Euro 2012 – Ukraine and Poland

June 16, 2006

Czechs to face Ghana without Baros, Koller

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The News Review:

* World Cup
* Impressive Spain crush Ukrainians
* England enjoy Rooney’s return
* Czechs to face Ghana without Baros, Koller
* Spain Kick-Start Campaign With Crushing Win
* New Dutch school selects pragmatism over disputes
* Angola Out to Put Heat on Mexico
* France want goals bonaza
* RTE – Sport
* BBC SPORT | Football | World Cup 2006 | Teams | England | Rooney…
* Channelnewsasia.com – World Cup Germany 2006
* Italians have no time for scandal
* After the wind-ups Ferdinand is candid before the camera
* Easy search for Nuremberg tickets
* RTÉ Sport: Sweden play down rumours of unrest
* Sports Events : Negative nabobs
* Cole urged to step up overlaps and test defence with crosses
* Great goals, great fans highlight opening matches

World Cup
San Francisco Chronicle – Jun 16, 2006
tmpl –> « Previous | Displaying 51 – 60 of 76 | Next » World CupIrish eyes are cryingFrom Sporting Green columnist Bruce JenkinsTHE 3-BLOG LOUNGE: Every Irish soccer fan in the Bay Area is crushed. How dare their national team not qualify for the World Cup, when Trinidad and Tobago can put together an entry? A few souls might have been soothed recently when the great Roy Keane announced his retirement from all play, including back home for Celtic. Still, we’ll never know if he had one more great international tournament left in him. Bad Hair Award for this year’s Cup: Alexi Lalas, the ESPN analyst, in a runaway… They express all these expectations for teams and then spend the entire second half describing how those expectations aren’t being met. But most of our expectations for teams are baseless. Some of these teams haven’t played together in this context for two years, if you count Euro 2004. The rest haven’t played together in four years. France was getting blistered in its game against Switzerland. Could we really expect France to dominate Switzerland? No, we could not.

Impressive Spain crush Ukrainians
CNN International – Jun 14, 2006
After taking a 13th minute lead through Xabi Alonso they added two more from David Villa and a superb fourth from young Atletico striker Fernando Torres. Ukraine, totally outplayed, were reduced to 10 men after 47 minutes when Vladislav Vashchyuk was harshly sent off for tugging at Torres’s shorts. Spain took their run to 23 matches without defeat since Luis Aragones became coach after Euro 2004. They played sparkling football in defense, midfield and attack and could easily have added more goals. In contrast, Andriy Shevchenko, the 2004 Footballer of the Year who has been signed by Chelsea from AC Milan for almost 30 million pounds ($55. 24 million), hardly had a meaningful touch. Ukraine coach Oleg Blokhin gave his players a tongue-lashing, saying they had let down the fans in their World Cup debut… Andriy Rusol conceded a free kick just outside the penalty area with a clumsy challenge and then compounded his blunder by deflecting Villa’s free kick past hapless goalkeeper Oleksander Shovkovsky. Plans wreckedBlokhin attempted to pep up his side by bringing on Andriy Vorobei and Oleg Shelayev at halftime but his plans were wrecked within 90 seconds of the restart when Vashchyuck was harshly shown the red card for hauling back Torres. Although the offense was clearly outside the area Torres did not tumble until he was inside and Ukraine were doubly punished. Shovkovsky made a brave attempt to keep out Villa’s penalty but, although he touched the ball, he could not prevent it from going inside the post. Spain crowned their impressive display when Torres volleyed home after a flowing move started by Carles Puyol on the halfway line. "I am very pleased with the goals and in particular for the win," Villa told Spanish television. "We hope it will be the first step in a good World Cup for Spain.

England enjoy Rooney’s return
Financial Times – Jun 15, 2006
getElementsByTagName(“p”)[0]);}}}}Sven-Goran Eriksson has always preferred his success to be surreptitious. With a 2-0 win over Trinidad and Tobago, England on Thursday night assured themselves of a place in the knockout phase of the World Cup with a game to spare and set a postwar record of eight successive victories, but they could hardly have done it in a less inspiring way. This was a lead earned so late there was not even time to call on Owen Hargreaves to protect it. It was a victory for persistence, if nothing else. Actually, it was a victory for persistence and nothing else. Again and again long balls were sent in the general direction of Peter Crouch, and again and again they were repulsed – a fact in which Crouch played no small part. But finally, with seven minutes to go, Aaron Lennon headed a Stewart Downing pass down for David Beckham… That was a sign of how poorly England were playing, but was also symptomatic of Eriksson’s new boldness. This new Eriksson is a remarkable beast, sarcastic in press conferences, willing to defy Sir Alex Ferguson, and prepared to take shocking tactical risks – even if they do replicate those that have been deployed against him in the past. For Eriksson and Beckham here, read Luiz Felipe Scolari and Deco in Portugal’s quarter-final victory over England in Euro 2004. Eriksson should revel in his substitutions, if only because it will dull the sense of how drab England had been until he made them. Rooney is a player who adds intensity even to the pre-training stretches; here, without doing much himself beyond a couple of deftly-weighted through-passes, he energised England. And yet the frustration of the opening hour could easily have become humiliation. It was not that Trinidad and Tobago offered much by way of attacking threat – although it took the snaking leg of John Terry to keep out a Stern John header just before half-time – merely that England’s lack of imagination made a goal seem so implausible.

