Euro 2012 – Ukraine and Poland

September 12, 2004

‘Rooney contract has match-fixing vice’

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The News Review:

* Football diary: That’s John Keegan, not Kevin…..
* Major teams bounce back in World Cup qualifiers Rain leaves Federer…
* Makelele ends France career
* ‘Rooney contract has match-fixing vice’
* Sports | Columns | Luis Bueno | PE.com | Southern California News |…
* ESPNsoccernet – England – Man City v Everton Report
* Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
* SI.com – Soccer – France: PSG still in search of first win – Friday…
* Training methods slammed in Woodgate row
* Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
* ESPNsoccernet – England – Wenger to battle FIFA
* Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
* Why we should all cheer for Tim
* Turkish jets active in the Aegean for third time in under a week
* Van Nistelrooy may give Ferguson some cheer
* Caution over ‘homegrown’ ruling
* Young accountants under 35 – Alex Horne, FD at the Football Associatio…
* channel4.com – Football Italia

Football diary: That’s John Keegan, not Kevin…..
Telegraph.co.uk – Sep 12, 2004
” Perhaps not surprisingly it is one of his record selections on Desert Island Discs, which is repeated on Radio 4 at 9 o’clock this morning. Not so obvious is his choice of book: the single-volume collected First and Second World War works of The Daily Telegraph’s military historian, John Keegan. And his luxury? A sunlounger with canopy to protect him from the sun. Not in Newcastle, surely?Gary’s one of a kind advertisement… Channel 4 wait until Twelfth Night before they broadcast an intriguing programme that asks, as football occupies such a central role in our society, has it become the new religion? Hallowed Be Thy Game, on Jan 6, is presented and directed by Mark Dowd, who marries both sides of the subject as a former Dominican friar and a long-time Man United fan. Maybe his Epiphany came in Barcelona in 1999 when United staged that late recovery to win the Champions League, and he ponders whether his own prayers as the final whistle approached can have helped, or whether they reflect something deeper about modern faith. On the way he discovers fans in Argentina who worship icons of Diego Maradona in their own ‘church’, and Greek orthodox priests who exploded in frenzy when their country won Euro 2004. Sir Alex Ferguson also reveals the last time he prayed for victory – and why he no longer looks for divine intervention. Who needs divine intervention when you have Ruud van Nistelrooy, eh? Inside the sanctumFinding out what goes on in a dressing room at half-time is a bit like asking what Trappist monks get up to behind monastery walls. Martin Allen, manager of Brentford, blows the lid on the sanctuary that is the dressing room in an interview with Soccer Coach, the journal of the London Football Coaches Association. “We get the players to sit down while the physio checks anyone who isn’t right,” he says.

Major teams bounce back in World Cup qualifiers Rain leaves Federer…
Turkish Daily News – Turkish Daily News (subscription) – Sep 10, 2004
world of sports page 10 September 2004 world of sports headlines

