Euro 2012 – Ukraine and Poland

October 12, 2004

Confidence boost lifts modest Cole to dizzy heights

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The News Review:

* Even a superb goal will not buy immunity
* French players cite improvement after draw
* WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS: Wales was outclassed in its match at Old…
* Confidence boost lifts modest Cole to dizzy heights
* BBC SPORT | Football | My Club | Man Utd | Ferguson in admission on…
* Ferguson’s final countdown
* The top 10 Berti’s blunders
* Hughes anxious to bow out with win
* Winning smile behind the Azeri
* It was a cruise for England
* Lippi warns Italy not to panic after loss
* Club-less Tsartas salvages Greek pride
* Bad day for land of my father
* Spanish media not impressed with win
* Tense Match Ends in Tie; Beckham Injured
* OFT gets the CAT onside in football shirt price-fixing case
* Wales fade as Sparky departs
* domain-B : Indian business : management : general : Teams make stars
* BBC SPORT | Football | Europe | Woodgate to be out for 10 weeks
* BBC SPORT | Football | My Club | Liverpool | Baros admits frustration

Even a superb goal will not buy immunity
Telegraph.co.uk – Oct 10, 2004
Again, nothing by halves. To colonise the front and back doors into the surreal world of celebrity chatter has become a Beckham speciality. Women claiming to have had carnal knowledge of him is probably not the kind of attention he craves, but still he retains an incredible capacity to pull the spotlight his way. When, in his early years at Manchester United – on this same ground where he scored a sublime goal against the Welsh – Beckham decided to become famous, he learnt soon afterwards that notoriety could be manipulated and bent in his direction. The alternative was to have fame happening to him, as an exterior force. The kind of attention he hates is newspapers saying he cheats on his wife and pundits arguing he is in decline as a footballer, as many of us did at Euro 2004, where he was eclipsed by Wayne Rooney. With United, England and Real Madrid, there is one aspect of Beckham’s obsession with agenda-setting and limelight-grabbing that stands out… When, in his early years at Manchester United – on this same ground where he scored a sublime goal against the Welsh – Beckham decided to become famous, he learnt soon afterwards that notoriety could be manipulated and bent in his direction. The alternative was to have fame happening to him, as an exterior force. The kind of attention he hates is newspapers saying he cheats on his wife and pundits arguing he is in decline as a footballer, as many of us did at Euro 2004, where he was eclipsed by Wayne Rooney. With United, England and Real Madrid, there is one aspect of Beckham’s obsession with agenda-setting and limelight-grabbing that stands out. It is his belief that he can get away with being a Special Case. At United, his efforts to cultivate his position as a cross-over mega-star with ambitions to conquer America ran into the formidable obstacle of Sir Alex Ferguson. In Madrid, meanwhile, there were mutterings in the summer when Beckham tried to blame his lack of sharpness at Euro 2004 on his training regimen in Spain.

French players cite improvement after draw
SI.com – Oct 10, 2004
"I’m not angry with the players," said Domenech pleading for time and patience. "I had rather have the three points. But if you look at the challenge the Irish gave us, it’s not that bad. " France qualified for Euro 2004 with a 100 percent record in their eight games, conceding only two goals, though Pires said the path to Germany 2006 would be tougher. "It’s a well balanced group," the Arsenal player added of the qualifying group that includes Euro 2004 finalists Switzerland. "Which means that we will have to struggle until the end to qualify (for the 2006 World Cup finals). "It’s much more interesting.

WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS: Wales was outclassed in its match at Old…
Taipei Times – Oct 11, 2004
Beckham scored his team’s second goal at Old Trafford, but suffered a hairline rib fracture after on a tackle by Welsh defender Ben Thatcher. He’s certain to miss Wednesday’s Group 6 game at Baku, Azerbaijan, and will be examined next week by Real Madrid. “He scored a great goal, not many players can strike the ball like that but he is one of them,” England striker Wayne Rooney said. “He’s our captain, our leader and a great player, but whoever comes in to will do a good job. ”
Beckham drew a yellow card minutes after the injury for a tackle on Thatcher. It was his second yellow card of the qualifying tournament, which also disqualified him from the Azerbaijan match. England leads Group 6 with seven points… Poland moved into second place with six points, winning 3-1 over Austria in Vienna. The Poles have scored six goals in their last two games, both away from home. In key results: Slovenia upset Italy 1-0 in Group 5, France and Ireland drew 0-0 in Group 4, tiny Liechtenstein drew 2-2 with Euro 2004 runner-up Portugal in Group 3, and Spain defeated Belgium 2-0 in Group 7. Among the 23 European qualifying games for the 2006 World Cup in Germany, the Czech Republic bounced back from a 2-0 loss to the Netherlands by beating Romania 1-0 to slow the Romanians’ quick start in Group 1. Finland beat Armenia 3-1 to draw even on nine points with Romania. Borussia Dortmund striker Jan Koller scored the Czech’s lone goal, ending a three-game winless streak. “Nothing but victory would’ve worked for us, and we got it,” Czech coach Karel Bruckner said.

