Wednesday, June 08, 2005

[World Soccer Club] Digest Number 1512

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There are 11 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

1. Intertoto incentive proves alluring
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
2. Carlos Alberto pays the price
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
3. Time's up for Leboeuf
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
4. Glazer Utd
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
5. Rebrov rejoins Dynamo Kiev
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
6. North and Central America World Cup 2006 Qualifying
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
7. Santini installed at Auxerre
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
8. African World Cup 2006 Qualifying
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
9. stealing grass
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
10. Re: North and Central America World Cup 2006 Qualifying
From: "Manuel" <manuelgon_1999@yahoo.com>
11. Re: stealing grass
From: "Manuel" <manuelgon_1999@yahoo.com>

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Message: 1
Date: Tue, 07 Jun 2005 17:43:45 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: Intertoto incentive proves alluring

The lineup has been confirmed for the 2005 Intertoto Cup - with three
former European champions and several other big names among the 61
entrants.

Göteborg bid
In the first round, two-time UEFA Cup winners IFK Göteborg will begin
what they hope will be a marathon bid to regain that trophy with a
two-legged tie against Luxembourg's Victoria Rosport. In all there
are 21 ties at this stage, played on 18/19 and 25/26 June.

Hamburg reward
The prize at stake for FK Smederevo of Serbia and Montenegro and
F.Y.R. Macedonia's FK Pobeda, is a second-round match against 1983
European Champion Clubs' Cup winners Hamburger SV, who reached the
Intertoto Cup final in 1999 only to lose on penalties to Montpellier
Hérault. Other luminaries entering at this point are Champions League
perennials Deportivo La Coruña, who will play Valletta FC or
Buducnost Podgorica, and VFL Wolfsburg, hoping to go one better than
their 2003 Intertoto Cup final defeat, starting against either
Andorra's FC Ranger's or SK Sturm Graz of Austria on 2/3 July and
9/10 July.

Big name enter
Then, on 16/17 July and 23 July, comes the entry of the six teams
seeded to the third round, after which follow the semi-finals and the
finals offering three UEFA Cup berths. Among this sextet are two
clubs to have triumphed in the Champions League, Olympique de
Marseille and Borussia Dortmund, as well as 2004 UEFA Cup winners
Valencia CF, the last UEFA Cup Winners' Cup holders in 1999, S.S.
Lazio, and 1969 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup victors Newcastle United.

Class of 2004 graduate
While no former Intertoto Cup winners are in the draw, two other
beaten finalists are among this third set of teams - Newcastle from
2001 and UD Leiria, pipped last season by LOSC Lille who joined
Villarreal and Schalke 04 in the 2004/05 UEFA Cup first round. Just
to show that an early start to the season need not necessarily hinder
a side's campaign, those three winners have now earned Champions
League places for 2005/06.

2005 UEFA Intertoto Cup first round
First leg: 18/19 June 2005
Second leg: 25/26 June 2005
Match Fixture
1. FK Smederevo (SCG) v FK Pobeda (MKD)
2. Beitar Jerusalem (ISR) v FK Sileks (MKD)
3. Valetta FC (MLT) v Buducnost Podgorica (SCG)
4. Slaven Koprivnica (CRO) v NK Ptuj (SLO)
5. Olympiakos Nicosia (CYP) v Gloria 1922 Bistrita (ROM)
6. CFR Cluj (ROM) v FK Vetra (LTU)
7. Dinamo Tirana (ALB) v NK Varteks (CRO)
8. Karvan Evlakh(AZE) v Lech Poznan (POL)
9. FC Ranger's (AND) v SK Sturm Graz (AUT)
10.Vasas SC (HUN) v ZTS Dubnica (SVK)
11.Lernagorts-Ararat (ARM) v Neuchâtel Xamax (SUI)
12.Pápa TFC (HUN) v FC WIT Georgia (GEO)
13.Neman Grodno (BLR) v FC Zlín (CZE)
14.Tiligul Tiraspol (MDA) v Pogon Szczecin (POL)
15.Victoria Rosport (LUX) v IFK Göteborg (SWE)
16.International Turku (FIN) v ÍA Akranes (ISL)
17.Bangor City (WAL) v FC Dinaburg (LAT)
18.Zalgiris Vilnius (LTU) v Lisburn Distillery (NIR)
19.Bohemian FC (IRL) v KAA Gent (BEL)
20.Trans Narva (EST) v KSC Lokeren OV (BEL)
21.Skála (FAR) v Tampere United (FIN)

2005 UEFA Intertoto Cup second round
First leg: 2/3 July
Second leg: 9/10 July
Match Fixture
A. Deportivo La Coruña (ESP) v Winner match 3
B. Saint-Etienne (FRA) v Winner match 11
C. Winner match 20 v BSC Young Boys (SUI)
D. VfL Wolfsburg (GER) v Winner match 9
E. Winner match 21 v Charleroi SC (BEL)
F. Slovan Liberec (CZE) v Winner match 2
G. RC Lens (FRA) v Winner match 8
H. Winner match 6 v Athletic Club Bilbao (ESP)
I. Sigma Olomouc (CZE) v Winner match 14
J. Hamburger SV (GER) v Winner match 1
K. BB Ankaraspor (TUR) v Winner match 10
L. Winner match 4 v Winner match 5
M. Winner match 7 v Winner match 16
N. Winner match 19 v Winner match 13
O. Winner match 12 v Winner match 15
P. Winner match 18 v Winner match 17

