Euro 2012 – Ukraine and Poland

March 23, 2005

Germany agree $389,000 World bonus

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The News Review:

* Kluivert says he may reject Holland call-up
* Eriksson on offensive as row over tour to US simmers
* Not A Crooked Styles
* Germany agree $389,000 World bonus
* Hughes left flawed legacy, says Toshack
* Rooney accused of assault
* Meier wants painful punishment for Mourinho
* Weir back and on mission to succeed for persuasive Smith
* Football: Klinsmann gathers big World Cup squad
* Liverpool inspired by Carragher’s defiance
* Blowing the whistle on pitch battles
* England expects. Again.
* planetblues.co.uk – Story
* England expects. Again.
* Barca set to beat Spurs to Van Bommel
* channel4.com – French Football
* Sports Betting and Gambling Odds Online
* channel4.com – Football Italia
* The Peninsula On-line: Qatar’s leading English Daily

Kluivert says he may reject Holland call-up
Independent Online – Mar 21, 2005
Kluivert, who scored 40 times in 79 games for the Netherlands but has been overlooked since Euro 2004, said he was unconcerned about not being asked to represent his country by new coach Marco van Basten. “Holland is not important for me. It does not interest me at the moment,” the 28-year-old was quoted as saying in The Journal newspaper in Newcastle on Monday. “All I care about is Newcastle United and doing well for Newcastle. I am desperate to stay here because I am enjoying my football and I am very happy on and off the pitch.

Eriksson on offensive as row over tour to US simmers
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Mar 23, 2005
Three weeks is not enough. I spoke to the Uefa sport doctor and he said the same. Our fitness level was not good enough in Portugal [at Euro 2004] and especially Japan [for the 2002 World Cup finals]. ” This assumes, of course, that England qualify for the finals in Germany. Top of the group, they should secure another six points with victories at a sold-out Old Trafford on Saturday and against Azerbaijan in Newcastle a week today. David Beckham went to hospital for a scan on a back injury yesterday but is expected to join in full training today.

Not A Crooked Styles
BBC News – Mar 21, 2005
I bet he never forgets a birthday cos he loves giving out cards. Really, you don’t want him in charge of a Merseyside derby, do you? Still, I didn’t think the bloke did much wrong meself. Rafa reckons his centre-forward should have been treated a bit more lightly – but apart from his shockingly good Euro 2004, Milan has been M-Baros-ing since he joined Liverpool. He never looks up! He must run into doors every day of his life! Then there’s Moyesy mumbling about not enough injury time. Frankly, the lob-it-in-the-box-and-hope approach wasn’t going to get them an equaliser if they’d played a third half. These days our officials aren’t so much refs as managers’ get-out clauses… Really, you don’t want him in charge of a Merseyside derby, do you? Still, I didn’t think the bloke did much wrong meself. Rafa reckons his centre-forward should have been treated a bit more lightly – but apart from his shockingly good Euro 2004, Milan has been M-Baros-ing since he joined Liverpool. He never looks up! He must run into doors every day of his life! Then there’s Moyesy mumbling about not enough injury time. Frankly, the lob-it-in-the-box-and-hope approach wasn’t going to get them an equaliser if they’d played a third half. These days our officials aren’t so much refs as managers’ get-out clauses. Baros was bonkers and Everton were crap.

Germany agree $389,000 World bonus
CNN – Mar 23, 2005
A victory in the final in Berlin on July 9 2006 will see them net the jackpot of 300,000 euros each, more than triple what was on offer in the 2002 World Cup. A 92,000 euro purse was the reward for winning the World Cup in Japan and South Korea with Germany picking up 71,500 euros after falling to a 2-0 defeat by Brazil in the final. German players went home empty-handed from Euro 2004 after they crashed out at the group stage. The German team members will also receive a 60,000 euro bonus if they win the Confederations Cup which will be held in Germany from June 15-29 this year. They will earn 20,000 euros for a final appearance and 10,000 for the semifinals. Coach Klinsmann supported the players’ demand saying: "The national team is the biggest provider of income for the DFB. It is only legitimate that the team wants its share… Klinsmann, assistant coach Joachim Loew, goalkeeper-trainer Andreas Koekpe and team manager Oliver Bierhoff outlined their ideas and plans to the players on Tuesday night. "I was motivated a lot. You can not start early enough to make the players familiar with the big goal 2006," said defender Markus Babbel, who returned to the squad after a five-year absence. Klinsmann took the coaching job from Rudi Voeller last summer and has managed to create a new euphoria among players and fans after the winless Euro 2004 elimination. His big aim is guiding Germany to the World Cup title, 16 years after he lifted the trophy as a player in 1990 — Germany’s third and so far last title. But first comes the preparation as 31 players — the others were sidelined with injury — underwent the second part of a major fitness checkest carried out by doctors and fitness experts from the U.