Confidence boost lifts modest Cole to dizzy heights
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Oct 12, 2004
Used on article pages to rotate the images of a story. Ashley Cole’s game is not based on simple heavy industry, but there has been no more consistent performer for Sven-Göran Eriksson’s team over the past 12 months. If there is a more accomplished left back in the game, then the Arsenal defender continues to fuel a lively debate. In Baku tomorrow, Cole will win his 35th cap and shortly after No 34, England’s head coach was lauding him as “absolutely world class”. Carlos Alberto has described the 23-year-old as a “beautiful player”, identifying him and Wayne Rooney as threats and, given that the coach of Azerbaijan was a World Cup-winning full back for Brazil in 1970, the compliment comes with substance. With Paolo Maldini and Bixente Lizarazu having shuffled off the international stage, perhaps only Roberto Carlos, of Brazil and Real Madrid, can rival Cole in terms of stature at the moment… html”–>It was during the European Championship finals — and particularly in his triumphant mastery over Cristiano Ronaldo, the Portugal winger, in the quarter-final — that Cole’s brilliance flourished. Earlier, he had spoken of experiencing unease at his elevated surroundings but, having laboured to strengthen his defensive qualities (which were a failing) and to cut out the frustrating instances of indiscipline, he has emerged as a rounded player. “Before Euro 2004, I thought I’d played well, but afterwards I felt more comfortable and more part of things,” he said. “Maybe it was just confidence, but the manager has given me confidence, so have the players and I feel I’m a real member of the team now. I wouldn’t say I’ve cracked it yet because I know I can play better, but after the summer I started to think: ‘Yes, I can defend and attack and not get exposed. ’ “The criticism was fair, but I’ve been taught well at Arsenal and I’ve improved. I’m not diving in to tackles as hard as I did, I stay on my feet more and I’m enjoying my football.

BBC SPORT | Football | My Club | Man Utd | Ferguson in admission on…
BBC News – Oct 10, 2004
Midfielder Scholes played on United’s American pre-season tour – a month after playing for England in Euro 2004. Despite Scholes’ retirement from international football, Ferguson admitted: “People have remarked that Paul looks a bit flat. “We brought him back too early from pre-season training – he only had three days preparation and a groin injury… But that does not concern Ferguson, who is confident the midfielder will soon recapture his form. Ferguson added: “What the fans have seen is not the real Paul Scholes but he’ll be fine in a few weeks.

Ferguson’s final countdown
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Oct 10, 2004
Come Germany, that’s eight years the country hasn’t been anywhere. I think it’s important. I am not getting any younger either. Missing out on Euro 2004, maybe with Berti coming and having a new team, maybe that was a bit too early but we’ve got to be looking at getting to the World Cup. I know it ’s a tough group, but everybody has a tough group. ” After a full recovery from the fractured left kneecap which could have ended his career, Ferguson’s natural span may take him through to South Africa 2010, but he knows that others in the Scotland squad are not so fortunate. “In the squad now, you’ve got wee Dicky (Paul Dickov), big Elvis (Steven Pressley) and Mickey (Colin) Cameron.