Czechs to face Ghana without Baros, Koller
Pakistan Dawn – Jun 15, 2006
?Why this is, we don’t know,? Krejci said. He said the team had brought in a specialist doctor from Cologne to assist with his recovery. Baros, the top scorer in Euro 2004 where the Czechs reached the semi-finals, has missed most training sessions and even painkillers have not enabled him to finish their workouts. The only proper training he has been able to do is cycling. The team are also without forward Vladimir Smicer, who pulled out of the squad through injury before the tournament. Coach Brueckner insists there is enough strength in his squad to cope with the absence of three key forwards. The pressure will be on the midfield to perform.

Spain Kick-Start Campaign With Crushing Win
Arab News – Jun 15, 2006
?We hope it will be the first step in a good World Cup for Spain. We gave our all today, the fans have enjoyed themselves and I hope it continues like this. ? Spain took their run to 23 matches without defeat since Luis Aragones became coach after Euro 2004. Although it is too early to consider them potential champions, Spain played sparkling football in defense, midfield and attack and could easily have added more goals. In contrast, Andriy Shevchenko, the 2004 Footballer of the Year who has been signed by Chelsea from AC Milan for almost 30 million pounds ($55. 24 million), hardly had a meaningful touch. Spain went ahead after 13 minutes, Alonso bravely getting his head to the ball from Xavi?s left-wing corner to notch his first international goal… Torres sealed victory with a blistering volley on the run with nine minutes to play. Midfielder Cesc Fabregas, 19, became the youngest player to appear for Spain at a World Cup when he came on as a second-half substitute for Luis Garcia. Blokhin said: ?It is a shame not only did we lose, we simply did not even put up a fight. We couldn?t beat the heat. ?My players did not play at the same level they have been playing in training. Once you?ve seen a red card, it?s very difficult to make it up in this heat, especially against such a strong opponent.

New Dutch school selects pragmatism over disputes
Financial Times – Jun 15, 2006
He replied with a joke: “The wives are visiting, not the girlfriends. Otherwise it would be much too busy. ”The World Cup is more fun with the Dutch. Of the four Dutch managers here, three won their first game, while Leo Beenhakker’s Trinidad and Tobago managed a stunning draw against Sweden. The foreign media are pulling out clichés about “total football” and squabbling “Dutch Masters”… Advocaat learned abroad that massing around your own goal sometimes pays off. On one point all four coaches agreed: the conflictmodel doesn’t work. All had once experienced a divided Holland: Beenhakker as manager and Van Basten as player at the World Cup of 1990, Hiddink at the 1996 European Championship, and Advocaat at Euro 2004. All now preach harmony. Hiddink and Beenhakker pursue it through their psychological gifts. Hiddink identified Mark Viduka as Australia’s only difficult personality, and proceeded to get him on board by naming him captain. The coaches also benefit from their passports.

Angola Out to Put Heat on Mexico
Spiegel Online – Jun 15, 2006
Mexico will hope to seal its place in the World Cup knock-out phase with victory over Angola on Friday. FIFA’s fourth-ranked team is in the box seat in Group D after subduing Iran 3-1, placing them above Euro 2004 finalists Portugal. But they may have their work cut out against the Angola’s Black Antelopes, who won plaudits for a battling 1-0 defeat to Portugal on their World Cup debut. “The game was more competitive than expected,” commented Portugal coach Luis Felipe Scolari. “At one stage they were better than us in midfield but if you look at the best goal chances they were all ours. ” Mexico will be without Bolton striker Jared Borgetti, who limped off in the second half against Iran and may not reappear in the group stage… “At one stage they were better than us in midfield but if you look at the best goal chances they were all ours. ” Mexico will be without Bolton striker Jared Borgetti, who limped off in the second half against Iran and may not reappear in the group stage. But they are not without attacking options, a point rammed home by Omar Bravo’s match-winning double and Brazilian-born Zinha’s scintillating second-half cameo, in which he set up one goal and scored another. They will also take heart from the tactical wiles of coach Ricardo Lavolpe, whose double-substitution at half-time turned the game against Iran. 0 Wed Jul 11 18:30:44 2007 –>.

