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FC Porto crash out of Champions League - 16 March 2005
Portuguese side FC Porto became the first Champions League holders to fail to make the quarter-finals as they were beaten 3-1 by Inter Milan in their first knockout round second leg match.
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Roy Keane recalled to Ireland squad - 16 March 2005
Roy Keane was recalled to the Republic of Ireland squad by manager Brian Kerr when he named his 23-man squad for the World Cup qualifier away to Israel in Tel Aviv on March 26 and the home friendly with China three days later.
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United & Arsenal apart in FA Cup semi-final draw - 15 March 2005
Holders Manchester United and arch-rivals Arsenal were kept apart when the draw for the semi-finals of the FA Cup was made.
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Terry honoured by Moore link, Robson warns Chelsea - 15 March 2005
Chelsea captain John Terry said he was flattered by comparisons between himself and England 1966 World Cup-winning skipper Bobby Moore.
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Blatter shocked at verbal assaults on referees - 15 March 2005
World football boss Sepp Blatter said he was shocked at the recent spate of verbal attacks on referees.
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Beckham launches football academy - 15 March 2005
England captain David Beckham launched his own football academy in London but stressed it was about children enjoying themselves and not just about producing future stars.
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Kluivert fires Newcastle into FA Cup semi-finals - 13 March 2005
Patrick Kluivert was the scourge of his Dutch compatriot Martin Jol with the winner as Newcastle edged out their Premiership rivals Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 to book a place in the FA Cup semi-finals.
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FA Cup salvation for Euro flops Arsenal and United - 13 March 2005
Arsenal and Manchester United put their Champions League misery behind them with the consolation prize of making the semi-finals of the FA Cup.
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Pearce takes over at Manchester City - 12 March 2005
Former England left-back Stuart Pearce has been installed as Manchester City manager until the end of the current season following the shock departure of Kevin Keegan.
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Vieira and Henry totally committed to Arsenal - 12 March 2005
Patrick Vieira and Thierry Henry are totally committed to Arsenal, manager Arsene Wenger said, as he shrugged off reports that both French stars would leave unless the squad is strengthened.
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England travels to US for two May friendlies - 12 March 2005
England will play two international friendlies in the United States in May.
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Terry breaks Catalan hearts as Chelsea into last 8 - 09 March 2005
John Terry headed Chelsea into the last eight of the Champions League with the crucial goal in an epic 4-2 victory over Barcelona.
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Crespo on target again as United crash out - 09 March 2005
Manchester United were knocked out of the Champions League here after losing 1-0 to AC Milan in front of a 69,000 sell-out San Siro crowd.
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FIFA back German soccer chiefs - 09 March 2005
World soccer's governing body FIFA threw their full support behind the German football association (DFB) over the current refereeing scandal which has cast a shadow over the runup to the 2006 World Cup in Germany.
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Liverpool end US cash talks - 09 March 2005
Liverpool said they'd ended discussions with American-based L4 Group about the possibility of a cash injection but said they were seeking funds from elsewhere.
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Mourinho blasts UEFA ahead of Barca clash - 08 March 2005
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho insisted he had not asked for Italian referee Pierluigi Collina to take charge of his side's vital Champions League match against Barcelona.
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Robben out of Barcelona match - 08 March 2005
Netherlands winger Arjen Robben is out of Chelsea's Champions League match against Barcelona, Blues boss Jose Mourinho revealed
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Eriksson won't feel complete until England win - 08 March 2005
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson has said he won't feel his time in charge of the national side is complete until he has won something.
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I'm fit and raring to go says Zidane - 08 March 2005
Real Madrid's French midfielder Zinedine Zidane said that he has recovered from a left leg muscle strain and was raring to go in Wednesday's Champions League first knockout round second leg match at Italian side Juventus.
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Ronaldo back in business - 07 March 2005
Ronaldo earned himself a pat on the back from coach Wanderley Luxemburgo after the Brazilian World Cup winner spectacularly ended his two-month goal drought for Real Madrid.
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Baggies off the bottom with defeat of Birmingham - 07 March 2005
West Bromwich Albion moved off the bottom of the English Premiership table with a 2-0 win over local rivals Birmingham City here at the Hawthorns.
