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Valencia revival continues, as Real Madrid crash - 23 December 2004
Reigning Spanish champions Valencia extended their unbeaten run to six games as they beat fellow high-flyers Espanyol 3-0 while Sevilla won their first match at Real Madrid's Santiago Bernabeu stadium in 20 years on Wednesday.
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Barton facing punishment after cigar incident - 23 December 2004
Manchester City midfielder Joey Barton is set to face disciplinary action after he allegedly poked a burning cigar into the eye of a team-mate at the club's Christmas party.
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Cole ready for new Arsenal talks: agent - 23 December 2004
Arsenal defender Ashley Cole is ready to begin talks on a new contract with the English champions despite Real Madrid showing an interest in the England left-back, the player's agent said.
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FIFA make Spanish pay for racial abuse on England - 22 December 2004
The Spanish football federation has been hit with a 65,000 euro fine by world governing body FIFA on Tuesday to sanction the racist abuse suffered by England's black players in two recent friendly matches.
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Scotland ranking saddens Burns - 22 December 2004
Scotland assistant manager Tommy Burns spoke of his sadness at seeing the national team officially labelled worse than such international minnows as Burkina Faso.
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Bruce wants Savage to stay at Birmingham - 22 December 2004
Birmingham manager Steve Bruce insisted he was determined to keep Robbie Savage at St Andrews after the Wales midfielder confirmed Premiership rivals Blackburn Rovers had made a bid for him.
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Ronaldinho 2004 FIFA World Footballer of the Year - 21 December 2004
Brazil's Ronaldinho was named 2004 FIFA World Footballer of the Year to cap a fine 12 months for both club and country.
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Brazil top FIFA's world ranking others progressing - 21 December 2004
World champions Brazil have topped FIFA's world rankings for the third year running, football's world ruling body announced.
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Cantona in TV storm - 21 December 2004
Manchester United great Eric Cantona caused a furore on Sunday night when he used an obscenity in a live interview on television.
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Campbell wonder-strike rescues Gunners - 20 December 2004
Arsenal had Sol Campbell to thank after his thunderous 25-yard drive plundered three vital points for the visitors in a 1-0 win over Portsmouth at Fratton Park.
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Baros seals emphatic win over 10-man Newcastle - 20 December 2004
Milan Baros sealed Liverpool's first win in four Premiership games as Newcastle suffered a 3-1 defeat at Anfield after finishing the game with 10 men following Lee Bowyer's second-half dismissal.
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FIFA targets player burnout ahead of World Cup 06 - 20 December 2004
FIFA has targeted player burnout in the run-up to the World Cup in 2006, setting a May 14 cut off for all major competitions including domestic cup finals in the season preceding world football's showpiece.
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Germany overwhelm Japan 3-0 - 16 December 2004
World Cup heroes Miroslav Klose and Michael Ballack scored the goals as Germany overwhelmed Asian champions Japan 3-0 in the opener of their three-game Asian tour.
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English contingent ready for European crusade - 16 December 2004
English Premiership sides make up the strongest contintent with four clubs in Friday's Champions League draw for the first round of the knockout stage.
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Villa boss O'Leary signs contract extension - 16 December 2004
Aston Villa manager David O'Leary signed a three-and-a-half year contract extension which means his new deal runs till 2008.
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LuaLua spoils Liverpool's Christmas cheer - 15 December 2004
Portsmouth's Lomana LuaLua scored an injury time equaliser to earn a point against Liverpool in a 1-1 draw at Anfield which will hamper the home side's attempts to get in touch with the leading clubs during the Christmas programme.
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Fergie fuming as United blow catch-up chance - 15 December 2004
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson was left seething at his side's inability to cash in on the draw between English Premiership favourites Arsenal and Chelsea.
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Defence could cost us title warns Wenger - 14 December 2004
Arsene Wenger has admitted Arsenal will lose their Premier League title if they fail to shore up their creaking defence.
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Premiere secures German TV deal for 2006 World Cup - 14 December 2004
The German subscription TV channel Premiere said it would broadcast live all 64 matches of the 2006 World Cup to be hosted by Germany.
