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May 17, 2006

England Without Rooney

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The News Review:

* Gerrard ready for World Cup
* Victory finds sun in June
* Gulf Times – Qatar’s top-selling English daily newspaper – Sport
* England Without Rooney
* Van Basten’s bright new dawn?
* Morientes missing from Spain squad
* Injured players named by Brueckner
* Klinsmann Springs Surprises in Naming World Cup Squad | World Cup…
* Barthez scores spot on French World Cup squad
* Injured Kewell to recover in Europe
* Dispatch Online – Your premier Eastern Cape news site
* Figo gets last chance for international glory
* Spain leave out Morientes
* Scolari leaves out winger Quaresma
* France boasts an aging squad, but is still dangerous
* North Jersey Media Group providing local news, sports & classified…

Gerrard ready for World Cup
Independent Online – May 15, 2006
At the time, Gerrard seemed destined to go on and establish himself as England’s natural leader, the player around whom the national side would be built. It has not worked out like that. The need for surgery to correct a groin problem that was causing recurring back and thigh injuries forced Gerrard to miss out on the 2002 World Cup and, by his own admission, he failed to live up to his pre-tournament billing at Euro 2004. “I do feel that I’ve not done myself justice yet with England,” he confided recently. “There have not been too many matches when I’ve been fully happy with my performance, and I’m desperate to put that right. ”

Many feel that Gerrard’s impact in Portugal was reduced by the requirement for him to take on too many defensive responsibilities in a midfield also containing the attack-minded Frank Lampard… At the time, Gerrard seemed destined to go on and establish himself as England’s natural leader, the player around whom the national side would be built. It has not worked out like that. The need for surgery to correct a groin problem that was causing recurring back and thigh injuries forced Gerrard to miss out on the 2002 World Cup and, by his own admission, he failed to live up to his pre-tournament billing at Euro 2004. “I do feel that I’ve not done myself justice yet with England,” he confided recently. “There have not been too many matches when I’ve been fully happy with my performance, and I’m desperate to put that right. ”

Many feel that Gerrard’s impact in Portugal was reduced by the requirement for him to take on too many defensive responsibilities in a midfield also containing the attack-minded Frank Lampard. ‘I’m settled and happy at Liverpool and I am not going to go’That issue is likely to surface again in Germany although the likely absence of Wayne Rooney could force Sven-Goran Eriksson to deploy the Liverpool skipper in a more attacking role.

Victory finds sun in June
The Age – May 16, 2006
“Our preparation for this season will be much morethorough than what we experienced last season,” coach Ernie Merricksaid yesterday. The tournament runs from June 15-25. BrazilianHelbert da Silva still has not been given immigration clearance,while Merrick still has several spots to fill on his 20-man roster. Archie Thompson will not be available because he will be with theSocceroos in Germany. The A-League’s pre-season competition startson July 16, with the season kicking off in late August. Victoryplays a warm-up game on Friday night against Bulleen at the VenetoClub. Roar loses teen starA-LEAGUE Queensland Roar is resigned to losing one of itsbrightest talents, teenage forward David Williams… Striker Jan Kollerappears to be on course to play after a knee injury last Septemberthat kept him sidelined for months. “As late as Friday and Saturdaywe were having our doctors examine players and we were stillweighing various alternatives,” Brueckner said. The Czechs made itto the Euro 2004 semi-finals before losing to eventual championsGreece and Brueckner has called on many of the same faces for itstricky group in Germany that includes Italy, Ghana and the US. Defender has another capWORLD CUP Germany coach Juergen Klinsmann included JensNowotny in the nation’s World Cup squad despite the defender’s neartwo-year absence from international football. One of Germany’sfinest defenders, he has recently recovered from serious injury andis back in the Bundesliga after a long legal row with his club,Bayer Leverkusen. Capped 45 times, his inclusion was seen as atacit acceptance by Klinsmann that his young defence needed a moreexperienced anchor. Nowotny last played for Germany at Euro 2004.

