Euro 2012 – Ukraine and Poland

December 20, 2004

‘Beckham not out in the cold’ – Coach

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The News Review:

* Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
* BBC SPORT | Football | Ronaldinho wins Fifa player award
* ‘Rape drug’ used to rob thousands
* ‘Beckham not out in the cold’ – Coach
* GAME TALK: UEFA Euro 2004
* They said it this year . . .
* MATCH VIEWS FROM THE BROADSHEETS
* Disenchanted Totti threatens to leave Roma
* Buylines Christmas special
* Ireland ranking matches peak of Charlton era
* Gaffes.com
* Time to give top players a break
* Soccer Clubs to Be Compensated for Player Injuries at World Cup
* Fifa moves to avoid star burn-out
* Bayern Munich v Arsenal
* Czech Football
* Team of the Week

Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
Daily Times – Dec 20, 2004
Never having won a game in a major championship, Greece overcame 100-1 odds to win the Euro 2004 title. And 50-1 outsider Porto not Real Madrid or AC Milan won the Champions League. The surprises weren?t necessarily a great advertisement for the world?s most popular game. The grind of year-round soccer seemed to wear down the world?s biggest stars and weaken the most powerful national teams and clubs. Greece and Porto were tough to beat, rather than great entertainers.

BBC SPORT | Football | Ronaldinho wins Fifa player award
BBC News – Dec 20, 2004
“But we all play in our own way and each of the three nominees deserved to win. I’m even more happy now that I have won. “I must thank my Barcelona colleagues because I could not have won it without them… Five points were awarded for a first place nomination, three for second and one for third. Ronaldinho gained 89 first place votes, Henry 79 and Shevchenko 34. Last year’s winner Zinedine Zidane of Real Madrid, who announced his international retirement from the France team after Euro 2004, came fourth. Juventus and Czech Republic midfielder Pavel Nedved, last year’s European Footballer of the Year finished fifth.

‘Rape drug’ used to rob thousands
Guardian Unlimited – Dec 19, 2004
According to Graham Rhodes of the Roofie Foundation, an organisation set up in 1997 to help victims of drug-assisted rape and campaign for increased sentencing, there may be as many as 2,000 cases of drug-assisted robbery each year compared to about 900 incidents of drug-assisted rape. Although the drug is most commonly used by men against women, one-in-10 victims of drug-assisted sexual assault is male. ‘We are very much geared towards supporting victims of drug-assisted sexual assault and rape so those who have been robbed would not necessarily get in touch with us, but based on the calls we do get we estimate that the 900 cases represent only 30 per cent of drug-assisted crime and that most of the remaining 70 per cent involves some form of robbery,’ Rhodes said. ‘The scenarios are all very similar. We have had cases of people waking up in the street, in the toilet of a pub or at home to find all their valuables stolen. They often assume they simply had too much to drink and don’t realise they have been the victim of an organised robbery. ‘Christmas is a particularly busy time for this kind of activity because there are lots of people going out drinking who don’t normally go out very much and therefore are less aware of the dangers of having their drinks spiked… ‘ Earlier this year a con artist, dubbed ‘the cookie monster’, was jailed for two-and-a-half years in Amsterdam. He robbed dozens of tourists after giving them biscuits laced with Rohypnol. Last year Welsh football fans travelling to Moscow for the team’s Euro 2004 qualifier were warned to be extra vigilant in pubs and bars after the British Embassy received a number of complaints from fans who had been robbed after their drinks were spiked with Rohypnol. In parts of Latin America the problem is so widespread that buses and trains carry signs warning tourists not to accept food or drink from strangers. Rohypnol, available on the black market for as little as £1 per pill, is popular as a date-rape drug because it increases libido, does not fully incapacitate the victim and wipes out almost all memory of what has happened. GHB, also known as liquid ecstasy, has similar effects and is used for the same purpose.

‘Beckham not out in the cold’ – Coach
U.TV – Dec 20, 2004
“There are 38 games in La Liga and we are in two more competitions, so you can`t take the fact that a player doesn`t play one game out of context,” added Remon Garcia. The big guns should be back for Wednesday`s trip to Sevilla. But Beckham is not guaranteed to return, having failed to shine as brightly as he did in the first six months of his career in Spain. Twelve months ago, the former Manchester United star was playing some of the best football of his career but he has since been dogged by niggling injuries and indifferent form. After his first ever Christmas break, the edge was lost from his match fitness and he picked up an ankle knock in the first game back, which kept him out for three weeks. Madrid`s season went into freefall and they ended without a trophy, an almost unthinkable state for such a high-profile club. A desperate Euro 2004 compounded Beckham`s misery and a cracked rib, picked up playing for England against Wales in the autumn, then kept him out for six weeks… After his first ever Christmas break, the edge was lost from his match fitness and he picked up an ankle knock in the first game back, which kept him out for three weeks. Madrid`s season went into freefall and they ended without a trophy, an almost unthinkable state for such a high-profile club. A desperate Euro 2004 compounded Beckham`s misery and a cracked rib, picked up playing for England against Wales in the autumn, then kept him out for six weeks. He has not made his favoured central midfield position his own and has been cast out to the wing in Figo`s absence. Indeed, the right side could be where he ends up if the 32-year-old Portuguese playmaker departs the Bernabeu, as rumours suggest.

