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Northern Ireland eager to face Beckham - 21 October 2004
Northern Ireland hope David Beckham is given the all-clear to face them in their next World Cup qualifier even if it means the England skipper dealing another blow to their battered pride.
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Nordic TV goes ahead for 2006 world cup - 20 October 2004
Infront Sports & Media has reached an exclusive agreement with a group of leading Nordic broadcasters for a substantial package of rights to FIFA’s top events, including the 2006 FIFA World Cup.
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Chelsea's Mutu in cocaine scandal - 19 October 2004
Chelsea striker Adrian Mutu could face a lengthy ban and the sack by his English Premiership club after testing positive for cocaine, it was reported.
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Man United's Keane and Ferdinand miss Prague trip - 19 October 2004
Manchester United have lost Roy Keane and Rio Ferdinand for their Champions League match away to Sparta Prague.
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Man United's Keane and Ferdinand miss Prague trip - 19 October 2004
Manchester United have lost Roy Keane and Rio Ferdinand for their Champions League match away to Sparta Prague.
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Volunteers wanted for 2006 - 19 October 2004
A million or so overseas visitors are expected in Germany from all over the globe for the FIFA World Cup™ in the summer of 2006.
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FIFA wants affordable World cup - 19 October 2004
Fifa delegate visiting South Africa, Jamie Byrom said last week the Fifa organising committee was formulating initiatives that will make the 2010 World Cup affordable to local South Africans.
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Battling Charlton keep unbeaten home record - 18 October 2004
Charlton came from a goal down to draw 1-1 with Newcastle at The Valley and maintain their unbeaten home record this season.
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Arsenal look towards titanic clash with MU - 18 October 2004
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger warned an ugly fracas must be avoided when his all-conquering side travel to Old Trafford next Sunday for a mouth-watering Premiership clash against bitter rivals Manchester United.
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Beckham free to carry on as England skipper - 14 October 2004
David Beckham's future as England captain is assured after the Football Association (FA) made it clear there would be no action taken against him over his admission that he had deliberately fouled an opponent to get a convenient yellow card.
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Owen makes his point to Real - 14 October 2004
Michael Owen will report back to Real Madrid this week in high spirits after Sven-Goran Eriksson hailed his winner against Azerbaijan as vindication of his faith in the striker who is struggling to make his mark in the Spanish capital.
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Henry finally adds to meagre goal tally for France - 14 October 2004
Thierry Henry finally added to his recent meagre goal tally for France in a 2-0 victory over Cyprus in a match where the home side could easily have upstaged their rivals in this World Cup qualifier.
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Spain struggle to draw in Lithuania - 14 October 2004
Spain's stuttering World Cup form continued here on Wednesday when they were held to a 0-0 draw by Lithuania in a Group Seven qualifier which left them in third spot in the table.
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Yellow card row leaves Beckham facing red card - 13 October 2004
David Beckham is set to be hauled over the coals by English football authorities over his admission that he deliberately fouled an opponent to earn himself a convenient booking in last week's World Cup qualifier against Wales.
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Beckham accused of "bringing England into disreput - 13 October 2004
England's 1966 World Cup hero Geoff Hurst has accused David Beckham of tarnishing the country's reputation for fair play by admitting that he deliberately fouled an opponent to earn a convenient yellow card in last week's World Cup qualifier against Wales.
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Hargreaves keen to step out of shadows - 12 October 2004
Owen Hargreaves faces an anxious wait to discover whether he will earn a rare England start in Azerbaijan, confident he is ready to finally grasp his opportunity in Sven-Goran Eriksson's line-up.
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Six die in World Cup tragedies - 12 October 2004
African football was mourning the deaths of six people after two World Cup qualifiers ended in tragedy and controversy at the weekend.
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Senegal and SA lead in race for World cup places - 11 October 2004
Senegal and South Africa achieved significant away victories in pursuit of places at the 2006 World Cup in Germany.
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World Cup qualification race stays tight in Africa - 11 October 2004
The race to claim the five World Cup finals berths from Africa is no clearer after this weekend's qualifying matches, but Mexico and Trinidad and Tobago closed in on the final group stage in the CONCACAF region Sunday.
