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S.Africa Defeat Cape Verde Island in WC qualifier - 07 June 2004
South Africa has defeated the Cape Verde Islands, 2-1, while Nigeria beat Rwanda, 2-0, in African qualifying matches for the 2006 World Cup football tournament.
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Visiting Venezuela holds Peru 0-0 in WC qualifying - 07 June 2004
Peru fought visiting Venezuela to a 0-0 draw Sunday in a South American World Cup qualifying match.
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Australia to play Solomons in World Cup qualifier - 07 June 2004
Solomon Islands striker Commins Menapi has humiliated and shocked Australia with two goals to earn the soccer minnow a 2-2 draw with the Socceroos.
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Paraguay holds Argentina to 0-0 draw in WC qualify - 07 June 2004
Ten-man Paraguay held Argentina to a 0-0 draw in World Cup qualifying on Sunday, keeping alive a 31-year unbeaten streak on the road against the two-time world champions.
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New Zealand knocked out of 2006 World Cup finals - 07 June 2004
The New Zealand soccer team came back Sunday night from an Oceania Nations Cup tournament in Australia after it was knocked out of next year's Confederations Cup and the chance of qualifying for the 2006 World Cup.
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England stars back Rooney - 06 June 2004
Wayne Rooney is being backed to take Euro 2004 by storm after the 18-year-old Everton striker helped ensure England fly out to Portugal on a high after a 6-1 thrashing of Iceland.
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Roughly 95 percent of Euro 2004 tickets sold - 05 June 2004
Roughly 95 percent of the 1.2 million tickets available for the Euro 2004 football finals which get underway in Portugal later this month have been sold, a government official said.
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Eriksson discards diamond - 04 June 2004
England will leave for the Euro 2004 next week without a settled line-up or formation after coach Sven-Goran Eriksson decided to abandon his midfield diamond for the final warm-up match against Iceland.
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Portugal wants Scolari to stay on for WCup 2006 - 04 June 2004
Portugal would like to keep Luiz Felipe Scolari as coach of the national football team for the 2006 World Cup, the president of the Portuguese football federation said.
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Australia finish top of Oceania tournament - 04 June 2004
Australia will finish top of the World Cup qualifying Oceania Nations Cup here after a hard-fought 3-0 victory over plucky Vanuatu.
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Holland & Belgium to bid for 2018 - 04 June 2004
Holland and Belgium are considering a joint bid to stage the 2018 World Cup.
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Beckham backs club England to triumph in Portugal - 04 June 2004
David Beckham believes the club-like spirit in the England squad can be the vital extra ingredient that helps the side to glory at Euro 2004.
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Queiroz confirms return to Old Trafford - 04 June 2004
Sacked Real Madrid coach Carlos Queiroz has confirmed he is set to return to English Premiership side Manchester United as manager Sir Alex Ferguson's assistant.
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Brazilian Rivaldo now keen on Bremen switch - 04 June 2004
Brazilian World Cup winner Rivaldo has invited German champions Werder Bremen to take a chance on him next season.
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Ronaldo makes Argentines pay the penalty - 03 June 2004
Three penalties from Brazil's 2002 World Cup hero Ronaldo saw the world champions to a 3-1 victory over arch-rivals Argentina here in their 2006 World Cup LatAm qualifier.
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'Iron Lady' persuaded me to go to England -Ranieri - 03 June 2004
The unlikely person of Baroness Margaret Thatcher inspired recently deposed Chelsea manager Claudio Ranieri to want to come and manage an English football club he told the Independent newspaper.
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Ireland silence Reggae Boyz - 03 June 2004
Youngster Graham Barrett handed the Republic of Ireland a 1-0 victory over Jamaica in the final Unity Cup friendly here at The Valley.
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Japan derail England's Euro 2004 preparations - 02 June 2004
England's final preparations for Euro 2004 were left in disarray after Sven-Goran Eriksson's side were held to a 1-1 draw by a Japan side that could so easily have left Manchester with a historic victory.
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Japan derail England's Euro 2004 preparations - 02 June 2004
England's final preparations for Euro 2004 were left in disarray after Sven-Goran Eriksson's side were held to a 1-1 draw by a Japan side that could so easily have left Manchester with a historic victory.
