Euro 2012 – Ukraine and Poland

September 7, 2005

London shares gain in early deals, Scottish Power up again on bid talk

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The News Review:

* Smith rebuilds foundations for Scotland
* Updates, advisories and surprises
* Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
* London shares gain in early deals, Scottish Power up again on bid talk
* Little optimism as France heads into crunch match
* ROUNDUP William Hill to buy back shares as H1 profit declines
* Wales experiment could work out
* Toshack finds team to deal with savage blows
* The AZ of Bristol Rovers
* Eriksson merely muddies waters
* Champions League 2005/6, Group C
* FIFA World Cup – News & Features
* Gulf Times – Qatar’s top-selling English daily newspaper – Sport
* Betting slip-Comment-Leading Article-TimesOnline
* Cole: Rooney can fire us
* Bosnians keeping the dream alive

Smith rebuilds foundations for Scotland
Telegraph.co.uk – Sep 6, 2005
Inspirational displays were not unknown when Berti Vogts was manager, in particular Scotland’s 1-0 home victory over Dick Advocaat’s Dutch in the first leg of the Euro 2004 play-offs, but they were invariably undermined by some shambolic outing soon afterwards, a case in point being the 6-0 revenge thrashing by Holland. Under Smith, Scotland have played three World Cup qualifiers and the importance of the first principle of management – organisation, organisation, organisation – has been underlined by the improvement in defensive play with two shut-outs against Moldova and Belarus. Smith’s first game in charge, against Italy in Milan, ended in a 2-0 defeat, but even there the Scots regrouped for a credible second-half performance and were only subdued by two superb free-kicks by Andrea Pirlo… Inspirational displays were not unknown when Berti Vogts was manager, in particular Scotland’s 1-0 home victory over Dick Advocaat’s Dutch in the first leg of the Euro 2004 play-offs, but they were invariably undermined by some shambolic outing soon afterwards, a case in point being the 6-0 revenge thrashing by Holland. Under Smith, Scotland have played three World Cup qualifiers and the importance of the first principle of management – organisation, organisation, organisation – has been underlined by the improvement in defensive play with two shut-outs against Moldova and Belarus. Smith’s first game in charge, against Italy in Milan, ended in a 2-0 defeat, but even there the Scots regrouped for a credible second-half performance and were only subdued by two superb free-kicks by Andrea Pirlo.

Updates, advisories and surprises
MarketWatch – Sep 5, 2005
customer businesses “performing less well. ” It sees underlying revenue up 4% for the year. Travis Perkins H1 profit up 8. 3%; says rate cut not enough (2:48 AM ET) LONDON (MarketWatch) — U. building materials group Travis Perkins (… 9 million pounds, hurt by sporting results as well as the Euro 2004 tournament in the year-ago period. It raised its interim dividend by 11% to 6. 1p a share, and said it’s looking to return 200 million to 300 million pounds to shareholders in the next 18 months. In the nine weeks to Aug. 30, gross win was up 5.

Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
Daily Times – Sep 6, 2005
Briton Luke Donald, who has been staying as a house guest with Garcia this week, took fourth with Garry Houston of Wales. The sometimes hot-headed Garcia may be in line for a fine as he lost his cool after three-putting the 17th for a double bogey six in Saturday?s third round, kicking an advertising sign on his way to the 18th. Tournament director David Probyn said: ?Any breach of normal golfing etiquette is frowned upon and not acceptable. When incidents are reported to us, as this has been, we look into them and deal with them. ? But that aside Garcia will be more than happy at his form which augurs well for the Ryder Cup where he?s lost only three of his 15 games against the Americans since his debut in 1999. Garcia dedicated his win to the memory of a 24-year-old friend, keen amateur golfer Maria Garcia Estrada, who died from lung cancer in Tenerife on Friday. afpEngland look to Owen to boost World Cup morale BELFAST: Michael Owen is set to return to England?s line-up against Northern Ireland on Wednesday as Sven-Goran Eriksson seeks to quell mounting scepticism about his side?s chances of World Cup glory next summer… afpEngland look to Owen to boost World Cup morale BELFAST: Michael Owen is set to return to England?s line-up against Northern Ireland on Wednesday as Sven-Goran Eriksson seeks to quell mounting scepticism about his side?s chances of World Cup glory next summer. A 1-0 win over Wales on Saturday has left England needing two wins from their remaining three group six qualifiers to clinch their place in the finals in Germany. But the unconvincing nature of Saturday?s performance has dampened optimism about England?s prospects of improving on their quarter-final exits from the last two major tournaments, the 2002 World Cup and Euro 2004. Owen?s absence on Saturday due to suspension was a factor in Eriksson?s decision to experiment with a 4-5-1 formation that proved only a partial success. England controlled most of the game and, with better finishing, might have killed it off by half-time. But they had to endure a nervy finale after losing their shape in the final quarter of an hour and Wales boss John Toshack warned that Eriksson?s men still had some work to do before they could be regarded as genuine world beaters. ?They still have to prove they can be one of the top six in the world,? the vastly experienced coach declared.

London shares gain in early deals, Scottish Power up again on bid talk
Forbes – Sep 5, 2005
In the UK, as the schools reopen after the long summer holidays, so the City wakes up for the autumn reporting season, with a raft of companies due to post earnings this week. William Hill kicked things off with a reassuring set of interim results. The bookmaker’s expected decline in first-half earnings was not as dramatic as expected, with pretax profit before exceptionals of 109. 2 mln stg, down from 119. 7 mln stg the previous year. Pretax profit including exceptionals fell to 99. 7 mln stg, ahead of the consensus forecast of 97… 7 mln stg, ahead of the consensus forecast of 97. William Hill attributed the decline in earnings to a run of unfavourable sporting results compared to generally more favourable outcomes in the same period the previous year, including Greece’s shock win in the Euro 2004 football tournament. In reaction, Citigroup retained its ‘buy’ recommendation and 650 pence price target, describing current trading as ‘encouraging’ with the gross win up 5. 5 pct in the first nine weeks. Scottish Power was the top FTSE 100 riser however, up 20 pence at 545 amid continued talk of a bid from Germany’s E.

Little optimism as France heads into crunch match
San Diego Union Tribune – Sep 5, 2005
Despite Saturday’s 3-0 victory over the Faeroe Islands, Sagnol launched a scathing attack on his teammates. "We tried to be show offs," L’Equipe quoted Sagnol as saying. "We were not there to entertain, but to prepare for Wednesday. "

Sagnol mentioned deep flaws in the defense, even though France has conceded only one goal in qualifying – against Israel with the team reduced to 10 men. "We forgot the basics. If we forget them even for two minutes in Ireland it will be fatal," the defender said. "We have a lack of cohesion in defense… But each game was played at home against modest opposition. Only victory in Ireland will convince skeptics that France – with or without Zidane – has improved since its lackluster exit from Euro 2004.

ROUNDUP William Hill to buy back shares as H1 profit declines
Forbes – Sep 5, 2005
2005, 06:53 AM– by Rob Branch — LONDON (AFX) – William Hill PLC, Britain’s biggest bookmaker, laid out plans to buy back up to 300 mln stg of its shares after a run of unfavourable sporting results led to a 17 pct decline in first-half earnings. The company, which owns over 2,100 betting shops after recently buying 624 outlets from Stanley Leisure PLC, said the integration of the new chain was proceeding to plan, furthermore adding that results had improved in recent weeks. ‘Despite unfavourable sporting results for bookmakers for the first five months of the period and the tough comparative that included more favourable results and Euro 2004, the group has achieved a creditable result,’ chief executive David Harding said in a statement. Profit before tax fell to 99. 7 mln stg in the six months to June 30 from 119. 7 mln on turnover up 30 pct to 5… 5 pct in the nine weeks to August 30 on the prior year while costs had risen by a more modest 2. Harding said the recent performance could have been even better had it not been for the country’s leading tipster, the Racing Post’s Pricewise column, having tipped a winning horse for ten successive Saturdays. Looking ahead he told reporters next year’s football World Cup was likely to provide a boon to the British bookmaking industry. ‘It’s a tournament that grows and grows in importance every four years,’ he said on a conference call, pointing out that the company expected to exceed the 25 mln stg it raked in from the 2002 event. Gross win at the company’s retail estate fell 1.

