Euro 2012 – Ukraine and Poland

October 13, 2005

FIFA World Cup – News & Features

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The News Review:

* Eriksson: I won’t be forced out
* BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | Qualification as it happened
* Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
* FIFA World Cup – News & Features
* Not all doom and gloom for England
* Brazil are still the team to beat
* Wayne: I’ma team player
* Kerr sees bright future, Kenny quits
* The insider’s guide to travel and tickets for Germany
* Ittihad Aim to Seal Place in AFC Champions League Final
* Liverpool psychology helps bring peace to European football
* BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | Holland wants revenge over…
* BBC NEWS | Business | Spending slowdown hits JJB profit
* Smith begins to look to Europe for redemption
* The Peninsula On-line: Qatar’s leading English Daily
* France seal World Cup spot
* BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | Hooligan fears over England…
* Russian Hopes Boosted by Luxembourg Rout
* Hearts face test at Celtic Park

Eriksson: I won’t be forced out
TVNZ – Oct 12, 2005
I saythat if we don’t have too many injuries in Germany, we will have avery good World Cup. I’m convinced of it. “If the media believe me or not is another question. Looking back at England’s last two tournaments, Euro 2004 andthe 2002 World Cup, Eriksson said: “This is a better team than wehad in Portugal and in Japan – when we went out at the quarterfinalstages for almost nothing. Eriksson pinpointed a lack of team spirit as the underlyingreason for England’s recent problems, which he now believes havebeen solved. “For one month it’s been a worry,” he conceded. “I wanted us to play more like a team for the Saturday game thanwe did in the first three games this season – and I think we showedthe spirit was fantastic.

BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | Qualification as it happened
BBC News – Oct 12, 2005
There was no shortage of passion, but ultimately the Swiss held out to get a play-off spot behind Group Four winners France, who beat Cyprus 4-0. Elsewhere, Sweden and Serbia & Montenegro both qualified for Germany with wins on Wednesday evening. Turkey, the Czech Republic and Spain confirmed play-off spots, while Denmark and Euro 2004 winners Greece are out… 1738: GOAL Finland 0-2 Czech RepublicTomas Rosicky doubles the Czech’s lead and they are now looking favourites to oust Romania from second place in Group One. 1723: HALF-TIME Finland 0-1 Czech RepublicThe Czech Republic are 45 minutes away from the win which will guarantee them at least a play-off spot. 1721: GOAL Greece 1-0 GeorgiaDimitrios Papadopoulos scores on 17 minutes to put the Euro 2004 champions ahead. As it stands, that goal puts them second in Group Two. 1700: The three big matches in Group Two get underway – Albania v Turkey, Greece v Georgia and Kazakhstan v Denmark. Turkey, Greece and Denmark are all in with a shout of the remaining play-off place behind group winners Ukraine, with Turkey currently occupying the coveted second spot. 1638: GOAL Finland 0-1 Czech RepublicTomas Jun nets after six minutes to give the Czech Republic a great start in their must-win game.

Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan
Daily Times – Oct 12, 2005
?We will have to score goals, many goals. The players have all the possible scenarios in mind,? coach Raymond Domenech said this week. ?But we must not forget that we don?t have any other choice but to win this game. ? Goals though, have proved hard to come by in this campaign. France have scored just 10 in their nine games with half of those coming against the Faroe Islands. Switzerland, Israel and Ireland have all scored more. France beat Cyprus 2-0 a year ago but the islanders are no pushovers… France beat Cyprus 2-0 a year ago but the islanders are no pushovers. They were unlucky to lose 1-0 at home to Ireland on Saturday and have lost by more than a two-goal margin only once in the campaign 3-0 to Ireland in their opening game. However, France can draw some hope from their Euro 2004 campaign when they thumped the Cypriots 5-0 in Paris in September 2003. A draw could still put France into the playoffs, as long as the Dublin result is decisive one way or the other. If both are drawn France would be out. If that were to happen, the 1998 world champions and 2000 European champions would face a total rebuilding job. Domenech would certainly lose his job while veterans Zinedine Zidane and Claude Makelele and other key players such as Patrick Vieira and Fabien Barthez would probably retire immediately.