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Glazer could bid for Manchester United this week - 10 October 2004
US sports tycoon Malcolm Glazer could launch a takeover bid for English football giants Manchester United this week after securing financing and making contact with the club's largest shareholders, newspapers here reported.
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France held by spirited Ireland - 10 October 2004
Former world and European champions France were held to a goalless draw by a spirited Ireland side in a tense World Cup qualifier.
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Beckham applies killer touch - 10 October 2004
David Beckham celebrated his return to Old Trafford with one of his finest goals in an England shirt as Sven-Goran Eriksson's side imperiously brushed Wales aside with a composed 2-0 win
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England count on Rooney to dampen Welsh fire - 08 October 2004
Sven-Goran Eriksson has sent England sides out to face opposition of higher quality.
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Owen and Henry under World Cup pressure - 08 October 2004
European heavyweights England and France resume their World Cup qualifying campaign on Saturday with serious concerns over the goal-scoring potency of two of the world's deadliest hitmen.
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Ferdinand ready for England return - 08 October 2004
Rio Ferdinand returns to the international stage older, wiser and hugely grateful to the people who helped him get through his eight-month ban for missing a doping test.
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Neville confident of keeping tabs on Giggs - 07 October 2004
If practice really does make perfect, Gary Neville should have no problem keeping tabs on Manchester United team-mate Ryan Giggs when England take on Wales in their World Cup qualifier on Saturday.
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Injury-hit France fear Ireland's green army - 07 October 2004
France are fearful of drowning under a tide of green support at the Stade de France in Saturday's World Cup qualifier against Ireland.
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Spanish coach in Henry race row - 07 October 2004
Spain's national coach Luis Aragones could be in trouble for referring to Arsenal's French striker Thierry Henry as a 'nigger'.
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Tough UEFA draw for top seeds Lazio - 05 October 2004
Top seeds Lazio of Italy drew last year's semi-finalists Villarreal, English Premiership side Middlesbrough and the experienced Partizan Belgrade in the UEFA Cup draw.
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Owen vows to silence critics - 05 October 2004
Michael Owen has vowed to silence the critics calling for him to be axed by England after a troubled start to his career with Real Madrid.
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Six new faces in injury-hit Aussie squad - 05 October 2004
Australia added six new members to a revised 20-man squad for its two Confederations Cup qualifiers against the Solomon Islands after injuries sidelined five key players.
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Wenger's men ready for heat of battle - 28 September 2004
Arsenal fear the defence of their Premiership crown is being threatened by intimidating tactics by opponents but manager Arsene Wenger believes his players will no longer over-react.
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Liverpool get go ahead for new ground - 28 September 2004
English Premiership giants Liverpool got the green light from Britain's Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott to build a new 60,000-seater stadium.
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Santini kicks up storm over referee - 26 September 2004
Tottenham Hotspur manager Jacques Santini accused referee Peter Walton of entering the Manchester United dressing-room at half-time and "smiling with their players and smiling with their staff" during Spurs' 1-0 defeat at White Hart Lane.
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Beckham gives Real a lift up to the top - 22 September 2004
Underfire England captain David Beckham lifted some of the misery hanging over Spanish giants Real Madrid here as a spectacular freekick saw them to a 1-0 victory over Osasuna and to the top of the table.
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UEFA come down hard on Roma for violence - 21 September 2004
UEFA's disciplinary body hit Italian Serie A club Roma with stern punishment for the violent incident that forced last week's Champions League match against Dynamo Kiev to be abandoned.
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Gerrard hands England injury blow - 21 September 2004
England will be without Steven Gerrard for two 2006 World Cup qualifiers next month after Liverpool confirmed the midfielder broke a metatarsal bone in his foot during the 2-1 Premiership defeat by Manchester United.
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Football legend Clough dies of stomach cancer - 21 September 2004
Legendary manager Brian Clough, who led unfashionable Nottingham Forest to two European Cup titles, has died of stomach cancer aged 69.
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Santini's men earn their Spurs - 20 September 2004
Chelsea failed to make any ground on Premiership leaders Arsenal after they were held 0-0 by Spurs at Stamford Bridge here.
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Pekerman named as new Argentina coach - 17 September 2004
Jose Pekerman is to be the new coach of Argentina, the country's football association (AFA) president Julio Grondona announced.