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Real Madrid's stadium evacuated after bomb scare - 13 December 2004
More than 70,000 people were evacuated from Real Madrid's Santiago Bernabeu stadium following a bomb scare, club sources confirmed.
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Bayern fightback gives Bundesliga title bid boost - 13 December 2004
Bayern Munich made sure they will restart the Bundesliga in January as league leaders after fighting back from two goals down to claim a point in a 2-2 draw with VfB Stuttgart on Saturday.
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Birmingham win gives Villa the blues - 13 December 2004
Birmingham City climbed away from the Premiership relegation zone with a 2-1 derby win against Aston Villa.
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Celtic regain top spot with Pars victory - 13 December 2004
Champions Celtic returned to the top of the Scottish Premier League table with a 2-0 away to Dunfermline at East End Park.
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No shock but relief as Figo steers Real to last 16 - 09 December 2004
Luis Figo scored twice as Real Madrid defeated a second-string Roma side 3-0 behind closed doors to clinch a place in the knockout phase of the Champions League.
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Redknapp appointed Southampton boss - 09 December 2004
Harry Redknapp was appointed manager of Premiership strugglers Southampton just two weeks after quitting their arch south-coast rivals Portsmouth.
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Young Gunners blast Rosenborg - 08 December 2004
Arsenal swept into the knockout stages of the Champions League at the top of group E after matching their biggest win in the tournament with a 5-1 demolition of Norwegian champions Rosenborg.
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Celtic exit Europe after Milan draw - 08 December 2004
Celtic crashed out of European competition for another season with a goalless draw at home to AC Milan leaving them bottom of Group F in the Champions League.
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O'Neill worried by widening Euro gap - 07 December 2004
Celtic manager Martin O'Neill has warned the Scottish champions' board they are falling even further behind Europe's leading teams in the Champions League.
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Chelsea fire out warning to Porto - 07 December 2004
Chelsea assistant manager Steve Clark fired out a warning to reigning champions Porto ahead of Tuesday's Champions League Group H clash, saying the London club would go all out for the win.
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Vieira backs young Gunners to survive crunch - 07 December 2004
Patrick Vieira, frustrated to miss Arsenal's crunch week through suspension, insists his Arsenal team-mates will meet their Premiership and Champions League challenge.
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Barca go clear as Real Madrid held at Villarreal - 06 December 2004
Barcelona stretched their lead over Real Madrid in the Spanish title chase this weekend as African Player of the Year Samuel Eto'o scored twice in a 4-0 win against Malaga.
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Juventus take hard line over fair play - 06 December 2004
Juventus coach Fabio Capello said his team will no longer kick the ball out of play when they have possession if an opponent is lying on the floor.
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Brazilian footballer scores winning goal & dies - 06 December 2004
Brazilian-born striker Cristiano de Lima Junior playing for a domestic Indian club died on the field after scoring the winning goal for his team, Indian football official Alberto Colaso said.
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Trophies will keep Gerrard at Liverpool: Parry - 06 December 2004
Winning trophies will ensure that England midfielder Steven Gerrard stays at Liverpool, according to the Premiership club's chief executive Rick Parry.
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Smith confirmed as new Scotland manager - 03 December 2004
Walter Smith slipped into the Scotland manager's chair and immediately insisted he had not abandoned all hope of guiding the ailing national squad to the World Cup in Germany in 2006.
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England to face Denmark in Copenhagen friendly - 03 December 2004
England have arranged a friendly away to Denmark on August 17 next year, the Football Association announced
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Germany recruit psychologist to aid World Cup bid - 03 December 2004
German football continues to venture into unchartered territory under coach Jurgen Klinsmann with the 2006 World Cup hosts confirming that they will use a sports psychologist for the first time in their history.
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Ferguson and Wenger still on bad terms - 02 December 2004
Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson celebrated achieving his latest sporting and psychological victory over Arsenal by driving another nail into his deteriorating relationship with Gunners' boss Arsene Wenger.
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I want to stay at United, says veteran Neville - 02 December 2004
England international Phil Neville insisted that he wants to stay at Manchester United despite being reduced to a season mainly spent on the bench.
