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Eriksson optimistic after warm up victory

Wednesday 31 May 2006

Steven Gerrard, John Terry and Peter Crouch scored a goal each Tuesday to lead England over Hungary 3-1 in a World Cup warmup match.England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson experimented with a new playing style as Gerrard and Terry scored off headers within four

Czech's beat Costa Rica in Warm up

Wednesday 31 May 2006

The Czech Republic won a World Cup warm up match on Tuesday against fellow World Cup finalists Costa Rica 1-0 in Jablonec. The Czechs, who played with what can be considered their second string team, left it late in the

France can go all the way : Vieira

Wednesday 31 May 2006

Patrick Vieira believes that France have learned from their past mistakes and although they are not the favourites they can win the World cup. "We're not the favourites, that's Brazil, but we're strong outsiders with the team we have," Vieira told reporters on Tuesday.

England hooligans to report to police stations during World cup

Wednesday 31 May 2006

Around 3,300 banning orders were introduced on Tuesday to prevent known English hooligans from travelling to the World Cup in Germany. The orders were introduced following riots involving England fans in Belgium during Euro 2000 and anyone subject to a banning order

Owen in injury scare

Tuesday 30 May 2006

England striker Michael Owen suffered an injury scare and was taken to hospital for a scan on his thigh on Monday. Owen pulled out of training at Old Trafford but was then given the all-clear to line up against Hungary in Tuesday's pre-World Cup friendly.

Italian defender wont miss World Cup

Tuesday 30 May 2006

Italy defender Gianluca Zambrotta will not miss the World cup. Zambrotta's left thigh injury from a World Cup training match was not serious, Italy doctors said on Monday, and the Juventus leftback will travel with the team to Germany.

Rooney's scan date brought forward

Monday 29 May 2006

The next scan on Wayne Rooney's broken foot will now take place on 7 June which is a week earlier than originally planned.Rooney had been due to fly to Germany with the rest of the England World Cup squad on the 5th of June and the scheduled

I will be fit for the World cup : Kewell

Monday 29 May 2006

Australia striker Harry Kewell is expected to recover from his groin injury in time for the start of the World Cup. Kewell, 27, has joined up with his team-mates at their training camp in Holland after missing the 1-0 win over Greece in Melbourne last Thursday.

Paraguay draw again

Monday 29 May 2006

World Cup-bound Paraguay were held to a 1-1 draw by Denmark in a friendly international in Aarhus on Saturday, just days after drawing with another Scandinavian side, Norway.

Germany smash Luxembourg 7-0 in WC warm-up

Monday 29 May 2006

Miroslav Klose, Lukas Podolski and Oliver Neuville were on target twice as World Cup hosts Germany beat minnows Luxembourg 7-0 in a warm-up match on Saturday. 'It was important to see how the players got into the game, that they played attacking football, had

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