2005 UEFA Intertoto Cup third round
First leg: 16/17 July
Second leg: 23 July
Match Fixture
1. S.S. Lazio (ITA) v Winner match E
2. Winner match C v Olympique de Marseille (FRA)
3. Winner match K v Newcastle United (ENG)
4. UD Leiria (POR) v Winner match J
5. Winner match N v Valencia CF (ESP)
6. Egaleo FC (GRE) v Winner match P
7. BV Borussia Dortmund (GER) v Winner match I
8. Roda JC (NED) v Winner match F
9. Winner match H v Winner match B
10.Winner match A v Winner match L
11.Winner match O v Winner match D
12.Winner match M v Winner match G

Semi-final and final draw in Nyon on 11 July.

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And so the new season starts :)
Belgians of Gent have a nice game in Ireland, while Andorran Ranger's
will face Sturm Graz of Austria.

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Message: 2
Date: Tue, 07 Jun 2005 17:51:06 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: Carlos Alberto pays the price

National team coach Carlos Alberto Torres has been sacked by the
Association of Football Federations of Azerbaijan (AFFA) following
Saturday's 3-0 defeat at the hands of Poland in World Cup qualifying
Group 6.

'Emergency meeting'
The defeat, during which Brazilian former World Cup winner Carlos
Alberto was sent to the stands after venting his anger on Spanish
referee Alberto Undiano Mallenco, was Azerbaijan's fourth on the trot
and left the team bottom of the pool having scored just once in seven
matches. The 60-year-old then argued with the fourth official and was
eventually ejected from the stadium.

Ten-point promise
"We had an emergency meeting of our federation officials and they
decided to dismiss the coach," an AFFA spokesperson explained. "We
felt that Carlos Alberto was simply no longer capable of delivering
on his promise of improving the quality of our team. He had promised
us that we would have at least ten points at the end of the
qualifying campaign. Now we have only two points and it's hard to
imagine that we could get near that mark with just three games left."

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He promised them 10 points, no wonder he got the job :p

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Message: 3
Date: Tue, 07 Jun 2005 18:06:18 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: Time's up for Leboeuf

Former France defender Frank Leboeuf has retired from professional
football at the age of 37.

The 1998 World Cup and EURO 2000 winner announced his decision after
his team, Al Wakra, lost the Qatar Cup final against Al Sadd.

"I want to settle in Los Angeles with my family," said the ex-Olympique
de Marseille, Chelsea and Strasbourg centre-back.

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I didn't knew he was still playing..

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Message: 4
Date: Tue, 07 Jun 2005 18:07:44 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: Glazer Utd

Avram Glazer, Bryan Glazer and Joel Glazer have joined the board at
Manchester United following Malcolm Glazer's takeover of the
Premiership club.

Meantime, Roy Gardner has resigned as chairman and Ian Much and Jim
O'Neill have stepped down as non-executive directors.

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I also heard the cousin Graham Glazer will be their new right back ;)

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Message: 5
Date: Tue, 07 Jun 2005 18:11:09 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: Rebrov rejoins Dynamo Kiev

West Ham striker Sergei Rebrov has joined former club Dynamo Kiev on a
three-year contract.

The Ukrainian international has endured a miserable spell in England
since joining Tottenham for £11 million in 2000.

"I was a free agent and had a number of choices, but Dynamo was the
only place I really wanted to come to re-start my career," said Rebrov,
who scored 121 goals in 248 games.

"I'm glad I came back. My soul belongs here."

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Yep, good to see him back home :)

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Message: 6
Date: Tue, 07 Jun 2005 18:21:06 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: North and Central America World Cup 2006 Qualifying

Mexico stayed atop of the CONCACAF qualifying hexagonal with three
away points.

Mexico's Antonio Naelson got things going in Guatemala City in the
40th minute after goalkeeper Ricardo Trigueno couldn't handle a
cross. The lead doubled five minutes later when Guatemala's Gustavo
Cabrera put a Jamie Lozano cross into his own net.

Guatemala was without its top striker, FC Dallas's Carlos Ruiz, who
was out due to suspension.

NB. the top-3 qualify for the World Cup 2006,
the 4th team plays off against the 4th team from AFC.