FIFA World Cup – News & Features
uefa.comUEFA.com – Oct 13, 2005
Improbable scenarioBefore last night’s fixtures, Greece knew it would be difficult to progress. Needing first to win their final match against Georgia while hoping that Turkey would lose to Albania in Tirana and Denmark take no more than a point from their trip to Kazakhstan. Untimely endingGreece completed their part of the bargain, winning 1-0 in front of 25,000 fans at the Georgios Karaiskakis stadium, but with both their rivals for the Group 2 runners-up slot also prevailing, it was the end of the line for the heroes of EURO 2004™. And perhaps surprisingly, there were no recriminations.

Not all doom and gloom for England
BBC News – Oct 11, 2005
The reaction to the news of Sven-Goran Eriksson’s side booking their tickets to Germany next summer has been muted to say the least. The feel-good factor was not helped by the fact that England’s mediocre showing in beating Austria on Saturday did not earn qualification – that came several hours later as the Dutch beat the Czech Republic 800 miles away. Great drama – in the manner of David Beckham’s last-minute free-kick against Greece in 2001 which secured the place in the 2002 World Cup – it was not. Plus, it was raining. But there are millions of supporters across the world – including fans of big footballing nations – who would pay money to swap places with their English counterparts… A win or draw against Cyprus at home on Wednesday guarantees at least a top-two finish – but second place, and a play-off, is a possibility even if they win. In Group Two former World Cup semi-finalists Turkey, Euro 2004 champions Greece and Denmark, who thrashed England 4-1 in an August friendly, are all fighting for one play-off spot. Even Spain, who should win on Wednesday in San Marino, know victory will only be enough for second place should Serbia and Montenegro win or draw at home to Bosnia-Herzegovina. Still, even those fans facing the prospect of a nail-biting play-off ought to be grateful. Africa’s qualification system is less forgiving. We will not be seeing the likes of 1990’s surprise package Cameroon or 2002’s shining lights Senegal in Germany.

Brazil are still the team to beat
Telegraph.co.uk – Oct 12, 2005
But when you have time to work with the players and prepare properly for a tournament then you can sort out these issues to make a good team even better. We were fortunate in 1970 because we had played and worked together regularly for a full year leading up to the World Cup. But it has not always been like that. Sometimes a coach has excellent players but does not have enough time to ensure he gets the best out of them. It will not be easy for Brazil. Quite the opposite. Bear in mind that Brazil are the holders, the favourites and – in my opinion – the best team… I think I am a lucky mascot for England. Seriously! I remember years ago going to England, seeing a very young Michael Owen and tipping him to be a World Cup success in France – which he was. A couple of years ago, after I first saw Wayne Rooney, I told everyone how impressed I was – and then he too shone at Euro 2004 until he got injured. Rooney can be one of the big stars of this World Cup. Technically, he is very gifted. Also, he never knows when he is beaten – and that, in a World Cup, is a crucial quality. One more point; looking at the game as a whole, a World Cup in Europe is always a physically tougher event, so the referees need to be aware of that and be consistent and strong in the way they penalise dangerous tackles or diving or dissent.

Wayne: I’ma team player
manchesteronline.co.uk – Oct 11, 2005
Rooney’s performances for England at Euro 2004 and at club level have prompted comparisons with players of the stature of Paul Gascoigne and Pele. But the teenager, who joined United in a £27m deal after the tournament in Portugal, insists England are not a one-man band. “I’m a squad member, part of the England team,” he said. “It’s not an individual thing, it’s a team game,” he stressed. “If there are some players who can’t play, there are others who can still score goals… But the teenager, who joined United in a £27m deal after the tournament in Portugal, insists England are not a one-man band. “I’m a squad member, part of the England team,” he said. “It’s not an individual thing, it’s a team game,” he stressed. “If there are some players who can’t play, there are others who can still score goals. “He added: “Everyone who goes to the World Cup wants to prove themselves. I want to go out there and try to score goals, make goals for England and try to win it,” he declared.