Hughes left flawed legacy, says Toshack
Telegraph.co.uk – Mar 21, 2005
“We went to Azerbaijan for the start of the World Cup qualifiers last autumn, 10 months after missing out against the Russians [in the Euro 2004 play-offs] with an average age of 30. “What had happened in that time? To be honest I feel that we lost a little bit of time there which now needs to be made up as quickly as possible. “Cardiff was still recovering from a collective hangover as the celebrations spilled over from Saturday’s Grand Slam success and Toshack used that achievement to illustrate his point. “Take a look at the Welsh rugby team,” Toshack said. “Speak to the coach and he’ll tell you before he moved into the job there were a lot of problems resolved for him… England could be without any Chelsea or Liverpool players involved in the Champions League final, as well as Real Madrid’s David Beckham and Michael Owen, whose league fixtures will not be complete. Eriksson, whose England team play Northern Ireland at Old Trafford on Saturday, said: “I am sure after this season ends, some players will need operations so I think there will be some young players going and it is a good opportunity to see them. “But I am not worried that the players will get too little holiday as, when we made fixture list for the World Cup qualifiers, my only request was not to play in June.

Rooney accused of assault
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Mar 23, 2005
Greater Manchester Police have confirmed they are launching inquiries into claims by a 22-year-old student that Rooney struck him during an argument in a Manchester city centre bar on Monday night. Police have, however, not yet made contact with the Football Association about whether they are interested in interviewing Rooney this week while he is on England duty. The 19-year-old forward will therefore continue preparations for Saturday’s game at Old Trafford, with a training session at Manchester United’s Carrington base this morning. Only if Rooney, who denies the accusation, is later found guilty of any offence will his England place be jeopardised, although the FA may have to review the situation if he is actually charged… Gerrard was not involved in any allegations of violence but was also caught on a late night out just five days before that qualifier. Rooney insisted only last summer he would try to avoid such potentially controversial situations. “Obviously you want to try and avoid them,” he said before the Euro 2004 finals. “But I’m a young lad so if I want to go out a week before a game, I will. I just won’t go out three or four days before a game. ” Gerrard, meanwhile, warned Rooney that he must be the model professional both on and off the pitch to fulfil his enormous potential. The Liverpool midfield player, now 24, may have at first insisted that he was not at fault, with only a few alcopops having been drunk.

Meier wants painful punishment for Mourinho
Independent Online – Mar 22, 2005
“A penalty has to hurt,” Meier, who retired at the end of 2004, told Stern magazine in an interview published on Tuesday. “If Mourinho got a suspension and was not allowed to sit on the bench in the quarterfinal against Bayern, that would hurt. ”

Mourinho is on a disrepute charge from Uefa for suggesting that referee Anders Frisk influenced the result of Chelsea’s 2-1 first-leg defeat by Barcelona in the last round of the competition, after a half-time chat with Barca coach Frank Rijkaard. Chelsea host Bayern Munich in the first leg of the quarterfinal on April 6, with the return in Germany on April 12… “The boundaries have been crossed but nothing happens. ”

Frisk quit refereeing after receiving death threats from Chelsea supporters and the Swede has resisted all attempts to persuade him to return. Meier received death threats himself after he disallowed a Sol Campbell goal for England against Portugal at Euro 2004. In a separate interview last week he voiced concerns that a referee might one day be killed if players and coaches continued to whip up hostility.