Wales experiment could work out
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Sep 5, 2005
Everyone seems to have an opinion about whether we should play 4-4-2 or 4-3-3, but how about saying we can play both? One system worked OK in Cardiff, but without trying to second-guess the manager, I wouldn’t be surprised if he reverted to two strikers against Northern Ireland on Wednesday. We may need to be more direct and so he might want a different approach. I am not sure the pre-match debate was enlightening in any case because until we have seen how a formation works in a game, everyone is making assumptions. I imagine that Sven-Göran Eriksson would have much preferred to keep his team secret. I know the Manchester United manager would be furious if everyone was discussing his formation four days before kick-off. I am not suggesting that we should go back to the days when the England manager might put out misleading information but Sven has every right to try to keep things under wraps if he thinks it will unsettle our opponents. Although I am not sure the media will buy into an embargo… And how quickly we forget David James’s magnificent stop in the Euro 2004 qualifier against Turkey at Sunderland in 2003, preventing an equaliser by palming away Nihat’s effort. Had David Seaman not made an outstanding last-minute double save to deny Jari Litmanen, England would have drawn a World Cup qualifier against Finland in 2001. And as for Gordon Banks in 1970.

Toshack finds team to deal with savage blows
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Sep 5, 2005
Personal feelings aside, though, the Wales manager also has reservations about his playing style. Savage’s unique manner of chasing every ball might have served his country well in the pressing game favoured by Mark Hughes, who is now his manager at Blackburn, but Toshack prefers a more calculated approach to midfield play, one that frustrated England for long periods on Saturday. It remains hard to imagine that Toshack, with the squad he has inherited, will take Wales as close to a leading tournament as Hughes did to Euro 2004, but here was some encouragement for a team who have not won a competitive match since March 2003. That sequence is unlikely to be broken away to Poland on Wednesday, when John Hartson will be suspended, but Toshack had every right to be pleased with his players. Toshack, though, is aware that performances must be backed up by positive results. “We do have to make tracks,” he said. “When the start of the European Championship qualifying comes round, I have to have the team right.

The AZ of Bristol Rovers
CaleyThistleOnline.com – Sep 6, 2005
I Ian Atkins, there are debates still going on in the lower leagues as to who is the most hated lower league manager. The VERY vast majority will say either Brian Laws or current Bristol Rovers manager, Ian Atkins. Now, I?m not going to waffle on about how deluded this man is so I?ll just give you this example. Ian Atkins? subsequently started blaming City for the games being called off because we were scared of playing Carlisle and because we all know of course, that we make the pitch flood with 6 inches of water because we?re so bloody scared of playing Carlisle. The game was eventually played in the middle of a period which saw City play 4 games in 7 days and the game finished 1-1. J Junior Agogo, the former Lincoln striker is currently the most inform striker… Bristol Rovers have yet to win at home and have actually lost their 2 home games (touch wood) to Grimsby (3-1) and Peterborough (3-2)

V Vitalijs Astafjves. A Latvian international who played for the club a few years back. A bunch of Bristol Rovers fans made the trip up to Shrewsbury Town several years ago and wanted to purchase some food in the pub, however, the pub didn?t serve some and they were re-directed so a local supermarket and brought ?75 worth of Weetabix. On the day of the game, the fans had noticed birds on the pitch and decided to feed them with the Weetabix and the 18 yard box slowly turned brown. A few years later, the same fans were seen at the ground wearing shirts saying ?Weetabix invasion of Gay Meadow.