GAME TALK: UEFA Euro 2004
Pakistan Dawn – Dec 18, 2004
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GAME TALK: UEFA Euro 2004
By Muhammad Muneeb
Like the World Cup, UEFA?s Euro tournament takes place every four years ? pitting 16 qualifying teams against each other in group and knockout stages until only one remains. UEFA Euro 2004 might have only a fraction of the teams and features found in this year?s FIFA offering, but the game play and options it offers are actually sufficiently different from those found in FIFA 2004 to make it a worthwhile purchase. As the manager of an international soccer team, your job entails not only qualifying for major tournaments but also making sure that your entire squad is in the best shape it can be before the team?s first match. UEFA Euro 2004?s player morale system, which is represented by coloured bars of varying lengths next to players? names, allows you to easily determine which of your players are in top form (because their morale is affected by their performances on the pitch) so that you can take action when necessary. Some players, for example, will become depressed if they don?t make it into your starting 11 or get stuck on the substitute bench for a period of time. Some players will get morale boosts for doing nothing more than sitting on the subs? bench during a match, buta majority of your team members will need to have played an active part in the game… com ———- –>

GAME TALK: UEFA Euro 2004
By Muhammad Muneeb
Like the World Cup, UEFA?s Euro tournament takes place every four years ? pitting 16 qualifying teams against each other in group and knockout stages until only one remains. UEFA Euro 2004 might have only a fraction of the teams and features found in this year?s FIFA offering, but the game play and options it offers are actually sufficiently different from those found in FIFA 2004 to make it a worthwhile purchase. As the manager of an international soccer team, your job entails not only qualifying for major tournaments but also making sure that your entire squad is in the best shape it can be before the team?s first match. UEFA Euro 2004?s player morale system, which is represented by coloured bars of varying lengths next to players? names, allows you to easily determine which of your players are in top form (because their morale is affected by their performances on the pitch) so that you can take action when necessary. Some players, for example, will become depressed if they don?t make it into your starting 11 or get stuck on the substitute bench for a period of time. Some players will get morale boosts for doing nothing more than sitting on the subs? bench during a match, buta majority of your team members will need to have played an active part in the game. So now it?s up to you to keep all the players happy or make important decisions that are crucial for the team.

They said it this year . . .
Independent Online – Dec 18, 2004
‘All I want to do now is stand in the corner and howl’
European Championship:
“The Greeks made football history today. It’s amazing what football has managed to do in Greece. It has managed to unite all Greeks all over the world, something that politics are unable to do” – Greece coach Otto Rehhagel after his team beat Portugal to win Euro 2004. “When I walk around, people salute me and now I must be the only person allowed to drive in the bus lanes” – Rehhagel about his standing in Greece. Soccer:
“When I was dying, the doors of the Argentine Football Association were open for whatever I wanted to do. Now that I’m alive, they don’t even call me on the phone to say ‘Merry Christmas, Happy New Year’” – Diego Maradona responding to the possibility of coaching Argentina’s national team. “I have not seen any pizza… Soccer:
“When I was dying, the doors of the Argentine Football Association were open for whatever I wanted to do. Now that I’m alive, they don’t even call me on the phone to say ‘Merry Christmas, Happy New Year’” – Diego Maradona responding to the possibility of coaching Argentina’s national team. “I have not seen any pizza. What is important for me in football is what happens on the pitch” – Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger on an alleged food fight which occurred after Manchester United ended the London side’s 49-game unbeaten league run with a 2-0 victory at Old Trafford. Motor Racing:
“His is a car that goes like a Ferrari and is built like a tractor. It just never breaks down” – an envious David Coulthard talking about Schumacher’s Formula One car. “I’m not an F1 team principal so I don’t change my mind every few minutes” – FIA president Max Mosley explaining why there was no going back on his decision to stand down.