Final Stage
09-02-05 Port of Spain: Trinidad/Tobago 1-2 USA
[Angus Eve 89; Eddie Johnson 30, Eddie Lewis 54]
09-02-05 Cd. de Panamá: Panama 0-0 Guatemala
09-02-05 San José: Costa Rica 1-2 Mexico
[Paulo Wanchope 38; Jaime Lozano 8, 9]
26-03-05 San José: Costa Rica 2-1 Panama
[Wayne Wilson 40pen, Roy Myrie 90; Roberto Brown 58pen]
26-03-05 Cd. Guatemala: Guatemala 5-1 Trinidad/Tobago
[Guillermo Ramirez 16, Carlos Ruiz 29, 37, Dwight Pezzarossi 77, 81;
Carlos Edwards 31]
27-03-05 Cd. de México: Mexico 2-1 USA
[Jared Borgetti 30, Antonio Naelson 'Zinha' 33; Eddie Lewis 59]
30-03-05 Port of Spain: Trinidad/Tobago 0-0 Costa Rica
30-03-05 Birmingham, AL: USA 2-0 Guatemala
[Eddie Johnson 11, Steve Ralston 68]
30-03-05 Cd. de Panamá: Panama 1-1 Mexico
[Luis Tejeda 74; Ramón Morales 26]
04-06-05 Port of Spain: Trinidad/Tobago 2-0 Panama
04-06-05 Cd. Guatemala: Guatemala 0-2 Mexico
04-06-05 Salt Lake City: USA 3-0 Costa Rica
08-06-05 Cd. de Panamá: Panama - USA
08-06-05 San José: Costa Rica - Guatemala
08-06-05 Monterrey: Mexico - Trinidad/Tobago
17-08-05 Cd. Guatemala: Guatemala - Panama
17-08-05 Cd. de México: Mexico - Costa Rica
17-08-05 Hartford, CT: USA - Trinidad/Tobago
03-09-05 Cd. de Panamá: Panama - Costa Rica
03-09-05 Port of Spain: Trinidad/Tobago - Guatemala
03-09-05 Columbus: USA - Mexico
07-09-05 Cd. de México: Mexico - Panama
07-09-05 Cd. Guatemala: Guatemala - USA
07-09-05 San José: Costa Rica - Trinidad/Tobago
08-10-05 Panama - Trinidad/Tobago
08-10-05 Mexico - Guatemala
08-10-05 Costa Rica - USA
12-10-05 USA - Panama
12-10-05 Guatemala - Costa Rica
12-10-05 Trinidad/Tobago - Mexico

1.Mexico......... 4 3 1 0 7-3 10
2.USA............ 4 3 0 1 8-3 9
3.Guatemala...... 4 1 1 2 5-5 4
4.Costa Rica..... 4 1 1 2 3-6 4
5.Trinidad/Tobago 4 1 1 2 4-7 4
6.Panama......... 4 0 2 2 2-5 2

LEADING GOALSCORERS:
11 Jared Borgetti (Mexico)
10 Jaime Lozano (Mexico)
09 Carlos Ruiz (Guatemala)
07 John Nusum (Bermuda), Ian Lake (St Kitts & Nevis), Eddie Johnson
(United States)
06 Lester More (Cuba), Marlon King (Jamaica), Stern John (Trinidad &
Tobago), Paulo Wanchope (Costa Rica), Roberto Brown (Panama)
05 David Suazo (Honduras)

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Mexico and the US will qualify, question is who will be 3rd and 4th??
A very interesting Costa Rica-Guatemala this wednesday will make it
more clear..

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Message: 7
Date: Tue, 07 Jun 2005 21:49:06 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: Santini installed at Auxerre

Former France coach Jacques Santini has been revealed as the new
coach of AJ Auxerre following the resignation of Guy Roux after 42
years at the helm.

Cup holders
The 53-year-old ex-Tottenham Hotspur manager, who guided Les Bleus to
EURO 2004 in Portugal after clinching the first of Olympique
Lyonnais' four successive Ligue 1 titles in 2002, has agreed to take
the helm at French Cup winner Auxerre, who will enter the UEFA Cup
first round next season after their triumph in the domestic knockout
competition against CS Sedan-Ardennes on Saturday.

'Delighted and proud'
"I'm delighted and proud to succeed a football landmark," said
Santini, who stepped down at Tottenham in November and will be joined
at the Abbé Deschamps by his former assistant at Lyon and Spurs,
Dominique Cuperly. Roux has been named vice-president in charge of
sporting affairs and added: "Santini is a man who took control of the
French team and lost just two games in two years. He's perfectly able
to fulfil the job."

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Too bad as I never liked the man...

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Message: 8
Date: Tue, 07 Jun 2005 22:28:52 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: African World Cup 2006 Qualifying

Group winners qualify for World Cup 2006.

