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Chelsea boss tells rivals: Improve or lose again - 12 July 2005
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has warned his English Premiership rivals to improve or finish second again.
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Liverpool put faith in new Vieira - 12 July 2005
Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez claims Mohamed Sissoko will turn out better than Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira.
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Vieira wants to know if he is in or out - 12 July 2005
Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira reportedly wants to meet manager Arsene Wenger to discuss his future after he was linked with Juventus.
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Ferguson unworried by Ferdinand contract deadlock - 10 July 2005
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is refusing to be worried by the current deadlock over Rio Ferdinand's new contract.
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Hiddink linked to Socceroos job - 10 July 2005
Former Dutch and South Korean national coach Guus Hiddink has been linked with the Australian national football team on a part-time basis.
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Giggs confident United can regain Premiership titl - 10 July 2005
Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs is confident his side can challenge Chelsea for the Premiership title next season.
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South Africa shock Mexico 2-1 in Gold Cup opener - 10 July 2005
South Africa launched their campaign in the CONCACAF Gold Cup with a 2-1 victory over defending champions Mexico
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Woodward signals Saints move may not be set - 10 July 2005
British and Irish Lions rugby coach Sir Clive Woodward signalled that his well-publicised move to English football club Southampton may not be set in stone.
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Gerrard and Carragher commit futures to Liverpool - 09 July 2005
Liverpool duo Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher have signed new four-year contracts with the European Cup winners.
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Chelsea casualties set to report for duty - 09 July 2005
Frank Lampard, John Terry, Ricardo Carvalho and Wayne Bridge all expect to be ready for the new season when Chelsea defend their English Premiership title.
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Gerrard in shock Liverpool U-turn - 07 July 2005
Liverpool chief executive Ric Parry said skipper Steven Gerrard had changed his mind and was staying with the club.
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Gerrard tells Liverpool he wants to go - 06 July 2005
England midfielder Steven Gerrard insisted he wasn't to blame after refusing to sign a new contract with Champions League winners Liverpool.
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Bruce says Melchiot is not for sale - 06 July 2005
Birmingham manager Steve Bruce has moved to fend off interest from Villareal by insisting that Dutch defender Mario Melchiot will stay at St Andrews.
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Nelsen set for new contract - 06 July 2005
New Zealand centre-back Ryan Nelsen is set to sign a new three-year contract at Blackburn after being granted a work permit for the new season.
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We want Gerrard to stay insists Liverpool boss - 05 July 2005
Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has made an impassioned plea to Steven Gerrard urging him to keep his side of the bargain amid reports that the striker may be on the verge of walking out of Anfield.
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Ferguson set to steer United into new era - 05 July 2005
Chief executive David Gill is convinced Sir Alex Ferguson can drive Manchester United back to the English Premiership summit now the club's ownership crisis has been resolved.
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The Real deal's rumour mill goes into overdrive - 05 July 2005
Spanish giants Real Madrid, without a trophy for the last two season, are desperate to return to winning ways.
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Chelsea desperately seeking striker - 05 July 2005
Chelsea are reported to be ready to make a 37 million pound (54.6 million euro) bid for Juventus striker David Trezeguet - paving the way for Hernan Crespo to stay at Milan.
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Mourinho plans future without Roman's riches - 05 July 2005
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, who has spent 100 million pounds on players in his first year in London, says he will not need Roman Abramovich's money in five years.
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Rooney not for sale at any price: report - 04 July 2005
Manchester United's England striker Wayne Rooney is not for sale at any price, club chief executive David Gill said, even though the Glazer family's Old Trafford buy-out has landed them 500 million pounds (740 million euros) in debt.
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Frenchman Aliadiere dreams of World Cup - 04 July 2005
Celtic's newest recruit Jeremie Aliadiere said his move to the Scottish giants could make his World Cup dream come true.
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Ferguson has job for years to come says Glazer - 04 July 2005
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has been told that his future at the club is secure for 'years to come' by Joel Glazer, the son of the club's new owner, the American tycoon Malcolm Glazer.