MATCH VIEWS FROM THE BROADSHEETS
Redissue – Dec 19, 2004
But at least they lit the fuse last night with a win that fairly crackled and fizzed with energy, incident and, yes, goal after goal, but never exploded into anything utterly convincing. In fact, you would need the opposite adjective to describe the United defence, who simply do not seem to know when a game is won. Twice they allowed Palace to equalise and if it had not been for two goals from the irrepressible Paul Scholes, as well as a vintage Ryan Giggs performance, the points they managed to throw away against Fulham last Monday could conceivably have been in danger of being replicated here. Indeed, despite the overwhelming scoreline, it was anything but glory, glory on a day when Ruud van Nistelrooy’s injury was revealed to be worse than first feared. “It was the calf but now it’s the Achilles,” said Sir Alex Ferguson. “The recommended treatment is therapy and doing a complete rehab on his injury. Hopefully, it’s four weeks or six weeks at the very most but we don’t know for certain… It’s been quite a transformation for Scholes, long acknowledged as a model professional and whose two goals here took his total to six in his past six matches. The rediscovery of his form could hardly have coincided with a time when United needed it more, with Ruud van Nistelrooy’s calf problem having now turned into an Achilles injury. Scholes is now reaping the benefits of his decision to retire from international football, and his zest for the game appears fully restored after his sluggish displays following Euro 2004. ‘He was always going to come good,’ said Ferguson. ‘I called them back into training too early and that’s my fault. He had a topsy-turvy start but he’s back now. ‘ How Ferguson needs Scholes and Ryan Giggs, another of Fergie’s original fledglings back to his inspirational best, to maintain this type of form.

Disenchanted Totti threatens to leave Roma
chinadaily.com.cn – Dec 20, 2004
[AFP]Totti, whose contract
expires in 2006, blamed a summer of turmoil during which they had three
different coaches for the club’s disappointing position in mid-table and their
first round exit from the Champions League. Fabio Capello left to join Juventus and was then replaced by former Parma
coach Cesare Prandelli… “I am the captain only when things are going well. “After we lost to Udinese, they insulted me in the street, calling me a
mercenary and a millionaire playboy. They shouted at me: ‘You’re already
thinking about playing for another club – get out of here!’”

Totti, who can play as an out-and-out striker or in a more withdrawn role,
disgraced himself at Euro 2004 by spitting in the face of Danish opponent
Christian Poulsen which earned him a three-match ban.

Buylines Christmas special
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Dec 20, 2004
A Decade of Great Matches (Lace International, £19. 99) focuses on excellence rather than incompetence. Eighteen games “from the most exciting league in the world” (no, not La Liga) are showcased, with match highlights interspersed with comments from managers and players. As a bonus, a panel of experts selects the top ten goals from the first ten seasons of the Premiership. Beckham from the halfway line, anyone? More than 25 years before the Premiership was even a glint in a marketing man’s eye, there was one very special game at Wembley, which England won 4-2. A special collectors’ edition DVD (Lace International, £19. 99) includes the complete match — digitally remastered — and also a full reprint of the matchday programme… If that hasn’t sated your appetite for sporting insolence, try The Big Book of Sports Insults, by David Milsted (Orion, £6. It is not actually very big, but it is crammed with several hundred amusing and witty barbs, several the work of Times readers who contributed to the Big Bother competition during Euro 2004. Gems include Bryan Roy’s parting shot when he left the City Ground in 1997: “All Nottingham has is Robin Hood, and he’s dead. ”T-SHIRTSA LINE-UP OF NEW SIGNINGS THAT INCLUDES Brian Clough, Bill Nicholson, Bob Paisley, Vladimir Nabokov and J. Priestley — it could only be the Philosophy Football range of shirts.

Ireland ranking matches peak of Charlton era
Telegraph.co.uk – Dec 20, 2004
Coincidentally, Kerr also lost only one of their 11 games in his first year in charge. Unfortunately for him, however, it was in the key Euro 2004 qualifying fixture in Switzerland, a setback which cost them the chance of going to the finals in Portugal last summer. Now after drawing with the Swiss in Basle in September… Those two results vindicated Kerr’s gamble to play their most difficult games early in the qualifying process, a gamble which also worked to McCarthy’s advantage four years ago. Given Ireland’s impressive record at Lansdowne Road neither France nor Switzerland will relish visiting Dublin at the start of next season but Kerr is not reading too much into those early results. He said: “It’s possible that we caught both of them a little off guard so soon after the European finals but almost certainly that will not be the case when they play here. They will be aware of our home record and the certainty is that they will fight tooth and nail to stay in the competition. “Kerr is at pains to emphasise that, apart from the Swiss and French fixtures, there are some formidable obstacles standing before qualification for Germany is assured. Of these, the visit to Tel Aviv in March is the most threatening.