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Celtic close gap on Rangers with Hibs win - 07 March 2005
Champions Celtic closed the gap on leaders Rangers with a 3-1 Scottish Premier League win away to Hibernian here at Easter Road.
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Bayern tested us all for cocaine admits Scholl - 07 March 2005
Former German international Mehmet Scholl has revealed that 18-time German champions Bayern Munich ordered all of their players to take drug tests for cocaine following the Christoph Daum scandal in 2001.
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Wright-Phillips injury blow for England and City - 04 March 2005
Shaun Wright-Phillips is out of England's World Cup double-header with Northern Ireland and Azerbaijan later this month after being forced to have knee surgery.
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Henry slams Aragones fine - 04 March 2005
Thierry Henry has told world soccer governing body FIFA to step in and increase the severity of Spain coach Luis Aragones's punishment for racism.
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UEFA hit Chelsea with double charge - 04 March 2005
European football's governing body UEFA confirmed that English Premiership leaders Chelsea are facing a double disciplinary charge following their controversial Champions League clash against Barcelona in the Nou Camp stadium last week.
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Eriksson gets World Cup boost with FA Cup final - 04 March 2005
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson has won his battle to secure a four-week gap before next year's World Cup finals after it was announced the FA Cup final will be held on Saturday, May 13, 2006 in the first match at the new Wembley Stadium.

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Owen and Carlos find perfect response for Real - 03 March 2005
Michael Owen hit his ninth goal of the season while Roberto Carlos hammered a perfect response to the Spanish terrace racists as Real Madrid beat Real Betis 3-1 to reignite their title dream.
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Spurs into FA Cup qter-final - 03 March 2005
Tottenham Hotspur secured the last remaining quarter-final place in this season's FA Cup with a 3-0 fifth round replay win away to Championship strugglers Nottingham Forest at the City Ground.
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Mourinho escapes FA punishment - 03 March 2005
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho will not face any Football Association charge over his gesture that saw him sent from the dug-out in Sunday's League Cup final win against Liverpool.
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Almunia finally delivers for Gunners - 02 March 2005
Arsene Wenger's faith in Manuel Almunia was finally vindicated as the Spanish goalkeeper's penalty shoot-out heroics sent Arsenal into the FA Cup quarter-finals at the expense of Sheffield United.
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Carroll delays decision on United contract - 02 March 2005
Manchester United goalkeeper Roy Carroll is holding off making a decision on whether to prolong his stay at Old Trafford until the end of the season.
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Blatter believes racism will be kicked into touch - 02 March 2005
Racism will be a thing of the past for football by the time the 2005-06 season begins claimed FIFA president Sepp Blatter.
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Spanish coach fined over Henry slur - 02 March 2005
The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) handed national team coach Luis Aragones a 3,000 euro (3,500 dollar) fine for making racist comments about Thierry Henry of France and Arsenal.
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Man Utd star Keane in court on assault charge - 01 March 2005
Manchester United and Ireland football star Roy Keane grabbed a teenage boy round the neck, swore at him and swung a punch towards his face before stopping his fist at the last minute, a British court heard.
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Less than saintly Prutton hit by double FA charge - 01 March 2005
Southampton's England Under-21 midfielder David Prutton faces a long ban after being charged with two counts of improper conduct by The Football Association (FA).
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Quiet please! Mourinho receives support of peers - 01 March 2005
Colourful Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho received the full support of the League Managers' Association (LMA) following his sending-off during his side's 3-2 victory over Liverpool in the League Cup final.
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Gunners firepower blunted as Henry is ruled out - 01 March 2005
Premiership champions Arsenal suffered a serious blow on the eve of their fifth round FA Cup replay with Championship outfit Sheffield United with the news that leading striker Thierry Henry had been ruled out with an Achilles injury.
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Dyer back in Toon with Newcastle fans - 01 March 2005
Graeme Souness believes Kieron Dyer has succeeded in his battle to win back Newcastle supporters following his winner in the 2-1 Premiership victory over Bolton Wanderers.
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Chelsea pay first dividend for Abramovich - 28 February 2005
A week of turmoil ended in triumph for Chelsea as they came from behind to beat Liverpool and win the League Cup, their first silverware under the management of Jose Mourinho.