NB: the qualifying tournament doubles as qualifying tournament for the
African Nations Cup 2006

CAF has 5 automatic places

Group Stage

Group 1
05-06-04 Lusaka: Zambia 1-0 Togo
[Jacob Mulenga 11]
05-06-04 Dakar: Senegal 2-0 Congo
[Lamine Diatta 59, Moussa Ndiaye 77]
06-06-04 Monrovia: Liberia 1-0 Mali
[Alvin Kieh 79]
19-06-04 Bamako: Mali 1-1 Zambia
[Frédéric Kanouté 80; Harry Milanzi 16]
20-06-04 Brazzaville: Congo 3-0 Liberia
[Michel Clauga Bouanga 52pen, Armel Mamouna Ossila 57, Makita-Passy
65]
20-06-04 Lomé: Togo 3-1 Senegal
[Emmanuel Sheyi Adebayor 29, Junior Senaya 78, 89; Pape Bouba Diop 83]
03-07-04 Dakar: Senegal 1-0 Zambia
[Babacar Gueye 21]
04-07-04 Brazzaville: Congo 1-0 Mali
[Armel Mamouna-Ossila 30]
04-07-04 Monrovia: Liberia 0-0 Togo
04-09-04 Lusaka: Zambia 1-0 Liberia
[Kalusha Bwalya 89]
05-09-04 Bamako: Mali 2-2 Senegal
[Mamadou Diallo 4, Frédéric Kanouté 52; Henri Camara 44, Pape Cire
Dia 89]
05-09-04 Lomé: Togo 2-0 Congo
[Fabry Makita-Passy 39og, Emmanuel Sheyi Adebayor 70]
10-10-04 Brazzaville: Congo 2-3 Zambia
[Claude Bouanga 77, Armel Mamouna-Ossila 83; Collins Mbesuma 2, 36,
67]
10-10-04 Monrovia: Liberia 0-3 Senegal
[Pape Bouba Diop 41, Henri Camara 50, 73; match interrupted for 30'
due to crowd disturbances after 3rd goal Senegal]
10-10-04 Lomé: Togo 1-0 Mali
[Emmanuel Sheyi Adebayor 23]
26-03-05 Senegal 6-1 Liberia
[Khalilou Fadiga 17, El Hadji Diouf 42pen, 84, Abdoulaye Diagne Faye
52, Henri Camara 69, Moussa Ndiaye 73; Isaac Tondo 88]
26-03-05 Zambia 2-0 Congo
[Elijah Tana 2, Collins Mbesuma 44]
27-03-05 Mali abd Togo [abandoned at 1-2 in 90' due to crowd trouble;
result stood]
[Soumaila Coulibaly 16; Moustapha Salifou 83, Souleymane Maman 90]
05-06-05 Congo 0-0 Senegal
05-06-05 Mali 4-1 Liberia
[Dramane Coulibaly 5pen, 34, Souleymane Diamoutene 48pen, Mahamadou
Diarra 75; Shelton Barlee 58]
05-06-05 Togo 4-1 Zambia
[Emmanuel Shéyi Adébayor 15pen, 88pen, Chérif Maman Touré 44, Kader
Coubadja-Touré 60; Gift Kampamba 17]
17-06-05 Liberia - Congo
17-06-05 Senegal - Togo
17-06-05 Zambia - Mali
02-09-05 Mali - Congo
02-09-05 Togo - Liberia
02-09-05 Zambia - Senegal
07-10-05 Congo - Togo
07-10-05 Liberia - Zambia
07-10-05 Senegal - Mali

1.Togo............. 7 5 1 1 12-4 16
2.Senegal.......... 7 4 2 1 15-6 14
3.Zambia........... 7 4 1 2 09-8 13
4.Congo-Brazzaville 7 2 1 4 06-9 7
5.Mali............. 7 1 2 4 8-09 5
6.Liberia.......... 7 1 1 5 3-17 4

Group 2
05-06-04 Bloemfontein: South Africa 2-1 Cape Verde
[Mbulelo Mabizela 45, 70; Janicio 78]
05-06-04 Ouagadougou: Burkina Faso 1-0 Ghana
[Mamadou Zongo 80]
06-06-04 Kampala: Uganda 1-0 Congo-Kinshasa
[Ibrahim Sekajja 76]
19-06-04 Praia: Cape Verde 1-0 Uganda
[Cafu 41]
20-06-04 Kumasi: Ghana 3-0 South Africa
[Sulley Muntari 14, Stephen Appiah 55, 78]
20-06-04 Kinshasa: Congo-Kinshasa 3-2 Burkina Faso
[Marcel Mbayo 12, Mbuta Mbala 85, Dikilu Bageta 90+pen; Amadou Touré
24, Moumoni Dagano 89]
03-07-04 Praia: Cape Verde 1-1 Congo-Kinshasa
[Jimmy 26; Aalin Kaluyitukadioko 2]
03-07-04 Johannesburg: South Africa 2-0 Burkina Faso
[Steven Pienaar 13, Shaun Bartlett 41]
03-07-04 Kampala: Uganda 1-1 Ghana
[David Obua; Asamoah Gyan]
04-09-04 Ouagadougou: Burkina Faso 2-0 Uganda
[Moumouni Dagano 34, Abdoul Aziz Nikiema 79]
05-09-04 Kinshasa: Congo-Kinshasa 1-0 South Africa
[Kabamba Musasa 87]
05-09-04 Kumasi: Ghana 2-0 Cape Verde
[Michael Essien 23pen, Nelson Viega 62og]
09-10-04 Praia: Cape Verde 1-0 Burkina Faso
[Cafu 3]
10-10-04 Kumasi: Ghana 0-0 Congo-Kinshasa
10-10-04 Kampala: Uganda 0-1 South Africa
[Benni McCarthy 63pen]
26-03-05 Burkina Faso 1-2 Cape Verde
[Moumouni Dagano 70; Carlos Morais 48, 88]
26-03-05 South Africa 2-1 Uganda
[Quinton Fortuna 19pen, Steven Pienaar 71; David Obua 62pen]
27-03-05 Congo-Kinshasa 1-1 Ghana
[Shabani Nonda 51; Asamoah Gyan 31]
04-06-05 Cape Verde 1-2 South Africa
[Arlindo Cafu 78; Benedict McCarthy 11, Delron Buckley 13]
05-06-05 Congo-Kinshasa 4-0 Uganda
[Shabani Nonda 4, 85pen, Ngasanya Ilunga 62, Zola Matumona 87]
05-06-05 Ghana 2-1 Burkina Faso
[Stephen Appiah 66pen, Matthew Amoah 81; Moumouni Dagano 25]
17-06-05 Burkina Faso - Democratic Republic of Congo
17-06-05 South Africa - Ghana
17-06-05 Uganda - Cape Verde
02-09-05 Burkina Faso - South Africa
02-09-05 Congo-Kinshasa - Cape Verde
02-09-05 Ghana - Uganda
07-10-05 Cape Verde - Ghana
07-10-05 South Africa - Congo-Kinshasa
07-10-05 Uganda - Burkina Faso

