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Redknapp insists sorry Saints can survive - 26 April 2005
Southampton manager Harry Redknapp believes his side can still escape relegation despite a crushing 4-1 defeat against his former club Portsmouth at Fratton Park.
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Mourinho wants title race to go on despite victory - 24 April 2005
Jose Mourinho has amazingly insisted he would rather not clinch the club's first title in 50 years on Monday, despite his side's 3-1 win over Fulham moving them to within one result of the Premiership crown.
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Real steal victory from under Villarreal's noses - 24 April 2005
Real Madrid left it late but came back from a goal down to notch up their fifth consecutive victory with a 2-1 win over Champions League contenders Villarreal.
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Barthez bows out after Nantes draw - 24 April 2005
Fabian Barthez' last appearance in goal for Marseille before heading into the Velodrome stadium wings to serve his spitting ban resulted in a stormy 2-2 draw away to Nantes.
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2006 World Cup tickets surface on black market - 24 April 2005
The organisers of the 2006 World Cup finals in Germany are furious after tickets found their way on to the black market just 48 hours after the first sales period ended.
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Chelsea's Cech keeps his cool as title beckons - 22 April 2005
As befits the last line of a defence that has conceded a mere 12 league goals so far this season, Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech was calmness itself ahead of the leaders' west London derby against Fulham at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
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United will recover vows Giggs - 22 April 2005
Ryan Giggs has insisted Chelsea's headlong rush to the Premier League title has not dented the self-belief of Manchester United's star-studded squad.
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Rio hopeful of new United deal in 'days' - 22 April 2005
Rio Ferdinand said he was hopeful of signing a new contract with Manchester United "in days rather than weeks" as he tried to quell the mounting speculation surrounding his Old Trafford future.
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Man Utd board to spurn latest Glazer offer - 22 April 2005
Manchester United's board of directors looks set to rebuff US tycoon Malcolm Glazer's latest takeover offer for the club, a report said.
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Arsenal hold Chelsea as Blues edge closer to title - 21 April 2005
Champions Arsenal held their replacements-in-waiting Chelsea to an entertaining scoreless draw at Stamford Bridge.
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Liverpool stay in race for Champions League places - 21 April 2005
Javier Luis Garcia ensured Liverpool stayed in contention for Champions League football next season with an emphatic header just before half time in a 2-1 win over Portsmouth at Fratton Park night.
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Spurs held by strugglers West Brom - 21 April 2005
Premiership strugglers West Bromwich Albion frustrated UEFA Cup hopefuls Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane with a battling second-half display to earn a deserved 1-1 draw.
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2006 Champions League final at Stade de France - 20 April 2005
The 2006 European Champions League final will be held at the Stade de France, UEFA, European football's governing body said.
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Cole 'tapping-up' hearing set for May - 20 April 2005
The hearing into allegations that Ashley Cole, the Arsenal and England left-back, was 'tapped-up' by league leaders Chelsea will take place on May 17 and 18 the Premier League said.
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Blackburn's Todd charged with violent conduct - 20 April 2005
Blackburn Rovers captain Andy Todd was charged with violent conduct by the Football Association after appearing to elbow Dutch striker Robin van Persie during last weekend's 3-0 FA Cup semi-final defeat against Arsenal.
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Ferdinand in Old Trafford money show - 20 April 2005
Rio Ferdinand's agent has told Manchester United to prove they want to keep the England international by offering him a deal worthy of "the best central defender in the world".
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Fergie gunning for Arsenal ahead of FA Cup final - 18 April 2005
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson wants to get one over arch-rivals Arsenal even before the English giants meet for next month's FA Cup final here at the Millennium Stadium.
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Benitez upbeat despite Spurs draw - 17 April 2005
Rafael Benitez remained positive despite seeing his Liverpool side draw 2-2 against Tottenham here at Anfield, a result that damaged their hopes of finishing fourth in the Premiership and qualifying for next season's Champions League.
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Redknapp fears the worst after Villa revival - 17 April 2005
Harry Redknapp admitted that Southampton's hopes of Premiership survival was hanging by a thread after Aston Villa produced an incredible comeback to win 3-2 here at St Mary's Stadium.
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Class wins out as Arsenal reach FA Cup final - 17 April 2005
Arsenal advanced into their fourth FA Cup final in the last five years with a 3-0 victory over Premiership rivals Blackburn Rovers at the Millennium Stadium.
