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Everton braced for Rooney sale - 21 July 2004
Everton are braced to sell Wayne Rooney to Manchester United when the teenage striker returns from his Caribbean holiday this week.
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Stan still the man for Birmingham - 21 July 2004
Australian international winger Stan Laziridis has agreed a two-year extension to his contract with English Premiership side Birmingham City.
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Arsenal players save millions in tax avoidance - 18 July 2004
English Premiership champions Arsenal have set up a tax avoidance scheme for their players that uses secretive front companies and offshore accounts to save them huge sums in tax, a UK newspaper reported.
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Shearer dismisses Newcastle quit reports - 16 July 2004
Former England captain Alan Shearer has dismissed reports that he would quit Newcastle United if he was not given a regular place with the club
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Savage accepts new Birmingham deal - 16 July 2004
Wales midfielder Robbie Savage agreed a new four-year deal at Brimingham City after a concerted bid to lure him away from St Andrews by the club's English Premiership rivals Everton.
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World Cup winning coach Jacquet hails appointment - 14 July 2004
France's 1998 World Cup-winning coach Aime Jacquet hailed the appointment of Raymond Domenech as the new national coach as a "step in the right direction".
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Arsenal can go unbeaten again: Bergkamp - 13 July 2004
Arsenal striker Dennis Bergkamp insisted the English champions could repeat their historic feat of last season and go through a whole Premiership campaign unbeaten.
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No Real meeting say Rooney agents - 13 July 2004
Wayne Rooney's agents insisted they had not had a meeting with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez.
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Gronkjaer signs for Birmingham - 13 July 2004
Denmark winger Jesper Gronkjaer has joined Birmingham from Chelsea for 2.2 million pounds.
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Preparations on schedule for 2006 FIFA World Cup - 12 July 2004
Progress is being made in the preparations for holding the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany. The process of satisfying requirements, for which the German government gave guarantees, is moving ahead on schedule.
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Blatter renews World Cup entry pledge to Australia - 12 July 2004
FIFA president Sepp Blatter here on Friday pledged an Oceania team would be granted direct entry to footballs World Cup finals.
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Welsh Fans gripped by World Cup fever - 12 July 2004
WELSH football is being gripped by 2006 World Cup fever - with an astonishing 100,000 tickets already sold for the mouthwatering qualifying campaign.
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Adriano treble helps Brazil sink Costa Rica - 12 July 2004
A treble from Inter Milan's Adriano helped world champions Brazil cruise to a 4-1 win over Costa Rica and seal a place in the Copa America quarter-finals.
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Irish keen to try again with Scots for Euro 2012 - 12 July 2004
The Football Association of Ireland is thinking of trying to launch another joint bid with Scotland to co-host the Euro 2012 championships.
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SA World cup on track for 2010 - 08 July 2004
South Africa's 2010 World Cup preparations are well on track, Preliminary Local Organising Committee chairperson Irvin Khoza confirmed on Wednesday.
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French delay naming new coach - 08 July 2004
French football federation president Claude Simonet has delayed naming the new France coach until next Monday after finishing interviewing leading candidates.
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Decision day for Ghana and Libya in 08 Nations Cup - 08 July 2004
Ghana or Libya will be named as hosts of the 2008 African Nations Cup.
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Rooney in Everton pay talks - 07 July 2004
England sensation Wayne Rooney's agents have agreed to meet Everton directors for talks on a new five-year contract worth 12.5 million pounds.
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Anger over transfer behind final pitch invasion - 07 July 2004
The Spanish man who invaded the pitch in the final minutes of the Euro 2004 final between Portugal and Greece said he was motivated by lingering anger over Portuguese star Luis Figo's transfer from Barcelona to Madrid in 2000.
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Veterans who said goodbye at Euro 2004 - 05 July 2004
Penpix of principal players who announced their international retirements after their Euro 2004 campaigns
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Young stars who lit up Euro 2004 - 05 July 2004
Young stars who made an impact on Euro 2004
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Charisteas brings Greeks their golden moment - 05 July 2004
For a triumph fashioned by German coaching methods it was appropriate that a striker who plays in the Bundesliga should have netted the goal to win the European Championship for disciplined Greece.