Pekerman, 55, takes over from Marcelo Bielsa who resigned on Tuesday.
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Saints deny Hoddle report - 17 September 2004
Southampton dismissed reports that former boss Glenn Hoddle is set to return to the club.
It has been claimed that Hoddle is being lined up as Saints head coach because Steve Wigley does not have the necessary coaching qualification.
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Ferguson hoping to avoid indigestion in France - 15 September 2004
Lyon's preparations to face Manchester United this week have included pulling out all the stops to secure a table for Alex Ferguson at the city's most celebrated restaurant.
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Chelsea are the best in Europe - 14 September 2004
Vahid Halilhodzic described the task facing his Paris Saint Germain side at home to Chelsea in the Champions League on Tuesday by saying: "They are perhaps the best team in Europe at the moment."
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United rocked by Neville injury - 14 September 2004
Manchester United's mediocre start to the season suffered another blow when it was revealed experienced England defender Gary Neville would be out for four weeks.
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Vogts's job is safe, say Scots - 10 September 2004
Scotland coach Berti Vogts was told his job is safe despite his team being booed off Hampden Park after the 0-0 World Cup qualifying draw against Slovenia.
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Defoe expands England strike options - 10 September 2004
England made unnecessarily hard work of securing four points from their first two World Cup qualifiers.
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Wales not out of it: Hughes - 10 September 2004
Wales' World Cup qualifying hopes are still very much alive despite the disappointing 2-2 draw against Northern Ireland, manager Mark Hughes insists.
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Argentina top South American zone after win - 06 September 2004
Newly-crowned Olympic champions Argentina moved to the top of the South American zone qualifier for the 2006 World Cup finals by comfortably defeating Peru 3-1.
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Majestic Brazil closing in on World Cup finals - 06 September 2004
Reigning champions Brazil turned on the style to beat outclassed Bolivia 3-1 here to stay firmly on course for the 2006 World Cup finals.
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Bueno reignites Uruguayan World Cup hopes - 06 September 2004
A second-half goal from Carlos Bueno gave Uruguay a 1-0 win over Ecuador to breathe new life into their World Cup qualifying campaign.
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Two Japanese Serie A players to miss WC qualifier - 06 September 2004
Japan coach Zico has dropped two Italy-based players from his squad travelling to India for the World Cup qualifying match in Calcutta on Wednesday.
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Refreshed Beckham relishing final shot - 03 September 2004
David Beckham has admitted that the 2006 World Cup is likely to be his last chance of winning a major tournament with England.
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Refreshed Beckham relishing final shot - 03 September 2004
David Beckham has admitted that the 2006 World Cup is likely to be his last chance of winning a major tournament with England.
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Eriksson keeps the faith with Beckham and co. - 03 September 2004
The twin shocks of a disappointing quarter-final exit from Euro 2004 and a subsequent attempt by his employers to oust him from his job have not shaken Sven-Goran Eriksson's faith in his own judgement.
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Ferguson on tenterhooks as WCup qualifiers comence - 03 September 2004
The Europe zone World Cup qualifiers will kick off in earnest, but not for Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson who will be on tenterhooks as a number of his stars take to the international stage.
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Gerrard set to miss England World Cup opener - 03 September 2004
Steven Gerrard is set to miss out on England's opening World Cup qualifier against Austria on Saturday after failing to shake off a groin injury he suffered in training earlier this week.
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Southampton rule out lead role for Woodward - 03 September 2004
Southampton chairman Rupert Lowe has insisted that former England rugby coach Sir Clive Woodward would not be given a leading role to play as coach or manager.
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Barthez out of French World Cup qualifiers - 01 September 2004
A right foot injury has forced France's talismanic goalkeeper Fabien Barthez to pull out of their two World Cup qualifiers with Israel and the Faroe Islands
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Eriksson shrugs off sack fears - 01 September 2004
Sven-Goran Eriksson has shrugged off suggestions his job could be on the line if England fail to make a convincing start to their World Cup qualifying campaign
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Butt ruled out for England World Cup qualifier - 01 September 2004
Nicky Butt has been ruled out of England's World Cup qualifier in Austria on Saturday with a hamstring injury and is doubtful for next Wednesday's trip to Poland.