Gulf Times – Qatar’s top-selling English daily newspaper – Sport
Gulf Times – May 15, 2006
Since making his Bundesliga debut with FC Cologne as an 18-year-old in November 2003 Podolski, dubbed ?Prince Poldi? by the media, has been hailed as Germany?s answer to England sensation Wayne Rooney. Rooney?s stellar performances for England at Euro 2004 catapulted him to stardom and the World Cup finals in Germany provide the 20-year-old Podolski with the perfect stage to showcase his football talents. At the Euro 2004 finals in Portugal, Podolski was largely used as a late substitute by manager Rudi Voller but under Jurgen Klinsmann he is first choice in attack and confident of shooting Germany to a fourth World Cup success. ?We can win the World Cup,? said Podolski. ?Who would have thought Greece would be crowned European champions? ?We have what a lot of teams do not have – a lot of young, hungry players. ? Podolski may be Germany?s big hope for the finals but he was actually born in the Polish city of Gliwice and as fate would have it he will face his homeland in the Group A match on June 14 in Dortmund… At the Euro 2004 finals in Portugal, Podolski was largely used as a late substitute by manager Rudi Voller but under Jurgen Klinsmann he is first choice in attack and confident of shooting Germany to a fourth World Cup success. ?We can win the World Cup,? said Podolski. ?Who would have thought Greece would be crowned European champions? ?We have what a lot of teams do not have – a lot of young, hungry players. ? Podolski may be Germany?s big hope for the finals but he was actually born in the Polish city of Gliwice and as fate would have it he will face his homeland in the Group A match on June 14 in Dortmund. ?It will be a strange match for me,? admitted. ?But I want to emphasise that I will give everything for Germany. It is good enough for Poland to finish second in the group and qualify as well.

England Without Rooney
Newswatch – Newswatch (subscription) – May 15, 2006
But his rise to fame began in 2004, during the European Championship that held in Portugal. He was rated the best player in an English team that played some of the best football even though they could not win the cup. Before his present travails, Rooney was not free from controversy. After his impressive outing for England at Euro 2004, and once joining United, the player developed an ego problem. His occasional burst of anger, impatience and inclination to engage the referee in arguments, gave him out as not just temperamental, but a young man whose fame had probably gotten to his head. His injury came at a time England was already lamenting the injury of Michael Owen, another of its influential players. The Newcastle striker has been nursing an injury for several months and has been on and off Newcastle’s matches.

Van Basten’s bright new dawn?
go.com – May 15, 2006
Firstly, and most surprising, came the appointment as national coach of the hugely inexperienced Marco van Basten as a replacement for the vastly experienced Dick Advocaat. As a striker in the late 1980s and early 1990s Van Basten was without equal, but with only a brief stint as assistant coach of the Ajax reserve team by way of managerial qualifications he hardly seemed the right man for the job – a point latched onto by sceptical fans and media alike. Secondly, and to some no less surprising, but certainly just as risky, was Van Basten’s decision to axe many of the Netherlands’ most experienced stars; players such as Clarence Seedorf and Patrick Kluivert were removed in favour of widespread though not wholesale rejuvenation. The rationale behind the decision was that some of the squad’s elder players had failed to produce performances befitting their considerable hype, plus the removal of swollen egos from the national set-up provided a clean break with the disappointments of the recent past and helped guard against one of the Dutch national side’s traditional problems; implosion from within as a result of personality clashes… Secondly, and to some no less surprising, but certainly just as risky, was Van Basten’s decision to axe many of the Netherlands’ most experienced stars; players such as Clarence Seedorf and Patrick Kluivert were removed in favour of widespread though not wholesale rejuvenation. The rationale behind the decision was that some of the squad’s elder players had failed to produce performances befitting their considerable hype, plus the removal of swollen egos from the national set-up provided a clean break with the disappointments of the recent past and helped guard against one of the Dutch national side’s traditional problems; implosion from within as a result of personality clashes. That is not to say that experience does not have its place in the Van Basten era – players like Mark van Bommel and Philip Cocu do still have a part to play, but the difference is that they are now part of a squad rather than core elements of it. Van Basten’s decision to increasingly rely on a talented crop of younger players has generated considerable excitement around the Dutch side. Players like Feyenoord’s Dirk Kuyt, Hamburg’s Rafael van der Vaart, Chelsea’s Arjen Robben and Arsenal’s Robin van Persie typify the verve, guile, speed and youth that flows through the Dutch ranks and which promises so much in Germany. With four players of their quality it is difficult to isolate one as the star player; the Netherlands boast class front to back and across all ages – from Ruud van Nistelrooy in attack to Edwin van dear Saar in goal – but it is the youth of the squad that promises to provide the most excitement in Germany. The 2006 edition of the World Cup will be the Netherlands’ 8th appearance at the finals, with their storied performances in the 1974 and 1978 tournaments fondly remembered by those old enough to and held in highest esteem by those who only learnt the legend of Johann Cruyff and Total Football second-hand.