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Millions of Greeks celebrate a dream come true - 05 July 2004
Only seconds after the final whistle at Euro 2004, flares detonated, church bells rang and car honks reverberated throughout Greece in a prelude to the biggest party the nation has ever seen.
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Frustrated Scolari rues Greek defensive wall - 05 July 2004
Portugal's coach Luiz Felipe Scolari apologized to the nation after he failed to lead the country to victory in the Euro 2004 final against Greece which ended in a 1-0 reverse.
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Greece's captain fantastic outfoxes Europe - 05 July 2004
The Greek called Theo best known abroad used to be Theo Kojak, the fictional lollipop-sucking bald chief of detectives in a New York precinct - Greek captain Theo Zagorakis took that mantle off him.
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Pires and Henry had a bust-up at Euro 2004 - 05 July 2004
French stars Thierry Henry and Robert Pires clashed during training in the lead-up to the Euro 2004 match with England, their former national coach Jacques Santini revealed.
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Greece clinch final spot - 02 July 2004
Traianos Dellas was the unlikely hero who headed the decisive silver goal gave that gave Greece a dramatic 1-0 victory over the Czech Republic and a place in the final of Euro 2004.
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Dellas gives Greeks silver lining - 02 July 2004
Traianos Dellas' silver goal gave Greece a dramatic 1-0 victory over the Czech Republic and a place in the final of Euro 2004 here.
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Figo inspires Portugal as Dutch sent packing - 01 July 2004
A virtuoso performance from Luis Figo inspired Portugal to a 2-1 victory over the Netherlands that booked the Euro 2004 hosts' place in the first major final in the country's history.
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Upstarts Greece seek fairytale ending - 01 July 2004
Greece have punched well above their weight at Euro 2004 and now believe they can knock out the free-scoring Czech Republic to reach their first ever final.
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Portugal erupts into party - 01 July 2004
Cities and towns across Portugal erupted in wild celebrations after the Euro 2004 hosts made history and reached the final of a major tournament for the first time by beating the Netherlands 2-1.
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England coach ducks Euro 2004 blame - 01 July 2004
England assistant coach Tord Grip claims they did nothing wrong in Euro 2004 and could have gone on to win the title if Wayne Rooney had not broken a bone in his foot before losing on penalties to Portugal in the quarter-finals.
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Portuguese seek Dutch courage - 30 June 2004
Were it not for the "Ruud health" of one player at the peak of his form Euro 2004 hosts Portugal would be confident of stretching a 13-year unbeaten run against Wednesday's semi-final rivals the Netherlands.
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Watch my eyes,read my hips:how to win on penalties - 30 June 2004
At least one of the semi-finals of Euro 2004 is likely to come down to a gut-wrenching penalty shootout.
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Proud Greeks already champions says Giannakopoulos - 30 June 2004
Greece defender Stylianos Giannakopoulos believes his team are already champions in the eyes of their adoring public having reached the semi-finals of Euro 2004.
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Danish coach laments errors as Czechs go through - 28 June 2004
Denmark coach Morten Olsen said his side paid a heavy price for making silly mistakes in their Euro 2004 quarter-final defeat to the Czech Republic.
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Asian press quick to turn on Beckham - 28 June 2004
After years of helping to make David Beckham the most popular sports figure in Asia, the region's media turned on the England captain over the weekend after his disastrous Euro 2004 campaign.
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Robben the Dutch master as Sweden crash out - 27 June 2004
The Netherlands knocked Sweden out of Euro 2004 and claimed a semi-final match-up against Portugal after a nerve tingling penalty shoot-out here on Saturday after the match ended 0-0 after extra-time.
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Listless France dethroned by Greece - 26 June 2004
Greece created one of the biggest shocks in the history of the European Championships by dumping defending champions France out of the tournament here.
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King Otto puts Greeks on the football map - 26 June 2004
To beat Portugal in their own back yard just about registered on football's Richter scale of surprises.
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Eriksson :England on course for major title - 26 June 2004
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson refused to openly criticise Swiss referee Urs Meier over his controversial decision to disallow Sol Campbell's last minute goal in their heartbreaking Euro 2004 quarter-final defeat by Portugal.
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Penalty hell for England is heaven for Portugal - 25 June 2004
England's dreams of glory at Euro 2004 ended in heartbreak after more than two hours of gut-wrenching drama culminated in a penalty shoot-out defeat to Portugal.