Weir back and on mission to succeed for persuasive Smith
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Mar 23, 2005
The Everton defender will make his first appearance for his country in more than 2½ years when he earns his 38th cap in the World Cup group five qualifying tie. He went into international limbo when he retired from the Scotland set-up in October 2002 after falling out with Berti Vogts — sending him a blunt letter — in the wake of the ignominious 2-2 draw in the Faeroe Isles that was the former national coach’s first competitive game in charge or Scotland, but served to symbolise his wretched 33-month reign. If Weir did not exactly shed many tears when Vogts departed in November, he was still surprised that the German’s successor, Walter Smith, should persuade him to come out of hibernation. The 34-year-old felt that time had passed him by, despite his impressive contribution to the Merseyside club’s push into the elite of the Barclays Premiership this season. Weir was reacquainting himself yesterday with the familiar base of the Scotland squad, at the hotel on the shores of Loch Lomond, and reflecting on the remarkable turn in fortune. He admits that his decision to turn his back on Scotland was hard, but even tougher was watching the Vogts reign unravel on his television set… ” It was Smith who bought Weir from Hearts, yet even he must be surprised at the Indian summer the defender has enjoyed this season as Everton have climbed to fourth in the table. “I have really enjoyed this season and it would be great if I was still in the Premiership next season,” Weir said. His longevity echoes that of Paolo Maldini and Alessandro Costacurta, the Italy defenders, who stood down from the Azzurri only after Euro 2004 and still play for AC Milan at the ages of 36 and 38. “I don’t know if I am in their circle. They are pretty special,” Weir said with a smile. “However, they have shown that you can play to a high level well into your thirties. Players have got fitter over the years and I played alongside Richard Gough at Everton and he was starring in the Premiership at 38.

Football: Klinsmann gathers big World Cup squad
Expatica – Mar 21, 2005
Of the 36, 19 will on Friday make their way to Slovenia for a friendly the following day. “Everything is directed towards the World Cup, we will continue firmly in this way,” said Klinsmann. Liverpool’s Hamann, who was not due to play in Slovenia, is unavailable due to a knee injury he sustained in the Merseyside derby against Everton. Other currently sidelined players such as Jens Nowotny, Andreas Goerlitz, Philipp Lahm and Christoph Metzelder were invited to come to Frankfurt as Klinsmann planned to thank all players for a good start into his job since last year and to outline the next moves… Under Klinsmann, who took the job last summer after Rudi Voeller resigned following the winless Euro 2004 campaign, Germany won five games, drew twice and only lost in South Korea. The positive trend is to continue, with the medical tests on Tuesday and Wednesday one part of getting the players in the best possible shape for the 2006 World Cup in Germany. The fitness test carried out by American specialist Mark Verstegen together with team doctor Tim Meyer is to look into whether a first such test last September has already led to positive results. After the first test – which was unique in German football – captain Michael Ballack and company received personal training plans as well as video footage highlighting their strengths and weaknesses. The full squad includes young players who may be nominated for the World Cup – such as Christian Pander and Moritz Volz – as well as the likes of Hamann and Markus Babbel who are former players currently not nominated for games.

Liverpool inspired by Carragher’s defiance
Telegraph.co.uk – Mar 21, 2005
The goalkeeper’s enduring excellence has been one of the features of the season, yet he was caught out badly here. Not once, but twice. Six minutes after his first error, Martyn’s judgment failed him again. When Morientes unleashed a dipping 30-yarder, the Everton keeper clutched the ball with both hands. Yet as he felt himself falling backwards towards the goal-line, the Cornishman threw the ball upwards and onto the bar. Garcia, scenting reward, played the poacher, heading in the rebound. The Kop cranked up the volume even higher, running through their songbook… Liverpool still threatened on the counter. Gerrard tested the stitching in Martyn’s gloves with a violent shot. Baros, so clinical at Euro 2004 yet too often frustrating in the Premiership, twice had one-on-ones with Martyn. The first time, he paused and Hibbert expertly dispossessed him. Then Martyn stuck out a foot to divert a Baros shot. Anfield cursed these misses. Baros’s next intervention was unbelievable, the striker going in high and late on poor Stubbs.