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Newcastle sack Robson - 31 August 2004
Newcastle United sacked their manager, Sir Bobby Robson, effectively ending the career of one of the most respected and best-loved figures in English football
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France's WC coach Jacquet criticises retirements - 31 August 2004
France's 1998 World Cup winning coach Aime Jacquet criticised the international retirements of key players after Euro 2004, saying they should have given a helping hand to new coach Raymond Domenech.
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In-form Defoe gets England call-up - 30 August 2004
England coach Sven-Goran Erikkson has rewarded Tottenham's young striker Jermaine Defoe for his bright start to the season with a place in the England squad for next month''s World Cup qualifiers.
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Rooney slams sticky Toffees - 29 August 2004
Everton striker Wayne Rooney has slammed his club's handling of the transfer request that is likely to see him in a Manchester United shirt before Tuesday afternoon.
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Robson defends decision to leave out Shearer - 29 August 2004
Newcastle manager Bobby Robson stoutly defended his decision to leave out Alan Shearer from their 4-2 Premiership defeat at Aston Villa and insisted he had merely been rested and not dropped.
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Everton reject Newcastle bid for Rooney - 24 August 2004
Newcastle have had a 20 million pound (36 million dollars) bid for England striker Wayne Rooney turned down by Everton.
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United States to meet Brazil in women's final - 24 August 2004
The United States are just one match away from farewelling their ageing football heroines with an Olympic gold medal after scoring a dramatic semi-final win over world champions Germany.
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Fantastic Gunners surge to new record - 23 August 2004
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger claimed to be a relieved man after watching his side sensationally come back from behind to beat Middlesbrough and equal the top-flight record for most games unbeaten
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England striker Rooney starts running again - 23 August 2004
England striker Wayne Rooney, who scored four goals at Euro 2004 before injuring a foot, has been given the go-ahead to start running again, Premiership club Everton said.
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Dyer says sorry to Robson - 20 August 2004
Newcastle midfielder Kieron Dyer apologised for his refusal to play where manager Bobby Robson wanted him to in last Saturday's 2-2 English Premiership draw with Middlesbrough.
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Revived Beckham gets England back on track - 20 August 2004
David Beckham produced an inspirational captain's performance as England swept Ukraine aside with a 3-0 friendly victory that will send Sven-Goran Eriksson's squad into their World Cup qualifying campaign in high spirits.

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Eriksson recalls Butt and Smith to England line-up - 18 August 2004
Newcastle midfielder Nicky Butt and Manchester United striker Alan Smith have both been handed international recalls for England's friendly against Ukraine here on Wednesday.
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Owen tips Eriksson to lead England to WC glory - 18 August 2004
Michael Owen has dismissed mounting criticism of Sven-Goran Eriksson's management of England and backed the Swede to ensure his squad challenges for glory at the 2006 World Cup.
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Owen given Real appetite - 14 August 2004
England striker Michael Owen was handed the number 11 shirt for his new club by none other than Real Madrid legend Alfredo Di Stefano after being officially unveiled to the press at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium.
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McClaren moves into pole to be next England boss - 14 August 2004
Middlesbrough boss Steve McClaren moved into pole position to be the next manager of England when he was confirmed as Sven-Goran Eriksson's part-time assistant for the 2006 World Cup qualifying campaign
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Owen-less Liverpool dominate AK Graz - 11 August 2004
Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard gave new manager Rafael Benitez an early taste of their European potential scoring twice in a 2-0 win over AK Graz in the third qualifying round of the Champions League.
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Mystery deepens on Owen's Liverpool future - 10 August 2004
The current uncertainty surrounding Michael Owen's future at Liverpool took another twist when new manager Rafael Benitez refused to confirm him in the squad to face AK Graz of Austria.
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English Premiership striker jailed - 09 August 2004
An English Premiership footballer was jailed for six years after being found guilty of killing a man when his high-speed sports coupe ploughed into another car at high speed.
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The FA are out to destroy Eriksson - 09 August 2004
The former Football Association secretary whose relationship with England coach Sven Goran-Eriksson nearly cost him his job has called on the Swede to quit his job because his employers "want to destroy him".