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France warned to beware Greeks - 25 June 2004
After facing England in their opening match and then being given an almighty scare by Croatia, France could be forgiven for thinking they have earned a bit of a rest.
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Dutch start favourites but Swedes promise firework - 25 June 2004
The Netherlands and Sweden meet here Saturday in what promises to be an explosive Euro 2004 quarter-final as master marksmen Ruud van Nistelrooy and Henrik Larsson do battle.
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Ricardo the hero at both ends of Portuguese equati - 25 June 2004
One man's hero is another man's villain in the high-octane world of modern football and Portuguese goalkeeper Ricardo resolved that he only wanted to be the former at Euro 2004.
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Rooney injury 'pretty serious' says Eriksson - 25 June 2004
England teenage sensation Wayne Rooney could be out for several weeks after he went off injured in the first-half of the Euro 2004 quarter-final penalty shootout loss to Portugal according to England's coach Sven-Goran Eriksson.
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Multitude of woes led to England's doom - 25 June 2004
David Beckham's penalty miss, Wayne Rooney's injury, a disallowed goal a minute from full-time: Britain's press highlighted a multitude of woes that were responsible for England's exit from Euro 2004.
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France will show Greece respect says Santini - 25 June 2004
France coach Jacques Santini insists his players will not be taking the challenge of Greece lightly in their Euro 2004 quarter-final on Friday.
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Defeated Germany Czech out of Euro 2004 - 24 June 2004
Three-time European champions Germany became the latest big names to exit the Euro 2004 finals after going down to a 2-1 defeat against a second-string Czech Republic side.
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England and Portugal ready to face the pain - 24 June 2004
Whether it is the Rooney-mania sweeping through England or the Euro fever engulfing Portugal, something has to give in the Stadium of Light on Thursday night.
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Van Nistelrooy hits peak form in Portugal - 24 June 2004
To say Ruud van Nistelrooy is enjoying his first ever major championships would be a gross understatement - he's loving it.
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Toothless attack at the heart of Germany's demise - 24 June 2004
Germany's powder-puff front-line was under attack before the 2004 European championships and a glut of missed chances contributed to their 2-1 defeat by the Czech Republic which sent the three-time winners out of the finals.
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Pele hails wonderkid Rooney - 23 June 2004
Pele agrees with England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson that Wayne Rooney has made a bigger impact on a major tournament than any young player since Pele himself.
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We've only ourselves to blame, says Italy striker - 23 June 2004
Italy striker Bernardo Corradi refused to point the finger of blame at anybody else other than himself and his Azzurri team-mates after their early exit from Euro 2004.
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Italy deserved to qualify not Sweden says Tomasson - 23 June 2004
Denmark striker Jon Dahl Tomasson believes Italy deserved to qualify for the quarter-finals of Euro 2004 instead of Sweden.
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Buffon questions Scandinavian morality after Italy - 23 June 2004
Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has questioned the morality of Denmark and Sweden after the 2-2 draw between the two Scandinavian teams eliminated the Azzurri from Euro 2004.
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Henry ends goal drought to lift France into last 8 - 22 June 2004
Thierry Henry finally found his magic touch at Euro 2004 by scoring twice in France's 3-1 win over Switzerland to earn the defending champions a quarter-final date with Greece.
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Rooney at the double again as England advance - 22 June 2004
Wayne Rooney's single-handed assault on Euro 2004 gathered momentum as England's extraordinary teenager fired his country to a 4-2 win over Croatia and into a quarter-final with Portugal
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Eriksson in raptures over "Pele" Rooney - 22 June 2004
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson was wild about Wayne after striker Wayne Rooney rode to the rescue with two goals which helped to put the skids under Croatia in their 4-2 win, comparing the 18-year-old with Pele.
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Faint praise for Rooney from Croatia's Baric - 22 June 2004
Croatia's coach Otto Baric pulled a few excuses from his sleeve after his side exited Euro 2004, beaten 4-2 by England, then compounded his comments by damning two-goal striker Wayne Rooney with faint praise.
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Beckham happy to have Rooney on board - 20 June 2004
Wayne Rooney's storming performances at Euro 2004 have helped boost England's belief they can make a major impact on the tournament, according to captain David Beckham.