Gaffes.com
Times of India – Dec 19, 2004
But then he plays for Indiana, a state credited with America’s traditional
insult: ‘Who’s your daddy?’

BILLBOARD:

Organisers of the
WTA Championships in LA, to up ticket sales, put up a sumptuous poster of
Sharapova on Sunset Boulevard. ‘How could they?’ moralists screamed. Sharapova
was not too bothered. CASHING
IN:

Australian cricketers spent a chunk of their time promoting brands
during their tour of India, returning with their baggy full of green. Today’s
sport, mate, is about conquering the Finance Frontier. DRAVID:

What happens when
the Wall comes up against the Security Wall? He has to stay indoors. Safety
reasons forced Dravid and wife Vijeta in the hotel after missing team trip in
Chittagong… Much of it had to do with
his effort to learn Hindi, second only to Sonia Gandhi. MCGRATH:

Pigeon knocked his
first ever Test 50, against the Kiwis, then got a bat contract for it. NO SEX:

The German team
doctor at Euro 2004, prohibited players from having sex during the tournament. ‘Have water instead,’ he said. Now that’s a suitable alternative to love-making.

Time to give top players a break
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Dec 20, 2004
Indeed, all the principal leagues in Europe have a winter or mid-season break, except the Barclays Premiership. The FA and Sven-Göran Eriksson are desperate for a winter respite and one of Mark Palios’s final acts as chief executive was to give the FA’s full backing to a two-week break. In the aftermath of Euro 2004 one of the main talking points was how exhausted the players were by the quarter-finals and, in the review of England’s performance, a mid-season break was proposed as something that would perhaps help in future. I think a mid-season break would help England’s chances, but if it doesn’t happen then players and management should not be using it as an excuse when they fail to progress beyond the last eight. I was once at Goodison Park watching Everton play Leeds United and Thomas Gravesen was signalling to the bench that he was tired. We were still in the first half of a fairly quiet game when one wit shouted “Tired! Tired! That’ s what I am when I get home from a hard day’s work labouring… In fact, if the two weeks were divided up as a week for the players to spend with families and a week warm-weather training with their club where they could do speed and fitness work, which they never have the time or energy to indulge in normally, then they would come back stronger and sharper. In the modern world of sports science, rest is as important as any aspect of training if you are going to keep up the tempo in a 40-week season. To be of benefit it has to be good-quality rest and not photo opportunities for sponsors or promotional trips halfway round the world, but that’s for the clubs to decide. The obvious argument against a break is where you fit the extra games into the schedule. Either you start the season a week earlieror you have a couple of extra midweek fixtures. On balance, most managers would recognise that the benefit of the break would outweigh the extra midweek games. The season always seems to be slow to get going anyway.

Soccer Clubs to Be Compensated for Player Injuries at World Cup
Bloomberg – Dec 20, 2004
The G-14 groupincluding Real Madrid and Manchester United has been lobbyingFIFA for a share in revenue from international tournaments tocompensate them for releasing players to national teams. United manager Alex Ferguson has regularly complained ofplayers returning from international tournaments with injuries. The club's teenage striker Wayne Rooney missed the first sixweeks of the season after breaking a bone in his foot playing forEngland at Euro 2004 in Portugal. FIFA's new stance was adopted at an executive committeemeeting in Zurich. The organization also said it rejected theplans of 15 leagues to form a so-called European League, withoutgiving details of the proposals. The G-14 group also comprises AC Milan, Inter Milan,Juventus, Ajax, PSV Eindhoven, Arsenal, Liverpool, Barcelona,Valencia, Borussia Dortmund, Bayer Leverkusen, Porto, OlympiqueMarseille, Paris Saint-Germain and Lyon. In March, the organization asked competition authorities inSwitzerland to investigate FIFA, saying it was unfair that thebody and national teams could demand the release of players… The G-14 group also comprises AC Milan, Inter Milan,Juventus, Ajax, PSV Eindhoven, Arsenal, Liverpool, Barcelona,Valencia, Borussia Dortmund, Bayer Leverkusen, Porto, OlympiqueMarseille, Paris Saint-Germain and Lyon. In March, the organization asked competition authorities inSwitzerland to investigate FIFA, saying it was unfair that thebody and national teams could demand the release of players. G-14spokesman Thomas Kurth was not immediately available for comment. To contact the reporter on this story:Sam Sheringham on at. net Last Updated: December 20, 2004 07:43 EST.