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Beware the sleeping giant warns, Real's Zidane - 02 December 2004
Zinedine Zidane is convinced Real Madrid are about to hit top gear and make up for last season's trophyless campaign.
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Nominations for FIFA's player of 2004 - 30 November 2004
French striker Thierry Henry, Brazilian Ronaldinho and Andriy Shevchenko of Ukraine were nominated for FIFA's world player of the year award for 2004.
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Vieira vows Arsenal will fight back - 30 November 2004
Patrick Vieira has warned English Premiership rivals Chelsea that Arsenal will not abandon their crown without a fight.
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Chelsea and Man Utd hit top gear - 28 November 2004
Chelsea returned to form and extended their lead at the top of the English Premiership with an impressive 4-0 win at Charlton Athletic.
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Harry's reign cost 3m in agents fees - 28 November 2004
Portsmouth shelled out three million pounds (5.7m dollars) in agents' fees during Harry Redknapp's two-and-a-half year spell as coach at Fratton Park, club president Milan Mandaric claimed.
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Newcastle into UEFA Cup knockout - 26 November 2004
Newcastle recorded their first win over French opposition in UEFA competition with a convincing 4-0 victory over Sochaux to progress to the Cup knock-out phase.
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Racist taunts overshadow Lazio's draw - 26 November 2004
Racist taunting aimed at Partizan Belgrade's black players overshadowed the Serbian side's 2-2 UEFA Cup draw against Lazio.
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UEFA investigates racist abuse - 26 November 2004
European football's governing body UEFA opened an investigation after black players were racially abused during Real Madrid's Champion's League tie earlier this week against Bayer Leverkusen.
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TV sports chief to head English FA - 26 November 2004
A television sports head was named as the new chief executive of the embattled English Football Association.
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Nine-man Gunners get out of jail - 25 November 2004
A stunning equaliser from Thierry Henry and a desperate rearguard action allowed Arsenal to retain control of their Champions League destiny after holding on with nine men for a 1-1 draw with PSV Eindhoven.
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Fan slapped with fine, five-year ban - 25 November 2004
A British court slapped a 1,000-pound (1,880-dollar) fine and a five-year football ground ban on a fan for hurling monkey chants at Birmingham City striker Dwight Yorke.
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Real coach to resist the pressure to drop Beckham - 23 November 2004
Real Madrid coach Mariano Garcia Remon is resisting the pressure to drop David Beckham and the England captain looks set to start against Bayer Leverkusen in their Champions League group B match on Tuesday.
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Police launch Yorke investigation - 23 November 2004
Lancashire Police have opened a criminal investigation into allegations that Birmingham's Dwight Yorke suffered racial abuse during their 3-3 English Premiership draw away to Blackburn Rovers.
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Ferguson hungry ahead of game 1,000 - 23 November 2004
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson looked defiantly forwards rather than back ahead of his 1,000th game in charge of the club, saying he would see it as a failure not to win another Champions League title before retiring.
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Yorke sparks off more racist controversy - 22 November 2004
Dwight Yorke was the object of more racist controversy by saying he received monkey taunts during Birmingham's 3-3 Premiership draw with his former club Blackburn at Ewood Park.
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I'd back an England walk-out says FIFA boss - 22 November 2004
FIFA president Sepp Blatter says he would have supported England players if they had walked off in protest at the racist abuse directed at them in last week's game against Spain.
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Hands off United, Ferguson tells Glazer - 22 November 2004
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has waded into the takeover debate and stated that he does not want the club to be in the hands of an outside investor like American business tycoon Malcolm Glazer.
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Bergkamp the elder on display for one more year - 20 November 2004
Arjen Robben may be on the verge of claiming his crown as London's favourite Dutch Master but the threat of being usurped by a younger rival will not prevent Dennis Bergkamp from hanging around Highbury for another season.
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FA receives official apology after racist abuse - 20 November 2004
The racist abuse targeting England's black players has brought about an official apology from the Spanish football federation, its English counterpart -- the Football Association (FA) -- revealed.
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Baros injury blights Liverpool - 20 November 2004
Liverpool striker Milan Baros is set to spend at least three weeks on the sidelines after he sustained a hamstring injury while playing for the Czech Republic in a World Cup qualifier.
