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October 4, 2004

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The News Review:

* Taylor-made for Boyz outfit
* ‘Iran game important for 2006 World Cup title’
* Lehmann wants number 1 role from battered Kahn for 2006 World Cup
* Fergani warns Algeria
* BOPA Daily News Archive
* BBC SPORT | Football | African | Martins injured again
* BBC SPORT | Golf | Funk takes charge
* Vogts eyes return to Germany football
* BBC SPORT | Golf | New venue for WGC event
* BBC SPORT | Rugby Union | Internationals | England ‘target…
* Roundup of today?s Iran sports news
* BBC SPORT | Cricket | England | Lamb’s highlights and low points

Taylor-made for Boyz outfit
Jamaica Observer – Oct 2, 2004
“It was my uncle, who from a young age, prepared me to play this game. He taught me to be composed and how to play hard,” he said. At the moment, Taylor’s only focus is on his football development and he says his aim is to become a pro before long. “My dream right now is to get a contract in England because I have decided that football will be my career. I wanted to be a policeman, but my family advised me against it and they persuaded me to follow football instead,” Taylor explained. As far as the Boyz’ chances of making it to Germany 2006 are concerned, Taylor thinks these are good. “Based on what I have seen, I think we can make it to World Cup 2006… I wanted to be a policeman, but my family advised me against it and they persuaded me to follow football instead,” Taylor explained. As far as the Boyz’ chances of making it to Germany 2006 are concerned, Taylor thinks these are good. “Based on what I have seen, I think we can make it to World Cup 2006. I am sure,” he said. The player, who just transferred from St George’s to Harbour View, said he is looking forward to making his mark in the nation’s top tournament, the Wray & Nephew National Premier League (NPL). Talk Back

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‘Iran game important for 2006 World Cup title’
IranMania News – Oct 4, 2004
“These kind of games like with Iran are eminently important, especially when you have the chance to play away from home. It`s an important experience for each player, especially the younger players whom we are trying to give step by step a chance in the national team,” Klinsmann said in an exclusive interview with IRNA Monday. “We have the advantage that we don`t have to qualify (for the 2006 World Cup). So we have the possibility to view each game that we play as preparations for the 2006 World Cup. Of course, for Iran this match is of utmost importance as it wants to go to the 2006 World Cup,” the German trainer added. Klinsmann stressed it would be interesting to see how his players would react to the atmosphere at Tehran`s Azadi Stadium as more than 100,000 people are expected to attend the football friendly between the triple World Cup and Asian Cup winners. “To play in front of 100,000 people in Tehran, that`s something else, even for a seasoned professional player who has already played at the Nou Camp Stadium in Barcelona or in Milan.

Lehmann wants number 1 role from battered Kahn for 2006 World Cup
Expatica – Oct 4, 2004
The same day current starter Oliver Kahn was the target of a battering for another round of Bundesliga antics. “I am absolutely convinced that I will be between the posts at the 2006 World Cup,” said Lehmann. “Given my form I deserve to play. I feel that I am playing at the best level in my career,” he said. The Arsenal goalkeeper Lehmann will earn his 20th cap on Saturday in Teheran in Germany’s friendly with Iran as Kahn gets a rest… Does he get away with everything?” asked the front page headline of the Bild daily. Kahn has in the past lost his cool on several occasions. The football community recalls his attempt to bite Dortmund striker Heiko Herrlich, his kung-fu-like kick against another Dortmund player, Stephane Chapuisat, and grabbing then Leverkusen forward Thomas Brdaric in the neck. Kahn said he felt a punch in his kidney when leaping for ball together with Klose, but TV replays indicated no contact. Klose, who later scored in the match, dismissed Kahn’s action as “his way to discuss things. I wasn’t surprised at all”. Kicker sports magazine said that the Bundesliga referees will in future once again have to live with the reputation of treating Kahn too nicely – even more after the Saturday’s official, Heribert Fandel, refused to comment.