Morientes missing from Spain squad
CNN – May 15, 2006
Valencia defender Carlos Marchena was included despite a mediocre season with the Primera Liga side, while Morientes was ignored after scoring just nine goals for Liverpool this season. Morientes has found the net just nine times for Liverpool this season, but has an impressive record when he has played for Spain, scoring 26 times in 43 games. The former Real Madrid striker went to both Euro 2004 and the last World Cup, but missed out on Euro 2000, an omission that then-coach Jose Antonio Camacho later admitted was a mistake. Valencia striker David Villa, who has scored 24 Primera Liga goal this season, is now the favourite to lead the line with support from either Raul or Atletico Madrid’s Fernando Torres. "I’ve given priority to the players who suit the way we play. We can’t put the interests of individual players before those of the team and its stability," a tense Aragones told a news conference. "I’m not taking Marchena just because he helped us before.

Injured players named by Brueckner
CNN – May 15, 2006
His biggest concern is influential midfielder Vladimir Smicer, who has a torn tendon in his leg but is still hoping to be fit for the Czechs’ opener against the United States on June 12. Striker Vratislav Lokvenc is recovering from a serious knee injury and is not fully fit, while key defender Zdenek Grygera of Ajax is also struggling with an injury. Striker Jan Koller is on course to play after a knee injury last September which kept him on the sidelines for months. The towering striker headed home twice at the weekend for Borussia Dortmund in a 3-3 draw with Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich, his first full 90 minutes of play since surgery. "As late as Friday and Saturday we were having our doctors examine players and we were still weighing various alternatives," said Brueckner. The Czechs made it to the Euro 2004 semifinals before losing to eventual champions Greece and Brueckner has called on most of the same faces to guide his team through a tricky group stage in Germany that includes Italy, Ghana and the USA… The towering striker headed home twice at the weekend for Borussia Dortmund in a 3-3 draw with Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich, his first full 90 minutes of play since surgery. "As late as Friday and Saturday we were having our doctors examine players and we were still weighing various alternatives," said Brueckner. The Czechs made it to the Euro 2004 semifinals before losing to eventual champions Greece and Brueckner has called on most of the same faces to guide his team through a tricky group stage in Germany that includes Italy, Ghana and the USA. "I believe that the peak of this team will come at the right time, at the World Cup. This team has its own character, its own face," Brueckner said. Omissions from that Euro 2004 squad were limited to defenders Tomas Huebschman and Rene Bolf, and midfielders Roman Tyce and Stepan Vachousek. Radoslav Kovac, David Jarolim, Jan Polak and Jiri Stajner will take their place.