Major teams bounce back in World Cup qualifiers

Rain leaves Federer-Agassi clash in balance

Iran revives hopes as big guns win in Asia

US Open apologizes to Serena after error

Combative Germany holds Brazil to a draw

Major teams bounce back in World Cup qualifiers

England’s victory over Poland eases pressure on coach Sven-Goran Eriksson

LONDON – Reuters
After a mixed bag of results in last Saturday’s qualifiers, Europe’s major countries asserted their authority with France, England and Italy all winning away. Portugal, who hosted Euro 2004 and lost in the final to Greece, maintained their excellent start to the qualifiers with a 4-0 drubbing of Estonia in Leiria — with all four goals coming in the last 15 minutes. Neighbors Spain, starting their qualifying campaign, looked out of sorts though, only managing a 1-1 draw in Bosnia in Group Seven after being outplayed for most of the match. Slovakia were the biggest winners of the night, beating Liechtenstein 7-0 while Romania maintained their perfect start in Group One by taking another positive step on the way to the finals in Germany in 2006 with a 5-1 win over little Andorra — their third win in three matches. However, the Netherlands, in the same group and playing their first competitive match under new coach Marco van Basten, served notice of their intentions with a 2-0 win over the Czech Republic in Amsterdam — with Pierre van Hooijdonk scoring both goals to avenge their 3-2 defeat to the Czechs at Euro 2004. Elsewhere, Latvia were made to fight hard for a 4-3 win over usual fall-guys Luxembourg while Croatia brought Sweden crashing back down to earth after the Swedes beat Malta 7-0 last Saturday… Wales clawed back a goal through John Hartson after 32 minutes before Robert Earnshaw made it 2-2 15 minutes from the end. France win
France, held to a 0-0 draw by Israel in their opening Group Four match in Paris on Saturday, did not play that well but had enough guile to beat Faroe Islands 2-0 in Torshavn thanks to goals from Ludovic Giuly and Djibril Cisse, a ninth minute substitute for the injured Louis Saha. Saha was not the only English-based Frenchman who failed to finish the match as skipper Patrick Vieira was sent off in the second half, picking up a second yellow card for diving. It was the first time Vieira had been sent off for his country but the 10th time in his senior career after nine dismissals with Arsenal since January 1998. England, who came in for a deluge of criticism from the English media after throwing away a 2-0 lead to draw 2-2 with Austria on Saturday, bounced back with a 2-1 win over Poland in Chorzow. Jermain Defoe scored a delightful goal to set them on their way after 37 minutes — his first for his country. Maciej Zurawski equalized with an unstoppable shot three minutes into the second half before England regained the lead when Arkadiusz Glowacki put through his own goal under pressure from Michael Owen after 58 minutes.

Makelele ends France career
BBC News – Sep 11, 2004
My future is with Chelsea,” added Makelele, who has been an ever-present for his club this season. Makelele was called up by new coach Raymond Domenech for the recent World Cup qualifiers, but he did not play in the second game against the Faroe Islands. “I think that a player like me can not afford to answer international calls if he is not going to play,” he said. “I felt it was my duty to be part of the first two games after our Euro 2004 failure but I had already decided to quit. “I wanted to talk to Domenech looking into each other’s eyes. We know each other well and he understood my situation… Makelele was called up by new coach Raymond Domenech for the recent World Cup qualifiers, but he did not play in the second game against the Faroe Islands. “I think that a player like me can not afford to answer international calls if he is not going to play,” he said. “I felt it was my duty to be part of the first two games after our Euro 2004 failure but I had already decided to quit. “I wanted to talk to Domenech looking into each other’s eyes. We know each other well and he understood my situation.

‘Rooney contract has match-fixing vice’
Independent Online – Sep 11, 2004
If they have nothing to lose any more, they could lose,” said Wenger. It’s better to avoid it so there is nothing contentious at the end of the season. People will say, of course, that Manchester United beat Everton as they get one million pounds. “This kind of contract gives you a problem. The teams play for it but you could have the suspicion… “Wayne is obviously not quite ready yet,” said Ferguson on Friday. “But he is coming along fine. ”

Rooney has been suffering from a broken bone in his foot, sustained during England’s Euro 2004 quarter-final defeat to Portugal in June.

Sports | Columns | Luis Bueno | PE.com | Southern California News |…
Press-Enterprise – Press-Enterprise (subscription) – Sep 11, 2004
Brazil: A relatively easy 3-1 win keeps the South American giants ahead of the game in CONMEBOL. Argentina: See above. Paraguay: Athens 2004’s silver medalists did not disappoint. A 1-0 win was enough to keep the albirroja in third place in South America. Netherlands: Pierre Von Hooijdonk bagged a double and got the Dutch off to a great start, helping down the always-tough Czech Republic 2-0. Perhaps this time one of the world’s best collections of talent can keep pace in the qualifying round. New coach Marco Van Basten certainly seems up to the task… For a nation considered to always be a World Cup contender and to supposedly have the world’s best league, Spain sure does make it a habit of falling on its face. Greece: Did Euro 2004 really happen or did we all just imagine it? Judging from Greece’s early results, it may all have been a dream. Greece lost to lowly Albania, 2-1, then tied Turkey at home, 0-0. Either the Greeks partied too hard or returned to their usual do-nothing state. Sweden: Pounding Malta 7-0 is dangerous. It gives you false confidence.