1.South Africa.. 7 5 0 2 09-7 15
2.Ghana......... 7 3 3 1 09-4 12
3.Congo-Kinshasa 7 3 3 1 10-5 12
4.Cape Verde.... 7 3 1 3 07-8 10
5.Burkina Faso.. 7 2 0 5 7-10 6
6.Uganda........ 7 1 1 5 3-11 4

Group 3
06-06-04 Yaoundé: Cameroon 2-1 Benin
[Samuel Eto'o Fils 43, Rigobert Song 45+2; Seidah Konabe (Romuald
Mpoco?) 11]
06-06-04 Abidjan: Ivory Coast 2-0 Libya
[Aruna Dindane 36, Didier Drogba 62pen]
06-06-04 Khartoum: Sudan 0-3 Egypt
[Abdelhalim Ali 6, Mohamed Aboutrika 52, Mohamed Abdelwahab 86]
18-06-04 Misurata: Libya 0-0 Cameroon
20-06-04 Cotonou: Benin 1-1 Sudan
[Muri Ogunbiyi 33; Ahmed El Fatih 44]
20-06-04 Alexandria: Egypt 1-2 Ivory Coast
[Mohamed Aboutrika 55; Abdelzaher El Saqqa 22og, Didier Drogba 75]
03-07-04 Khartoum: Sudan 0-1 Libya
[Nader Kara 92]
04-07-04 Cotonou: Benin 3-3 Egypt
[Oumar Tchomogo 23pen, Jocelyn Ahoueya 48, Laurent D'Jaffo 68; Hassan
Mustafa 66, 79, Hossam Ghali 75]
04-07-04 Yaoundé: Cameroon 2-0 Ivory Coast
[Samuel Eto'o 80, Guy Feutchine 82]
03-09-04 Tripoli: Libya 4-1 Benin
[Younus Al Shibani 9, Nader Kara 47, Ahmed Osman 49, Marei Suliman 69;
Bachirou Osseni 14]
05-09-04 Abidjan: Ivory Coast 5-0 Sudan
[Didier Drogba 11pen, Aruna Dindane 15, 64, Giles Yapi Yapo 25,
Bakary Kone 55]
05-09-04 Cairo: Egypt 3-2 Cameroon
[Mohamed Shawki 44, Ahmed Hassan 74pen, Tarek El-Sayed 89; Samuel
Eto'o 90, 91]
08-10-04 Tripoli: Libya 2-1 Egypt
[Nader Kara 31, Ahmed Osman 84; Amr Zaki 51]
09-10-04 Omdurman: Sudan 1-1 Cameroon
[Hamouda Bachir (Faisal Sido?) 18; Joseph-Desire Job 90]
10-10-04 Cotonou: Benin 0-1 Ivory Coast
[Aruna Dindane 48]
27-03-05 Cameroon 2-1 Sudan
[Geremi 35, Achille Webo 92; Haytham Tambal 42]
27-03-05 Ivory Coast 3-0 Benin
[Bonaventure Kalou 12, Didier Drogba 18pen, 59]
27-03-05 Egypt 4-1 Libya
[Ahmed Hossam 'Mido' 55, Emad Meteab 57, 80, Ahmed Hassan 77; Osman
El Fergani 52]
03-06-05 Libya 0-0 Ivory Coast
04-06-05 Benin 1-4 Cameroon
[Coffi Agbessi 82; Rigobert Song 19, Achile Webo 52, Geremi Njitap 66,
Samuel Eto'o 67pen]
05-06-05 Egypt 6-1 Sudan
[Abdelhalim Ali 8, 31, Amr Zaki 28, 51, Tarek El Sayed 64, Ahmed Eid
72; Haitham Tambal 81]
17-06-05 Cameroon - Libya
17-06-05 Ivory Coast - Egypt
17-06-05 Sudan - Benin
02-09-05 Ivory Coast - Cameroon
02-09-05 Egypt - Benin
02-09-05 Libya - Sudan
07-10-05 Benin - Libya
07-10-05 Cameroon - Egypt
07-10-05 Sudan - Ivory Coast