Klinsmann Springs Surprises in Naming World Cup Squad | World Cup…
Deutsche Welle – May 15, 2006
I just told him that he does not need to worry. He has under-21 caps and we are taking half that team with us to the World Cup. ”

Bayer Leverkusen defender Nowotny was the other shock inclusion as he had not played for the national team for two years. Nowotny back from injury

The 32-year-old Nowotny won the last of his 45 caps at Euro 2004 but Klinsmann hopes he can bring some experience to a youthful defense. “Jens Nowotny brings a lot of experience… He has under-21 caps and we are taking half that team with us to the World Cup. ”

Bayer Leverkusen defender Nowotny was the other shock inclusion as he had not played for the national team for two years. Nowotny back from injury

The 32-year-old Nowotny won the last of his 45 caps at Euro 2004 but Klinsmann hopes he can bring some experience to a youthful defense. “Jens Nowotny brings a lot of experience. He has played in lot of tournaments and knows what it takes,” Klinsmann said. “We need different alternatives in central defense as (Christoph) Metzelder is still struggling with injury,” Klinsmann added. Dortmund defender Metzelder is out for two weeks but is also included in the 23-man squad.

Barthez scores spot on French World Cup squad
Expatica – May 15, 2006
The Marseille player had been in fierce contention with Lyon’s Gregory Coupet for the position, but after long reflection coach Raymond Domenech opted for the 77-times capped Barthez, a veteran of the 1998 World Cup winning side. Coupet’s performances for champions Lyon this season left many believing he would get the nod from Domenech. And Coupet could not hide his disappointment after finding out on Thursday he would be sitting on the substitute’s bench in Germany. “It’s not the end of the world but it’s a huge disappointment,” Coupet told Canal Plus television. “I’m going to have to bounce back and, psychologically, get myself together for the World Cup campaign. I’ll just have to get used to it… I will do all I can to get the team into the final,” he said. As expected there was no place for Barcelona winger Ludovic Giuly, Arsenal’s Robert Pires or troublesome striker Nicolas Anelka all of whom failed to convince Domenech that they could be valuable assets in Germany. But the ever-cautious coach, who took over after France’s poor performance at Euro 2004 in Portugal, did retain the core of the side he used to qualify for the finals anchored around World Cup winners Barthez, Zinedine Zidane, Lilian Thuram and Thierry Henry. “It wasn’t easy,” said Domenech. “There were nights of doubt, of sleeplessness for everbody, but I am convinced this squad can go as far as possible in Germany. ”
“What matters is the character shown by the players. The character of those that play who have to face up to the pressure of the World Cup.

Injured Kewell to recover in Europe
The Age – May 15, 2006
Football Australia said it had no plans to bring in any standbyplayers. If Kewell didn’t recover from injury, Australia would be able toreplace him in its 23-man squad prior to the start of thetournament. Greece has announced a virtual full-strength squad to play theSocceroos at the MCG, with Euro 2004 skipper Theo Zagorakis andBolton midfielder Stelios Giannakopoulos among the touringparty. The team is scheduled to arrive in Melbourne on Friday. Meanwhile, Socceroos penalty shootout hero John Aloisi’s clubside Alaves was relegated from the Spanish Primera Liga at theweekend. Despite Alaves’ 1-0 win over Deportivo La Coruna in which Aloisidid not play, fellow strugglers Espanyol’s shock 1-0 win over RealSociedad consigned Alaves to second-division football nextyear. And Socceroos duo Scott Chipperfield and Mile Sterjovski’s clubFC Basel was pipped for the Swiss championship by FC Zurich with adramatic last-gasp goal… The team is scheduled to arrive in Melbourne on Friday. Meanwhile, Socceroos penalty shootout hero John Aloisi’s clubside Alaves was relegated from the Spanish Primera Liga at theweekend. Despite Alaves’ 1-0 win over Deportivo La Coruna in which Aloisidid not play, fellow strugglers Espanyol’s shock 1-0 win over RealSociedad consigned Alaves to second-division football nextyear. And Socceroos duo Scott Chipperfield and Mile Sterjovski’s clubFC Basel was pipped for the Swiss championship by FC Zurich with adramatic last-gasp goal. FC Zurich’s Romanian defender Iulian Filipescu scored with thelast touch of the game against Basel, with the three points drawingZurich level on points but ahead on goal difference. It was FC Zurich’s first Swiss title for 25 years.

