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England suffer Rooney broken foot blow

Sunday 30 April 2006

Wayne Rooney is a doubt for the World Cup after fracturing a metatarsal bone in his right foot during Manchester United's game against Chelsea. Rooney has been told he could be out for six weeks, exactly the amount of time until England's first match

England's World cup injury worries increase

Sunday 30 April 2006

Michael Owen has been reported as being "not 100% happy" with his foot after returning from injury for Newcastle. Newcastle caretaker boss Glenn Roeder revealed Owen's fears after he returned as a substitute at Birmingham.

Scolari says no to England job

Saturday 29 April 2006

Luiz Felipe Scolari has ruled himself out of taking over as England coach after the World Cup. He cited media pressure as the main reason for the decision Scolari said: "The English FA is going to choose a name. My name isn't one of them because

Japan set sights on World cup semi finals

Friday 28 April 2006

Japanese coach Zico has his sights set on a place in the semifinals of the upcoming World Cup finals in Germany but has admitted his chief priority is guiding the Asian champions through a tough first-round group that includes holders Brazil, Croatia and Guus Hiddink's Australia.

Budweiser becomes official beer for World cups

Friday 28 April 2006

Budweiser brewer Anheuser-Busch has become the first company to sign up as a FIFA World Cup sponsor for the period spanning 2007 to 2014. Budweiser has been the official beer at every FIFA World Cup since 1986 and the extension of this partnership

Scolari offered England job

Thursday 27 April 2006

Luiz Felipe Scolari has been offered the job of England manager and is discussing terms with the Football Assocation. England's FA chief executive Brian Barwick is reportedly in Lisbon to try and seal the deal with Portugal's Brazilian coach.

Australia's Cahill in doubt for World cup

Thursday 27 April 2006

Tim Cahill is a doubtful starter for the World Cup in Germany after it was revealed the Everton star's knee injury was worse than first feared. Scans have revealed that he now faces six weeks on the sideline after sustaining a partial tear of the posterior cruciate ligament in

Costa Ricans to be abstinent in World cup

Thursday 27 April 2006

Costa Rica's national soccer team will live a chaste regime during the soccer World Cup in Germany, while the Brazilians travel with their wives and girlfriends, said the Costa Rica Football Federation on Wednesday.

Zinedine Zidane to retire

Wednesday 26 April 2006

French midfielder Zinedine Zidane to retire after the World Cup in Germany. Zidane has said that he will retire after the World cup and that the World cup is his last objective. In 1998 he helped France win the World Cup and then the 2000 European Championship.

Over 1 million overnight stays booked for World cup

Wednesday 26 April 2006

High demand for hotel rooms The 32 teams qualified for the 2006 FIFA World Cupô chose their base camps many months ago. Now large numbers of the three million visitors expected to attend the tournament, including a million from outside Germany, have also settled the question of where to stay.

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