Blowing the whistle on pitch battles
Edinburgh Evening News – Mar 22, 2005
But physical violence was something she could not have been prepared for. A teenage youth is alleged… Earlier this month, Hearts’ chairman George Foulkes apologised “unconditionally” for the mayhem that marred the end of his club’s controversial 2-1 defeat by Rangers at Tynecastle, when referee Hugh Dallas and his two assistants required a police escort off the pitch. Hearts player Saulius Mikoliunas barged into assistant ref Andy Davis following the award of a last-minute penalty to Rangers, and coins and missies rained down on the officials as they waited to leave the pitch. That, however, pales next to a string of other incidents, including one last June which meant Swiss whistler Urs Meier – one of Europe’s top referees – required police protection and went into hiding following numerous death threats from English fans after disallowing Sol Campbell’s goal against Portugal in Euro 2004. Referees don’t have to be enforcing the rules on the world stage to find themselves in the firing line. Since blowing his first whistle at an under-12s game at Edinburgh’s Inch Park 23 years ago, Dougie MacDonald has become one of Scotland’s highest-ranking international referees, but he says the threat of physical violence is actually a much more serious problem at amateur level: “At the top level you get very few occasions where the referee is physically threatened. “Aggressive incidents towards referees are definitely more of a problem in non-league football simply because the security at senior games makes it very difficult for anybody to assault a referee. ” Mr MacDonald was shocked to hear of the alleged attack on Lorraine Quinn.

England expects. Again.
go.com – Mar 22, 2005
Eriksson also added: ‘On paper people might think it is easy but reality is another thing. ‘ And then came the inevitable: ‘You never have easy games in international football. ‘I’m not exactly sure how a home match against a Northern Ireland team that draws the majority of its squad from the lower leagues and its relative star players from the Premiership’s substitute benches can offer too much of a threat – even if manager Lawrie Sanchez has a history of overcoming the odds as a player at Wimbledon and in management with Wycombe Wanderers. Given the shambolic friendly performances England fans have had to endure they are due an exhilarating performance at Old Trafford on Saturday. Azerbaijan may have offered some tough resistance on a windswept, waterlogged pitch in Baku as England struggled to a 1-0 away win but the Azeri sit bottom of group six and are yet to score a goal away from home. And with only 400 professional players to choose from manager Carlos Alberto Torres’ options are strictly limited. In comparison Eriksson can call on household names from some of Europe’s most established teams, such as Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal on Wednesday night at St James’ Park… Yet despite the host of top-class talent available to Eriksson it is the recall of Birmingham City striker Emile Heskey that has sparked the most debate in England. The much maligned striker’s measly tally of five goals in 43 caps has resulted in a heavily criticised international career. The 27-year-old last represented his country in the opening game of Euro 2004, a match that sticks in the memory for all the wrong reasons. Leading 1-0 against former European champions France the substitute needlessly conceded the free-kick which led to the first of two goals from Zinedine Zidane in the dying minutes. That blunder appeared the death knell to his England career. But now as Blues’ leading striker (not a particularly difficult feat it has to be said) with eight goals he is back in the England set-up ahead of Manchester United’s Alan Smith, who has suffered injuries and a lack of matches, and Aston Villa’s Darius Vassell, who Eriksson had previously viewed as an indispensable super-sub. Heskey’s inclusion will offer England an alternative option to that which the diminutive, quick strikers usually offer.

planetblues.co.uk – Story
Birmingham City – Mar 23, 2005
There has never been any love lost between Toshack and Savage and most believe a major fall-out between the pair was inevitable. And Rush, cutting his own managerial teeth in controversial circumstances at Chester, thinks it would have been better for all concerned if a private meeting had been arranged to thrash out any problems, allowing Savage to make a more diplomatic retreat. “Everyone is entitled to their own opinion and clearly, I do not know all the facts,” said Rush, who will be part of the Liverpool Legends side in this Sunday’s Tsunami benefit match at Anfield, to be screened live on Sky One. “But it would have been nice if they could have got round a table and had a chat about things, even if it only ended up with Robbie saying he would be available in an emergency. “There are not many Premiership players in the Welsh squad, so if you are one of them, it is vital you are around. “In Robbie’s case, it might only have been on a one-off basis but at least it shows you are committed to your country. “Rush won 73 caps in a 16-year international career which encompassed the introduction of Ryan Giggs to the national side… “Rush won 73 caps in a 16-year international career which encompassed the introduction of Ryan Giggs to the national side. Like Rush, Giggs now seems certain to join the unhappy band of undoubted world class talents who never got the chance to show off their abilities on a major stage. After being dumped out of the Euro 2004 play-offs by Russia, Wales have made a miserable start to their World Cup qualifying campaign and head into Saturday’s first meeting with the Austrians having collected just two points from their opening four games. Giggs is set to be handed the honour of captaining his country this weekend as he celebrates the 50th appearance of an international career many have claimed the Manchester United man has never taken too seriously. But Rush is adamant the critics have got it wrong and Giggs, who has now recovered from the broken nose he suffered on United duty in Milan earlier this month, is passionate about playing for Wales. “People have always said Ryan never wants to play for Wales but he has 50 caps and that tells a story in itself. “He loves Wales as much as anyone and is passionate about playing for Wales.