Kerr sees bright future, Kenny quits
rte.ie – Oct 13, 2005
With his contract at an end, it is down to his employers within the FAI to swiftly announce whether they keep faith with Kerr, or start a search for a new man to lead them into the next European Championship qualifying campaign. Although Kerr refused to comment on whether he wanted to remain at the helm, there were a number of pertinent phrases such as “I gave it my best” and “I gave it all my all” that appear to indicate he knows his time is over after 32 months in charge. How Kerr must loathe the sight of Switzerland, for it was almost two years ago to the day in Basle they brought the curtain down on Ireland’s Euro 2004 qualifying hopes with a 2-0 defeat. Yet while the Swiss ultimately ended Ireland’s dreams again on this occasion, Kerr will look back on the crucial points dropped against Israel with deep regret, conceding a last-minute equaliser in Tel Aviv and throwing away a two-goal cushion in Dublin. Elimination also means a changing of the guard. Last night captain Kenny Cunningham announced his retirement from international football, with the likes of Roy Keane, Gary Breen, Matt Holland and maybe even Kevin Kilbane expected to follow suit. Beyond those characters, though, Kerr maintains: “There’s a lot of potential within the squad… “The only thing I have said has been turned and twisted on its head because I answered a question honestly at a press conference announcing the squad a while ago. ”
That comment refers to Kerr stating he had been endeavouring privately to find out the situation regarding his future as the FAI have been stonewalling. Kerr added: “I am not going to say any more about it no matter how many different ways you ask me the question. ”
For long-serving skipper Cunningham, however, last night was his final match for Ireland, at the age of 34 and after winning 72 caps. “It’s the end of the road for me, without a doubt,” said Cunningham. “I don’t want to dwell on it too much. I feel uncomfortable speaking about my personal position on what is a hugely disappointing night for the entire group.

The insider’s guide to travel and tickets for Germany
Telegraph.co.uk – Oct 12, 2005
There may also be some “team-specific” tickets returned to Fifa from buyers who no longer want them. About 147,000 were sold, but it is highly unlikely that a significant number of England tickets will be among those returned. It is strongly advised not to travel without a ticket and German security will be doing their best to crack down on what is likely to be the usual round of touting blackmarket tickets outside the grounds. How do I get tickets to watch other matches?”Our World Cup stadiums shouldn’t just be sold out – they should also be full,” said Franz Beckenbauer, the president of the organising committee. With grumblings about the number of tickets that have gone to the big corporations in previous tournaments – resulting in swathes of empty seats – the Germans have been eager to encourage genuine fans. Just over 800,000 tickets have already been sold through ballots conducted via their website. A further 300,000 will go on sale at midday on Monday, the first time fans will be able to pick games knowing who will be playing… How do I get around?Germany is vast but relatively easy to negotiate. The autobahns deserve their good reputation – although rush-hour congestion has grown worse in recent years – and the roads are well signposted. Unlike in Portugal for Euro 2004, the stadiums should also be clearly signposted. The train system is reliable, quick and probably the best way to get round. The inter-city ICE trains are swift and not too expensive. Useful websiteswww.