The top 10 Berti’s blunders
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Oct 10, 2004
This is the clincher, though: we lose 6-0. Having humbled the squabbling Dutch at Hampden last November through James McFadden’s goal, four days later the Tartan Army invade Amsterdam, the perfect city for them to celebrate the passage to Portugal and Euro 2004. Thankfully, it is also the ideal city to drown your sorrows, as Scotland collapse. Shorn of the defensive midfield staple of suspended captain Christian Dailly, Scotland are a shambles as Wesley Sneijder strides forward in the 13th minute and passes the ball into the net from 25 yards. It is only the beginning. Berti’s boys play as though they’ve never seen a set piece as they concede two identical headers in the space of four minutes to Andre Ooijer and Ruud van Nistelrooy… Post-match, as Berti explains another defeat live on TV, a voice is heard in the corridor as the teams head for the dressing-rooms. “Cheats! F****** diving cheats!” yells an unidentified Scottish voice. “Christian! Christian!” was Vogts’s response, not only scolding his captain but unveiling the culprit to a bemused audience9 All wrong in Hong Kong Warren Cummings? His one cap comes on Vogts’s tour to the Far East in the summer of 2002. Well, it is a sort of cap, because it is against a Hong Kong Select XI in a match not recognised as a full international by Fifa. The tour is a disaster. A 4-1 defeat by South Korea is made to look not quite so terrible by their fourth-placed finish at the subsequent World Cup finals, but the 2-0 defeat by South Africa is bad. James McFadden misses the plane back to Scotland after breaking a curfew on a night out, making the ‘Cheeky Boy’ the only Scot wanting to extend the trip10 Fans given shirt shrift Under severe pressure after the Holland and Wales fiascos, Berti meets with a supporters’ representative and declares he will hand a permanent squad number to the fans.

Hughes anxious to bow out with win
CNN International – Oct 12, 2004
They have been angered by the continual criticism from the man who walked away from the managers’ job after just 44 days and one match 10 years ago. "I haven’t been asked for my opinion who I would have," said Hughes. "But there may be a few individuals who I would not like to come in, but that’s for my own counsel. "I have not been aware of senior players wanting to quit. That is for players’ own choice and I have not had conversations with anyone on such subjects. "But I think the appointment is a very important one, obviously. I am sure that the FA of Wales will get it right… "Several players could consider retiring if Toshack got the job, he has done nothing but criticize us for five years," said one senior player. "If the FA of Wales get this one wrong, the whole thing could go pear-shaped again. "Hughes has taken Wales from 115 in the world to 57 in his time in control, and failed in the play-offs to reach the Euro 2004 finals. "I am proud of the work I have done, proud of the commitment and work of my staff and players," he said. "I could not have asked any more of them and they have given me everything they have. We may have come up a little short but it has not been for want of trying. "I would like to thank the Welsh public, the level of support and their continual backing has been fantastic.

Winning smile behind the Azeri
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Oct 10, 2004
” Azerbaijan had been making such progress under Torres that defeat against Austria in Vienna four days after the draw with Wales was treated as a disappointment. It was only in April, in his third game in charge, that the country won its first ever away game, versus Kazakhstan. This was followed by victory over Uzbekistan and a draw against Latvia, who were about to shock Germany at Euro 2004. “Azerbaijan is not like Brazil, where football is a religion, but I am confident we can do well,” says Torres. “It would be dangerous for England to underestimate us. The names of our opponents must not scare us. All we need to do is work as hard as we can.

It was a cruise for England
Telegraph.co.uk – Oct 10, 2004
They simply look a better, hungrier squad than the one that went to Euro 2004, and they have a better chance of winning. Even after the way in which they threw away a lead in Austria, you have to acknowledge that seven points from nine is a solid start, especially with the prospect of another three this week. England have Rio Ferdinand back from his ban, and they have Sol Campbell back from injury, and in the last six months they have lost their reliance on David Beckham and Michael Owen to score goals. Ledley King and John Terry have proved themselves strong alternatives to Campbell and Ferdinand, while Nicky Butt made an excellent deputy for Steven Gerrard on Saturday. England have become better equipped to win a tournament… Wayne Rooney is clearly ahead on his own, but there are others close behind. Defoe still needs to get his head up at times but he knows how to find the goal. Shaun Wright-Phillips is not the finished article quite yet but he could be an exceptional player. King and Terry we already know about, while Ashley Cole and Wayne Bridge seem to have formed a solid left-wing partnership. It’s some feat that we aren’t talking about how much England miss Paul Scholes. But that’s because Rooney has been such a revelation. I sympathise with Sir Alex Ferguson when he tries to protect the player, and the interest surrounding Rooney is enormous, but when he plays as well as he did against Wales then it is just impossible not to single him out.