England expects. Again.
go.com – Mar 22, 2005
Eriksson also added: ‘On paper people might think it is easy but reality is another thing. ‘ And then came the inevitable: ‘You never have easy games in international football. ‘I’m not exactly sure how a home match against a Northern Ireland team that draws the majority of its squad from the lower leagues and its relative star players from the Premiership’s substitute benches can offer too much of a threat – even if manager Lawrie Sanchez has a history of overcoming the odds as a player at Wimbledon and in management with Wycombe Wanderers. Given the shambolic friendly performances England fans have had to endure they are due an exhilarating performance at Old Trafford on Saturday. Azerbaijan may have offered some tough resistance on a windswept, waterlogged pitch in Baku as England struggled to a 1-0 away win but the Azeri sit bottom of group six and are yet to score a goal away from home. And with only 400 professional players to choose from manager Carlos Alberto Torres’ options are strictly limited. In comparison Eriksson can call on household names from some of Europe’s most established teams, such as Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal on Wednesday night at St James’ Park… Yet despite the host of top-class talent available to Eriksson it is the recall of Birmingham City striker Emile Heskey that has sparked the most debate in England. The much maligned striker’s measly tally of five goals in 43 caps has resulted in a heavily criticised international career. The 27-year-old last represented his country in the opening game of Euro 2004, a match that sticks in the memory for all the wrong reasons.

Barca set to beat Spurs to Van Bommel
go.com – Mar 22, 2005
Meanwhile, Tottenham goalkeeper Paul Robinson is expecting Manchester City’sDavid James to push him hard in his attempts to win back the England number onejersey. Robinson is under no illusions he needs to be at his best to prevent Jamesfrom persuading coach Sven-Goran Eriksson to give him another try. Robinson, 25, said: ‘I took his place in the England side not so long ago andI’m sure he will be chasing me for it back. ‘But hopefully I can keep on doing what I am doing and hold on to it. Davidis a great keeper and he’s been at the top of the game for a long time. ‘But I’ve worked very hard to get where I am and I know I’m going to have towork even harder to stay there. ‘The title of being England’s number one is quite a big thing at the moment… ‘I know playing against him in training is not the same as matches, but heplays the same every single game. He’s strong, his awareness is fantastic and hereads the game so well. ‘Against France in Euro 2004 he was brilliant against Thierry Henry, I thinkHenry didn’t really have a chance. ‘But there are so many good defenders in England because John Terry has beenexcellent as well. Those three English defenders are just unbelievable. ‘Off the pitch the Football Association’s disciplinary commission has grantedan extension to the deadline for midfielder Thimothee Atouba to respond to acharge of violent conduct. The request was made by the club as the player is currently on internationalduty with Cameroon.

channel4.com – French Football
Channel 4 News – Mar 23, 2005
The 1998 World Cup winners are second in the international standings, with only the world champions Brazil in front of them. Les Bleus have struggled to recover from their disappointing EURO 2004 campaign and have not yet won in five attempts at home under Coach Raymond Domenech (pictured). Their only two victories have come away against Cyrpus and the Faroe Islands. Argentina and the Czech Republic are both hot on France’s tail, five and eight points back respectively. FIFA’s top 10: 1. Brazil 836 pts 2.