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Rooney likely to miss World Cup games - 07 August 2004
Teenage striker Wayne Rooney looks certain to lose his battle to be fit in time for England's opening two World Cup qualifiers next month.
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Eriksson cleared but under pressure - 07 August 2004
Sven-Goran Eriksson may have been cleared in the sex scandal that has rocked the Football Association (FA), but the media warned the knives will quickly be out for the Swede should England falter in their 2006 World Cup qualifiers.
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Arsenal will lose 40 % of team if Vieira goes - 05 August 2004
Chelsea's midfielder Claude Makelele believes Arsenal will lose "40 percent of the team" if French international team-mate Patrick Vieira is sold to Real Madrid.
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Arsenal and Real Madrid agree Vieira sale: report - 04 August 2004
Arsenal have agreed to sell French international midfielder Patrick Vieira to Spanish giants Real Madrid for 35 million euros (42 million dollars), reports said.
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Scholes quits international football - 04 August 2004
Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes added to England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson's problems by announcing his retirement from international football.
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ODDSET Official Suppliers of 2006 FIFA World Cup™ - 03 August 2004
The German Lotto and Toto group along with sports betting branch ODDSET are the latest Official Suppliers of the 2006 FIFA World Cup™.
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Britain gripped by "Svengate" - 03 August 2004
Britain was gripped by a complex tale of sex, sport and intrigue which has cost the job of its national football association chief and threatens the future of England team coach Sven-Goran Eriksson.
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McClaren dodges Eriksson England link - 03 August 2004
Sven- Goran Eriksson's right-hand man Steve McClaren insists he will not be drawn into the controversy surrounding the future of the under-fire England coach.
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United & Liverpool confident over Champions League - 03 August 2004
Former winners Manchester United and Liverpool are convinced they have the ammunition to fire their way into money-spinning stages of the Champions League when they face unheralded opponents in the qualifying round next week.
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Eriksson boosted by resignation of FA chief - 02 August 2004
England football manager Sven-Goran Eriksson, reeling after revelations of his affair with an English Football Association secretary, emerged strengthened after the resignation of FA chief executive Mark Palios, the press reported.
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Man Utd will not pay 30 million pounds for Rooney - 02 August 2004
Manchester United refuse to pay 30 million pounds (55 million dollars) for English football's hottest property Wayne Rooney, the club's chief executive has said.
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Robson seeks talks with Newcastle chairman - 02 August 2004
Newcastle manager Bobby Robson said that he would be looking for talks with chairman Freddy Shepherd after being told he will not be offered a contract extension beyond the end of the upcoming Premiership season.
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Football authorities betrayed Eriksson - 01 August 2004
England's Football Association (FA) betrayed Sven Goran Eriksson by offering a newspaper details of his affair with a secretary on the condition the paper stayed silent about the same woman's fling with the FA's chief executive, a report said.

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Eriksson confident of surviving Svengate - 29 July 2004
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson is confident he will survive the controversy over his alleged cover-up of an affair with an FA secretary.
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English soccer chiefs call Eriksson summit - 28 July 2004
Embarrassed Football Association officials have called on England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson to defend himself against mounting calls for his resignation over his affair with an FA secretary.
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Eriksson & his boss had affair with same secretary - 26 July 2004
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson had a sexual relationship with a female secretary at the Football Association (FA), his employers confirmed after initially denying the affair.
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I'm still number one says Keane - 26 July 2004
Manchester United's veteran captain Roy Keane believes that he is still more than a match for any midfielder in the English Premiership despite recent injuries.
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Scolari in no rush to return to Brazil - 26 July 2004
Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari said he was in no rush to return to his native Brazil, which he led to the 2002 World Cup title.
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Beckham on target as Real squash minnows - 23 July 2004
England star David Beckham was on target as Real Madrid rolled over third division minnows Chiclana 11-0 in their opening pre-season tune-up in the southern city of Jerez
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England-Austria WC qualifier sells out in 8 hours - 23 July 2004
The Austrian soccer federation sold out the 42,000 tickets available for its World Cup qualifying game against England within eight hours
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Old Trafford to host bulk of England WC qualifiers - 23 July 2004
England will play four out of their five home World Cup qualifiers at Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium.
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