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One leg would do for Croatia's Captain Marvel - 20 June 2004
Croatian captain Boris Zivkovic declared himself fit for the crucial Euro 2004 Group B clash with England on Monday and added even if he had only one leg he would take to the pitch so desperate is he to progress to the quarter-finals at the expense of the English.
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Defences are targetting France, Trezeguet says - 20 June 2004
France are paying a heavy price for their success with opposing teams at Euro 2004 going on the defensive to counter them, striker David Trezeguet says.
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Beer and cheese can wait - 20 June 2004
Minnows Latvia are willing to postpone celebrating one of the biggest days in the country's calendar should they make history by claiming a place in the quarter-finals of Euro 2004.
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France held by surprising Croatians - 18 June 2004
Reigning European champions France passed up a chance to book their place in the quarter-finals of Euro 2004 when an enterprising Croatia held them to a 2-2 draw in their second Group B encounter.
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It's Wayne's world as Rooney makes history - 18 June 2004
Wayne Rooney carved his name into the record books when the England striker become the youngest ever goalscorer in the history of the European championships.
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Croatia gave French a wake-up call: Santini - 18 June 2004
France coach Jacques Santini said Croatia gave his side the run-around at times in the 2-2 Group B draw here in Euro 2004 which delayed the holders' passage into the qtr-finals
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Bulgaria aim to conjure up spirit of '94 - 18 June 2004
Bulgaria approach Friday's Group C clash against Denmark chastened after their 5-0 humiliation by Sweden and hoping to kickstart their Euro 2004 campaign by drawing on their experience at the 1994 World Cup.
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We can beat Spanish says bullish Costinha - 18 June 2004
Portugal can hold their nerve and beat Spain to progress to the Euro 2004 quarter-finals rugged midfielder Costinha claimed.
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Rooney makes it Wayne's World for England - 18 June 2004
Eighteen-year-old Wayne Rooney was the toast of his country after his two goals against Switzerland helped England get back into contention in Euro 2004.
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Rooney becomes youngest ever scorer at Euro - 17 June 2004
England's Wayne Rooney became the youngest ever scorer at the European championships when his header put the English 1-0 up in the 23rd minute against Switzerland.
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Three-match ban for spitter Totti - 17 June 2004
European football's governing body UEFA suspended Italy striker Francesco Totti for three matches for spitting at Danish opponent Christian Poulsen in their Euro 2004 opener
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French 'Houdinis' out to give Croats repeat dose - 17 June 2004
France face Croatia here in their Euro 2004 Group B meeting six years on from the epic World Cup semi-final when the Balkan State briefly dreamed of gatecrashing the hosts party and taking their place in the final before going out 2-1 to the eventual champions.
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England need cool heads - 17 June 2004
David Beckham believes one of Sven-Goran Eriksson's greatest assets as a coach is the calming influence he has on his players.
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English fans flee Portugal as calm returns - 17 June 2004
Thirty-three English football fans who were arrested for rioting in this southern resort this week agreed to leave Portugal voluntarily during a court appearance, a police spokesman said.
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Russian bear loses its teeth at Euro 2004 - 17 June 2004
Russian football is in the wilderness after the national side crashed out of Euro 2004 with one match still to play
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Ruud awakening as late Dutch show denies Germany - 16 June 2004
Dutch marksman Ruud van Nistelrooy netted nine minutes from time to deny Germany victory in a 1-1 draw here in a volatile Euro 2004 Group D match.
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Supersub Heinz keeps Latvia in Czech - 16 June 2004
Marek Heinz scored the winner five minutes from time as the Czech Republic came from behind to beat Latvia 2-1 in their opening Group D match of Euro 2004.
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Onus is on England to attack Swiss says Lampard - 16 June 2004
England will have to switch to all out attack against Switzerland on Thursday in their Euro 2004 Group B clash according to midfielder Frank Lampard.
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Five Germans arrested in Portugal - 16 June 2004
Portuguese police said they had arrested five German football fans for causing a disturbance in the northern city of Oporto on Monday, the eve of their squad's Euro 2004 opening match against the Netherlands.