ESPNsoccernet – England – Man City v Everton Report
go.com – Sep 11, 2004
It was all tough luck on James, who did more than enough with an exceptional first-half performance to capture all the headlines himself. Few players have been subjected to the kind of intense and personal abuse the keeper has faced over the last seven days. Kevin Keegan insisted the former Liverpool man would not be affected by being turned into a national joke and if there were any nagging fears about James’ mental strength, the City boss would have been delighted to hear the ringing endorsement his goalkeeper received from the home fans as he lined up before kick-off. What James probably wanted was some early action. In the end he had to wait 11 minutes to make the first of three brilliant first-half stops that not only kept his team on level terms at the interval, but also left a near-capacity crowd wondering just how he came to make such a monumental blunder against Austria in the first place. Steve Watson was the first man thwarted, by a superb, low one-handed save that denied the Everton midfielder after he had sprung the City offside trap and latched onto Leon Osman’s through-ball inside the home box. James’ second save was a better one as he showed fine reactions to palm away Marcus Bent’s thunderous close-range header after Lee Carsley had curled a free-kick to the far post… ‘The player had already received a yellow card, so there was no alternativeother than to send him off. The law is there, we are just asked to enforcethem. ‘There were two instances of this at Euro 2004 and another during theChampions League Final. You would think lessons should have been learned. ‘The issue overshadowed the brilliant performance of David James, who deliveredthe perfect response to the critics who have condemned him so viciously in thewake of his blunder for England in Austria last weekend. ‘He answered the critics in the only way he could,’ said Keegan of hisgoalkeeper. ‘One mistake doesn’t make you a bad goalkeeper.

Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
Daily Times – Sep 12, 2004
Everton could be in the situation that, if Manchester United win the championship, they get ?1 million. If they have nothing to lose any more, they could lose,? said Wenger. ?That?s why I believe this kind of contract should not be allowed. It?s better to avoid it so there is nothing contentious at the end of the season. People will say, of course, that Manchester United beat Everton as they get ?1 million. ?This kind of contract gives you a problem. The teams play for it but you could have the suspicion… ?Wayne is obviously not quite ready yet,? said Ferguson on Friday. ?But he is coming along fine. ? Rooney has been suffering from a broken bone in his foot, sustained during England?s Euro 2004 quarter-final defeat to Portugal in June.

SI.com – Soccer – France: PSG still in search of first win – Friday…
SI.com – Sep 10, 2004
" "Halilhodzic should stop thinking he is the best coach in France because he is not," he added. The PSG coach admitted his team were "facing tough times" after they were held to a home draw by promoted Saint Etienne in their last game. "The guys still need to work mentally and some of them are not in their best shape too," he said. "I talked to the players. They are sick and tired of critics, of words like sect or dictatorship. We are going to answer on the pitch starting on Saturday. " Istres are also looking for?its first Ligue 1 win since winning promotion but?it snatched a promising 1-1 draw from their last game away at Racing Strasbourg… The disappointing result on the Faroe Islands was also marred by a red card for Arsenal’s Patrick Vieira, France’s new captain, who earned a booking for diving in the box. "Things were going very smoothly, but now they are not going as smoothly as they want and I can say that my French players have come back from international duty a little bit frustrated. " Arsenal midfielder Robert Pires has added to the increasing pressure by criticising the new Domenech regime following the departure of Jacques Santini after a disappointing Euro 2004. Wenger believes France must re-build from scratch and lower its expectations. "You can see that there are some problems in the France camp," he said. "They look as if they are struggling against smaller teams now. They have had players who have retired, there is a new manager and a new approach.

Training methods slammed in Woodgate row
Telegraph.co.uk – Sep 10, 2004
Rico-Sanz, a former Real Madrid B player alongside Liverpool coach Rafael Benitez, has insisted that the club have no “current knowledge” of how to get players match-fit, adding that he was not surprised to hear David Beckham blaming the Bernabeu regime for his lack of fitness at Euro 2004. “I agree with the comments that Beckham was making,” Rico-Sainz said. “I was following the training of Madrid during the pre-season and it was from the last century, it had nothing to do with current knowledge. “If you have people with slightly better training techniques it makes a big difference. Madrid got by last season with great technique but look at Monaco [in the Champions League], they increased the pace and Madrid just couldn’t keep up… Is that football?”I think that it is a waste of time not training specifically for football. I challenge anyone to tell me what I am saying is wrong, it is good that someone like David Beckham said what he did. “Meanwhile, Woodgate has insisted he is still confident of making a success of his stay in Spain. After revealing Real’s decision to send him to the United States for treatment on his torn thigh muscle, the England international said: “I want the fans to be proud of me. “I know that it will require a great effort but I will be doing everything possible to ensure I succeed in this spectacular team.

Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
Daily Times – Sep 12, 2004
The 31-year-old tough-tackling midfielder said he had considered at length whether to continue internationally but added the time was right to hand the baton over to the younger generation. Since Euro 2004 in Portugal where holders France lost 1-0 to Greece in the quarter-finals, Makelele is the fifth first-choice player to retire, the others being Marcel Desailly, Lilian Thuram, Bixente Lizarazu and Zinedine Zidane. ?I believe a player like me can?t stay in the squad and then not play. I?m not someone who does things by half,? Makelele told L?Equipe. He added his decision had been made with coach Raymond Domenech. ?It?s with pleasure that I pass the baton to the youngsters,? Makelele added… The 31-year-old tough-tackling midfielder said he had considered at length whether to continue internationally but added the time was right to hand the baton over to the younger generation. Since Euro 2004 in Portugal where holders France lost 1-0 to Greece in the quarter-finals, Makelele is the fifth first-choice player to retire, the others being Marcel Desailly, Lilian Thuram, Bixente Lizarazu and Zinedine Zidane. ?I believe a player like me can?t stay in the squad and then not play. I?m not someone who does things by half,? Makelele told L?Equipe. He added his decision had been made with coach Raymond Domenech. ?It?s with pleasure that I pass the baton to the youngsters,? Makelele added. ?I have confidence in them.

ESPNsoccernet – England – Wenger to battle FIFA
go.com – Sep 10, 2004
You just never know. ‘It was a huge relief for me that I had no injuries. Manchester United werenot so lucky with Gary Neville and Louis Saha. ‘All the clubs are keen to push for the international matches to be on Fridayand Tuesday. That gives us a fair chance to prepare for the game at theweekend. ‘I hope we will push for the change as a group but, as an individual, I havetried for a few years now to bring in the change. I know that Sir Alex Fergusonis completely for this change as well… ‘When the players go away for 10 or 15 days, they can get tired, pick upinjuries or lose focus. ‘It’s very difficult when they have just two days to change and concentrateon their club matches. ‘Santini has previously seen the problem from the other perspective, having ledFrance up to the Euro 2004 finals, albeit without the need for a qualifyingcampaign. Now at Tottenham, however, he declared: ‘Our training programme is notfinished. We have had 15 days without a game and I don’t know if this team isready. ‘The problem is not just confined to the so-called leading clubs, with Boltonboss Allardyce sharing the sense of frustration. He has just had nine players away, with Ricardo Gardner set to miss tomorrow’sgame against Manchester United after not returning from international duty withJamaica until this evening.

Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
Daily Times – Sep 10, 2004
Heinze won an Olympic gold medal, a runner-up spot in the Copa America and took part in a World Cup qualifying win over Peru. Alan Smith is likely to be the lone striker as Ruud van Nistelrooy is still sidelined and new signing Wayne Rooney is still not fit after breaking his foot at Euro 2004. Captain Roy Keane should return after recovering from a rib injury. Bolton will be without Ricardo Gardener, who played for Jamaica in World Cup qualifying on Wednesday. Wanderers have surprisingly won three of their four opening games ? including 1-0 win over Liverpool on Aug.