Eriksson merely muddies waters
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Sep 5, 2005
England’s best XI? Sven-Göran Eriksson claims to know the team, and the formation, that should start next summer’s World Cup finals, but there were a thousand conflicting voices in the pubs and on the airwaves on Saturday evening. You would hear half a dozen differing opinions if you opened the door to the England dressing-room. About the only issue that everyone agrees upon — apart from the fact that Rooney is one of football’s greatest talents at 19 — is that Eriksson’s substitutions, utterly baffling at Euro 2004, remain as hard to interpret as the Tibetan poetry he is said to enjoy. For a head coach who prides himself on his clarity of thought at times of great stress, he does a good impression of Claudio Ranieri, the man who could tinker his way out of a 3-0 lead. The Swede’s replacement of Shaun Wright-Phillips in the 68th minute after a spell when the Chelsea winger had finally brought some width to England’s performance was unfathomable. His habit of shuffling his players around — shoving Steven Gerrard out to the left wing and Rooney to the right in this case — unbalanced his team and gave impetus to Wales’s late but vain push for an equaliser… Eriksson’s changes convey a message of “hang on for dear life”, even when two of his replacements, Kieran Richardson and Jermain Defoe, are attack-minded. “We wanted to bring on another striker (Defoe) and take Rooney outside with his pace and kill the game,” Eriksson said of his decision to withdraw Wright-Phillips. Instead, it reinvigorated a match that England would have done well to throw away, given that Wales did not have a single shot on target in the second half. While his changes were strange, Eriksson’s starting XI at least made some sense. Owen’s suspension gave the Swede the opportunity to experiment with a 4-3-3 formation and to look at something different. The obvious beneficiary was Beckham, who has been talking about playing central midfield for years and, increasingly, coming infield even when not selected there. His habit of roaming inside was high on the agenda when Eriksson sat down with his three senior midfield players on Tuesday night, as was the inability of Gerrard and Lampard to form an effective central partnership.

Champions League 2005/6, Group C
go.com – Sep 5, 2005
‘We showed what spirit we have in the Champions League qualifiers. After losing the first-leg against Wisla Krakow, everyone thought we were dead but we won the return 4-1. We’re not in the Champions League to make up the numbers. ‘The new face – Igor BiscanThe Croat defensive midfielder took a long time to show his true worth at Liverpool after joining them from Dinamo Zagreb in December 2000. But he finally came good last term, performing especially well in the Champions League when deputising for the injured Xaxi Alonso. Though on the bench for the Final in Istanbul, he appeared in nine other Euro ties. ‘Liverpool shocked Europe by winning the Champions League… In Serie A, his favourite format was a 3-4-3 or 3-5-2. However, he does not think he has the players at ‘Pana’ for such set-ups and usually runs with a bog-standard 4-4-2. The key area is the midfield, where Biscan, the Brazilian Flavio Conceicao – recently bought from Galatasaray – and Euro 2004 winner Angelos Basinas supply a nice mix of musclar presence and technical ability. Verdict: Question marks linger about the centre of defence and keper Mario Galinovic. Another first round exit is on the cards. Werder BremenDomestic finish last season – 3rdEuropean pedigree – Cup Winners’ Cup 1991The coach – Thomas SchaafNot long ago his critics claimed he was too softly-spoken and not passionate enough to cut it in top-level management, but those who condemned Schaaf for his laidback style have had to eat their words after Werder achieved the German league and cup double in 2004 and achieved more success last term, reaching the second round of the Champions League and finishing third in the Bundesliga. The 44-year-old is Bremen through and through, having spent his entire playing career there as a full-back and then going on to coach the club’s amateurs and youth sides before being handed the first-team reins in 1999.