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Rooney to the rescue for United as Gunners stumble - 28 February 2005
Sir Alex Ferguson hailed Wayne Rooney as "absolutely magnificent" after the teenager kept Manchester United's bid to catch Chelsea at the top of the Premiership on track with a superb double strike against Portsmouth.
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Mourinho confirms Rijkaard entered referee's room - 28 February 2005
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has confirmed for the first time that he witnessed Barcelona coach Frank Rijkaard enter referee Anders Frisk's dressing room during half-time in their fiery Champions League match in midweek.
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Rooney double keeps Man Utd title hopes alive - 27 February 2005
A Wayne Rooney goal nine minutes from time kept Manchester United's pursuit of Premiership leaders Chelsea on track despite being given a scare by plucky Portsmouth.
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Rampant Everton march on - 27 February 2005
Leon Osman netted two goals as Everton strengthened their hopes of qualifying for next season's Champions League with a comprehensive 3-1 win over Aston Villa at Villa Park.
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Johnson returns to haunt Birmingham - 27 February 2005
A brace of penalties from striker Andy Johnson fired Crystal Palace to a 2-0 win over his old club Birmingham that lifted the Londoners four points clear of the relegation zone.
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United looking to kick Chelsea when they are down - 25 February 2005
Manchester United will be on a double mission in Saturday's Premiership clash with Portsmouth at Old Trafford.
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Newcastle and Boro rescue English pride - 25 February 2005
Newcastle United and Middlesbrough stormed to the rescue of England's battered football reputation by reaching the last 16 of the UEFA Cup.
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United haven't given up on title race: Rooney - 25 February 2005
England striker Wayne Rooney insists that Manchester United have not given up on the Premiership title race and has warned leaders Chelsea that the Old Trafford side will fight until the bitter end.
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Aussie chief rules out London for World Cup qual. - 25 February 2005
Australia's football boss John O'Neill has squashed any prospect of the Socceroos playing their "home" World Cup final qualifying leg later this year in London.
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Goalkeeping curse returns to haunt United - 24 February 2005
Manchester United's hopes of reclaiming the Champions League trophy were dealt a crushing blow after a blunder by goalkeeper Roy Carroll gifted AC Milan a 1-0 victory at Old Trafford.
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Thousands of United fans in anti-Glazer protest - 24 February 2005
Thousands of Manchester United supporters vented their fury at Malcolm Glazer's attempts to take over the club just before kick-off of the Champions League clash against AC Milan.
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Bergkamp red card appeal fails - 24 February 2005
Dennis Bergkamp has failed in an appeal against the red card he received during Saturday's FA Cup fifth-round tie against Sheffield United.
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Arsenal defensive flaws exposed by ruthless Bayern - 23 February 2005
English Premiership champions Arsenal have a mountain to climb to reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League after German powerhouse Bayern Munich triumphed 3-1 in the first leg of the last sixteen encounter here.
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Late goal mars perfect night for Liverpool - 23 February 2005
Liverpool's stop-start season clicked back into gear after a 3-1 win over Bayer Leverkusen left them firmly on course for a place in the last eight of the Champions League.
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Rooney excited by Milan test - 23 February 2005
Wayne Rooney has said the lure of playing in Champions League matches such as Wednesday's Old Trafford clash against AC Milan was a key factor in his controversial 27 million pounds move from Everton to Manchester United.
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Arsenal gear up to breach Munich fortress - 22 February 2005
With the English Premiership title seemingly out of reach Arsenal turn their attention to the Champions League hoping to gain the upper hand over German leaders Bayern Munich in the first leg of the last sixteen duel at the Olympic Stadium.
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Gerrard backs stand-ins to keep Reds dream alive - 22 February 2005
Steven Gerrard will be sorely missed when Liverpool begin their bid to claim a place in the Champions League quarter-finals against German side Bayer Leverkusen.
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DFB seek maximum punishment for ref Hoyzer - 22 February 2005
The German Football Federation (DFB) confirmed they are seeking the highest possible punishment for tainted referee Robert Hoyzer claiming his actions have caused irreparable damage.
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Magpies would have been relegated if Robson had st - 21 February 2005
Newcastle would have been relegated from the Premiership if Sir Bobby Robson had stayed in charge claimed the club's deputy chairman Douglas Hall.