1.Ivory Coast 7 5 1 1 13-03 16
2.Cameroon... 7 4 2 1 13-07 14
3.Egypt...... 7 4 1 2 21-11 13
4.Libya...... 7 3 2 2 08-08 11
5.Sudan...... 7 0 2 5 04-19 2
6.Benin...... 7 0 2 5 07-18 2
NB: FIFA had sanctioned Cameroon with a 6-point deduction for failing
to follow clothing instructions at the African Nations Cup 2004, but
re-instated the 6 points 'by an act of grace' on May 21.

Group 4
05-06-04 Libreville: Gabon 1-1 Zimbabwe
[Thierry Issiemou 52; Shingayi Kaondera 84]
05-06-04 Abuja: Nigeria 2-0 Rwanda
[Obafemi Martins 56, 87]
05-06-04 Annaba: Algeria 0-0 Angola
19-06-04 Kigali: Rwanda 3-1 Gabon
[Said Abed 3, 63, Jimmy Mulisa 26; Theo Ngwema 19]
20-06-04 Luanda: Angola 1-0 Nigeria
[Fabrice Akwa 85]
20-06-04 Harare: Zimbabwe 1-1 Algeria
[Slimane Raho 61og; Abdelmalek Cherrad 5]
03-07-04 Libreville: Gabon 2-2 Angola
[Thierry Issiemou, Theodore Nze Nguema; Fabrice Akwa, Marco Paulo]
03-07-04 Abuja: Nigeria 1-0 Algeria
[Joseph Yobo 80]
03-07-04 Kigali: Rwanda 0-2 Zimbabwe
[Peter Ndlovu 40, Tinashe Nengomasha 79]
05-09-04 Annaba: Algeria 0-3 Gabon
[Catalina Aubame 56, Georges Akiremy 74, Etienne Bito'o 88]
05-09-04 Luanda: Angola 1-0 Rwanda
[Freddy 51]
05-09-04 Harare: Zimbabwe 0-3 Nigeria
[Julius Aghahowa 4, Joseph Enakhahire 27, Yakubu Aiyegbeni 50pen]
09-10-04 Libreville: Gabon 1-1 Nigeria
[Thierry Issiemou 35; Yakubu Ayegbeni 70]
09-10-04 Kigali: Rwanda 1-1 Algeria
[Said-Abed Makasi 8; Assad Bourahili 13]
10-10-04 Luanda: Angola 1-0 Zimbabwe
[Amado Flavio 52]
26-03-05 Nigeria 2-0 Gabon
[Julius Aghahowa 84, Nwankwo Kanu 86]
27-03-05 Algeria 1-0 Rwanda
[Mansour Boutabout 48]
27-03-05 Zimbabwe 2-0 Angola
[Shingirai Kawondera 60, Benjamin Mwaruwaru 71]
05-06-05 Angola 2-1 Algeria
[Flávio Amado 48, Fabrice Akwa 57; Mansour Boutabout 66]
05-06-05 Rwanda 1-1 Nigeria
[Jimmy Gatete 53; Obafemi Martins 79]
05-06-05 Zimbabwe 1-0 Gabon
[Peter Ndlovu 66pen]
17-06-05 Algeria - Zimbabwe
17-06-05 Gabon - Rwanda
17-06-05 Nigeria - Angola
02-09-05 Algeria - Nigeria
02-09-05 Angola - Gabon
02-09-05 Zimbabwe - Rwanda
07-10-05 Gabon - Algeria
07-10-05 Nigeria - Zimbabwe
07-10-05 Rwanda - Angola

1.Angola.. 7 4 2 1 07-5 14
2.Nigeria. 7 4 2 1 10-3 14
3.Zimbabwe 7 3 2 2 07-6 11
4.Gabon... 7 1 3 3 8-10 6
5.Algeria. 7 1 3 3 4-08 6
6.Rwanda.. 7 1 2 4 5-09 5