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Glazers tell Ferguson he can go out shopping - 01 July 2005
Manchester United's new owners have assured manager Alex Ferguson he will have the cash to make big transfer buys in the summer.
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Germany proves its readiness for World Cup - 01 July 2005
The Confederations Cup ended with a stunning Brazilian victory and Germany patted itself on the back for staging a relatively trouble-free dress rehearsal for the 2006 World Cup.
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Gung-ho Germany carry on attacking for World Cup - 01 July 2005
Germany do not have a reputation for playing attacking football over the years but Jurgen Klinsmann seems intent on winning the 2006 World Cup by outscoring opponents.
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Charlton reassured after Glazers meeting - 01 July 2005
Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton admitted that he was now reassured about the future of the club after meeting new owner Malcolm Glazer's sons.
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Adriano shines as Brazil rout Argentina - 30 June 2005
Brazil produced a masterful display against Argentina, trouncing their old foes 4-1 to win the Confederations Cup title.
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Man Utd fans clash with police - 30 June 2005
Manchester United fans clashed with police at the English Premiership side's Old Trafford ground after the sons of the club's new US owner visited the stadium for the first time since their family takeover.
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FIFA to market TV rights for 2010 World Cup itself - 30 June 2005
FIFA has decided to market its own rights for the television coverage in Europe of the 2010 World Cup which will take place in South Africa, FIFA president Sepp Blatter announced.
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Collina gets green light to continue - 30 June 2005
Top referee Pierluigi Collina will be allowed to carry on for another season, Italian football federation (FIGC) president Franco Carraro confirmed after a meeting of their federation council.
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Klinsmann to fight Hanke World Cup suspension - 30 June 2005
Germany manager Jurgen Klinsmann has vowed to consult football's governing bodies to prevent striker Mike Hanke from being suspended for the opening match of the 2006 World Cup.
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Revenge not on our minds say Brazil - 29 June 2005
Revenge over Argentina was not uppermost in the Brazil team's mind as they put the final touches to their preparations for Wednesday's Confederations Cup final.
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Glazer set for complete ownership of Man. United - 28 June 2005
US sports tycoon Malcolm Glazer has been guaranteed 100-percent ownership of Manchester United after his stake in the world's richest football club passed a key barrier, his takeover vehicle said.
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Brazil cannot be intimidated claims Parreira - 28 June 2005
Brazil and Argentina may have stumbled along the way but they eventually lived up to their star billing by making it through to Wednesday's Confederations Cup final.
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Beckenbauer vows to stop World Cup pitch invaders - 28 June 2005
The German organisers of the 2006 World Cup finals will find a way to stop pitch invaders disrupting play, organising committee chairman Franz Beckenbauer said.
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Bring on World Cup battle, roars Kahn - 28 June 2005
Bayern Munich custodian Oliver Kahn insists he is more than ready for the three-way battle to become Germany's number one goalkeeper for the 2006 World Cup.
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Klinsmann to select goalkeeper ahead of World Cup - 27 June 2005
Germany manager Jurgen Klinsmann revealed he would rotate his three goalkeepers up until a month before the 2006 World Cup, running from June 9 to July 9, and then make a decision.
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FIFA wants World Cup players to have medicals - 27 June 2005
FIFA said it wanted all teams in the 2006 World Cup to supply medical certificates in a bid to prevent a re-occurence of the death of Cameroon midfielder Marc-Vivien Foe exactly two years ago.
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Parreira hails 'World Cup intensity' match - 27 June 2005
Brazil coach Carlos Alberto Parreira was looking forward to an all-Latin American final in the Confederations Cup after his side beat Germany in a match he said was played at World Cup intensity.
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Liverpool to open title defence against Welsh - 24 June 2005
European champions Liverpool will open their title defence against Total Network Solutions (TNS) in the Champions League first qualifying round next month, following a draw at UEFA's headquarters.
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Tired Brazil look for final push against Germany - 24 June 2005
Germany and Brazil have won the World Cup eight times between them and the two great footballing nations lock horns in the semi-final of the Confederations Cup.