France want goals bonaza
TVNZ – Jun 16, 2006
Both have had their moments, Henry scoring 33 goals from 79appearances and Trezeguet netting just one less in 63 caps, but nowthat their scoring instinct is needed most, it seems to have gonemissing. Both 28, the former world and European champions are at the peakof their powers at club level. Only if they live up to the occasion can France, who have notscored a World Cup goal since lifting the trophy eight years ago,dream of going a long way in the finals. Henry was a shadow of the player he is for Arsenal inWednesday’s dull 0-0 Group G draw with Switzerland while Trezeguet,who keeps treating the Juventus fans with plenty of goals, did noteven come on. “I have no regrets,” said Henry. “I kept trying to put myself ina position to score and there was no one-to-one situations. Youhave regrets when you miss those… “I kept trying to put myself ina position to score and there was no one-to-one situations. Youhave regrets when you miss those. Despite his credentials, Trezeguet has been used mostly as asubstitute over the years, starting only two internationalsalongside Henry since Raymond Domenech took over as coach afterFrance’s quarter-final exit from Euro 2004. Just two days before France played Switzerland, Trezeguet hadsaid he found it difficult to understand why he was not anautomatic starter. Cisse out “When you have players like Thierry Henry, Zinedine Zidane ormyself, you should not ask yourself questions,” Trezeguet said. “In my opinion the example to follow is Brazil. Look at them,they play with Ronaldinho, Ronaldo, Adriano and Kaka all togetherin the same team and see nothing wrong with that.

RTE – Sport
rte.ie – Jun 16, 2006
He added: ‘From what I saw in practice I think there is a good chance I will use him. But now I have to wait to see how (his injury) responds in the afternoon and then I will make a decision. ‘
Scolari’s decision not to field Deco against Angola bemused his team-mates but Fernando Meira is confident he will make the difference against Iran. ‘He is extremely important for us,’ Meira told PA Sport. ‘He is our playmaker and we need him. ‘
The Portugal coach has called on his troops to deliver against Iran, following a dismal performance in the sluggish 1-0 defeat of unheralded Angola… ‘We have to play better if we want to win,’ he warned. ‘The players are not as nervous as in the first match and I noticed there is more respect towards Iran than there was for Angola. ‘
Scolari, who led Portugal to a second-place finish at the Euro 2004, believes the match – rather than next week’s clash with Mexico – will decide his side’s fate in the competition. ‘I believe from the three matches in the group this is the most difficult one,’ he added. “There are more risks in playing Iran than in playing Angola or Mexico. ‘They have a strong team and our players certainly expect more difficulties. ‘
Despite the poor showing in the opener, Scolari has remained upbeat, suggesting a win does not necessarily have to be pretty.

BBC SPORT | Football | World Cup 2006 | Teams | England | Rooney…
BBC News – Jun 15, 2006
Professors Angus Wallace and Chris Moran of the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham flew to Germany on Wednesday to examine the 20-year-old. The Manchester United striker has not played since breaking a metatarsal against Chelsea on 29 April. England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson said on Wednesday that Rooney was match fit for Thursday’s crucial Group B game… “It is clear he has received excellent care and rehabilitation from the Manchester United medical team. This has continued with the England team’s medical staff and it is obvious the two have worked very well together. ”

The duo said they had carried out a full risk assessment related to returning him to play at this stage. “That assessment has indicated that he is at no more risk than any other player who has recovered from an injury and is returning to competitive sport,” said the statement.

Channelnewsasia.com – World Cup Germany 2006
Channel News Asia – Jun 14, 2006
It glanced Muller’s left hand on the way – appeals for a penalty were waved away by Russian referee Valentin Ivanov. Henry, though, was left perplexed by the decision. “Somebody better explain to me the handball rule,” said Henry, who despite his wonderful scoring record for Arsenal has not hit the back of the net in wither the 2002 World Cup or Euro 2004. “If the hand stops the ball from going in the goal, it should be a penalty. “If we had scored that could have changed the course of the match. ”

Ribery, who emerged for the second half a full two minutes before his teammates, set Patrick Vieira up with a neat flick-on after some deft work by Zidane but the Juventus enforcer scuffed his shot wide from the edge of the box. Senderos produced a fine tackle to thwart the charging Sylvain Wiltord, set loose in the box by Senderos’ Arsenal teammate Henry on the hour mark.