Group 5
05-06-04 Nairobi: Kenya ppd Guinea
[match postponed as Kenya are currently suspended from FIFA]
05-06-04 Blantyre: Malawi 1-1 Morocco
[Heston Munthali 45+1; Youssef Safri 26]
05-06-04 Tunis: Tunisia 4-1 Botswana
[Jose Clayton 9, Karim Hagui 35, 78, Ali Zitouni 74; Debhelogo
Selolwane 65]
19-06-04 Gaborone: Botswana 2-0 Malawi
[Diphetogo 'Dipsy' Selolwane 5, Nelson Gabolwelwe 24]
19-06-04 Morocco ppd Kenya
[match postponed as Kenya are currently suspended from FIFA]
20-06-04 Conakry: Guinea 2-1 Tunisia
[Kaba Diawara 10, 46; Najeh Braham 55]
03-07-04 Gaborone: Botswana 0-1 Morocco
[Youssef Mokthari 27]
03-07-04 Lilongwe: Malawi 1-1 Guinea
[Albert Mpinganjira; Kaba Diawara]
03-07-04 Tunisia ppd Kenya
[match postponed as Kenya are currently suspended from FIFA]
04-09-04 Nairobi: Kenya 3-2 Malawi
[John Baraza 22, 31, Dennis Oliech 26; Malupo Mkhandawire 43, Heston
Munthali 89pen]
04-09-04 Rabat: Morocco 1-1 Tunisia
[Talal El Karkouri 89; Francileudo dos Santos 13]
05-09-04 Conakry: Guinea 4-0 Botswana
[Pascal Feindouno 44pen, Souleymane Youla 54, Kaba Diawara 60, Fode
Mansare 80]
09-10-04 Gaborone: Botswana 2-1 Kenya
[Tshepiso Molwantwana 50, Diphetego Selolwane 55; Dennis Oliech 6]
09-10-04 Blantyre: Malawi 2-2 Tunisia
[Russell Mwafulirwa 20, Emmanuel Chipatalala 37; Riadh Bouazizi 82,
Jawhar Mnari 90]
10-10-04 Conakry: Guinea 1-1 Morocco
[Foge Mansare 52; Marouane Chamakh 5]
17-11-04 Nairobi: Kenya 2-1 Guinea
[Dennis Oliech 9, Edwin Mkenya 70; Pascal Feindouno 18pen]
09-02-05 Morocco 5-1 Kenya
[Jawad Zairi 12, 39, 90, Mounir Diane 46, Youssef Hadji 81; Musa
Otieno 93]
26-03-05 Kenya 1-0 Botswana
[Dennis Oliech 45]
26-03-05 Morocco 1-0 Guinea
[Youssef Hadji 65]
26-03-05 Tunisia 7-0 Malawi
[Haykel Guemamdia 2, Francileudo dos Santos 13, 52, 76, 77, José
Clayton 60pen, Kais Ghodhbane 79]
04-06-05 Botswana 1-3 Tunisia
[Mogogi Gabonamong 13; Mehdi Nafti 28, Francileudo dos Santos 44,
Wissem El Abdi 78]
04-06-05 Morocco 4-1 Malawi
[Youssef Safri 16pen, Youssef Hadji 21, 76, Hocine Kharja 72; Essau
Kanyenda 11]
05-06-05 Guinea 1-0 Kenya
[Sambegou Bangoura 67]
17-06-05 Kenya - Morocco
17-06-05 Malawi - Botswana
17-06-05 Tunisia - Guinea
17-08-05 Tunisia - Kenya
02-09-05 Guinea - Malawi
02-09-05 Kenya - Tunisia
02-09-05 Morocco - Botswana
07-10-05 Botswana - Guinea
07-10-05 Malawi - Kenya
07-10-05 Tunisia - Morocco

1.Morocco. 7 4 3 0 14-5 15
2.Guinea.. 7 3 2 2 10-6 11
3.Tunisia. 6 3 2 1 18-7 11
4.Kenya... 6 3 0 3 8-11 9
5.Botswana 7 2 0 5 6-14 6
6.Malawi.. 7 0 3 4 7-20 3
NB: Kenya were suspended by FIFA from Jun 2 to Aug 6, leading to
postponement of their first three fixtures.

**************************

Still some big surprises possible in Africa!!

Group 1:
Togo is leading the group in front the bigger teams of Nigeria and
Zambia. With a next game in Dakar for the Togolese, a lot can be
decided there.

Group 2:
South Africa should be able to keep the big teams of Ghana and Congo
behind them. If they can beat the Ghanean team in Johannesburg during
their next game, it should be over.

Group 3:
Ivory Coast, Cameroon and Egypt. Too bad we should them, at least
Ivory Coast and Cameroon should get a direct spot to the WC :)
I think Ivory Coast will be able to keep the lead till the end and
have a WC without Cameroon...
Egypt has a last chance during their next game in Ivory Coast.

Group 4:
Nigeria keeps on struggling in a weak group. This results in Angola
leading...
The Nigerians will host Angola in the next game, so time to make
things clear!

Group 5:
Morocco should be able to keep the lead, even in Guinea and African
champions Tunisia are pretty strong teams. With a Tunisia - Guinea
next, only two will remain.

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Message: 9
Date: Tue, 07 Jun 2005 22:47:46 -0000
From: "jer_vanlint" <jer_vanlint@yahoo.com>
Subject: stealing grass

Dirty Dutch!!

They came and stole grass from Bruges and Anderlecht :p

http://www.6pack.tv/Default.asp?cid=10&log=204&cont=viewLog&s=wmp500

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Message: 10
Date: Wed, 08 Jun 2005 13:09:20 -0000
From: "Manuel" <manuelgon_1999@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: North and Central America World Cup 2006 Qualifying

Yes, Mexico and the US will qualify. I still think that Costa Rica
is the better side of the rest, but indeed the next game is key.