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Owen not on his way to United: Queiroz - 24 June 2005
Manchester United assistant manager Carlos Queiroz ruled out a move by the English Premiership side for Real Madrid pair Michael Owen and Iker Casillas.
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Monaco to keep UEFA curtain-raiser - 24 June 2005
Monaco will continue to stage UEFA's pre-season gala events and the UEFA Super Cup match for three years from 2006.
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Germany win group but Argentina spoil party - 22 June 2005
Hosts Germany go into the semi-finals of the Confederations Cup as Group A winners despite twice surrendering the lead in a 2-2 draw with Argentina here.
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Tunisia win match of pride against Australia - 22 June 2005
African champions Tunisia ensured they departed the Confederations Cup with one win after a 2-0 victory over Australia in both nations' final group game here.
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Bowyer rejected Birmingham mainly over safety fear - 22 June 2005
Birmingham co-owner David Sullivan said it was mainly Lee Bowyer's fears over his personal safety which finally led him to reject the chance to join the club.
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Tough task remains for Tunisia in World Cup race - 21 June 2005
Tunisia still have a tough task to qualify for the 2006 World Cup despite the goalless draw between their group rivals Morocco and Kenya this weekend, coach Roger Lemerre said.
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Argentina not thinking of semi-finals: Pekerman - 21 June 2005
Argentina coach Jose Pekerman insists his side are completely focused on trying to beat Germany in the Confederations Cup match here on Tuesday and not thinking about potential semi-final opponents.
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Last-chance Viduka 'desperate' for World Cup - 21 June 2005
Australia and Middlesbrough striker Mark Viduka said he was desperate to help his country qualify for their first World Cup finals in 22 years.
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Mexico's Borgetti gets Brazil on the backfoot - 20 June 2005
Mexico sealed a well-earned place in the Confederations Cup semi-finals after a 1-0 win over Brazil in an incident-packed Group B encounter in front of a sell-out crowd.
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Drogba keeps Ivory Coast on track for World Cup - 20 June 2005
Chelsea striker Didier Drogba scored twice as Ivory Coast beat Egypt 2-0 and edged closer to a first appearance at the World Cup.
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Redknapp forced to quit - 20 June 2005
Southampton midfielder Jamie Redknapp has been forced to quit playing at 32 due to a knee injury, his father and club manager Harry Redknapp has said.
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Brazil out to avenge '99 Mexico hold-up - 18 June 2005
The precocious flair of Robinho against the midfield mastery of Zinha is what's on offer when Brazil clash with Mexico in the Confederations Cup.
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Ghana trump SA to close on first World Cup - 18 June 2005
Ghana closed on a first appearance at the World Cup with a decisive 2-0 win over South Africa in an untidy qualifier.
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Young stars will help United bounce back - 18 June 2005
Sir Alex Ferguson is confident Manchester United will be back challenging for trophies again next season, with their young stars leading the way.
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Liverpool to hold contract talks with Gerrard - 17 June 2005
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard will hold talks with the European champions next week over a new contract aimed at keeping him at the club beyond his current two-year deal.
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Australia face in-form Argentina in Confed Cup - 17 June 2005
Having proved they are not just at the Confederations Cup to make up the numbers, Australia take on in-form Argentina in their second match of the tournament on Saturday.
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Chelsea, AC Milan in World Series of Football - 17 June 2005
English Premiership champions Chelsea and UEFA Champions League runner-up AC Milan will meet twice on US soil as part of the inaugural World Series of Football announced here.
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Liverpool's Japan tour cancelled - 17 June 2005
Liverpool's scheduled pre-season tour of Japan has been cancelled to allow them to contest the Champions League first qualifying round next month, according to Kashima Antlers officials.
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Brazil 'only halfway' to finding World Cup team - 16 June 2005
Brazil are only halfway to finding their true team for the 2006 World Cup and fringe players who prove themselves at the Confederations Cup could make the final cut, coach Carlos Alberto Parreira said.
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Newcastle set to sign Chelsea's Parker - 15 June 2005
Newcastle were expected to sign Scott Parker for 6.5 million pounds after the Chelsea midfielder completed a medical.