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Benitez walks out on Valencia - 02 June 2004
Valencia coach Rafael Benitez appeared to be heading for Liverpool after he left the Spanish champions after turning down an offer to extend his contract for a further two years.
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Terror suspect may have visited 2002 World Cup - 01 June 2004
A Frenchman believed to be linked to the al-Qaida terrorist network may have been in Japan during the 2002 World Cup finals, when the country was on alert for a possible terror strike, a Japanese newspaper said
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Ronaldinho out of WC qualifier - 01 June 2004
Brazil striker Ronaldinho will miss Wednesday's World Cup qualifier against Argentina because of a thigh strain and has been replaced by Luis Fabiano, coach Carlos Alberto Parreira said on Monday.
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Australia Routs Tahiti in Oceania WC Qualifying - 01 June 2004
Second-half substitute Mile Sterjovski scored the first three goals of his international career as Australia beat Tahiti 9-0 in Adelaide in an Oceania Football Confederation World Cup soccer qualifying match.
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Ranieri wants to stay in England: agent - 01 June 2004
Claudio Ranieri's agent said the ousted Chelsea manager wanted to stay in the English Premiership.
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England stronger than at World Cup: Eriksson - 01 June 2004
Sven-Goran Eriksson has warned England's Euro 2004 rivals that his current squad is stronger than the one that reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup two years ago.
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Brazil host Argentina in World Cup classic - 01 June 2004
The eyes of the footballing world will be very firmly trained on Belo Horizonte on Wednesday when Brazil host Argentina in one of the great international fixtures of world football.
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We respect France but will show no fear:Beckham - 30 May 2004
England captain David Beckham said playing France would be one of their hardest games at Euro 2004 but said they would show no fear during their opening match.
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Japan uses England friendlies as World Cup warm-up - 30 May 2004
Japan coach Zico said the triangular friendly tournament in England over the next few days will serve as a useful warm-up for the more serious business of their Asian 2006 World Cup qualifier against India next month.
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Bullish Owen confident England can pass acid test - 30 May 2004
England's Euro 2004 preparations enter the final stretch here on Monday against a background of rising optimism that Sven-Goran Eriksson's squad can finally end the country's 38-year wait to win a major international tournament.
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Porto the toast of Europe after historic double - 27 May 2004
Portugal's FC Porto became the first team in 27 years to win the UEFA Cup and Champions League in successive seasons with a 3-0 victory over French side Monaco
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Ranieri's future to be resolved next week - 27 May 2004
Chelsea manager Claudio Ranieri will learn his fate next week, revealed the Premiership club's chief executive Peter Kenyon
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British hooligan ban for Euro 2004 - 26 May 2004
Record numbers of English football hooligans will be banned from travelling to Portugal for next month's Euro 2004 championships.
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Ranieri fate unresolved - 25 May 2004
Chelsea boss Claudio Ranieri is no nearer to learning his fate after meeting the club's owner Roman Abramovich at Stamford Bridge.
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Thai PM says could drop Liverpool bid - 25 May 2004
Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said that Thailand will drop its offer to buy a 30 percent stake in Liverpool if his negotiating team currently in Britain fails to win agreement on key details.
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Man Utd to cut ties with Fergie's son - 25 May 2004
Manchester United will stop using the Elite Sports Agency to act on their behalf in transfer dealings to stave off accusations of a conflict of interest.
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Houllier keen on swift return - 25 May 2004
Gerard Houllier said he wants a quick return to football management following his departure from English Premiership giants Liverpool.
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Real Madrid fire Queiroz and give Camacho job - 25 May 2004
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez announced that coach Carlos Queiroz had been dismissed and will be replaced next season by former Spanish national coach Jose Antonio Camacho.
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Switzerland Euro 2004 squad relies on Frei's form - 25 May 2004
Switzerland named a provisional Euro 2004 squad of 26 players, with striker Alexander Frei's sprightly end of season form tempered by doubts about the fitness of key central defender Murat Yakin.
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Portugal says it is ready to face terrorism threat - 25 May 2004
Portugal is equipped to face a possible terrorist attack when it hosts the three-week European football finals in June, Prime Minister Jose Manuel Durao Barroso said.