Italians have no time for scandal
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (subscription… – Jun 14, 2006
The Italian players appeared relaxed and quite confident on Wednesday at their training base, located on a leafy landscape in Duisburg, a city in the Rhineland of western Germany. A match-fixing and referee-assignment scandal that involves some of the biggest clubs in Italian football, including mighty Juventus, seemed to spell trouble for the national team, too. The Italian players and coaches have not minimized or downplayed the scandal, which has generated major headlines from Rome to Turin and Milan, but they have said they cannot afford to focus on it during the World Cup. “We are trying to hold this problem at the border of the team,” outside defender Fabio Grosso said during an interview session following the team’s open practice on Wednesday morning. “It is an important thing. It was not so nice for Italy. “We are trying to solve it with the most suitable people… “We appreciated very much Italy following us in a very delicate moment. “They followed it (the Ghana match) with passion, and we did it for everybody. ”

Italy named Marcello Lippi as head coach following the team’s poor performance in the Euro 2004 Championships in Portugal, when it was eliminated in the group stage. The 58-year-old Lippi is a tested veteran who won five Italian titles in two stints with Juventus, and also took the Turin club to four Champions League finals (winning in 1996). Lippi, sun-tanned and wearing blue shorts on the practice field, presided over a spirited team workout as dozens of photographers snapped away and reporters scribbled in their notebooks. He has grown weary of all the questions about the Serie A scandal, which could result in Juventus dropping to the second or third division of Italian football. But Lippi believes the worst time has passed for the Azzurri.

After the wind-ups Ferdinand is candid before the camera
Guardian Unlimited – Jun 15, 2006
But the post-match entertainment had already been laid on, so after their troubled victory over Paraguay on Saturday the England squad went back to their Black Forest hideaway and sat down in front of a giant television screen to watch Rio Ferdinand’s World Cup Wind-Ups, in which the party-loving central defender subjected a few of his team-mates to embarrassing practical jokes. To some, no doubt, this was hilarious stuff. To others it confirmed the suspicion that this generation of English footballers does not know when to stop giggling and take life seriously, although their captain – himself the victim of a Ferdinand prank – at least gave an assurance that attempts to even the score have been put on hold… I feel fairly good at the moment and I’m comfortable with the way we’re playing. But there’s always room for improvement, and I think we’d all say that. “Serving a suspension when England played in the Euro 2004 finals, Ferdinand watched the matches on holiday in Florida. It gave him, he said, an insight into the fans’ mentality. “I was in Miami with Wes Brown and couple of my mates and I was in the bar singing Wayne Rooney songs and so I know exactly what it’s like, the essence of being a fan. The banter, the lead-up to game, the fallout from the game – the emotions are quite raw and they’re only round the corner from me because it was only a couple of years ago. During the game you can’t really take in that feeling because you’re obviously concentrating but I’m sure that after the tournament I’ll be able sit back and see how it was reported.

Easy search for Nuremberg tickets
BBC News – Jun 14, 2006
He had bought one for his son Billy on Saturday for 330 euros. He said: “It’s absolutely scandalous. You can’t buy the tickets in the normal way if you’re not on the internet like me – I’m from another generation. “Ten out of 10 to the Germans for what they’ve organised for the fans. But there’s way too many corporate tickets. ”

Supporters have pointed the finger of blame at sponsors. One fan said she got a ticket off a tout with a brand name printed on it, while others say sponsors have been openly selling them on the street… Seasoned England supporters, with their match tickets safely locked away, said it was the same old story. Twenty-five years into his England-supporting career, Martin O’Hara, 51, from Doncaster, said: “We weren’t really surprised to see the stadium so full of supporters, because we are the world’s best at buying tickets and we are prepared to pay for it. “But getting only 8% of the official allocation, as opposed to 20% at Euro 2004, made me think it wouldn’t be quite as full of England as it was. “The majority paid way over the odds and the pity is that the people getting the money are people with no interest in the game – the touts. ”

Risks

There is also a risk buying from a tout because about one in 10 tickets is checked on entry to the ground, to make sure the name and age is a match. Martin Halterman, Fifa’s spokesman in Nuremberg, said he estimated only 2% of tickets for Thursday’s match would end up on the black market, and that overall the ticketing arrangements had been a success. There was some good news for England supporters when the FA announced an extra 250 tickets on sale for the match, making 4,550 in total for the official fans.