Dispatch Online – Your premier Eastern Cape news site
Dispatch Online – May 16, 2006
?The national coach was watching young players all season and it is an honour to jump on board for the World Cup at the final moment,? said Odonkor. Bayer Leverkusen defender Nowotny was the other shock inclusion as he had not played for the national team for two years. The 32-year-old Nowotny won the last of his 45 caps at Euro 2004 but Klinsmann hopes he can bring some experience to a youthful defence. ?Jens Nowotny brings a lot of experience. He has played in a lot of tournaments and knows what it takes,? Klinsmann said. Dortmund defender Metzelder is out for two weeks but is also included in the 23-man squad. While there was delight for Odonkor and Nowotny there was heartache for Brazilian-born striker Kevin Kuranyi who paid the price for a poor season with Schalke 04.

Figo gets last chance for international glory
USA Today – May 16, 2006
He was voted European Footballer of Year in 2000, and the following year earned the highest accolade when he was elected FIFA’s World Player of the Year. But the World Cup was a flop. And the disappointment at Euro 2004, coupled with a heavy schedule with Real Madrid, contributed to his decision in August of that year to retire from international soccer. He returned a year ago to help Portugal’s qualifying campaign. Since his debut for the senior team in October 1992 against Luxembourg, Figo has a national record of 118 appearances, with 31 goals. Though Figo, now playing at Inter Milan, no longer produces the trademark explosive bursts that took him past the world’s best defenders, he’s a wise head on a young team. For Portugal’s Brazilian coach Luiz Felipe Scolari, Figo is the natural choice for team captain… Though Figo, now playing at Inter Milan, no longer produces the trademark explosive bursts that took him past the world’s best defenders, he’s a wise head on a young team. For Portugal’s Brazilian coach Luiz Felipe Scolari, Figo is the natural choice for team captain. “He’s one of our mainstays, not only because of how he plays, but also because of what he represents and the way he worries opponents,” Scolari said. “Off the field he offers his experience to the other players and helps ease younger players into the side. ”
Now, Figo hopes, comes the final step: success in the World Cup. Copyright 2006 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

Spain leave out Morientes
TVNZ – May 16, 2006
Valencia centre-back Carlos Marchena was included despite a mediocre season, while Morientes was ignored after failing to find his scoring form at Liverpool. Morientes has found the net just nine times for Liverpool this season, but has an impressive record when he has played for Spain, scoring 26 times in 43 games. The former Real Madrid striker went to both Euro 2004 and the last World Cup, but missed out on Euro 2000, an omission that then-coach Jose Antonio Camacho later admitted was a mistake. Valencia striker David Villa, who has scored 24 Primera Liga goal this season, is now the favourite to lead the line with support from either Raul or Atletico Madrid’s Fernando Torres. “I’ve given priority to the players who suit the way we play. We can’t put the interests of individual players before those of the team and its stability,” a tense Aragones told a news conference. “I’m not taking Marchena just because he helped us before… “I’ve given priority to the players who suit the way we play. We can’t put the interests of individual players before those of the team and its stability,” a tense Aragones told a news conference. “I’m not taking Marchena just because he helped us before. It is a question of taste and I like him as a player. ” Marchena’s Valencia team mates Ruben Baraja and Vicente were left out, as were defenders Joan Capdevila and Javi Venta who had both been invited to last week’s World Cup get-together. Baraja was a regular in the team during Spain’s qualifying campaign, but Vicente has been struggling with ankle problems throughout the season and has only recently recovered full fitness. “I’ve had to think about it very carefully but I haven’t lost any sleep over it,” said Aragones.