Lippi warns Italy not to panic after loss
go.com – Oct 10, 2004
“We have to avoid becoming unfocused now because we made onemistake and we paid for it. In the entire game they had twochances, one would have been an own-goal from (Gianluca)Zambrotta and the other was the goal,” he added. The Azzurri, who had won their opening two games and notlost a World Cup qualifier since 1993, now play Belarus in Parmaon Wednesday and Lippi said his team cannot afford to wallow inself-pity. “We have to win in Parma, end of story. What would be reallynegative about this defeat is if we, as a team, made a drama outof it. “We have to realise that we are still developing as a groupand at this phase of development you can have a game that youlose after they had just one real chance,” he said. Lippi laughed off the suggestion that with Slovenia havingtaken over at the top of the group, qualification for the WorldCup finals in Germany in 2006 was now in jeopardy… These are justfairy tales invented by you (the press) who want to use them,”he said. “We didn’t put our chances away — Luca Toni hit the bar and(Francesco) Totti was just wide on a few occasions,” he said. He also reacted sharply to a question about the low-keyperformance of Totti, playing his first match since hissuspension for spitting at Euro 2004. “Why do you always want to talk about just Totti? Totti hada good game. I asked him to do double-up in midfield and attackand he grew as the game went on, like everyone,” said Lippi. Your views on this story?.

Club-less Tsartas salvages Greek pride
SI.com – Oct 12, 2004
The 31-year-old found himself in his current predicament after falling out with first division AEK Athens at the end of last season when the cash-strapped club failed to pay him. In a matter of weeks, Tsartas went from hero to zero, from one of the best paid players in the Greek league to unemployment and training with third division Thrasivoulos. His international career seemed all but over and Tsartas had not helped his chances of extending it with some harsh words for Rehhagel after the Euro 2004 triumph, saying the German was taking too much of the credit. Many said the elegant left-sided midfielder, who had invariably been used as a substitute by Rehhagel, was way past his prime anyway. Nevertheless, Rehhagel surprised everyone by continuing to include the midfielder in his squads. In the first qualifier against Albania, Greece were trailing 2-0 when Tsartas came on late in the first half. Six minutes later, Stelios Giannakopoulos pulled a goal back from Tsartas’s superb cross.

Bad day for land of my father
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Oct 11, 2004
Used on article pages to rotate the images of a story. Not surprisingly this is great ammunition for my colleagues. “So who are you supporting this weekend?” and “Where do you come from this time?” are just a couple of classics. Then there is the professional dilemma. If the truth be known we want all the home nations competing at the Germany World Cup in 2006 — the more the merrier for our viewing figures. Actually it’s not the viewing figures per se, of course as England’s presence in the tournament is a crucial factor in its success from a televisual point of view… Ryan Giggs and Gary Speed were playing for Wales when my Dad managed them in 1993, suffice to say that there wasn’t one player in the England squad left over form the Graham Taylor era. If Wales were going to get anything from this match it was going to be by sheer bloody determination. While we went through Euro 2004 believing that England did have a genuine chance and that they did have a great squad of players, it was only when Sven pulled out his 4-3-3 formation on Saturday that the embarrassment of riches England have up front really hit home. And then there’s the fact that Sven can afford to leave out John Terry — Hughes could have done something useful with a spare John Terry. That alone was enough to dampen the already faint hope.

Spanish media not impressed with win
go.com – Oct 10, 2004
Aragones apologised on Thursday for theoffence caused by his language but said his conscience was clearover accusations of racism. There was little reference to the controversy in the Spanishpress on Sunday, although El Pais noted ironically that Reyesplayed a less important role than he does for Arsenal “in spiteof the coach’s therapy during the week. El Pais also faulted Spain for not taking advantage of itsnumerical superiority to score more goals that would have helpedrestore faith in the team after its disappointingly early exitfrom Euro 2004. “The team is pleased with anything, to the extent that withtwo goals in the bag and facing nine Belgians in the secondhalf, it was incapable of improving its self-esteem and making agesture to the disenchanted fans,” it said. The win puts Spain alongside Serbia & Montenegro andLithuania at the top of Group Seven, with all three sides havingearned four points from their first two matches. Your views on this story?… Aragones apologised on Thursday for theoffence caused by his language but said his conscience was clearover accusations of racism. There was little reference to the controversy in the Spanishpress on Sunday, although El Pais noted ironically that Reyesplayed a less important role than he does for Arsenal “in spiteof the coach’s therapy during the week. El Pais also faulted Spain for not taking advantage of itsnumerical superiority to score more goals that would have helpedrestore faith in the team after its disappointingly early exitfrom Euro 2004. “The team is pleased with anything, to the extent that withtwo goals in the bag and facing nine Belgians in the secondhalf, it was incapable of improving its self-esteem and making agesture to the disenchanted fans,” it said. The win puts Spain alongside Serbia & Montenegro andLithuania at the top of Group Seven, with all three sides havingearned four points from their first two matches. Your views on this story?.