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Emotional exit for Houllier - 25 May 2004
Gerard Houllier left his post as Liverpool boss, telling of his love for the club he spent six years at.
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Liverpool axe Houllier - 24 May 2004
Liverpool announced that manager Gerard Houllier was leaving the English Premiership club after six years in charge.
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Voller keeps faith with World Cup heroes - 24 May 2004
Rudi Voller has stuck by the players that helped Germany reach the 2002 World Cup final in his 22-man squad for the 2004 European championships in Portugal.
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McClaren backs Becks to be Euro 2004 star - 24 May 2004
Steve McClaren is backing David Beckham to put the turmoil in his private life to one side and emerge as one of the stars of Euro 2004.
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United salvage some silverware from season - 23 May 2004
Sir Alex Ferguson voiced his relief at having salvaged at least one piece of silverware from the wreckage of Manchester United's season.
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Monaco prepare for Champions League final - 23 May 2004
Monaco ended their French league season with an encouraging 3-1 away win at Bordeaux just five days ahead of their Champions League final against FC Porto of Portugal.
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Olympic threat for football lifted - 23 May 2004
Fears that football might be thrown out of the Athens Olympics were lifted when FIFA chief Joseph Blatter signed the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Code.
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France & Brazil draw 0-0 in World Cup final repeat - 21 May 2004
France and Brazil drew 0-0 in the FIFA Centenary match at the Stade de France nearly six years after the teams contested the 1998 World Cup final won by the hosts.
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Beckham releases statement saying he will stay - 21 May 2004
England captain David Beckham released a statement confirming his intention to stay with Real Madrid.
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Spanish coach Saez names Euro 2004 squad - 21 May 2004
Spain coach Inaki Saez named his 23-man squad for the Euro 2004 football finals starting next month.
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World Cup winners look beyond FIFA Centenary match - 20 May 2004
Brazil coach Carlos Alberto Parreira has played down suggestions the FIFA Centenary match with France will be a rematch of the 1998 World Cup final.
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France blend in English connection for Euro 2004 - 19 May 2004
France coach Jacques Santini named nine players with English Premiership clubs, including four from champions Arsenal, in his Euro 2004 squad.
Only goalkeeper Gregory Coupet was included from French champions Lyon.
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Trapatonni names Euro 2004 squad - 19 May 2004
Italy coach Giovanni Trapatonni named a provisional 23-man squad for the Euro 2004 football finals starting next month but without Filippo Inzaghi and Alberto Gilardino.
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Doubts grow over Beckham future with Real - 19 May 2004
Doubts over David Beckham's future with Real Madrid grew after the England skipper insisted on playing -- albeit briefly -- in a testimonial for Arsenal veteran defender Martin Keown.
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England turn to novices - 17 May 2004
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson turned to Liverpool's Jamie Carragher and Tottenham's Ledley King to shore up his side's defence when he announced his provisional squad for the Euro 2004 finals in Portugal.
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Portugal clear Rui Jorge for Euro 2004 - 17 May 2004
Sporting Lisbon defender Rui Jorge has been cleared of a doping charge and is free to play for Portugal in next month's European championships.
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We will look forward to a jubilant FIFA World Cup - 17 May 2004
The 2006 FIFA World Cup Organising Committee Germany congratulates South Africa on their nomination as hosts of the 2010 FIFA World Cup&trade.
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Fans can expect fair hotel prices - 17 May 2004
The Organising Committee Germany is to head a new joint venture formed by three expert companies to assume responsibility for accommodation at the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany.
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FIFA World Cup tickets on sale 1 February 2005 - 17 May 2004
Ticket for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany officially go on sale on Tuesday 1 February 2005.
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Fergie rates Gerrard the most influential player - 16 May 2004
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson spelled out just why he wanted to see Liverpool's Steven Gerrard at Old Trafford next season.
Fergie told The Sunday Times that he regarded the Liverpool ace as the natural successor to his midfield general Roy Keane.
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Heroes' welcome for SA's World Cup 2010 bid team - 16 May 2004
South Africa's World Cup bidding team arrived home early Sunday morning to a discreet heroes' welcome, as the country woke up to a collective hangover following festivities to celebrate its winning the right to host the world's greatest sporting event in 2010.