Fergani warns Algeria
BBC News – Oct 4, 2004
“We have no other choice but to win this match in Kigali,” Fergani told the media at a news conference. Out of contention for the 2006 World Cup finals, they also risk not qualifying for the next African Cup of Nations finals in Egypt should they fail to secure an away win. Placed last in Group Four, only the top three teams in the five World Cup qualifying groups will feature at the Cup of Nations. “We can not afford to squander any more points,” said a worried Fergani… “We have no other choice but to win this match in Kigali,” Fergani told the media at a news conference. Out of contention for the 2006 World Cup finals, they also risk not qualifying for the next African Cup of Nations finals in Egypt should they fail to secure an away win. Placed last in Group Four, only the top three teams in the five World Cup qualifying groups will feature at the Cup of Nations. “We can not afford to squander any more points,” said a worried Fergani. “It is sad that we cannot go to Germany but it will be a disaster if we also fail to reach the Nations Cup finals in Egypt. ”

Fergani, who captained Algeria at the 1982 World Cup finals, said his players are aware of the responsibility they bear to restore the image of the Desert Foxes.

BOPA Daily News Archive
Republic of Botswana – Oct 4, 2004
A 13th minute Mogogi Gabonamong header from a corner was enough to seal
victory for the Zebras who had to redeem their pride after the humiliating
4-0 defeat to Guinea last month in a 2006 World Cup and African Cup of
Nations qualifier. The Zebras, who were without several key players, fought vigorously from the
start though their game was characterised by a number of defensive mistakes
which coach Jelusic Veselin will have to rectify before the crucial World
Cup qualifier against Kenya at the week end. The friendly international against Zambia was used as part of preparations
for their encounter with Kenya, which will be played in Gaborone on October
10. Veselin also used the game to try out some of the new players in the
national team like Mokgwadi "Pro" Mokgwadi, Mompati Thuma and Kgosietsile
Mampori… A 13th minute Mogogi Gabonamong header from a corner was enough to seal
victory for the Zebras who had to redeem their pride after the humiliating
4-0 defeat to Guinea last month in a 2006 World Cup and African Cup of
Nations qualifier. The Zebras, who were without several key players, fought vigorously from the
start though their game was characterised by a number of defensive mistakes
which coach Jelusic Veselin will have to rectify before the crucial World
Cup qualifier against Kenya at the week end. The friendly international against Zambia was used as part of preparations
for their encounter with Kenya, which will be played in Gaborone on October
10. Veselin also used the game to try out some of the new players in the
national team like Mokgwadi "Pro" Mokgwadi, Mompati Thuma and Kgosietsile
Mampori. In the middle of the pack Veselin relied on the services of the evergreen
Tshepo "Talk-talk" Motlhabankwe and the midfield dynamo Michael "Lepako"
Mogaladi, who had a wonderful game, to destroy Chipolopolo (the Bullet) and
forced them to resort to attacking from the flanks.

BBC SPORT | Football | African | Martins injured again
BBC News – Oct 4, 2004
The 19-year-old has been ordered to rest completely for the next few days before starting a rehabilitation programme. The injury is the latest set back for Martins, who has suffered a string of leg injuries in recent months. It means that Martins will miss Nigeria’s 2006 World Cup qualifier against Gabon on 9 October. Nigeria are already without the injured duo of Ukraine-based Julius Aghahowa and captain Jay-Jay Okocha, who limped off during Bolton’s defeat at West Brom. However, two Nigerian strikers were on target in England with Yakubu Ayegbeni scoring for Portsmouth and Nwankwo Kanu on target for West Bromwich Albion.

BBC SPORT | Golf | Funk takes charge
BBC News – Oct 3, 2004
The 48-year-old, whose last PGA Tour victory was in this event in 1998, hit an eagle, seven birdies and a bogey to end up on 16 under. Funk eagled the fifth and then birdied the next three holes before taking birdies at the 10th, 17th and 18th. Steve Pate and Chris Couch are one shot behind while Kevin Na, Greg Chalmers and John Senden are on 14 under.