Tense Match Ends in Tie; Beckham Injured
Washington Post – Oct 10, 2004
Beckham was injured minutes after his 76th-inute goal when he was challenged by Wales defender Ben Thatcher. The English team initially said there was no break but a second X-ray revealed a hairline fracture. Tiny Liechtenstein delivered a shocker with a 2-2 tie against Portugal, the runner-up three months ago in Euro 2004. Slovakia leads Group 3 with 10 points after a 4-1 win over Latvia. Portugal is second with seven. In Group 2, Turkey and Ukraine share the lead with five points. Ukraine drew with European champion Greece, 1-1, and Turkey routed Kazakhstan, 4-1… In Group 2, Turkey and Ukraine share the lead with five points. Ukraine drew with European champion Greece, 1-1, and Turkey routed Kazakhstan, 4-1. Germany, which as host does not need to qualify for the World Cup, scored a 2-0 exhibition victory at Iran before 100,000 fans in Tehran. Scotland, beaten 1-0 in Glasgow by Norway, has just one point from two home games. Coach Berti Vogts is under big pressure and his team has yet to face Italy, the Group 5. Belarus’s 4-0 victory over Moldova means Vogts’s team is at least three points behind every Group 5 team except the Moldovans. Norway’s Steffen Iversen scored on a 55th-minute penalty kick for Norway, which won for the first time in three games.

OFT gets the CAT onside in football shirt price-fixing case
The Lawyer – Oct 11, 2004
According to the Director of Fair Trading John Vickers, before the OFT?s investigation began, it was very difficult to buy an adult short-sleeved England shirt for less than ?39. By Euro 2004, he says they were widely available for as little as ?25 ? a statistic to hearten every flag-waving fan in England. Make no mistake, though, that this appeal by all:sports and JJB was a crunch case for the OFT, which is no doubt relieved as well as delighted. Until football shirts, the regulator had stuck to low-profile targets. However, following a rare leak to the Evening Standard (which the regulator says was not officially sanctioned) and a total of ?18. 6m in fines for major high street names, the OFT ? an acronym not usually found on the lips of Joe Public ? was suddenly all over the press… However, following a rare leak to the Evening Standard (which the regulator says was not officially sanctioned) and a total of ?18. 6m in fines for major high street names, the OFT ? an acronym not usually found on the lips of Joe Public ? was suddenly all over the press. Not just all:sports and JJB, but ten businesses including the Football Association, Manchester United FC (MUFC), Umbro, Sports Soccer and JD Sports were found to have been involved in price-fixing. OFT assistant director of legal Simon Brindley points out that the regulator has never lost a cartel appeal on the basis of liability, but it has been overturned on the level of its fines on several occasions. The Competition Appeals Tribunal (CAT) has also been critical of the OFT?s case preparation, saying witness statements in the Hasbro toys and games price-fixing case were poorly drafted. Plus, on the merger side, the OFT was virtually castrated by the CAT earlier this year. The CAT gave a ruling in the IBA Health case, only partially reversed by the Court of Appeal, which under one interpretation meant that any marginally controversial decision should be referred to the senior merger control body the Competition Commission.