Ittihad Aim to Seal Place in AFC Champions League Final
Arab News – Oct 12, 2005
Ittihad Tigers put great respect for the game and their desire to win is boundless. ?Soccer is a sport that pays respect to the one who respect it,? they said. The Koreans will need to summon all the weapons in their arsenal, if not all the luck, if they are to overturn the huge deficit and complete one of the most amazing comebacks in Asian soccer history. The task, while not impossible, is a mountain to climb for Busan if only for the reason that they?re gonna be in hostile territory. Defiant Eriksson Points to England?s SuccessReuters adds: In Manchester, England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson has answered his critics by pointing to the World Cup qualifying fears of some of Europe?s biggest sides. England have booked a place at the finals before today?s last qualifier against Poland, while the hopes of 1998 World Cup winners France, Euro 2004 champions Greece and Spain are on a knife-edge. ?It?s not a problem if you criticize me, but I?m sorry when players are sometimes criticized very harshly,? Eriksson told a news conference yesterday… The task, while not impossible, is a mountain to climb for Busan if only for the reason that they?re gonna be in hostile territory. Defiant Eriksson Points to England?s SuccessReuters adds: In Manchester, England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson has answered his critics by pointing to the World Cup qualifying fears of some of Europe?s biggest sides. England have booked a place at the finals before today?s last qualifier against Poland, while the hopes of 1998 World Cup winners France, Euro 2004 champions Greece and Spain are on a knife-edge. ?It?s not a problem if you criticize me, but I?m sorry when players are sometimes criticized very harshly,? Eriksson told a news conference yesterday. ?I did think we did excellent to qualify one match earlier than we thought. Other teams ? famous teams, extremely good football teams ? are struggling and maybe some of them may will have to play in the playoffs to qualify. ? Eriksson highlighted the plight of European champions Greece, who are fourth in Group Two.

Liverpool psychology helps bring peace to European football
EurekAlert – EurekAlert (press release) – Oct 13, 2005
They could, however, be quickly on hand if needed. Extensive use was also made of plainclothes police, deployed wherever fans gathered in large numbers. Dr Stott said: “Importantly, during Euro 2004 there were almost no incidents of disorder recorded during our observations in areas controlled by the PSP. “In spite of a low visible police presence, incidents with the potential to escalate were responded to quickly and appropriately, and clear limits of behaviour were established which ensured that situations quickly calmed. “In most of the rare cases where something did occur, interventions were rapid but with very low impact, and most fans didn’t even notice that an arrest had been made. ”
Preventing known troublemakers from travelling to Portugal was another important factor, says the report, along with initiatives developed by visiting police forces, fan organisations and British Embassy staff. Even so, it was clear that individuals known as ‘hooligans’ or acting as such were present.

BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | Holland wants revenge over…
BBC News – Oct 11, 2005
“That was very frustrating and tough to take, so we definitely owe them one,” said Holland. “It is now a one-off game again, and it is up to us to get the right result. ”

If Brian Kerr’s side are to clinch a play-off place, they need a victory over a Switzerland team unbeaten in Group Four, and whose last taste of defeat was to France in Euro 2004. Ireland have not beaten the Swiss in the last three meetings – losing two and drawing one. Charlton skipper Holland was unable to put a finger on why the Swiss currently have the Indian sign over the Irish, but said he was confident they could shake off the jitters that saw them struggle against Cyprus on Saturday. “They are a good side, no doubt about that, with their results speaking for themselves,” added Holland. “But we feel we are a good side as well.

BBC NEWS | Business | Spending slowdown hits JJB profit
BBC News – Oct 12, 2005
that would indicate an imminent end to the difficult trading conditions”. JJB said that, in addition to the retail slowdown, its revenue had been hit by comparisons with summer 2004 when it enjoyed strong sales of replica football kits during the Euro 2004 tournament. About one-third of the fall in revenues at its stores was down to the drop in sales of England replica goods. Last week, sportswear rival JD Sports reported a fall in profits and said trade had deteriorated in recent weeks.

Smith begins to look to Europe for redemption
Sunday Times – The Sunday Times – Oct 12, 2005
Smith simply wants a victory to restore that momentum. The occasion, though, could lend itself to a morgue-like atmosphere. Slovenia have also failed to qualify and that has deeply hurt a nation that reached the World Cup finals in 2002 and Euro 2004. Yet he does not feel inclined to scatter fresh faces across this seemingly meaningless fixture… Yet he does not feel inclined to scatter fresh faces across this seemingly meaningless fixture. “Regardless of how the World Cup section now is, Scotland are not in the position of being able to use any game as an experiment,” Smith said. “We have to try and get back our respectability. We still have plenty to play for. We cannot have any meaningless games — they all mean something.