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Australia cannot wait to join Asia - 15 June 2005
Australia international captain Craig Moore is delighted his country have finally been given the go-ahead to join the Asian World Cup qualifying zone for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa
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007 helps Rangers get their man - 15 June 2005
Secret agent 007 turned football agent for a day to help Rangers win the race to sign former Marseille captain Brahim Hemdani.
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Arsenal star arrested on rape charges - 15 June 2005
Arsenal's Dutch striker Robin van Persie was arrested Monday night on rape charges, prosecutors said.
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Chipped ball a possibility for World Cup:Blatter - 14 June 2005
FIFA president Sepp Blatter revealed that the 2006 World Cup could see the introduction of electronic chips to determine once and for all whether the ball crosses the goal-line.
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Gerrard poised for Liverpool talks - 14 June 2005
Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard will hold talks with the European champions over a new contract aimed at keeping him at the club beyond his current two-year deal.
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Blatter orders Liverpool to report for Tokyo duty - 14 June 2005
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has told Liverpool they will not be allowed to pull out of the World Club Championship in Japan in December.
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Owen admits he may be forced out at Real - 14 June 2005
Michael Owen is ready to open talks with English Premiership clubs after discovering Real Madrid want to use the England striker in a player-plus-cash deal.
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Owen could be swapped for Man Utd's Ronaldo - 12 June 2005
Real Madrid's England striker Michael Owen could be involved in a swap deal for Manchester United's Portuguese winger Cristiano Ronaldo, Spain's sporting press reported.
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Pakistan, India to kick off first ever series - 12 June 2005
Pakistan and India prepared to kick off their first ever football series as sporting ties, frozen until two years ago, continue to expand.
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Liverpool to defend Champions League - 12 June 2005
Liverpool will be able to defend their Champions League trophy next season after European football's governing body UEFA changed their rules.
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Crespo's World Cup heaven is Brazil's hell - 10 June 2005
A Hernan Crespo double inspired Argentina to a 3-1 victory over arch-rivals Brazil and propelled the victors into the 2006 World Cup finals in the latest round of South American qualifiers.
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Mourinho loses appeal over 'cheat and cheat' fine - 10 June 2005
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho lost his appeal against a 5,000-pound fine imposed after he questioned the integrity of the referee who handled his side's League Cup semi-final first leg against Manchester United.
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Relieved Zico says Japan will cope at World Cup - 10 June 2005
Japan coach Zico spoke of his relief at qualifying for next year's football World Cup after enduring a barrage of criticism for his team selections and tactics.
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Ronaldo will be back for Brazil in W. Cup qualifie - 10 June 2005
Brazil coach Carlos Alberto Parreira said that Ronaldo will make his return to the national team in the World Cup qualifier against Chile in September.
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Man Utd tickets to rise 54 percent under Glazer - 10 June 2005
Manchester United ticket prices are to soar by 54 percent within five years under plans by new owner Malcom Glazer, according to a British newspaper.
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Crespo gives Argentina perfect World Cup shot - 09 June 2005
Argentinian striker Hernan Crespo had said beating Brazil was the perfect shot in the arm and here he played his full part as his two goals inspired Argentina to a 3-1 victory over their bitter rivals and guaranteed them a place in the 2006 World Cup finals.
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South Korea qualifies for World Cup - 09 June 2005
South Korea qualified for next year's World Cup finals in Germany by beating Kuwait 4-0 in the Friendship and Peace stadium.
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Explosion of joy as Iran qualify for World Cup - 09 June 2005
Iran beat Bahrain 1-0 to earn qualification for next year's World Cup sparking mass celebrations across the country.
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Saudi Arabia qualifies for World Cup - 09 June 2005
Saudi Arabia qualified for next year's World Cup finals in Germany by beating Uzbekistan 3-0.Inspirational Saudi captain Sami al-Jaber scored twice for the hosts, in the 9th and 60th minutes.