Fifa moves to avoid star burn-out
BBC News – Dec 19, 2004
The early finish will give stars almost a month before the tournament starts. However, there will be two exemptions: the European Champions League Cup final will take place on 17 May and the FA Cup final at the new Wembley on 20 May. Fifa president Sepp Blatter said: “We could not refuse this special final and the opening date of the new Wembley. ”

Blatter said he envisaged players taking a week’s holiday before spending two-and-a-half weeks with their national squad before the finals in Germany begin on 9 June. He added: “We have taken a historical and courageous decision. We saw player burn-out in 2002 and also at Euro 2004… ”

Blatter said he envisaged players taking a week’s holiday before spending two-and-a-half weeks with their national squad before the finals in Germany begin on 9 June. He added: “We have taken a historical and courageous decision. We saw player burn-out in 2002 and also at Euro 2004.

Bayern Munich v Arsenal
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Dec 19, 2004
Thus you might say that Wenger had proved his point. Nevertheless, his choice of Almunia for such an important game still seems so baffling that you wonder if there is a hidden agenda. Lehmann, after all, is not the most placid of players, as his behaviour in the Bundesliga amply testified. This is hardly a Bayern side to rank with their famous teams of the past — the great side, for example, that won three European titles in a row under the captaincy of Franz Beckenbauer in the 1970s, the team that was so unlucky to lose the 1999 final to Manchester United’s late revival, or the one that beat Valencia on penalties in 2001 and gave Real Madrid such a hard run for their money the next year. As Germany heads into its winter shutdown, Bayern hold a slender lead at the head of the Bundesliga, level on points with Schalke but with a superior goal difference… Sebastian Deisler, the eternal great hope of German football, is, it seems, forever ruled out by some kind of injury trouble. Mehmet Scholl, so clever at creating opportunities for his colleagues, is also plagued by injury. But they have such an abundance of talent in midfield that the 20-year-old Bastian Schweinsteiger, one of the few German successes in Euro 2004, seems confined to the role of substitute deluxe. Bayern’s two influential recruits from Leverkusen, Ze Roberto and Michael Ballack, scorer of yet another goal for Germany in Japan last week, are thriving, as is the German international Torsten Frings. They also have Owen Hargreaves to call on. Their manager, Felix Magath, who scored the winner for Hamburg in the 1983 European Cup final, says that after a difficult beginning, “the team has found itself”. Bayern made an uneasy start in the Champions League in Tel Aviv, where only a penalty by Makaay gave them a 1-0 victory against Maccabi, but a 4-0 win over Ajax sparked their campaign.

Czech Football
radio.cz – Dec 19, 2004
Today in ABC of Czech we’re looking at thebasics of football in Czech. To start with Czechs play fotbal, and as you can see, Czech fotbal onlyhas one ‘o’ and one ‘l’. If you want to use a strictly Czech word, then you can say kopan?, derivedfrom the verb to kick – kopat. And what you kick is a m?? – ball… If a team misses a penalta and the keeper – brank??hasn’t touched the ball, then he gets a goal kick – kop od br?ny and hopeshis team isn’t offside – ofsajd!That is all for today! The next time you play fotbal, make sure you arenot ofsajd. Take care! M?jte se! Bye-bye! ?au-?au!.

Team of the Week
go.com – Dec 19, 2004
Manchester United’s Paul Scholes bagged two, made another and was a nuisance as Crystal Palace’s Emmerson Boyce scored an own goal. Chelsea’s Arjen Robben is the second such player. He seems to be benefiting from his post-Euro 2004 injury lay-off, with a spring in his step and supreme skill that few are able to nullify. He was also a scorer and creator, against lowly Norwich City. And last but not least we head to the first game of the weekend, as Birmingham City took on Bryan Robson’s West Bromwich Albion. Far be it from me to say the Baggies made a mistake in appointing their one-time hero, but the Baggies made a mistake in appointing their one-time hero. David Dunn was the pick of the bunch as the Blues dished out a 4-0 thumping… He seems to be benefiting from his post-Euro 2004 injury lay-off, with a spring in his step and supreme skill that few are able to nullify. He was also a scorer and creator, against lowly Norwich City. And last but not least we head to the first game of the weekend, as Birmingham City took on Bryan Robson’s West Bromwich Albion. Far be it from me to say the Baggies made a mistake in appointing their one-time hero, but the Baggies made a mistake in appointing their one-time hero. David Dunn was the pick of the bunch as the Blues dished out a 4-0 thumping. His injury woes finally seem to be behind him – and he’s showing the St Andrew’s fans just what he can do. All that was good seemed the go through goalscorer Dunn.

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