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Wayne Rooney reacquainted with Cristiano Ronaldo

Published on July 31, 2006 by in Uncategorized

7/31/2006 BBC Cristiano Ronaldo returned to training with Manchester United team-mate Wayne Rooney on Monday for the first time since their World Cup clash. The 21-year-old winger was criticised for his part in England striker Rooney’s red card during Portugal’s World Cup quarter-final win on 1 July. He appeared to urge referee Horacio Elizondo to

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Israeli teams must play UEFA Cup games abroad

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7/31/2006 Ori Lewis JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel will not be allowed to host UEFA Cup second qualifying round first-leg matches which must instead be staged in a neutral country due to the security situation in the region, UEFA said on Monday. Israel launched an onslaught on Lebanon after Shi’ite guerrilla group Hizbollah captured two Israeli

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Bayern lose to Urawa Red Diamonds in Tokyo

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7/31/2006 fcbayern.de Bayern return from this year’s flying visit to Japan with only a narrow defeat to show for their efforts after partner club Urawa Red Diamonds registered a fortunate 1-0 success in Tokyo on Monday evening (local time). Masayuki Okano scored the 89th minute winning goal for the side coached by former Germany star

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Five match ban for players engaging in racist behavior under new UEFA rules

Published on July 31, 2006 by in Uncategorized

July 31, 2006 Associated Press NYON, Switzerland — Players making racist remarks or gestures could be banned for up to five matches, according to new UEFA disciplinary regulations announced Monday. Anyone who insults the human dignity of a person or group of persons, by whatever means, including on grounds of color, race, religion or ethnic

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Rioting fans set toilets on fire in Brazil

Published on July 30, 2006 by in Uncategorized

7/30/2006 Brian Homewood, Reuters RIO DE JANEIRO – Rioting Gremio supporters set fire to portable toilets, twice forcing their team’s match away to arch-rivals Internacional to be interrupted on Sunday. Play was halted as a thick plume of black smoke rose over the Beira-Rio stadium in Porto Alegre and firemen fought the blaze behind one

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Mojtaba Jabbari set to extend his contract

Published on July 30, 2006 by in Afshin Afshar, Iran

7/30/2006 Afshin Afshar, lastkick.com Iran international midfielder Mojtaba Jabbari has reportedly reached an agreement with his club side Esteghlal of Tehran and is set to sign an extension within the next few days. The news was leaked to the media by Esteghlal officials, but the midfielder has not confirmed it yet. He, however, confirmed that

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Turmoil in Iran’s U-23 camp

Published on July 30, 2006 by in Afshin Afshar, Iran

7/30/2006 Afshin Afshar, lastkick.com Iran U-23’s Brazilian head coach Rene Simoes left Tehran this week for a supposed two week vacation. In reality, Simoes has tendered his resignation to the Iranian officials citing the current difficulties facing foreign coaches in Iran.

 
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Mehdi Vaezi banned for six months after positive test

Published on July 30, 2006 by in Uncategorized

7/30/2006 Mehr News Agency TEHRAN – Mehdi Vaezi, the keeper of Iranian side Paykan, faced a six-month ban from matches of all levels as he tested positive for banned substance, reported the Anti-Doping Committee here Saturday. According to the committee, the national automaker’s club got fined 10 thousand Swiss francs. The committee has yet to

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