Why we should all cheer for Tim
The Observer – Sep 12, 2004
It is our obsession, now growing into a national neurosis, with our collective need to do down foreigners that is the problem and its corollary that, therefore, our men, women and team must win, win, win. Euro 2004 reached new heights. During England’s games, London became a ghost city as the streets emptied of people and traffic. I have experienced nothing like it. Cultural commentators have been observing for some years that sport is becoming a contemporary replacement for war, a way of binding the nation together in a collective experience that is essential before the fragmentation of modern life. But the last few years have witnessed a tipping point into chauvinistic frenzy. Euro 2000 and the World Cup in 2002 and already touched new heights of xenophobia, but normal life continued more or less, during England games… But the last few years have witnessed a tipping point into chauvinistic frenzy. Euro 2000 and the World Cup in 2002 and already touched new heights of xenophobia, but normal life continued more or less, during England games. The mood swings over the performance of the English football team last week were a classic example of the new neurosis. David James’s clumsy goal-keeping against Austria last weekend, conceding an unnecessary goal in a 2-2 draw, unleashed a national orgy of breast-beating and accusation. The goal-keeper is a ‘donkey’; coach Sven-Göran Eriksson is a washed-up, oversexed, over-cautious plonker; captain David Beckham is useless and uninspirational, distracted by celebrity status; the team has no self-belief. Football has always provided good, emotional copy, but we have moved to a new level of merciless criticism and name-calling.

Turkish jets active in the Aegean for third time in under a week
Kathimerini – Sep 10, 2004
Beslan childrenOne thousand children from Beslan in southern Russia, where more than 350 people died following a terrorist attack last week, are to be invited for a holiday in Greece next spring, the National Bank of Greece said yesterday. The initiative is organized by the bank in cooperation with the Foreign Ministry and the General Secretariat for Greeks Abroad. Bonus hikeGreece?s national soccer coach Otto Rehhagel is to receive a bonus the same size as that of the team players whom he led to victory at the Portugal Euro 2004 championship, the government said yesterday. Originally, he had been due to receive only half of the 173,000-euro sum being given to each player. Worker deathA committee of officials from the Public Power Corporation?s (PPC) management and staff is to investigate what caused the death of a worker at a power plant in Meliti, Florina yesterday, PPC said. Georgios Athanassiadis, whose age was not revealed, died while handling a hydraulic press system, PPC said. Fatal pileupThree German tourists were killed and four other people injured in a collision on the coastal highway connecting the Cretan port of Iraklion with Aghios Nikolaos, the Athens News Agency reported yesterday… Originally, he had been due to receive only half of the 173,000-euro sum being given to each player. Worker deathA committee of officials from the Public Power Corporation?s (PPC) management and staff is to investigate what caused the death of a worker at a power plant in Meliti, Florina yesterday, PPC said. Georgios Athanassiadis, whose age was not revealed, died while handling a hydraulic press system, PPC said. Fatal pileupThree German tourists were killed and four other people injured in a collision on the coastal highway connecting the Cretan port of Iraklion with Aghios Nikolaos, the Athens News Agency reported yesterday. Christina Vardaxi, 37, Achim Mueller and Irmgard Mueller (whose ages were not made public) died after their jeep veered off course and hit a small truck in the opposite lane, the ANA said, adding that another three cars then crashed into the vehicles. Sudanese deportationsThe government has received no official complaint from Sudan regarding the detention and deportation of 24 Sudanese nationals last month, Foreign Ministry spokesman Giorgos Koumoutsakos said yesterday in response to a reporter?s question about whether Sudan would be taking Greece to the European Court over the affair. The deportation of the Sudanese nationals was ?an administrative and not a judicial affair,? Koumoutsakos said.

Van Nistelrooy may give Ferguson some cheer
manchesteronline.co.uk – Sep 10, 2004
Ferguson’s squad has been ravaged during the first few weeks of the campaign by a succession of injuries that show no sign of abating. Gary Neville, Louis Saha and John O’Shea are the latest victims after picking up knocks on World Cup duty over the past week that have ruled them out of the Reebok Stadium trip. Even new arrival Wayne Rooney will not be available for at least another three weeks as he continues his recovery from the broken foot he suffered during Euro 2004. The situation will almost certainly force Ferguson into handing Gabriel Heinze his debut even though the Argentine defender only met most of his team-mates for the first time yesterday. And the Scot is also toying with the idea of starting with Van Nistelrooy, whose goal threat has been badly missed by a side who have scored just three times in four Premiership games so far this term. The prolific Dutchman has netted 110 times in his three seasons with the Red Devils but has not played a competitive game this season following his hernia operation last month. So, after 10 days training, Ferguson is more likely to take the safe option of putting Van Nistelrooy on the bench… Ferguson’s squad has been ravaged during the first few weeks of the campaign by a succession of injuries that show no sign of abating. Gary Neville, Louis Saha and John O’Shea are the latest victims after picking up knocks on World Cup duty over the past week that have ruled them out of the Reebok Stadium trip. Even new arrival Wayne Rooney will not be available for at least another three weeks as he continues his recovery from the broken foot he suffered during Euro 2004. The situation will almost certainly force Ferguson into handing Gabriel Heinze his debut even though the Argentine defender only met most of his team-mates for the first time yesterday. And the Scot is also toying with the idea of starting with Van Nistelrooy, whose goal threat has been badly missed by a side who have scored just three times in four Premiership games so far this term. The prolific Dutchman has netted 110 times in his three seasons with the Red Devils but has not played a competitive game this season following his hernia operation last month. So, after 10 days training, Ferguson is more likely to take the safe option of putting Van Nistelrooy on the bench.

