexpectedly beaten by Greece in the Euro 2004 tournament final. Hei said great expectations from all walks of life would impose much pressure on the Chinese players, which may cause them to perform poorly.

Athens soccer squeezed into busy year
SI.com – Aug 7, 2004
However, some of world soccer’s bright young things will be appearing, much to the annoyance of their club bosses with European league campaigns starting up as the flame flickers in Athens. Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo, 19, was instrumental in Portugal’s run to the Euro 2004 final and, just over a month later, he will turn out for their Olympic team in Athens. He could miss the first two weeks of the English premier league season, not to mention Champions League qualifiers, if Portugal reach the final after facing Iraq, Morocco and Costa Rica in the early stages. United manager Alex Ferguson was further angered when new signing Gabriel Heinze was named in Argentina’s impressive Olympic squad, despite appearing for the South Americans in their Copa America final defeat by Brazil on July 25.

Terry has not seen the last of Prso
Telegraph.co.uk – Aug 5, 2004
“He is the Croatian player of the year and will be our biggest attacking threat. He scored a lot of goals last season, and has backed it up again in this campaign. ” Two of those goals were particularly crucial to the national side, as Prso scored in both legs of the Euro 2004 play-offs against Slovenia to seal a 2-1 aggregate victory and qualification. Yet despite Prso’s scoring exploits, Croatia are no longer the attacking force that took them to the semi-finals of the 1998 World Cup. “This is a very different team to the one that played in ’98,” said Bilic. “We no longer have the attacking talent that we did. Suker, Boksic, Prosinecki, Boban and Asanovic have all retired.

EURO 2004: England won’t win Euro 2004
Squarefootball – Aug 6, 2004
George flags look dangling on the side of cars is the view that England will win Euro 2004. There seems to be a very dangerous level of optimism surrounding the national side as it embarks on it?s voyage to Portugal. Not since Ally?s army sailed off to Argentina in 1978 has there been so much hyperbole about a home nation appearing in an international tournament, and we all know how Scotland performed once they arrived in South America for that world cup. In a tournament England have traditionally behaved dismally in it?s hard to see why people are getting excited about the idea of an England win. Except when we were the home nation in ?96 our record in this tournament is dismal. One only has to think back to the last European Nations competition 4 years ago to recall how low we all felt with the level of performances back then. A good core number of that side will be back again this year to re-perform for the national side… They have the strength and the skill to deal with both England and France, which could see them pushing England into second place. Our robust game will make life hard for the French and I can see us edging this one. So why can?t we win Euro 2004 if we can get past the French you may ask? I feel hustle and bustle may be enough to inflict damage in the group stage but once the games become one-offs and we have to go the extra mile to carve out victories I feel we will be once again found lacking. The number of injuries suffered to the defence is a cause for concern, though ironically nearly every nation seems to be entering the competition with at least one key defender missing. As mentioned previously though, you worry about the lack of quality when the Nevilles are considered the best option, or Ashley Cole. Surely it would have been preferable for Eriksson to push Cole into the midfield position, hence solving an old thorn in the side, and prefer Wayne Bridge at left back? Bridge is reliable and a better natural defender than Cole, this would have settled the defence and midfield considerably. Eriksson has tried this tactic but I feel he hasn?t given it enough time to bed in.

Cristiano Ronaldo will be one of the top attractions
Calcutta Telegraph – Aug 7, 2004
An overkill of the beautiful game in the last two months is only the start of Olympic soccer?s problems, but as in previous Games the standard of play and the excitement the tournament generates could pleasantly surprise. An age limit of 23 naturally means many of the world?s top footballers will not be in Athens, even if they wanted to be, although three over-age players are permitted in each squad. However, some of world soccer?s bright young things will be appearing, much to the annoyance of their club bosses with European league campaigns starting up as the flame flickers in Athens. Manchester United?s Cristiano Ronaldo, 19, was instrumental in Portugal?s run to the Euro 2004 final and, just over a month later, he will turn out for their Olympic team in Athens… An overkill of the beautiful game in the last two months is only the start of Olympic soccer?s problems, but as in previous Games the standard of play and the excitement the tournament generates could pleasantly surprise. An age limit of 23 naturally means many of the world?s top footballers will not be in Athens, even if they wanted to be, although three over-age players are permitted in each squad. However, some of world soccer?s bright young things will be appearing, much to the annoyance of their club bosses with European league campaigns starting up as the flame flickers in Athens. Manchester United?s Cristiano Ronaldo, 19, was instrumental in Portugal?s run to the Euro 2004 final and, just over a month later, he will turn out for their Olympic team in Athens. He could miss the first two weeks of the English Premier League season, not to mention Champions League qualifiers, if Portugal reach the final after facing Iraq, Morocco and Costa Rica in the early stages. United manager Alex Ferguson was further angered when new signing Gabriel Heinze was named in Argentina?s impressive Olympic squad, despite appearing for the South Americans in their Copa America final defeat by Brazil on July 25.

Ferguson on defensive over transfer talk
Telegraph.co.uk – Aug 5, 2004
Last week Ferguson took the unprecedented step of bringing out the player to deny the reports linking him with Barcelona. But on Thursday the Spanish newspaper Marca unequivocally announced that the Dutch striker was in negotiations to sign for Real Madrid and Ferguson was back on the defensive… “We weren’t prepared to pay that kind of money. “Van Nistelrooy will start today, Ferguson said, and though Roy Keane would miss the match he should be fit for the FA Cup final on May 22. But already Ferguson’s thoughts appear to have turned to the pre-season and the problem of fitting pre-qualification for the Champions League, should United finish third, around Euro 2004 and a three-match tour of the United States. “We could have eight or nine players away,” Ferguson said. “If any of them get to the final they won’t be back with us until Aug 2, and then we would have a qualifier nine days later. I would probably arrange a couple of games for them, but they wouldn’t be ready for Aug 11. If England got to the final it would be a nightmare for us, but in another sense we would be delighted.

Marseille v Bordeaux: Preview
go.com – Aug 6, 2004
Last season they were heavily dependent on the 31 goals of Didier Drogba but the departure of the Ivory Coast hitman to Chelsea has closed off that path to goal. However, the sale has given Marseille plenty of money to spend and in Lyon’s Peguy Luyindula there is a ready-made replacement for the African. Other astute purchases include the signing of Bixente Lizarazu and Sochaux’s Benoit Pedretti, both members of France’s Euro 2004 squad. Camel Meriem is optimistic about Marseille’s chances for success this season as they hunt for their first Ligue 1 crown since the scandal-tarnished glory days under former president Bernard Tapie. Meriem had a great season at the Velodrome on loan last season but has now returned to Bordeaux although he had wanted to stay at Marseille. olympiquedemarseille… olympiquedemarseille. com: “Looking at the signings Marseille have made I think they will be favourites. “I am not worried for them – I think they will not be far away from the title this season. ”Marseille coach Jose Anigo has named a 17-man squad with many absentees for the match with Les Girondins. Lizarazu, the 34-year-old France defender who this week announced his international retirement, is not yet fit for his debut for Marseille. He expects to be ready for the third match of the season with Nice. Philippe Christanval, Johnny Ecker, Sebastien Perez and Mido are also left out.

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