Scolari leaves out winger Quaresma
Iran Sports Press – May 15, 2006
He will be replaced by Porto’s Ricardo Costa. Midfielder Costinha, dropped by Dynamo Moscow for disciplinary reasons, was given permission by the Russian club to train in Portugal to regain his form to play in the FIFA World Cup. Apart from those with injuries, Scolari has kept the same players he fielded in their UEFA EURO 2004 campaign, where Portugal lost to Greece in the final. Scolari said he had not yet decided on his line-up. “I still have not defined the 11. I only have seven or eight defined to start in the friendly with Cape Verde,” he said. “As of now it will be a tough fight but a good one… Apart from those with injuries, Scolari has kept the same players he fielded in their UEFA EURO 2004 campaign, where Portugal lost to Greece in the final. Scolari said he had not yet decided on his line-up. “I still have not defined the 11. I only have seven or eight defined to start in the friendly with Cape Verde,” he said. “As of now it will be a tough fight but a good one. ”
Portugal have been drawn to play Angola, Mexico and Iran in Group D at the finals. Asked which game would be the hardest, Scolari said: “It is always the first one.

France boasts an aging squad, but is still dangerous
SI.com – May 15, 2006
Manager: Raymond Domenech, third year with team (he inherited the job after working with France’s?under-21 squad for 11 years). Key players With 33-year-old captain?Zinedine Zidane playing in his final World Cup, Thierry Henry needs to carry this team. The Arsenal striker will have to not just deliver goals, but also provide the creativity in setting up his good friend and fellow striker David Tr?z?guet, one of the most underrated front men in the game. Patrick Vieira flopped at Euro 2004, but when he’s on top of his game, he is the kind of holding midfielder who can dominate matches, especially with Claude Makelele as his sidekick. Blessed with size, strength and brains, Vieira is looking to come back after an up-and-down season at Juventus. What to watch for An under-fire Domenech persuaded three golden oldies — Zidane, Makelele and Lilian Thuram — to come out of international retirement last summer. That’s how desperate things got for France… Key players With 33-year-old captain?Zinedine Zidane playing in his final World Cup, Thierry Henry needs to carry this team. The Arsenal striker will have to not just deliver goals, but also provide the creativity in setting up his good friend and fellow striker David Tr?z?guet, one of the most underrated front men in the game. Patrick Vieira flopped at Euro 2004, but when he’s on top of his game, he is the kind of holding midfielder who can dominate matches, especially with Claude Makelele as his sidekick. Blessed with size, strength and brains, Vieira is looking to come back after an up-and-down season at Juventus. What to watch for An under-fire Domenech persuaded three golden oldies — Zidane, Makelele and Lilian Thuram — to come out of international retirement last summer. That’s how desperate things got for France. As a result, what should have been Henry’s team is now in Zidane’s corpulent shadow, even as the Real midfielder keeps getting less and less consistent with age.

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NorthJersey.com – May 15, 2006
Fans don’t sing his name from the terraces and are suspicious of his cautious approach to tactics and his lack of emotion. He’s used a handful of players on the national team who have never been picked again, while ignoring experienced players such as Steve McManaman and Chris Sutton. His reliance on captain David Beckham, even when the Real Madrid midfielder has not been in shape, has also been questioned. Eriksson’s use of substitutes in exhibition games, including changing the entire team at halftime against Australia in February 2003, prompted FIFA to change its rules to limit countries to six replacements in noncompetitive games. It was all so different when Eriksson took over in January 2001. England had one point and no goals in qualifying for the 2002 World Cup, and previous manager Kevin Keegan had resigned after a 1-0 qualifying loss to Germany at Wembley. Eriksson brought a calmness to the turmoil — despite concerns about appointing a non-Englishman to the job… Two years later, England went to the European Championship without losing a qualifying game. But Eriksson’s private life was starting to overshadow his job. Three months before Euro 2004, Eriksson was photographed meeting with Chelsea officials and was linked with a move to coaching the club. Instead, he signed an extension to his England contract worth $9. Just after the tournament, Eriksson became embroiled in a sex scandal after tabloids revealed his affair with an FA secretary, Faria Alam, who also had a relationship with chief executive Mark Palios. Palios was forced to resign while Eriksson was cleared of any wrongdoing.

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