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Larsson fires five-star Swedes - 15 June 2004
Henrik Larsson's triumphant return to the international stage got Sweden's Euro 2004 campaign off to a flying start but joint coach Lars Lagerback was quick to dampen the euphoria generated by a 5-0 thrashing of Bulgaria.
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Terry to return for England - 15 June 2004
John Terry is set to return to the centre of England's defence in Thursday's crucial group B clash with Switzerland but Paul Scholes has only a 50-50 chance of being fit for the match in Coimbra.
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Italy stifled by dynamic Danes - 15 June 2004
Denmark made Italy's tag as one of the favourites for Euro 2004 appear to be wide of the mark as they had the better of an entertaining 0-0 draw in their opening Group C clash.
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England for the final predicts Pires - 15 June 2004
Robert Pires has more than a sneaking suspicion that he and his France teammates will meet David Beckham and company again in the Euro 2004 final on July 4.
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Tight security planned for Germany-Netherlands - 15 June 2004
Portuguese police said they planned to have tight security measures in place for the Germany and Netherlands Euro 2004 match in Oporto, a game deemed "high-risk" by organisers.
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Zidane breaks English hearts - 14 June 2004
Two stoppage-time goals from Zinedine Zidane, a majestic free-kick and a penalty, left England heart-broken as France began the defence of their European Championship crown in exhilarating fashion with a 2-1 victory.
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Toothless Croats unable to break down 10-man Swiss - 14 June 2004
Croatia were held to a 0-0 draw by Switzerland in their opening Group B clash despite facing 10 men for 40 minutes in a poor match that was more memorable for the eight yellow cards handed out.
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Familiarity breeds confidence - 13 June 2004
If it were boxing England and France would be barred from getting into the same ring.
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Portuguese media, fans blast squad after defeat - 13 June 2004
Luis Figo and his teammates came in for a pasting from Portugal's papers and disgruntled fans following their upset 1-2 loss to unfancied Greece in the Euro 2004 opener.
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Euro 2004 kicks off with opening ceremony - 12 June 2004
Euro 2004 officially got off the ground here with an opening ceremony under the theme "Portugal discovered the world. With Euro 2004 the world will now discover Portugal."
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Beckham takes a leaf out of Wilkinson's book - 12 June 2004
David Beckham has been putting in extra time on the training ground, honing the deadly free-kick skills that all of England will be hoping can make the difference against France.
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Kuwait crush Hong Kong 4-0 in WC qualifier - 11 June 2004
Hosts Kuwait easily downed Hong Kong 4-0 in a Group D Asian World Cup qualifying match at the Friendship and Peace Stadium Wednesday night.
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England could win Euro 2004 says Henry - 10 June 2004
France striker Thierry Henry says England are strong enough to win Euro 2004 as both teams prepared to face each other in Lisbon on Sunday.
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Thais to gamble 800 million dollars on Euro 2004 - 10 June 2004
Football-crazed Thais are expected to shell out some 800 million dollars on Euro 2004 bets despite a crackdown on illicit gambling ahead of the championship, Thai surveys said.
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Greeks hoping for gifts from Euro 2004 hosts - 10 June 2004
Greece captain Theodoros Zagorakis is hoping they can defy their status as tournament outsiders and upset hosts Portugal in the opening fixture of the European Championships.
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England and France countdown the hours - 08 June 2004
Come Sunday, a century of the Entente Cordiale will count for nothing as England get to grips with reigning champions France for a match which should set the tone for the 12th European Championships.
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Portugal's golden generation have gold opportunity - 08 June 2004
Hosts Portugal have home support and a top coach in Luiz Felipe Scolari so the time is perfect for their golden generation of players finally to win the European championships.
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Neville backs Scholes to star for England - 08 June 2004
England flew into Portugal in confident mood with experienced defender Gary Neville backing his Man United team-mate Paul Scholes to be one of the stars of Euro 2004.
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England anger at UEFA hooligan ruling - 08 June 2004
England are to ask UEFA for a clear ruling on hooligans after Europe's football chiefs insisted they would have to take responsibility for the behaviour of all England fans in Portugal.
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Hooligans could wreck England's Euro chances - 07 June 2004
Sven-Goran Eriksson has warned England's fans that they could wreck his squad's chance of glory at Euro 2004 if they fail to behave in Portugal.
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