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Greece stay alive,Turkey roasted by Ukraine - 18 November 2004
European champions Greece stepped up to the plate for coach Otto Rehhagel as they grabbed the win they needed to stay alive in the 2006 World Cup qualifying campaign running out 3-1 winners over minnows Kazakhstan in their Group Two clash.
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Spain see off pale England - 18 November 2004
Spain could afford the luxury of a missed penalty as they made England look distinctly ordinary in a 1-0 international friendly settled by an early Asier del Horno goal at the Bernabeu stadium.
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British Minister condemns racist abuse - 18 November 2004
Britain's sports minister Richard Caborn has called on soccer chiefs to launch an inquiry into the racist abuse suffered by England's black players during the 1-0 defeat by Spain.
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Klinsmann tastes first home win - 18 November 2004
Jurgen Klinsmann enjoyed his first home win as German manager with his team defeating ten-man Cameroon 3-0 in a friendly match.
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Finland frozen out by maestro Miccoli - 18 November 2004
Fabrizio Miccoli's superbly-struck free-kick gave an experimental Italy team a 1-0 win over Finland in a competitive international friendly here in Sicily on Wednesday.
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Schwarzer clanger hands Norway draw - 17 November 2004
Australia manager Frank Farina pointed the finger of blame at his defence after conceding a soft equaliser in a 2-2 draw with Norway at Craven Cottage.
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Eriksson looks to playing striking trio - 17 November 2004
The attacking trio of Michael Owen, Wayne Rooney and Jermain Defoe is an option for England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson in their friendly international against Spain on Wednesday.
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New boots for Beckham's home from home - 17 November 2004
England skipper David Beckham will unveil his new PredatorPulse boots in Wednesday's home from home friendly between England and Spain at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium of his club Real Madrid.
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Beckham scotches rumours of early retirement - 16 November 2004
England captain David Beckham scotched rumours that he intends the 2006 World Cup to be his swansong in an England shirt, at a press conference.
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Owen wants Charlton's England scoring record - 16 November 2004
The legendary Bobby Charlton played his last international for England 34 years ago but, despite the efforts of many men since then, his record of 49 goals for his country still remains intact.
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Redknapp to remain manager say Pompey - 16 November 2004
Portsmouth have said Harry Redknapp will remain the club's manager although Velimir Zajec has been brought in as executive director.
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Chelsea clean sweep dream stays alive - 11 November 2004
Premiership leaders Chelsea kept their hopes of a domestic treble alive by advancing into the quarter-finals of the English League Cup with a 2-0 extra-time win away to top-flight rivals Newcastle.
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UEFA authorises use of artificial pitches - 11 November 2004
European football's governing body has authorised the use of artificial pitches for its competitions, UEFA's executive committee ruled.
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Spurs leave coach feeling Jol-ly - 10 November 2004
Spurs new manager Martin Jol got off to a winning start as they beat Championship side Burnley 3-0 in their League Cup fourth round clash.
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I depend on football, not drugs pleads Mutu - 10 November 2004
Former Chelsea striker Adrian Mutu, who has been suspended for seven months by the Football Association following a recent drugs scandal, turned his attention to fans in his native Romania.
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Robson named as West Brom manager - 10 November 2004
Former England captain Bryan Robson was officially unveiled as the new manager of West Bromwich Albion.
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Wenger charged by FA over post-United comments - 09 November 2004
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was charged with improper conduct by the Football Association following comments he made after the Gunners' defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford.
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S.American World Cup qualifiers to be overhauled - 09 November 2004
South American countries must have a different system of qualifying for the 2010 World Cup said FIFA president Sepp Blatter.
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West Brom size up Robson - 09 November 2004
English Premiership strugglers West Bromwich are expected to name former England captain Bryan Robson their new manager to succeed sacked Gary Megson this week.
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Arsenal stay second after draw - 07 November 2004
Aki Riihilahti scored a 65th-minute equalizer for Crystal Palace to prevent Arsenal from returning to the top of the Premiership after a 1-1 draw at Selhurst Park.