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SA win 2010 Soccer World Cup bid - 15 May 2004
South Africa won the right to host the 2010 World Cup finals, the first to be played in Africa, football's world governing body FIFA announced on Saturday.
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England World Cup duo reunited for Euro 2004 - 14 May 2004
Sven-Goran Eriksson will team up with his former assistant Steve McClaren at Euro 2004 after the Football Association (FA) confirmed that assistant coach Brian Kidd would not be able to attend the tournament.
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Million-a-match Veron seeks return to Italy - 14 May 2004
Juan Sebastian Veron has reportedly asked Chelsea for a transfer and is seeking a return to Italy with Inter Milan after a season at Stamford Bridge that has cost his current employers a million pounds a match.
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Scolari hints at exit from Portugal after Euro 200 - 14 May 2004
Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari hinted he may leave his post once his contract expires in July, after the three-week European football finals which the country will host.
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Wales appeal on Russia thrown out by UEFA - 14 May 2004
European football's governing body UEFA rejected Wales' appeal against a decision to allow Russia to play in the Euro 2004 finals.
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Portuguese squad to get 7M bonus if win Euro 2004 - 14 May 2004
Portugal's national team will be paid a seven-million euro (8.3-million dollar) bonus if they win the European football finals which the country will host between June 12 and July 4, sports daily Record reported.
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US warns of possible terrorism, hooliganism - 13 May 2004
The United States has warned of the potential for terrorist attacks and hooliganism at the upcoming European football finals and other large public events in Portugal.
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Scolari hopes drugs-tainted Rui Jorge can still pl - 13 May 2004
Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari said he was hoping Rui Jorge, suspended for testing positive in a drugs test, would still be able to compete at the Euro 2004 finals.
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Portugal to impose full border controls - 13 May 2004
Portugal will impose full border controls from late May to early July to boost security during the three-week European football finals that begin on June 12, Interior Minister Antonio Figueiredo Lopes said Wednesday.
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S.Africa and Morocco compete for Africa's first WC - 12 May 2004
South Africa and Morocco are lobbying hard this week in the corridors of governments and sports federations worldwide looking for the support to become the first African country to host a World Cup finals.
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Mandela heads South Africa's delegation for WC bid - 11 May 2004
Nelson Mandela will lead a high-profile South African delegation to Zurich this week for the announcement of which country will host the 2010 football World Cup finals, his office said.
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Euro 2004 organisers to put finishing touches on - 11 May 2004
With just over a month to go until the start of the Euro 2004 finals in Portugal, tournament organisers say major work is complete and they are just racing to make final adjustments.
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Defiant Libya ready to go it alone for 2010 WC - 11 May 2004
Libya remained defiant declaring it was still a candidate to host the 2010 World Cup finals despite FIFA president Sepp Blatter having said their joint bid with Tunisia was a non-starter.
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England winning Euro 2004 would be bad for United - 11 May 2004
England winning Euro 2004 would adversely affect Manchester United's bid for trophies next season claimed the club's singleminded manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
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Mbeki to join South African World Cup bid lobby - 11 May 2004
South African president Thabo Mbeki will join a 15-member delegation travelling to Zurich, Switzerland this week to lobby for their country's bid to host the 2010 World Cup.
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What now beckons for David Beckham? - 10 May 2004
With Real Madrid now destined to end the season without a trophy for the first time in five years, the question on everyone's mind was what beckons for David Beckham?
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History for Henry with new award win - 10 May 2004
Arsenal's Thierry Henry has become the first player to win the Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year award for the second year running.
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Valencia crowned champions after win at Sevilla - 10 May 2004
Valencia were crowned Spanish champions for the second time in three years, and the sixth time in their 75-year history, when they beat Sevilla 2-0.
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Unbeaten Gunners march on as Newcastle stumble - 10 May 2004
Arsenal are one game away from a place in the history books after a 1-0 defeat of London rivals Fulham.
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Drogba double buries Newcastle's UEFA Cup dream - 07 May 2004
Newcastle United's UEFA Cup dreams were shot down by Marseille striker Didier Drogba as the French side booked a place in the final with a well-deserved 2-0 win.