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United chairman resigns,Glazers appointed to board - 08 June 2005
Manchester United said non-executive chairman Roy Gardner and two non-executive directors had resigned from the board of the world's richest football club following a takeover by Malcolm Glazer.
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Panathinaikos sign veteran Brazilian midfielder - 08 June 2005
Greek footballing giants Panathinaikos confirmed that Brazilian international defensive-midfielder Flavio Conceicao will join the team on a three year contract.
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Panathinaikos sign veteran Brazilian midfielder - 08 June 2005
Greek footballing giants Panathinaikos confirmed that Brazilian international defensive-midfielder Flavio Conceicao will join the team on a three year contract.
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Vieri hit with two-match ban - 08 June 2005
Inter Milan's Christian Vieri was given a two-match ban by the Italian football league's disciplinary council for hitting Reggina's Ivan Franceschini in the face on the final day of the Serie A season.
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UEFA seek solution to Liverpool dilemma - 06 June 2005
UEFA how vowed to find a positive solution to benefit everyone in the controversy surrounding Liverpool's bid to defend the Champions League next season.
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Ecuador stun Argentina in World Cup qualifier - 06 June 2005
Argentina's unbeaten record in the South American World Cup qualifiers came to an abrupt end when they lost 2-0 away to Ecuador.
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Nigeria surrender World Cup lead after being held - 06 June 2005
Mighty Nigeria surrendered first place in a 2006 World Cup qualifying group to Angola after being held 1-1 at minnows Rwanda.
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English footballer Beckham eyeing Asian academies - 03 June 2005
David Beckham said he hopes to launch an Asian version of the David Beckham Academy by 2007, a sister facility of his first two football schools in London and Los Angeles.
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Mourinho unhappy with 'tapping-up' verdict - 03 June 2005
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is displeased with the verdict in the "tapping-up" row involving Arsenal full-back Ashley Cole which saw him, the player and the London club get slapped with hefty fines.
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Mourinho reveals summer transfer policy - 03 June 2005
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has reveleaed his transfer policy for this summer will be a three-in, three-out strategy.
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Pele to lead World Cup veterans to Thailand - 03 June 2005
Three-time Brazilian World Cup champion Pele will bring a squad of football all-stars to Thailand next month for a charity match to raise funds for tsunami victims, a Thai official said.
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O'Neill wants OZ to host 2018 World Cup - 03 June 2005
Australia will bid to host the 2007 FIFA Congress and use it as a launching pad for a future World Cup bid.
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It's Ice-Cole in London as Chelsea aim at Arsenal - 02 June 2005
Arsenal vice-chairman David Dein may believe the Premiership runners-up can return to a businesslike relationship with the team that deposed them as champions, Chelsea, but that is certainly not the line coming out of their London rivals.
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England's young ones display football to be feared - 02 June 2005
England's much-maligned tour of the United States proved a successful launch for a new generation of football talent which might threaten absent stars for 2006 World Cup spots.
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Redknapp keen on Wise move - 02 June 2005
Harry Redknapp has admitted he would love to bring Dennis Wise to St Mary's now that the former Millwall player-manager is available on a free transfer.
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Chelsea face Cole penalty - 01 June 2005
Champions Chelsea were to discover the penalty they will face for their alleged illegal approach for Arsenal left-back Ashley Cole.
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Owen's hat trick lifts England over Colombia - 01 June 2005
Michael Owen scored three goals to spark England past Colombia 3-2 in a football friendly here, giving the English their hat-trick since 2001 and a sweep of their two-game US tour.
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UEFA executive cool on Liverpool - 01 June 2005
A UEFA executive committee member believes it is too late to change the rules to allow Liverpool to defend their title in next season's Champions League.
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Hamann defied broken foot in Liverpool triumph - 01 June 2005
Germany midfielder Dietmar Hamann, one of Liverpool's Champions League heroes, has revealed he slotted home the first penalty in the shoot-out with a broken foot.
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Beckham, Owen plan long Madrid stays - 31 May 2005
England stars David Beckham and Michael Owen are planning for long stays with Real Madrid, although Beckham has said on the eve of his US debut that he might one day play for an American side.
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