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33 arrests after Everton v Manchester United game - 21 February 2005
Five police officers were injured and 33 arrests were made after groups of supporters clashed following the Everton versus Manchester United FA Cup tie.
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Cruz of a lifetime arrives for Beckhams - 21 February 2005
England football captain David Beckham and his former pop star wife Victoria have had a third son it was announced.
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Ronaldo overshadows Rooney's return - 20 February 2005
Wayne Rooney's return to Everton produced the predicted hostile reception but for once the Manchester United star was overshadowed by team-mate Ronaldo who made the first and scored the second to book his side's place in the FA Cup quarter-finals.
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Bees sting Saints in Cup - 20 February 2005
League One side Brentford came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Premiership outfit Southampton in the fifth round of the FA Cup.
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Bowyer goes from saint to sinner in Newcastle win - 18 February 2005
Controversial midfielder Lee Bowyer grabbed a UEFA Cup winner for Newcastle but then got sent-off in his team's third round, first-leg 2-1 win here.
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Chelsea suit themselves for League Cup final - 18 February 2005
Chelsea are set to break with tradition after the Blues' manager Jose Mourinho reportedly decreed players will not wear specially-made suits for next week's League Cup final against Liverpool.
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Barthez faces rap after Casablanca spitting - 18 February 2005
Marseille's volatile keeper Fabien Barthez could face a lengthy suspension after spitting at a referee during an ill-tempered friendly in Morocco.
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Everton look to end 10-year-old United itch - 18 February 2005
Everton may have beaten Manchester United in the FA Cup final 10 years ago but the memory of that match is unlikely to count for much when the teams meet in the fifth round of this season's competition at Goodison Park on Saturday.
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Man.United named richest football club for 8th yr - 17 February 2005
Manchester United, battling a 790 million-pound takeover bid by US tycoon Malcolm Glazer, has retained its position as the world's wealthiest football club, a survey showed.
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Keane hits out at divers - 17 February 2005
Manchester United skipper Roy Keane has hit out at 'diving' in the Premiership and insists it's a problem which is getting worse.
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Police quiz top Croatian coach over match-fixing - 17 February 2005
Miroslav Blazevic, who coached Croatia to finish third in the 1998 World Cup, was quizzed by police over allegations he made about match-fixing.
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Injury blow for Newcastle - 17 February 2005
Newcastle have been dealt a double injury blow on the eve of their UEFA Cup third-round, first-leg clash with Heerenveen in the Netherlands.
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Eto'o retains African Footballer of the Year title - 16 February 2005
Cameroon striker Samuel Eto'o was named African Footballer of the Year for the second consecutive time.
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Fixed German match to be replayed - 16 February 2005
One of the games at the centre of the German match-fixing scandal is to be replayed, the German Football Federation (DFB) announced.
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Foreign legionnaires mark out Arsenal future - 16 February 2005
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has defended his decision to field an entire squad without an English player in their 5-1 win against Crystal Palace.
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Wenger's foreign legion inflict Palace massacre - 15 February 2005
Arsenal celebrated fielding their first ever all-foreign squad by thrashing relegation-threatened Crystal Palace 5-1.
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Gudjohnsen arrested on drink-drive charge - 15 February 2005
Chelsea's Eidur Gudjohnsen has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving, it was confirmed.
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Rooney rejects indiscipline charge - 15 February 2005
England striker Wayne Rooney insisted he did not have a suspect temperament ahead of his emotionally-charged return to Goodison Park this weekend for Saturday's FA Cup clash between Everton and Manchester United.
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United hopeful of Ruud return - 15 February 2005
Ruud van Nistelrooy is set to return for Manchester United in Saturday's FA Cup tie away to Everton provided he gets through training unscathed this week.
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Supersub Owen helps save Real Madrid streak - 14 February 2005
Michael Owen came off the bench to inspire Real Madrid to a 2-1 win at Osasuna, the Spanish giants' seventh successive win.
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Rooney helps maintain United title challenge - 14 February 2005
The chase may appear a forlorn one, but Manchester United maintained their dogged pursuit of Chelsea with a 2-0 victory over near neighbours Manchester City courtesy of a Wayne Rooney opener and a Richard Dunne own goal.