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Porto's success dents Portugal Euro 2004 plans - 07 May 2004
The Portuguese national squad will have to start a Euro 2004 training camp later this month without key FC Porto players because of the team's Champions League success.
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Monaco can win but Porto are favourites, - 06 May 2004
Monaco boss Didier Deschamps said his side had a good chance to win the Champions League final against FC Porto, though he believed Jose Mourinho's team were the favourites for the May 26 clash in Germany.
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South Africa in pole after FIFA World Cup report - 04 May 2004
South Africa's position as front runners to host the 2010 World Cup was confirmed after the publication of FIFA's inspection report into the five African nations vying to host the competition.
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Ranieri resigned to Chelsea exit - 04 May 2004
Chelsea's Italian coach Claudio Ranieri said that he was resigned to leaving the Premiership side at the end of the season, even if he wins the Champions League.
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Rui Jorge doubtful for Euro 2004 - 04 May 2004
Portuguese international defender Rui Jorge is doubtful for the Euro 2004 finals after the Portuguese Football Federation announced that they were suspending him as a precautionary measure after a B-sample confirmed a positive drug test.
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Euro 2004 hosts Portugal review security - 04 May 2004
Portugal have ordered a review of stadium security less than six weeks before they host the Euro 2004 football finals after a flare-up of violence interrupted a weekend premier league game.
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No favorites in Euro 2004 - 04 May 2004
Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari believes that there were no favourites for the Euro 2004 football title next month, but admitted he was concerned by the hosts' lack of competition.
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Beckham becomes world's highest paid footballer - 03 May 2004
England captain David Beckham has become the top paid footballer in the world earning 22.4 million euros (26.7m dollars) last year, bi-weekly soccer magazine France Football revealed.
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Valencia's Rufete out of UEFA Cup semi-final - 03 May 2004
Valencia right winger Francisco Rufete will miss Thursday's all-Spanish UEFA Cup semi-final second leg against Villarreal, club medical officials confirmed.
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Portugal lose Quaresma for Euro 2004 - 03 May 2004
Portuguese international striker Ricardo Quaresma will miss the Euro 2004 finals after picking up a right toe fracture during Barcelona's 4-1 win
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AC Milan win Italian league title - 03 May 2004
AC Milan won the Italian league title after beating Roma 1-0 at the San Siro. Defeat for second-placed Roma left them nine points behind the leaders with two games left to play.
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Leeds' fall from grace is complete as Liverpool, V - 03 May 2004
Leeds United's spectacular collapse from the brink of the Champions League final to virtually bankrupt also-rans has reached its inevitable conclusion -- relegation from the English Premiership.
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Chelsea gain an edge on Man Utd in battle for seco - 02 May 2004
Frank Lampard scored two second-half goals as Chelsea strengthened their advantage over Manchester United in the battle for second place in the Premiership
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Woodgate out of Euro 2004 - 02 May 2004
England defender Jonathan Woodgate is out of Euro 2004 after it emerged the Newcastle centre-back's thigh injury is more serious than first thought.
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Ferguson hits back at speculation over van Nistelr - 01 May 2004
Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson has hit out at speculation surrounding star players Ruud van Nistelrooy and Roy Keane, saying unfound gossip has become "silly and dangerous."
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Beckham set to say adios to Real Madrid - 01 May 2004
David Beckham's business partners were reported to be negotiating his move to a London club after just one season at Real Madrid
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Referees told to come down hard on errant players - 30 April 2004
UEFA has instructed referees at the European championships in Portugal to have zero tolerance for violent play and other rule violations, tournament organizers said.
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Santini looks ahead to France's date with England - 30 April 2004
France coach Jacques Santini has warned his players not to become too obsessed with their opening Euro 2004 clash with England.
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United battle to quell van Nistelrooy rumours - 30 April 2004
Manchester United have moved quickly to stamp on a fresh wave of speculation suggesting Ruud van Nistelrooy could be on his way to Barcelona or Real Madrid.
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Big Sam tells Rivaldo to make up his mind on Bolto - 30 April 2004
Bolton boss Sam Allardyce has admitted Rivaldo may be stalling on signing for his side in the hope of attracting an offer from a more glamorous club.
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