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "jer_vanlint"
<jer_vanlint@y...> wrote:
> Mexico stayed atop of the CONCACAF qualifying hexagonal with three
> away points.
>
> Mexico's Antonio Naelson got things going in Guatemala City in the
> 40th minute after goalkeeper Ricardo Trigueno couldn't handle a
> cross. The lead doubled five minutes later when Guatemala's
Gustavo
> Cabrera put a Jamie Lozano cross into his own net.
>
> Guatemala was without its top striker, FC Dallas's Carlos Ruiz,
who
> was out due to suspension.
>
>
>
> NB. the top-3 qualify for the World Cup 2006,
> the 4th team plays off against the 4th team from AFC.
>
>
> Final Stage
> 09-02-05 Port of Spain: Trinidad/Tobago 1-2 USA
> [Angus Eve 89; Eddie Johnson 30, Eddie Lewis 54]
> 09-02-05 Cd. de Panamá: Panama 0-0 Guatemala
> 09-02-05 San José: Costa Rica 1-2 Mexico
> [Paulo Wanchope 38; Jaime Lozano 8, 9]
> 26-03-05 San José: Costa Rica 2-1 Panama
> [Wayne Wilson 40pen, Roy Myrie 90; Roberto Brown 58pen]
> 26-03-05 Cd. Guatemala: Guatemala 5-1 Trinidad/Tobago
> [Guillermo Ramirez 16, Carlos Ruiz 29, 37, Dwight Pezzarossi 77,
81;
> Carlos Edwards 31]
> 27-03-05 Cd. de México: Mexico 2-1 USA
> [Jared Borgetti 30, Antonio Naelson 'Zinha' 33; Eddie Lewis 59]
> 30-03-05 Port of Spain: Trinidad/Tobago 0-0 Costa Rica
> 30-03-05 Birmingham, AL: USA 2-0 Guatemala
> [Eddie Johnson 11, Steve Ralston 68]
> 30-03-05 Cd. de Panamá: Panama 1-1 Mexico
> [Luis Tejeda 74; Ramón Morales 26]
> 04-06-05 Port of Spain: Trinidad/Tobago 2-0 Panama
> 04-06-05 Cd. Guatemala: Guatemala 0-2 Mexico
> 04-06-05 Salt Lake City: USA 3-0 Costa Rica
> 08-06-05 Cd. de Panamá: Panama - USA
> 08-06-05 San José: Costa Rica - Guatemala
> 08-06-05 Monterrey: Mexico - Trinidad/Tobago
> 17-08-05 Cd. Guatemala: Guatemala - Panama
> 17-08-05 Cd. de México: Mexico - Costa Rica
> 17-08-05 Hartford, CT: USA - Trinidad/Tobago
> 03-09-05 Cd. de Panamá: Panama - Costa Rica
> 03-09-05 Port of Spain: Trinidad/Tobago - Guatemala
> 03-09-05 Columbus: USA - Mexico
> 07-09-05 Cd. de México: Mexico - Panama
> 07-09-05 Cd. Guatemala: Guatemala - USA
> 07-09-05 San José: Costa Rica - Trinidad/Tobago
> 08-10-05 Panama - Trinidad/Tobago
> 08-10-05 Mexico - Guatemala
> 08-10-05 Costa Rica - USA
> 12-10-05 USA - Panama
> 12-10-05 Guatemala - Costa Rica
> 12-10-05 Trinidad/Tobago - Mexico
>
> 1.Mexico......... 4 3 1 0 7-3 10
> 2.USA............ 4 3 0 1 8-3 9
> 3.Guatemala...... 4 1 1 2 5-5 4
> 4.Costa Rica..... 4 1 1 2 3-6 4
> 5.Trinidad/Tobago 4 1 1 2 4-7 4
> 6.Panama......... 4 0 2 2 2-5 2
>
>
> LEADING GOALSCORERS:
> 11 Jared Borgetti (Mexico)
> 10 Jaime Lozano (Mexico)
> 09 Carlos Ruiz (Guatemala)
> 07 John Nusum (Bermuda), Ian Lake (St Kitts & Nevis), Eddie Johnson
> (United States)
> 06 Lester More (Cuba), Marlon King (Jamaica), Stern John (Trinidad
&
> Tobago), Paulo Wanchope (Costa Rica), Roberto Brown (Panama)
> 05 David Suazo (Honduras)
>
> ***********************************
>
> Mexico and the US will qualify, question is who will be 3rd and
4th??
> A very interesting Costa Rica-Guatemala this wednesday will make
it
> more clear..

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Message: 11
Date: Wed, 08 Jun 2005 13:16:30 -0000
From: "Manuel" <manuelgon_1999@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: stealing grass

I don 't understand one word, but it is quite graphic. Actually it is
funny! LOL

--- In worldsoccerclub2@yahoogroups.com, "jer_vanlint"
<jer_vanlint@y...> wrote:
> Dirty Dutch!!
>
> They came and stole grass from Bruges and Anderlecht :p
>
> http://www.6pack.tv/Default.asp?cid=10&log=204&cont=viewLog&s=wmp500

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