Wales fade as Sparky departs
go.com – Oct 11, 2004
Defeat to England on Saturday, leaving Wales with just two points from their first three games of their World Cup qualifying campaign, means the prospect of a glorious farewell to their international careers receded still further. There is evidence of decline, too, in recent results. Wales have not won in their last nine competitive games, stretching back to May 2003. Away fixtures in Serbia-Montenegro, Italy, Russia and England and the absences of key players like Giggs, Bellamy, Davies and Robbie Savage are mitigating circumstances, but it is the kind of run more associated with Bobby Gould’s shambolic outfit. It is to Hughes’ credit that he successfully camouflaged the Welsh weaknesses to take them to the brink of Euro 2004. But the paucity of his resources was perfectly illustrated when the late withdrawal of centre back Melville, on Saturday, resulted in the introduction of an attacking midfielder, Jason Koumas, necessitating two positional changes. A lack of alternatives to Melville meant right back Mark Delaney played in the centre of defence against England; a shortage of options there resulted in midfielder Davies dropping into defence… Wales have not won in their last nine competitive games, stretching back to May 2003. Away fixtures in Serbia-Montenegro, Italy, Russia and England and the absences of key players like Giggs, Bellamy, Davies and Robbie Savage are mitigating circumstances, but it is the kind of run more associated with Bobby Gould’s shambolic outfit. It is to Hughes’ credit that he successfully camouflaged the Welsh weaknesses to take them to the brink of Euro 2004. But the paucity of his resources was perfectly illustrated when the late withdrawal of centre back Melville, on Saturday, resulted in the introduction of an attacking midfielder, Jason Koumas, necessitating two positional changes. A lack of alternatives to Melville meant right back Mark Delaney played in the centre of defence against England; a shortage of options there resulted in midfielder Davies dropping into defence. The over-reliance on key individuals was also apparent with Savage suspended (though passion, one of the most overused words in the football lexicon, appeared a synonym for the ceaseless harrying of an ostentatious irritant). And while Sven-Goran Eriksson may not have found a left winger who meets his requirements, Hughes’ first-choice left back for two years was Speed.

domain-B : Indian business : management : general : Teams make stars
domain-B – Oct 11, 2004
Great team, solid purpose, lots and lots of bashing. Harsha
Bhogle: Lot’s of stars in the team as well. Rahul we’ve
got enough examples in sports and it is not always that
a collection of stars makes a great team as we have seen
in recent times with France losing to Greece in Euro 2004
(soccer championships). Real Madrid’s collection of stars
couldn’t win this Spanish League and nobody knew anyone
in Valencia. Collection of stars, can it make a team?
Rahul
Dravid: No, I don’t think so. You got to have different
kinds of individuals on your side. I think if you pack
your side up with stars or similar kinds of players then
I think you are not really going to form a team… Great team, solid purpose, lots and lots of bashing. Harsha
Bhogle: Lot’s of stars in the team as well. Rahul we’ve
got enough examples in sports and it is not always that
a collection of stars makes a great team as we have seen
in recent times with France losing to Greece in Euro 2004
(soccer championships). Real Madrid’s collection of stars
couldn’t win this Spanish League and nobody knew anyone
in Valencia. Collection of stars, can it make a team?
Rahul
Dravid: No, I don’t think so. You got to have different
kinds of individuals on your side. I think if you pack
your side up with stars or similar kinds of players then
I think you are not really going to form a team.

BBC SPORT | Football | Europe | Woodgate to be out for 10 weeks
BBC News – Oct 11, 2004
“These 10 weeks are the time we estimate will be necessary to guarantee proper healing,” said Real doctor Alfonso Del Corral. Woodgate was hoping to make his debut for Real in a friendly on Tuesday as he closed in on a comeback before suffering the latest setback in his recovery. He has been out since playing for Newcastle against Chelsea in April 2004 and the injury ruled Woodgate out of England’s squad for Euro 2004. 4m for his services despite his lengthy injury problems.

BBC SPORT | Football | My Club | Liverpool | Baros admits frustration
BBC News – Oct 10, 2004
Baros told the News of the World: “I have started the last few games from the bench and after being top scorer at Euro 2004 that is a surprise. “I don’t think I’m a better or worse player than I was three months ago. ”

Baros added: “I am using thoughts of that tournament to help me and I’m not afraid of the challenge… “When I go on to the pitch I say to myself: ‘this is the time for me, this will be good’. “Euro 2004 was amazing for me but I don’t think about it all the time. “I just try to do my job at Liverpool, I only remember the games and the goals if I see them on TV. ”

Baros’s frustration is increased as he can see Liverpool’s revival under Benitez turning them into genuine Premiership contenders. He said: “As a team, we feel things are coming together. We have new players in the team who are starting to fit in and with every training session we are getting better.

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