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Sporting end Newcastle's UEFA Cup dream - 15 April 2005
Newcastle limped out of the UEFA Cup, crashing 4-1 at Sporting Lisbon in this quarter-final second leg to leave the FA Cup as their only prospect of salvation after a traumatic season.
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Liverpool confident of ending Chelsea run - 15 April 2005
Rafael Benitez is confident Liverpool can end a run of three defeats this season when they tackle Chelsea in the Champions League semi-finals.
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Chelsea players earn top nominations - 15 April 2005
High-flying Chelsea have dominated the nominations for the Professional Footballers' Association Players' Player of the Year award with captain John Terry, midfielder Frank Lampard and goalkeeper Petr Cech all on the short-list.
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Mourinho lines up summer spending - 15 April 2005
Chelsea, who spent 210 million pounds of Roman Abramovich's money in his first year as owner, plan to plunder the Russian oil billionaire's bank account again in the summer with bids for Steven Gerrard and Shaun Wright-Phillips.
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Inter face UEFA trial - 13 April 2005
European football's governing body UEFA will meet to decide what action to take against Inter Milan after their Champions League quarter-final was abandoned after 73 minutes when AC Milan keeper Nelson Dida was struck by a flare.
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Furious Mourinho flees Chelsea match - 13 April 2005
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho stormed out of the Olympic Stadium less than ten minutes into Chelsea's 3-2 Champions League quarter-final defeat by Bayern Munich claiming his privacy was being invaded.
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Terry injury blow for Chelsea - 13 April 2005
Chelsea captain John Terry was to have X-rays on a thigh injury after hobbling off after the Champions League quarter-final win over Bayern Munich.
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Chelsea aim to make Bayern pay the penalty - 12 April 2005
Premiership leaders Chelsea have never won the European Cup but they have the chance to take another giant stride towards that goal when they face four-time winners Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-final at the Olympic Stadium.
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Fergie blames Arsenal for FA Cup Cardiff trip - 12 April 2005
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson blames Arsenal for leaning on the Football Association to get Cardiff chosen as the venue for this weekend's FA Cup semi-finals.
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English teams struggle 'away from the island' - 12 April 2005
Bayern Munich captain Oliver Kahn claims English opposition always struggle against the 18-time German champions and is confident the club can overturn a 4-2 first leg deficit when they face Chelsea
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World Cup rioters face trial - 12 April 2005
Fifty people are to go on trial for rioting after Mali's World Cup qualifier against Togo last month.
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Vaughan boosts Everton's Champions League bid - 10 April 2005
Everton recorded an emphatic 4-0 win over struggling Crystal Palace at Goodison Park, capped by a goal for James Vaughan that wrote the 16-year-old into the record books as the Premiership's youngest goalscorer.
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Celtic break Hearts for final spot - 10 April 2005
Celtic broke Hearts in the Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden, their 2-1 win earning the Glasgow giants a date in the May 28 final against Dundee United.
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Mourinho the merrier in title countdown - 10 April 2005
Jose Mourinho said he was feeling fantastic after Chelsea closed in on their first top flight title in fifty years after a 1-1 draw at home to Birmingham City.
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Wenger angry with fixture switch - 10 April 2005
Arsene Wenger was in fiery mood after a 1-0 win over Middlesbrough here at the Riverside that saw his Arsenal side score their 100th goal of the season.
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Shearer eases Newcastle misery - 08 April 2005
Captain Alan Shearer scored the only goal as Newcastle, still reeling from the weekend punch-up between teammates Lee Bowyer and Kieron Dyer, beat Sporting Lisbon 1-0 in the first leg of their UEFA Cup quarter-final clash.
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Battle for Premiership survival hotting up - 08 April 2005
Chelsea may have virtually wrapped up the English Premiership title with a massive 13 point lead but down at the bottom there is a desperate battle for survival taking place.
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Mourinho message mystery shrouds Stamford Bridge - 08 April 2005
Chelsea refused to dismiss rumours their manager Jose Mourinho cheated his touchline ban by contacting his assistants during their Champions League win over Bayern Munich.
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Vieira unhappy with Cardiff semis - 08 April 2005
Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira has criticised the decision to stage both this season's FA Cup semi-finals at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium saying the final itself could suffer from an absence of "passion" because of the decision to play all three games at the same venue.