RTÉ Sport: Sweden play down rumours of unrest
rte.ie – Jun 15, 2006
Skipper Olof Mellberg and Arsenal midfielder Freddie Ljungberg were involved in a heated exchange in the dressing room after their goalless draw with Trinidad and Tobago. But Marcus Allback, the former Aston Villa striker now with FC Copenhagen, claims the squad is united. Allback said: “I don’t think the ‘unrest’ has affected us in any particular way. It was a small thing that people escalated into a massive thing, talking about fights and stuff… ‘It was a discussion and it’s quite usual that you have that after a game when you don’t get the result you want. ‘
Sweden’s coach Lars Lagerback insists there will be no sense of panic against Paraguay, who he believes may be vulnerable to set-pieces. Lagerback said: ‘We’ve had decisive games in qualification, as well as in Portugal (Euro 2004) and Japan (World Cup 2002), we’ve been in this situation before. ‘These players have shown over the years that there is really good character in this squad. I feel very privileged to be able to work with them. If we play as well as we did, and create that many chances again, we’ll have a really good chance of winning the game. ‘
Lagerback is unlikely to make any outfield changes but first-choice goalkeeper Andreas Isaksson should return.

Sports Events : Negative nabobs
San Francisco Chronicle – Jun 14, 2006
They express all these expectations for teams and then spend the entire second half describing how those expectations aren’t being met. But most of our expectations for teams are baseless. Some of these teams haven’t played together in this context for two years, if you count Euro 2004. The rest haven’t played together in four years. France was getting blistered in its game against Switzerland. Could we really expect France to dominate Switzerland? No, we could not… Could we really expect France to dominate Switzerland? No, we could not. If it draws Togo or looks slow against South Korea, then there’s a problem. Anyway, the latest target was Brazil. On and on about Ronaldo dragging around and about the team not holding to its first half form in the second half. I’m going to wait and see about Ronaldo. Part of his job is to stand quietly up front and come alive at the right moment and score.

Cole urged to step up overlaps and test defence with crosses
Guardian Unlimited – Jun 15, 2006
The left-back’s usual quota of overlapping runs has diminished since his comeback from injury but he will be instructed to be more adventurous at the Frankenstadion. Cole’s patchy form has become a cause of consternation for Eriksson and his coaching staff with the Arsenal defender conspicuously below his best against Paraguay and a long way short of the levels he reached when excelling in Euro 2004… His season has been disrupted by injury and there is a school of thought within the England camp that he is still suffering the after-effects. There will be extra responsibility placed upon him tonight in the absence of Gary Neville, who can usually be relied upon for pressing into attacking positions from the other side of defence. Jamie Carragher, Neville’s probable replacement, is not renowned for his forward thrusts, which is a considerable setback given that the video clips of Trinidad & Tobago have shown them to be poor at cutting out crosses. Eriksson was struck by the number of times it happened when Sweden played them last Saturday and he has also been encouraged by footage from a recent game against the Czech Republic. What he saw will have been of particular interest to David Beckham. “Jan Koller scored twice, one header and one with his feet, and both goals came from crosses from the right,” said England’s head coach. “Hopefully we will play like that.

Great goals, great fans highlight opening matches
Pakistan Dawn – Jun 16, 2006
The two sides produced a highly entertaining game which Germany won 4-2 ? the highest scoring opening match in the tournament’s history. Ecuador then produced the only really surprising result a few hours later with a well-deserved 2-0 win over Poland in the second Group A match in Gelsenkirchen. Germany, as hosts, are likely to do well in the competition and, although this is not the most illustrious German side of all time, they are ranked among the favourites and could well reach the semi-finals at least. England are another team expected to reach the latter stages and, while they started well with a third minute goal in their Group B match with Paraguay, they failed to score again and have been criticised by the media at home for the way they played. England, however, did emerge from their opening match in Frankfurt with a 1-0 win and three points, the same as world champions Brazil who beat Croatia by the same score on Tuesday. Argentina also got off to a winning start without playing brilliantly in their 2-1 win against debutants Ivory Coast in Group C and look set to qualify with the Netherlands, who did play very well in their 1-0 win over Serbia & Montenegro. While the favourites have all avoided the first hurdles in this race, one or two dark horses have emerged on the rails… While the favourites have all avoided the first hurdles in this race, one or two dark horses have emerged on the rails. Mexico were impressive in a 3-1 win over Iran in Nuremberg on Sunday, while Spain thrashed Ukraine 4-0 on Wednesday. Portugal, runners-up at home in Euro 2004, beat Angola 1-0 in Cologne on Sunday and with Brazil’s 2002 World Cup-winning coach Luis Felipe Scolari in charge, cannot be discounted. The best comeback of the first 16 games was Australia’s, who scored three times in the last seven minutes to beat Japan 3-1. com Banner Code ————– –>. floor(99999999 * Math.

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