Caution over ‘homegrown’ ruling
go.com – Sep 10, 2004
‘We want more discussions. ‘UEFA, whose chief executive Lars-Christer Olsson is spearheading the idea,argue that reliance on overseas players chokes the development of homegrowntalent. They point to the experience of Euro 2004 where the countries with thestrongest leagues, flush with foreigners, failed to reach the last four. ‘We are not pirates and our clubs may have conflicting views but it is ourduty to work out suitable proposals shared by everyone,’ said GiorgioMarchetti, UEFA’s professional football and marketing director. The meeting was attended by all of Europe’s leading clubs including lastseason’s top five in the Premiership. Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon was one of those understood to haveseriously opposed any restrictions on buying foreign players. Kenyon was namedvice-chairman of the forum when a new board was appointed today but slipped outof UEFA headquarters without comment.

Young accountants under 35 – Alex Horne, FD at the Football Associatio…
Accountancy Age – Sep 10, 2004
The gleefully reported and woefully handled love triangle of Mark Palios, Sven Goran Eriksson and Faria Alam; the premature exit from Euro 2004 by a hugely disappointing England team; but on the bright side, last week saw the lighting of the new Wembley Stadium arch to celebrate the start of England’s Germany 2006 campaign. Football – it’s a funny old game. But for 32-year-old accountant Alex Horne, it is much more than that. As finance director and company secretary of the Football Association, Horne holds the purse strings of the world’s most popular game. But there’s no doubt that the summer of 2004 has been an experience he won’t forget… And while there is no doubt that Wembley will be built, the future of the National Football Centre in Burton-on-Trent looks a lot less certain. ‘The National Football Centre remains on hold because it is completely a funding decision,’ says Horne. ‘I’m not going to fund it out of normal cash flow, because that’s not appropriate. But we may still develop something there and fund it from normal capital funding. We are still looking at the business plans. ”There are a number of options that we might consider – joint ventures, that sort of thing,’ says Horne. He quashed any hopes of the centre being publicly owned, however.

channel4.com – Football Italia
Channel 4 News – Sep 10, 2004
Italy had also lost 1-0 in their last meeting with their neighbours, a 2002 friendly. Marcello Lippi gave Cagliari wide man Mauro Esposito his international debut for this match, while it was Francesco Totti’s first appearance under the new Coach after a ban and injury had ruled him out since his untimely Euro 2004 exit. The Azzurri started out with the 4-2-3-1 system that had been used with varying degrees of success by Giovanni Trapattoni, with Alberto Gilardino keeping his centre-forward role as Christian Vieri and Alessandro Del Piero are injured, while Antonio Cassano was dropped due to his poor form. Within the first three minutes Italy had thumped the woodwork when a Totti free kick came out to Gilardino and the Parma man clipped the outside edge of the upright from seven yards. Daniele Bonera was booked after just six minutes for a tough tackle on Acimovic in midfield and will be suspended for the Belarus match. There was panic soon after when Gianluigi Buffon rushed off his line to gather a free kick floated into the box and didn’t quite get a handle on it, so he had to clear the ball with his feet as it was outside the area… Ceh floated a free kick towards the back post where substitute defender Cesar was allowed a free header from six yards. Marco Di Vaio was already set to replace Camoranesi, but his entrance became even more crucial after this goal. Italy poured forward with Totti firing just wide and Di Vaio closed down by Cesar as he prepared to pull the trigger, but it was not enough.

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