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Lampard puts Chelsea in sight of semi-finals - 07 April 2005
Chelsea showed they can perform even without their talismanic manager Jose Mourinho as Bayern Munich were defeated 4-2 in the Champions League quarter-final first leg at Stamford Bridge.
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Sony signs huge sponsorship deal for World Cup - 07 April 2005
The electronics and entertainment giant Sony and world football's governing body FIFA announced one of the biggest sponsorship deals in sporting history, opening a giant global showcase for the Japanese group's stuttering electronics business.
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Stomach bug has Ronaldinho in doubt - 07 April 2005
Barcelona's Brazilian maestro Ronaldinho could miss out on Sunday's top-of-the-table clash with Real Madrid striker at the Bernabeu with a stomach bug which forced him to miss training.
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Keane fined over tunnel tantrum - 07 April 2005
Tottenham's Robbie Keane was fined 10,000 pounds (15,000 euros) for his tunnel outburst against Birmingham last weekend.
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Heysel casts shadow over Liverpool and Juve clash - 05 April 2005
Liverpool and Juventus clash in the Champions League quarter-final, the first time the two sides have met since the 1985 European Cup final which remains a deep scar in football history.
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Savage wants Toshack to make first move - 05 April 2005
Robbie Savage will not reverse his decision to retire from international football unless Wales manager Josh Toshack asks him to rejoin the squad, the Blackburn midfielder said.
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Bowyer and Dyer banned by FA over brawl - 05 April 2005
Newcastle pair Lee Bowyer and Kieron Dyer were both banned by the Football Assocciation (FA) for violent conduct after their brawl during Saturday's 3-0 defeat to Aston Villa at St James' Park.
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Mourinho set to miss Bayern game - 05 April 2005
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho will not even be at Stamford Bridge for the Premier League leaders Champions League quarter-final first leg tie against Bayern Munich, his assistant Baltemar Brito told a news conference.
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Real keep up title pressure after Barca draw - 04 April 2005
Giovanni van Bronckhorst saved Barcelona's blushes by grabbing a late equaliser five minutes into injury time to give the Spanish first division leaders a 3-3 draw with ten-man Real Betis.
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Celtic determined to bag Bellamy - 04 April 2005
Celtic are desperate to keep on-loan Wales striker Craig Bellamy at Celtic Park permanently, the Scottish champions' chief executive Peter Lawwell said.
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Fighting duo did not apologise properly: Robson - 04 April 2005
Former England manager Bobby Robson said he thinks that Newcastle's brawling duo Lee Bowyer and Kieron Dyer failed to apologise properly for their behaviour at St James' Park.
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Ferguson concedes title to Chelsea - 03 April 2005
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson said his side could forget about winning the Premier League title this season after their goalless draw against Blackburn Rovers at Old Trafford.
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We're sorry, say Newcastle pair who fought - 03 April 2005
An extraordinary fight between Newcastle team-mates Kieron Dyer and Lee Bowyer set the seal on the north-east club's comprehensive 3-0 defeat by Aston Villa here at St. James' Park.
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Wenger convinced Cole will stay at Arsenal - 03 April 2005
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is convinced Ashley Cole will stay at the club and extend his contract despite the attempts of London rivals Chelsea to prise the England full-back away from Highbury.
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Sunderland in sight of Premiership - 03 April 2005
Heavyweights Sunderland took another huge step towards a return to the Premiership when they moved five points clear at the top of the Championship with a 3-1 against QPR.
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Shearer postpones retirement plans - 01 April 2005
Former England skipper Alan Shearer has cancelled plans to retire and will play on for Newcastle next season, reports said.
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Chelsea fined and Mourinho banned by UEFA - 01 April 2005
Chelsea were fined 50,000 euros and their manager Jose Mourinho banned for two games by UEFA here for accusing referee Anders Frisk of improper conduct in the Champions League clash with Barcelona.
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Beckham defends Owen after Alberto attack - 01 April 2005
England captain David Beckham has called for Michael Owen to be shown "more respect" after the striker was on the receiving end of a bitter verbal attack by Azerbiajan boss Carlos Alberto.
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Pennant released from prison - 01 April 2005
Arsenal winger Jermaine Pennant has been released from prison after serving 31 days of a three-month sentence for drink driving offences.
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England labour to World Cup win over minnows - 31 March 2005
Steven Gerrard and David Beckham struck as England remained on course to qualify for next summer's World Cup finals with a 2-0 victory over Azerbaijan at St James' Park.