Vogts eyes return to Germany football
go.com – Oct 3, 2004
‘At the end of my contract I will have been abroad for longenough. I want to work in Germany again, in whatever position Ican,’ Vogts told Germany’s Bild am Sonntag newspaper. Vogts said his contract with Scotland would end after the2006 World Cup in Germany or, if the team does not qualify, inDecember 2005. Scotland are fourth in European qualifying Group Five aftera 0-0 draw with Slovenia last month. They play Norway in theirnext qualifying match on October 9. Your views on this story?.

BBC SPORT | Golf | New venue for WGC event
BBC News – Oct 3, 2004
A week after the Ryder Cup is played in Ireland for the first time, The Grove, former home of the Earl of Clarendon, hosts the WGC beginning 28 September. The Hertfordshire golf complex, which opened in 2003, was thought to have cost in excess of ?100m to build. It was designed by Kyle Phillips, who also built Kingsbarns in Scotland. “The Grove has already received significant international acclaim in a very short space of time,” said European Tour chief Ken Schofield.

BBC SPORT | Rugby Union | Internationals | England ‘target…
BBC News – Oct 4, 2004
The Times newspaper claims the Rugby Football Union (RFU) is taking legal advice over whether there is a loophole that would allow O’Connor to play. That seems unlikely, as the Galway-born Wasps player has already played for the Ireland A team. But the paper quotes a source as saying: “The England management are exploring this very seriously. ”

O’Connor himself said he had not considered playing for England, although he did not totally rule out the possibility… The Times newspaper claims the Rugby Football Union (RFU) is taking legal advice over whether there is a loophole that would allow O’Connor to play. That seems unlikely, as the Galway-born Wasps player has already played for the Ireland A team. But the paper quotes a source as saying: “The England management are exploring this very seriously. ”

O’Connor himself said he had not considered playing for England, although he did not totally rule out the possibility. “Obviously I would like to play for Ireland, but who knows what might happen,” said the 24-year-old.

Roundup of today?s Iran sports news
IranMania News – Oct 3, 2004
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LONDON, Oct 3 (IranMania) – Four Iranian referees will judge the Syria- Bahrain football game in Damascus on October 15 as part of the 2006 World Cup qualifyings. – The Head of the Georgian Wrestling Federation and the former Soviet Union free-style wrestling superstar, Lovan Tedyashvili met and conferred with Mohammad Reza Taleghani, head of Iran?s Wrestling Federation on Saturday. – The Iranian Secretary General of Asian Weightlifting Confederation, Ali Moradi left for Qatar to meet the officials in charge of the 2006 Doha Asian contests. – Iran?s under-twenty ones basketball team (Better known as the Omid Team) will be probably placed in the same group as China, Lebanon and Taiwan in the second phase of the contests.

BBC SPORT | Cricket | England | Lamb’s highlights and low points
BBC News – Oct 4, 2004
Verdict: Success

COUNTY RESTRUCTURING

Lamb helped steer the two-division County Championship into being, and as a result, county cricket is more competitive than ever before. And he also gave backing to the arrival of the Twenty20 Cup, which has brought new audiences to the county game and stemmed calls for a cull in the number of sides. He was comprehensively defeated, though, in a plan to merge the four-day Championship and the one-day league into a single format for 2006. With new sponsorship and TV deals still to be agreed for the year after next, Lamb resigned at a time when his experience could have been vital. Verdict: Mixed results

THE ZIMBABWE AFFAIR

The controversy that appears to have forced Lamb’s hand in stepping down has raged on and off for three years. Lamb’s argument that the ECB was a business that could not afford to boycott Zimbabwe ignored the realities of Zimbabwe’s president Robert Mugabe’s regime. And the main fault of the ECB, with Lamb its most public face in the furore, was its failure to respond with a definitive solution… Lamb’s argument that the ECB was a business that could not afford to boycott Zimbabwe ignored the realities of Zimbabwe’s president Robert Mugabe’s regime. And the main fault of the ECB, with Lamb its most public face in the furore, was its failure to respond with a definitive solution. England’s 2003 World Cup bid was effectively derailed when a wait-and-see approach saw their match in Zimbabwe only cancelled at the 11th hour, with the players taking the lead. Despite having over a year to formulate a plan for the scheduled tour this November, the ECB failed to ensure a repeat of the chaos did not occur.

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