Sports Betting and Gambling Odds Online
Covers – Mar 23, 2005
France, Italy, Spain, England, Portugal, the Netherlands and the Czech
Republic all are in good position to make the 2006 tournament in Germany. None of the traditional contenders is in danger of elimination. Even Greece,
the surprising Euro 2004 champion, has recovered from a poor start. The only team making a strong charge so far is Group 2 leader Ukraine, which
has never reached a major championship but leads by six points thanks to AC
Milan star Andriy Shevchenko. For the rest, a busy schedule of two games in four days could go a long way
toward deciding who advances. Only the group winners are sure to advance; the
runners-up enter playoffs in November. England last won a World Cup in 1966, but coach Sven-Goran Eriksson likes
his team's chances.

channel4.com – Football Italia
Channel 4 News – Mar 21, 2005
"It is a great feeling to have scored so many goals again," stated Gilardino yesterday, just minutes before he was unsurprisingly called up by Italy boss Marcello Lippi. "I’ve now netted 51 in Serie A which is very pleasing. " Not bad when you consider that he is still just 22-years-old and that he had a sluggish start to the season. In fact, there were some harsh critics who were labelling him as a ‘one-season wonder’ as he took his time to rediscover his scoring touch after a quite staggering previous 12 months. Starting last season as Adriano’s understudy at Parma, the young bomber from Biella finished 2004 as a regular in Lippi’s Italy. Having ended the 2003-04 season as the top Italian scorer in Serie A with 23, leading Parma to fifth in the process, Gilardino then had an extraordinary summer despite being shockingly overlooked by Giovanni Trapattoni for Euro 2004. Scorer of four in four games at the Under-21 European Championships, he finished the tournament as the top striker and led Italy all the way to the Final where they beat Serbia & Montenegro… In fact, there were some harsh critics who were labelling him as a ‘one-season wonder’ as he took his time to rediscover his scoring touch after a quite staggering previous 12 months. Starting last season as Adriano’s understudy at Parma, the young bomber from Biella finished 2004 as a regular in Lippi’s Italy. Having ended the 2003-04 season as the top Italian scorer in Serie A with 23, leading Parma to fifth in the process, Gilardino then had an extraordinary summer despite being shockingly overlooked by Giovanni Trapattoni for Euro 2004. Scorer of four in four games at the Under-21 European Championships, he finished the tournament as the top striker and led Italy all the way to the Final where they beat Serbia & Montenegro. He subsequently picked up a bronze medal at the Olympics and has been courted by Italy’s top clubs ever since. Parma, to their credit, managed to hold on to the level-headed youngster. Despite the club’s financial problems, Gilardino signed an extension to his contract last summer – a gesture of goodwill by a player who recognised that it was the Gialloblu who launched his career.

The Peninsula On-line: Qatar’s leading English Daily
Peninsula On-line – Mar 21, 2005
Birmingham City beat Aston Villa 2-0 in the Midlands derby and two Peter Crouch goals hauled Southampton out of the Premier League relegation zone in a 3-1 win at Middlesbrough in the day?s other games. Eriksson backs Becks as captain

Sven-Goran Eriksson has issued a strong vote of confidence in David Beckham?s captaincy of England and insisted that the Real Madrid midfielder will lead his country into the next World Cup. Beckham has rarely sparkled in a disappointing season for his club and, after his lacklustre displays at Euro 2004, many England fans remain unconvinced that he is the best man to spearhead the bid for glory in Germany next summer. But as he prepared for the upcoming qualifiers against Northern Ireland and Azerbaijan, Eriksson made it clear that he has no intention of axing Beckham. ?I am committed to him going all the way to 2006 as captain,? the Swede declared. ?Of course, and as a player as well. ?

The pressure on Beckham has been eased as a result of a nervous performance from his main rival for the right midfield berth, Shaun Wright-Phillips, on his first international start, against Holland last month… ?Of course, and as a player as well. ?

The pressure on Beckham has been eased as a result of a nervous performance from his main rival for the right midfield berth, Shaun Wright-Phillips, on his first international start, against Holland last month. Eriksson has meanwhile issued a warning that England?s chances of winning in Germany will be compromised if his players do not get the four-week break before the finals that he has been campaigning for.

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