The Peninsula On-line: Qatar’s leading English Daily
Peninsula On-line – Oct 12, 2005
All of which makes Wayne Rooney?s return to the fold? following a one-match suspension?particularly well-timed for Eriksson. If anyone can lift the gloom currently shrouding the national side, then it is surely the Manchester United forward, for whom the Poland match will be his last international outing as a teenager. As Eriksson himself put it: ?You don?t have two Wayne Rooneys in England, and maybe not in Europe. ?

The imminence of Rooney?s 20th birthday (on October 24) was reflected in the fact that he was, for the first time, allowed to speak to the media this week without the protective shield of a coterie of minders. And his evident excitement about the prospect of playing in his first World Cup would have lifted the spirits of all but the most disaffected England fans. ?Signing for Manchester United has made me a better player,? said the 19-year-old who scored four goals before limping out of Euro 2004. ?To play in the World Cup is a dream come true… I?m confident and excited about going there. We have players in the team that can win the tournament. I was gutted when England went out of Euro 2004 and that makes me even more determined to succeed at the World Cup. ?

Rooney also displayed a self-awareness that belied the blithe pessimism of those who say an uncontrollable temper will always blight his international career. ?I admit that in the past my temperament has let me down,? he confessed. ?I want to learn from that. I think teams will try and wind me up, but I will deal with it.

France seal World Cup spot
TVNZ – Oct 13, 2005
There was also cause for celebration in Norway, Turkey, theCzech Republic, Slovakia, Spain and Switzerland, the six teams whowill be in next month’s European playoffs. But there was little to cheer in Athens as Greece’s hollow 1-0win over Georgia could not prevent the European champions beingeliminated in Group Two. Denmark were also eliminated in Group Two, Turkey winning 1-0 inAlbania to take second place behind Ukraine and to reach theplayoffs. Coincidentally Denmark failed to make the 1994 World Cup twoyears after they were crowned European champions, the same fate tobefall the Greeks. Bahrain took a step nearer their first World Cup finals with awin over Uzbekistan on away goals in the Asian playoff. A 0-0 draw in Manama put Bahrain through after Saturday’sreplayed first leg ended 1-1 in Tashkent… While France go through to the finals for the 12th time in theirhistory, Serbia & Montenegro, carved out of the old Yugoslavia,will be there for the first time after winning an emotional match1-0 against Bosnia, another post-Yugoslavia creation. The only goal came from Mateja Kezman after seven minutes andboth sides lived on their nerves for the next 80-odd minutes untilSerbia went through. That result eliminated Bosnia and meant Spain, despite beatingSan Marino 6-0, must take part in the playoffs for the secondcompetition in a row after coming through the same route to reachEuro 2004. Sweden were the third direct qualifiers on the night, sealingtheir place thanks to a 3-1 home win over Iceland who scored firstin Stockholm. The Swedes came back strongly to win and finish second in GroupEight behind Croatia, qualifying along with Poland as the two bestrunners-up in the tournament. Poland, who started the day as Group Six leaders, ended insecond place after losing 2-1 to England at Old Trafford to giveSven-Goran Eriksson’s team top spot. Turkey, surprise World Cup semi-finalists in 2002, will alsoattempt to qualify for next year’s finals through the playoffsafter their 1-0 win in Albania ended the hopes of Greece andDenmark.