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Birmingham end drought to topple Liverpool - 07 November 2004
Darren Anderton finally ended Birmingham City's 470-minute goal drought to earn Steve Bruce's side a crucial victory that brought to an abrupt end Liverpool's unbeaten home record.
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Charlton hold on - 07 November 2004
Spurs first match in the post Jacques Santini era ended in defeat as they ended up 3-2 losers to Charlton Athletic for their fourth successive defeat in the Premiership
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Newcastle double stops Dynamo - 05 November 2004
Newcastle bounced back from last weekend's Premiership defeat to Bolton with a 2-0 UEFA Cup win over Dynamo Tbilisi.
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Burns appointed Scotland caretaker boss - 05 November 2004
Former Celtic manager Tommy Burns was appointed caretaker coach of Scotland following the resignation of Berti Vogts earlier this week.
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Benitez blend gets Liverpool mix right - 05 November 2004
Liverpool, without injured stars Steven Gerrard, Xabi Alonso and Djibril Cisse, proved in Spain they are blending into a winning team under Spanish manager Rafa Benitez.
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World cup stadiums on track - 04 November 2004
A FIFA delegation inspecting stadia construction for the 2006 World Cup is satisfied the work will be completed on time.
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Gunners misfire again - 03 November 2004
Arsenal's post-'Battle of Old Trafford' hangover continued here at Highbury as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Panathinaikos in the Champions League.
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Ronaldinho hands Milan historic defeat - 03 November 2004
Barcelona fans have been waiting since 1959 to see Milan defeated in their own Nou Camp stadium but Ronaldinho made their dreams come true by getting a stunning winner close to the final whistle
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Goodbye to the glory days - 03 November 2004
The record books say that Liverpool are England's most successful club in European competition, with four wins in the old European Cup during the 1970s and 1980s, but their present coach Rafa Benitez is also well aware that their glory days are long gone.
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No Vogts decicision likely until Thursday say SFA - 31 October 2004
Scottish football chiefs moved to quell reports saying national manager Berti Vogts was due to leave his job on Monday by insisting they expected no decision on the controversial German's future to be announced until Thursday at the earliest.
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Chelsea have destroyed me complains Mutu - 31 October 2004
Disgraced Romanian striker Adrian Mutu blasted Premiership side Chelsea for their haste in sacking him after testing positive for a banned substance.
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Mills hopes for England recall - 31 October 2004
Manchester City defender Danny Mills believes his form with Manchester City this season could put an end to his international exile.
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Hosts Germany to open 2006 World Cup - 28 October 2004
Hosts Germany will open the 2006 World Cup in Munich on June 9 it was confirmed following a FIFA meeting in Zurich.
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Trouble back on England's terraces - 27 October 2004
Ugly scenes of crowd violence returned to mar English football as Liverpool fans became incensed during their side's 3-0 win at Millwall's The Den.
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Van Nistelrooy pleads guilty to FA charge - 27 October 2004
Manchester United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy accepted a Football Association (FA) charge of serious foul play and apologised to Arsenal's Ashley Cole for the reckless challenge which has left the Dutchman facing a three-game ban.
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Aldridge applies for Wales job: report - 27 October 2004
Former Liverpool striker John Aldridge has applied to take over the vacant post of Wales manager, according to reports.
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Chelsea look to flying Dutchman - 27 October 2004
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes Dutch winger Arjen Robben is ready to replace shamed striker Adrian Mutu as Chelsea wait for the return to full fitness of Didier Drogba.
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Houllier tops list for Wales job - 23 October 2004
Former Liverpool manager Gerard Houllier heads a short-list of four candidates to take over as Wales manager, the Welsh Football Association said.
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Mutu claims cocaine was a sex pill - 23 October 2004
Adrian Mutu admits he took drugs but claims it was not cocaine but a drug to improve his sex life.
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Shearer spot kick spurs Newcastle to UEFA win - 23 October 2004
An Alan Shearer penalty three minutes from time earned Newcastle a hard fought 1-0 win over Panionios in this opening UEFA Cup Group D tie.
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Chelsea on cruise control - 21 October 2004
Chelsea's path to the knockout stages of the Champions League is virtually assured after chalking up a third straight victory in group H with a clinical 2-0 dismissal of CSKA Moscow.
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