Euro 2012 – Ukraine and Poland

December 27, 2006

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The News Review:

* Big Phil to quit after Euro 2008
* Terry’s Back Giving Mourinho The Blues
* Premiership Half-Term Report: ASTON VILLA
* Dispatch Online – Your premier Eastern Cape news site
* O’Neill Confirms Defoe Admiration
* Trophy-Chasing Defoe Has Found His Rhythm
* Ruggeri Waiting For Vieri
* Anfield 450m Selloff Shock (from Evening Times)
* Charlton-Fulham: Pardew Urges Fans To Back Team
* uefa.com – Football Europe – News & Features – News Specific

Big Phil to quit after Euro 2008
Independent Online – Dec 27, 2006
The 58-year-old – known as “Big Phil” – told the sporting daily Record that it was logical he should finish his term at the helm after Euro 2008 as he felt six years in charge of any team were enough for a coach. His comments may spark interest from Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho as he has said he would like to coach the national side before he retires. “It is logical and only natural that I leave at the end of Euro 2008 when my present contract comes to an end,” said Scolari, who, after winning the 2002 World Cup with Brazil, guided Portugal to the Euro 2004 final and to this year’s World Cup semi-finals – their first in 40 years. “We are already in this time frame, but after that things become more difficult, because they create habits and links with the players which can result in things deteriorating,” explained Scolari, who was awarded the paper’s Portuguese sports personality of the year. Scolari said he was not clear about what he would do after his departure from the Portugal post, but he would probably coach a club… “We are already in this time frame, but after that things become more difficult, because they create habits and links with the players which can result in things deteriorating,” explained Scolari, who was awarded the paper’s Portuguese sports personality of the year. Scolari said he was not clear about what he would do after his departure from the Portugal post, but he would probably coach a club.

Terry’s Back Giving Mourinho The Blues
Goal.com – Dec 27, 2006

“They have to make a quick decision,” continued he worried looking coach. “We do not have any more central defenders in the squad. Having lost [William] Gallas and [Robert] Huth in the summer, we do not have enough cover. ”
However, he did a ‘volte face’ following suggestions that he might have to reinforce his defence in January. “We have to survive with the small group of players we have and if we are four points behind Manchester United then that is OK,” he said. “After the hard matches against Fulham and Aston Villa in the Premiership we have 15 days of cup competitions, which are not our priority. “I am not concerned about buying new players in January, only with getting John Terry back as quickly as possible.

Premiership Half-Term Report: ASTON VILLA
Goal.com – Dec 27, 2006
The strain has begun to show in recent weeks, with Villa’s results taking a turn for the worse and the team slipping from top six to 10th. Villa have now lost five games, and are without a win in their last eight; but they’ve drawn half of their League matches – a remarkable ten games. Converting draws into victories will probably require more of a killer instinct in the final third, so it was not surprising to see O’Neill linked with a move for Tottenham’s proven goalscorer Jermain Defoe this week. He is also reported to be considering moves for highly rated West Bromwich Albion skipper and centre-back Curtis Davies, as well as Manchester United defender Phil Bardsley, who is currently on loan at Rangers. The players O’Neill is able to attract to Villa Park in January will probably have a major bearing on whether or not Villa can earn a place in Europe for next season by finishing high enough in this campaign. ASTON VILLA:
Status After 20 Games: 10th, 25 points (13th, 22 points at corresponding stage last season) High Point: Coming from behind to earn a draw at Chelsea at the end of September. Low Point: Losing 1-3 at home to Manchester City.

Dispatch Online – Your premier Eastern Cape news site
Dispatch Online – Dec 27, 2006
The 24-year-old R40 million buy from AS Roma is not wanted by coach Fabio Capello ? under whose aegis he played at Roma ? after failing to settle down in the club and after a series of incidents which irritated the team management. ?They have had enough of his mood swings,? said sports paper AS. ?Capello and sports director Pedja Mijatovic want him to leave. ?
Several Italian clubs including Roma, who bought him for R200m shortly after they won the 2001 Scudetto, and AC Milan could be interested in Cassano according to the paper, though, Real Madrid will not let him go for just any price. Also his estimated annual wages of R32m could complicate any eventual transfer… Cassano?s international career has suffered accordingly since he scored on his Italy debut against Poland in November 2003 and played for the Azzurri at the 2004 European championships in Portugal where they went out in the first round group stage. Subsequent to that he was left out by Marcello Lippi because of his expanding waistline and loss of form and not even the move to Real Madrid last January could re-ignite his faint hopes of making the World Cup squad. He has, though, caught the eye of Lippi?s replacement, Roberto Donadoni, having been included in one of his squad?s for two Euro 2008 qualifiers, though he was subsequently dropped from the next two. ? Sapa-AFP