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Croats and Czechs turn up World Cup pressure - 31 March 2005
Croatia and the Czech Republic boosted their dreams of making the 2006 World Cup finals with convincing wins as another busy night of qualifiers got underway in Europe.
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Ukraine eye first World Cup finals - 31 March 2005
Ukraine shrugged off the absence of injured star striker Andrei Shevchenko to beat Denmark 1-0 and take another huge step towards their first ever World Cup finals.
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Stalemate adds to Spain's World Cup woe - 31 March 2005
Spain's stuttering World Cup campaign suffered another hiccup when they were held to a 0-0 draw by Group Seven rivals Serbia-Montenegro.
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Rooney completes journey from fan to hero - 30 March 2005
Wayne Rooney was once a 12-year-old football fan who wanted to be Michael Owen. But, just seven years on, he will be with Michael Owen as the pair look to continue their flourishing England strike partnership
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England unchanged for Azerbaijan - 30 March 2005
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson named an unchanged side to face Azerbaijan in Wednesday's European zone Group Six World Cup qualifying match here at St James' Park and stressed he was happy for David Beckham to continue as captain.
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No rest for Chelsea promises Ferguson - 30 March 2005
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson insisted his team had not given up hope of catching runaway Premiership leaders Chelsea after being honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2005 HMV Football Extravaganza dinner in London.
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Scolari unfazed by Mourinho interest in his job - 30 March 2005
Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari said he thought it was natural that Chelsea's Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho would like to one day take the post which he now occupies.
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I've nothing left to prove to Madrid says Owen - 29 March 2005
England striker Michael Owen said that he has nothing left to prove to his Real Madrid teammates.
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Carlos Alberto impressed by England - 29 March 2005
Azerbaijan boss Carlos Alberto said he believes England are the best team in Europe and are ready to win the World Cup next year.
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Beckham and Gerrard return to England training - 29 March 2005
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson looks set to name an unchanged line-up for Wednesday's World Cup qualifier against Azerbaijan after David Beckham and Steven Gerrard shook off injury worries and trained with the squad on Monday.
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Argentina stay ahead of Brazil in qualifiers - 29 March 2005
Argentina stayed top of the South American zone World Cup qualifiers at the weekend when they rallied from a goal down to defeat Bolivia 2-1 at altitude in La Paz.
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Gerrard rubbishes Chelsea move rumours - 26 March 2005
Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard said he is fed up hearing that he is about to leave Merseyside for Chelsea, and has insisted he is committed to Rafael Benitez's side.
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England hand Cole licence to thrill - 26 March 2005
England's 50th international under the guidance of Sven-Goran Eriksson is shaping up as a milestone in more than just the numerical sense.
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Giggs set to carry on with Wales - 26 March 2005
Wales skipper Ryan Giggs has vowed to continue in international football despite seeing seven players call time on their careers with the country following the departure of Mark Hughes as the national side's boss.
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Beckham hints at Real exit - 24 March 2005
David Beckham has dropped the strongest hint yet that he could be forced to quit Real Madrid because of paparazzi harassment of his children in the Spanish capital.
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Beckham issues word of caution to Rooney - 24 March 2005
David Beckham has issued a warning to Wayne Rooney about the need to be prudent in his activities off the pitch as police probe an alleged nightclub assault by the Manchester United teenager.
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Becks backing Cole to seize England chance - 24 March 2005
David Beckham believes Joe Cole is ready to force his way into England's World Cup plans.
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Best calls for Ireland united - 24 March 2005
Northern Ireland great George Best has called for a unified national team.
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Beckenbauer missed UEFA boat says Platini - 24 March 2005
France legend Michel Platini has spiced up the race for the 2006 UEFA presidency claiming his main rival, West Germany's 1974 World Cup winner Franz Beckenbauer, would have been better going for the post a decade ago.
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Eriksson talks up Heskey as England lose Johnson - 23 March 2005
Crystal Palace striker Andrew Johnson has been ruled out of England's World Cup qualifier against Northern Ireland on Saturday.
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Eriksson: 4-week break could mean World Cup gold - 23 March 2005
Sven-Goran Eriksson believes the four-week break he has demanded for his squad before next year's World Cup could make the difference between England coming home as flops or heroes.
