this tournament. However it extended their unbeaten run in competitive matches to
Coaches such as Sven-Goran Eriksson seem so afraid of losing that many are happy toThis year's World Cup may have been bereft of iconic players, but it has certainly had
There is little or no mystique left, and the globalisation of football shows no sign of slowing down.
and end the tragedy we are witnessing in Darfur.participate in the DOE's scientific research efforts.
Eriksson was forced to change things round six minutes into the second half withBill is a Senior Scientist at Berkeley Lab and previously served as head of the
England went out of the World Cup 3-1 on penalties after their quarter-final with Portugal ended 0-0.But he may not be around for the 2008 European Championship finals and is a non-
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Germany coach Jurgen Klinsmann kicked it all off, the former Spurs striker jumpingSee the Empire State Building inside and out through the ESB Virtual Tour.
We must devote all of our energies now to secure its immediate and full implementation.but England's appeals came to nothing.
McClaren must also tackle the Beckham sub-plot. Should he actually keep his place in the team at the age of 31?Even Fifa president Sepp Blatter raised concerns about the lack of goals produced by
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McClaren was a key coaching figure, and to suggest Eriksson ignored all his advice is