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O’Neill Confirms Defoe Admiration
Goal.com – Dec 27, 2006
“Very evidently and very obviously, he is a good player,” said O’Neill, while refusing to indulge reporters further on Aston Villa’s supposed interest. Meanwhile, Tottenham boss Martin Jol has already made short shrift of the rumours: “I don’t know where the stories are from but I’m sure it’s not [Aston] Villa. “Three weeks ago, Aston Villa were going for Keane. Now it’s Defoe and next week it will be Berbatov as well. ”
Jol also insisted that Defoe – who has already chalked up 12 goals for the season despite spending a lot of time on the bench – was a player too valuable to sell.

Trophy-Chasing Defoe Has Found His Rhythm
Goal.com – Dec 27, 2006
It would be good for the fans and everyone. “At the end of the day, everyone wants to play football. If you’re not playing it’s difficult. You want to play and show everybody what you can do. “You want to be a part of it, particularly when the club are going places. You want to contribute and I feel I’m doing that now. “When it’s stop-start and you’re in and out the team it’s difficult to get a rhythm.

Ruggeri Waiting For Vieri
Goal.com – Dec 27, 2006
Our objective should still remain survival in Serie A, if we get more in the end that’s even better. The league is long, sometimes unexpected things can happen if you do well. Football is not math, so it’s better to reach our objective as soon as possible. ”
Then he complimented coach Colantuono who is working very well in Bergamo: “Sure, he is making the team his, creating it to his image. ” And on the return of Bobo Vieri: “In 2007 we wait for the return of Vieri. I am hopeful: if Vieri went to do this operation it means he wants to go back to playing and someone with his past could also have chosen to stay on vacation. No one forced him to come back.

Anfield 450m Selloff Shock (from Evening Times)
Glasgow Evening Times – Dec 27, 2006
When they sell in seven years, according to the report, they are hoping to make a huge profit. And there appear to be no plans to invest in new players. advertisement
Luiz Felipe Scolari will quit as Portugal coach after Euro 2008. Brazil legend Romario, 40, is hoping to re-join Vasco da Gama next year for a fourth spell in Rio. Tom Huddlestone, 19, has signed for Spurs until 2011. Chelsea’s title hopes will take a knock as captain John Terry may need surgery on a recurring back problem after missing the last four matches. Barcelona’s Argentine forward Lionel Messi hopes to have recovered from a broken metatarsal in time to face Liverpool on February 21… Chelsea tell Man City defender Micah Richards, 18, will cost £20m. Aston Villa bid for Spurs striker Jermain Defoe. Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has revealed he is not close friends with manager Jose Mourinho. Aston Villa striker Juan Pablo Angel is happy despite being axed by manager Martin O’Neill. Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster believes he is capable of becoming England’s number one in 2007.

Charlton-Fulham: Pardew Urges Fans To Back Team
Goal.com – Dec 27, 2006

Pardew, 45, added: “I will suggest to the fans that, regardless of performances in the next nine or 10 games, they should just come in and give us everything they have to make it intimidating for the opposition. “They need to do that against Fulham. Even for 30 minutes if we look horrible and are not getting it together, I want them to give us the benefit of the doubt. ”
Alrhough the Charlton players have been criticised for showing too little passion for the club in its predicament, Pardew will reserve judgement. “I can only be critical of them once they are under me,” he said. “They have to appreciate that I am the third manager this season and we don’t want it to be any more. “They need to enthuse themselves and get on track.

uefa.com – Football Europe – News & Features – News Specific
uefa.comUEFA.com – Dec 27, 2006
He broke into the first team last season and is now a regular, playing a leading role in Feyenoord’s UEFA Cup campaign. Netherlands coach Marco van Basten is keeping an eye on his progress and there is talk of De Guzman applying for a Dutch passport. That is if Canada do not call him up first. Roman Shishkin, 19, FC Spartak MoskvaShishkin made his first-team debut under Nevio Scala two years ago but had to wait until the 2006 season to become a regular at right-back. A Spartak academy graduate, he can play in any position at the back or as a defensive midfielder. He also has a good shot from distance and is useful from set-pieces. A regular for Russia’s U21 team, he has already earned one call-up to the senior squad.

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