FIFA World Cup – News & Features
uefa.comUEFA.com – Sep 7, 2005
With the battle for second place in Group 3 set to be a fierce one, anything but a victory for Russia could put a major brake on their qualification chances. Lisbon humiliationThe debacle in Lisbon last October prompted many changes within Russian football. The Football Union of Russia’s long-term president Viacheslav Koloskov resigned in the wake of the game and was soon followed by national coach Georgi Yartsev, who had led Russia at UEFA EURO 2004™. Malafeev miseryFor FC Zenit St. Petersburg goalkeeper Viacheslav Malafeev, it also proved to be a critical moment. Having been beaten seven times, the man considered one of Russia’s best goalkeeping prospects endured a run of bad form, losing his first-choice status with both club and country. Young teamThere was no place for Malafeev in Saturday’s qualifier against Liechtenstein… Coach Yuri Semin fielded a team with an average age of 23 – a sign of how the side has changed since the last meeting with Portugal – but facing their nemeses will be a great chance to test the strength of this new-look Russia. Level peggingLevel on 18 points with Slovakia in second place, a win against the group leaders would boost Russia’s hopes ahead of their trip to Bratislava for their final qualifying game. Both sides are five points behind the Portuguese, who will not lack motivation either at the Lokomotiv stadium. Russian-based playersA victory would virtually guarantee Luiz Felipe Scolari’s team top spot in the section and a finals berth, while the two Portuguese internationals based at FC Dinamo Moskva – Maniche and Costinha – would love to silence their critics after announcing their intention to leave Russia as soon as possible. Impressive displayWhile two Aleksandr Kerzhakov goals gave Russia a 2-0 win against Liechtenstein at the weekend, Portugal underlined their strength with a 6-0 demolition of Luxembourg which led Semin to say: “I did not expect to see the Portuguese players in such good form. ”
Determined sideHowever, the opposition are not the overriding concern for a Russia side determined to get the right result tonight. Kerzhakov might have been tempted to celebrate after masterminding the Liechtenstein triumph, but afterwards his mind, and those of his team-mates, were on other things.

Gulf Times – Qatar’s top-selling English daily newspaper – Sport
Gulf Times – Sep 6, 2005
A 1-0 win over Wales on Saturday has left England needing two wins from their remaining three group six qualifiers to clinch their place in the finals in Germany. But the unconvincing nature of Saturday?s performance has dampened optimism about England?s prospects of improving on their quarter-final exits from the last two major tournaments, the 2002 World Cup and Euro 2004. Owen?s absence on Saturday due to suspension was a factor in Eriksson?s decision to experiment with a 4-5-1 formation that proved only a partial success. England controlled most of the game and, with better finishing, might have killed it off by half-time. But they had to endure a nervy finale after losing their shape in the final quarter of an hour and Wales boss John Toshack warned that Eriksson?s men still had some work to do before they could be regarded as genuine world beaters. ?They still have to prove they can be one of the top six in the world,? the vastly experienced coach declared… Owen could come in as a lone striker with Wayne Rooney deployed in a wide role as Eriksson perseveres with a system that he believes will give England a valuable option in Germany next summer. ?I should be very happy to go to the World Cup with two systems so we can vary them,? the Swede said. ?Not five systems, but this (4-5-1) could be one of them and the other would be 4-4-2. ? Owen?s return is likely to come at the expense of either Joe Cole or Shaun Wright-Phillips, who operated in the wide positions on Saturday. Eriksson will continue with Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard in the centre, despite publicly acknowledging that Chelsea?s Lampard was struggling for form and ongoing concerns about the ability of England?s best two midfielders to play together effectively. ?Frank has been slow in coming to his best but once he gets there he will stay there for the rest of the season,? Eriksson said.