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Henry declares everlasting love for Arsenal - 14 February 2005
France's 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000 winning striker Thierry Henry said he would like to remain with English Premiership champions Arsenal for the rest of his career.
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Ronaldo nearing new deal at Man Utd - 14 February 2005
Manchester United winger Cristiano Ronaldo is close to agreeing a new contract with the Premiership giants after quickly establishing himself as a potent attacking force.
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Beckham thanks loyal fans - 11 February 2005
England skipper David Beckham has publicly thanked fans for keeping faith in his talents despite his recent lacklustre performances.
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Bellamy opens new chapter in controversial career - 11 February 2005
Craig Bellamy is expected to make his debut for Celtic on Sunday as they aim to maintain their three point lead at the top of the Scottish Premier League.
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German stars to net 250,000 euros for WCup win - 11 February 2005
The German Football Federation (DFB) have promised Jurgen Klinsmann's players a 250,000 euro bonus if they can win the 2006 World Cup on home soil, according to a report in Kicker magazine.
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Cameroon confident of World Cup campaign - 11 February 2005
New Cameroon coach Artur Jorge believes his side can win their remaining five qualifying matches to reach the 2006 World Cup finals in Germany.
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Agony for Wright-Phillips as Dutch hold England - 10 February 2005
Shaun Wright-Phillips's first international start turned into a nightmare as England were held to a goalless draw by an inexperienced Holland side at Villa Park.
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Chipperfield goal rescues Australia in SA - 10 February 2005
A superb Scott Chipperfield goal earned Australia a 1-1 draw with South Africa in a lively friendly.
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Crespo brilliance denies Germany at the death - 10 February 2005
Germany's miserable run against top nations continues as Argentina twice came from behind to net a 2-2 draw in their friendly at the LTU Arena.
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Bellamy back with a bang - 10 February 2005
John Toshack's first major decision as the new coach of Wales - picking Craig Bellamy - proved spot on when the controversial striker scored both goals in Wales' 2-0 friendly win against Hungary.
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N.Korea impress Japan media after World Cup clash - 10 February 2005
North Korea's footballers earned praise from Japan's media in Tokyo following their battling 2006 World Cup defeat, with press saying the team had proved stronger than expected.
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Cole not at 'tap-up' meeting - 09 February 2005
The row over whether Chelsea had made an illegal approach for Arsenal's Ashley Cole took a new twist with a report that he was not at the meeting where he was allegedly'tapped-up'
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Wright-Phillips is right man for England - 09 February 2005
Shaun Wright-Phillips' eagerly-awaited first start for England will be on the right wing, where he has thrived for Manchester City this season, Sven-Goran Eriksson confirmed.
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France captain Vieira shocked by PSG fans - 09 February 2005
France captain Patrick Vieira, preparing for Wednesday's home friendly international against Sweden, said he was shocked by the racist behaviour of Paris Saint Germain fans at the weekend.
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Johnson to avoid England's one-cap wonder fate - 09 February 2005
When it comes to proving people wrong, Andy Johnson has form.
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Wright-Phillips in no rush to dislodge Beckham - 08 February 2005
Shaun Wright-Phillips has told David Beckham he is not eyeing up his England position after admitting he still sees the Real Madrid midfielder as a role model ahead of England's friendly against Holland in Birmingham.
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England captain Beckham given the all clear - 08 February 2005
Shoulder injury victim David Beckham came through England's first training session for Wednesday's friendly against Holland to give manager Sven-Goran Eriksson a lift.
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Euro giants catch winter chill - 08 February 2005
Mighty Juventus and Barcelona crashed to shock defeats to blow the Italian and Spanish league title races wide open while Paris Saint Germain were sent hurtling closer to the drop zone in France.
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N.Korea determined to win WCup matches and tickets - 08 February 2005
North Korea coach Yun Jong-Su declared his highly disciplined team were determined to win every match in Asia's last-eight qualifying round and return to the World Cup finals after a break of 40 years.
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Austria goes ahead with EURO 08 stadium renovation - 08 February 2005
The southern Austrian city of Klagenfurt will go ahead with plans to renovate its football stadium to host the 2008 European Championship, the mayor said, despite details of the tender process having been leaked to the press.
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