BBC SPORT | Football | Internationals | Hooligan fears over England…
BBC News – Oct 11, 2005
He told Radio Five Live: “I think the England fans and the Germans and some eastern European countries, they can have a lot of risk supporters. “I think it will be very easy for England fans to travel to Germany. ”

England’s followers had a good record at the 2002 World Cup in South Korea and Japan as well as Euro 2004 in Portugal. But Groenvelt believes that was because of the difficulty and cost associated with getting to the host nations. His concerns about trouble-making England fans were also recently heightened when he attended the national team’s World Cup qualifier against Wales at the Millennium Stadium. “They were provoking, in an aggressive way – not only young people but older people too,” he said. “They were drinking without shirts on, they don’t integrate with the local supporters, they hate some people from other countries and refer to the war, and it doesn’t make a nice relaxing atmosphere for the match… But Groenvelt believes that was because of the difficulty and cost associated with getting to the host nations. His concerns about trouble-making England fans were also recently heightened when he attended the national team’s World Cup qualifier against Wales at the Millennium Stadium. “They were provoking, in an aggressive way – not only young people but older people too,” he said. “They were drinking without shirts on, they don’t integrate with the local supporters, they hate some people from other countries and refer to the war, and it doesn’t make a nice relaxing atmosphere for the match.

Russian Hopes Boosted by Luxembourg Rout
St Petersburg Times, Russia – Oct 11, 2005
? The Netherlands, Portugal, Italy, England and Poland all secured their places in the World Cup in European qualifiers on Saturday. With Ukraine already through to join hosts Germany the remaining automatic qualifiers and playoff berths will be decided on Wednesday. The Netherlands advanced with 2-0 win at fellow Euro 2004 semi-finalists the Czech Republic ? a result that had widespread ramifications as it also sent through England and Poland and kept Romania in the hunt for a Group One playoff spot after their 1-0 win in Finland. The clash in Prague between the top two in Group One lived up to expectations, particularly in an action-packed first half. Edwin van der Sar saved a harshly-awarded penalty by Tomas Rosicky in the 29th minute and a minute later Rafael van der Vaart put the Dutch ahead. Barry Opdam headed the second in the 37th and though the home side made most of the running after the break it was the massed ranks of orange-clad visiting fans celebrating at the end. The victory sent the Dutch to Germany as group winners with a game to spare and left the Czechs needing to win in Finland to pip Romania for second… The victory sent the Dutch to Germany as group winners with a game to spare and left the Czechs needing to win in Finland to pip Romania for second. England had earlier limped to an uninspired 1-0 home win over Austria despite having captain David Beckham sent off after an hour ? the first England player ever to be dismissed twice and the first England captain to bve sent off in England?s 133-year international history. However, it proved enough once the Dutch won as they and Poland, who were not in action, are guaranteed at least one of the two best-runners-up places. That left their Manchester meeting on Wednesday merely to decide the Group Six honors. Portugal stuttered to a 2-1 home win over Liechtenstein but it was enough to secure top spot in Group Three for the Euro 2004 runners-up. The day began with no less than 12 permutations of the top two finishers in Group Four and ended little clearer with the top four all still in contention. More stories by this section:.

Hearts face test at Celtic Park
BBC News – Oct 13, 2005

Hearts are unbeaten, having won the first eight games of the SPL campaign and battling back from 2-0 down with ten men to earn a draw at Falkirk last time out. Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon was the man dismissed and he will miss out for the visitors, along with striker Roman Bednar. Euro 2004 winner Panagiotis Fyssas is also a doubt having missed Greece’s midweek international with a knee injury. Celtic are on a run of five league wins since their Old Firm defeat at Ibrox in August but they too have injury problems. Striker Maciej Zurawski was hurt on international duty for Poland and won’t play. Captain Neil Lennon returns from suspension but Alan Thompson may not have recovered from an ankle knock in time. “Over the years it’s been a good fixture,” added McKinlay, who made 22 appearances for Scotland… Celtic are on a run of five league wins since their Old Firm defeat at Ibrox in August but they too have injury problems. Striker Maciej Zurawski was hurt on international duty for Poland and won’t play. Captain Neil Lennon returns from suspension but Alan Thompson may not have recovered from an ankle knock in time. “Over the years it’s been a good fixture,” added McKinlay, who made 22 appearances for Scotland. “I’ve been to Celtic Park with Hearts and it was always a difficult place to go. “But if Hearts have any aspirations of winning the title, they need to go to places like that and win.

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