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Show goes on despite UEFA action against Chelsea - 23 March 2005
Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho said his focus on his job has not been hurt by UEFA's decision to open disciplinary proceedings against him and the London-based club on charges of bringing the game into disrepute.
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Unknown striker tipped to trouble England - 23 March 2005
Northern Ireland have recalled Warren Feeney for Saturday's World Cup qualifier against England on Saturday and the unknown striker has been tipped to trouble England's big-name defenders at Old Trafford.
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Manchester United sees interim profits slump - 22 March 2005
Manchester United, the world's richest football club, posted a 54-percent slump in half-year profits to 12.4 million pounds (17.9 million euros, 23.6 million dollars), citing lower revenues from television deals and European football matches.
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UEFA take action against Chelsea - 22 March 2005
European football's governing body UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Chelsea and the club's manager Jose Mourinho on charges of bringing the game into disrepute.
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Eriksson defends England's US tour - 22 March 2005
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson defended his plans for a post-season tour to the United States after the two-match trip was criticised by both Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsenal counterpart Arsene Wenger.
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Madrid victory cuts Barcelona lead - 21 March 2005
Real Madrid made up some ground on Barcelona in the Spanish title race with a 1-0 victory over Malaga thanks to a second-half goal by Roberto Carlos.
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Victory comes at a cost for Liverpool - 21 March 2005
Rafael Benitez was left counting the cost of Liverpool's 2-1 victory over Everton with potentially costly injuries to Dietmar Hamann, Fernando Morientes and Luis Garcia marring this bruising Anfield encounter.
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Rio rubbishes Chelsea chatter - 21 March 2005
Manchester United's Rio Ferdinand has blasted talk of a move to English Premiership leaders Chelsea, and admitted for the first time he was partly to blame for the controversial drugs affair which threatened to tarnish his career.
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Heskey back in England fold - 21 March 2005
Sven-Goran Eriksson recalled Birmingham City striker Emile Heskey to the England squad for their forthcoming 2006 World Cup qualifiers.
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Blunder hands City victory in Birmingham derby - 21 March 2005
Birmingham City beat local rivals Aston Villa 2-0 in the English Premiership at St Andrews, with an error by Villa goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen again gifting City their opener.
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Barbosa helps end Boro's UEFA Cup ambitions - 18 March 2005
Middlesbrough payed the price for a poor first leg display after they exited the UEFA Cup before the quarter finals stage after a 1-0 second leg defeat to Sporting Lisbon.
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Controversial FA Cup semi-final kick-offs set - 18 March 2005
Arsenal's FA Cup semi-final against Blackburn has been scheduled for 1115 GMT on Saturday, April 16 and the second semi, between Manchester United and Newcastle, will start at 1300 GMT the following day, the Football Association announced.
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Ronaldo headed for the top says Fergie - 18 March 2005
Manchester United's Portugal winger Cristiano Ronaldo is already among the ten best footballers in the world and with more experience will become the world's top player, his manager Sir Alex Ferguson said.
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Shearer double gives Olympiakos a Dyer night - 17 March 2005
A double from Newcastle captain Alan Shearer inspired his side to a 4-0 humbling of Greek outfit Olympiakos and handed them a place in the UEFA Cup quarter-finals with a 7-1 final aggregate score.
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Bellamy fires up Celtic in Rangers chase - 17 March 2005
Celtic moved back to within a point of Scottish Premier League leaders Rangers with a game in hand after a 2-0 win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
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France call-up for injured Henry,Pires still out - 17 March 2005
Injured striker Thierry Henry was named in the France squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Switzerland and Israel, on March 26 and 30, but there was no place for Arsenal team-mate Robert Pires.
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Ref row escalates as UEFA schedules talks - 17 March 2005
The row triggered by top referee Anders Frisk's retirement from football escalated as UEFA scheduled emergency talks on Chelsea's role in the Swedish official's decision to quit the game.
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Chelsea close in on championship crown - 16 March 2005
Chelsea extended their lead at the top of the English Premiership to 11 points with a 1-0 win over relegation battlers West Bromwich Albion at Stamford Bridge here.
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Eriksson sympathises with refs ahead of N.Ireland - 16 March 2005
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson said managers had a "responsibility" to maintain a decent relationship with referees.
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Germany prepares to open its arms for World Cup - 16 March 2005
With more than 14 months to go before the whistle blows for the opening match of the 2006 football World Cup, the German tourism industry is licking its lips in anticipation of a bumper crop of visitors.
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