Betting slip-Comment-Leading Article-TimesOnline
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Sep 6, 2005
Used on article pages to rotate the images of a story. Not a big tear, because the wolf is a long way from its door. Profits have, though, as we report today, slipped in the past six months. This is blamed, in part, on the accuracy of newspaper betting tipsters and on the company making a fortune in the same six months of the previous year when Greece’s unexpected win at Euro 2004 was cheered as loudly by William Hill as it was in Athens. It is also, though, the victories of favourites such as Hedgehunter in the Grand National and Chelsea in the Premiership that have hurt the bookies. There may be another factor here… Not a big tear, because the wolf is a long way from its door. Profits have, though, as we report today, slipped in the past six months. This is blamed, in part, on the accuracy of newspaper betting tipsters and on the company making a fortune in the same six months of the previous year when Greece’s unexpected win at Euro 2004 was cheered as loudly by William Hill as it was in Athens. It is also, though, the victories of favourites such as Hedgehunter in the Grand National and Chelsea in the Premiership that have hurt the bookies. There may be another factor here. All the major bookmakers have tried to rebrand themselves of late in order to attract a more upmarket punter. This may not have been a wise idea.

Cole: Rooney can fire us
manchesteronline.co.uk – Sep 5, 2005
Ashley Cole knows the Reds forward can help England to glory at next summer’s World Cup in Germany if he can repeat his form of Euro 2004. England took the first steps towards regaining their pride after the Denmark debacle with a 1-0 win over Wales in Cardiff on Saturday and now victory over Northern Ireland in Belfast on Wednesday would edge them closer to automatic qualification. Cole said: “We have a good unit here and all the lads get on well but the Denmark game hurt and it was hard afterwards to compound what exactly happened. “But it brought all the lads together and we want to prove to people and ourselves that we can go all the way in the World Cup if we qualify… Ashley Cole knows the Reds forward can help England to glory at next summer’s World Cup in Germany if he can repeat his form of Euro 2004. England took the first steps towards regaining their pride after the Denmark debacle with a 1-0 win over Wales in Cardiff on Saturday and now victory over Northern Ireland in Belfast on Wednesday would edge them closer to automatic qualification. Cole said: “We have a good unit here and all the lads get on well but the Denmark game hurt and it was hard afterwards to compound what exactly happened. “But it brought all the lads together and we want to prove to people and ourselves that we can go all the way in the World Cup if we qualify. We started that process on Saturday.

Bosnians keeping the dream alive
Dansk Boldspil-Union – Sep 6, 2005
However, with Luis Aragon?s’s side having a superior goal difference, Sliskovic’s team still need the Spaniards to drop points. Desperately closeBosnia-Herzegovina have come desperately close to qualifying for a major tournament all too recently. Three wins in their last three UEFA EURO 2004? qualifiers would have taken them to the showpiece in Portugal, but a 1-1 draw against Denmark in their final match saw them slip to a heartbreaking fourth place in a fiercely competitive group. Painful historySliskovic cannot contemplate such a painful piece of sporting history repeating itself. “What happened two years ago can hardly happen again,” he said. “What matters is that we played well and beat Belgium, but of course it gives us strength and the hope of surprising Lithuania. Modest ambitions”Our aim is third place in the group, which would be a great success for this generation,” he added… “What matters is that we played well and beat Belgium, but of course it gives us strength and the hope of surprising Lithuania. Modest ambitions”Our aim is third place in the group, which would be a great success for this generation,” he added. “We must not forget that we are in a group where the favourites are Spain, Serbia and Montenegro and a Belgium team who haven’t justified their top billing. ”
Players returningWith Lithuania having proved tricky opponents so far, perhaps Sliskovic is sensible to be cautious, but with Mirsad Be?lija, Ivica Grlic and Branimir Bajic back from suspension for Wednesday, the tide of fate may be turning in the former Yugoslav republic’s direction. Improbable dreamTrue, they will be without the banned Emir Spahic, but if they can keep their heads and hope that all around them start losing theirs, those painful memories of EURO 2004? qualification could be obliterated by the greatest success in the annals of Bosnia-Herzegovnian football. september 2005 (00:00).

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