Extractions: MATCH REPORT Final whistle blows. Keane's dramatic goal spoils Germany's chance to clinch an early trip to the second round. Ireland goal. Robbie Keane splits two defenders, settles the ball with one touch and rattles a shot between Kahn and the near post to set off an Irish celebration. Jens Jeremies in for Germany's Bernd Schneider. Ireland substitutes Kenny Cunningham for Steve Staunton 87' - Quinn's chip shot drifts over the crossbar and lands on top of the net. 86' - Kahn calmly saves an Irish freekick. Marco Bode replaces Miroslav Klose for Germany. 82' - A through ball by Quinn gives Keane a chance to pounce for the equalizer, but Kahn races off his line to preserve the shutout.
Extractions: Updated: Tuesday June 11, 2002 09:29 AM ET Tue June 11 Games France Denmark 2 - FINAL Germany 2 Cameroon - FINAL Ireland 3 Saudi Arabia - FINAL Uruguay 3 Senegal 3 - FINAL WORLD CUP MATCH SUMMARY Recap Match Summary Today's Scoreboard Ireland 3, Saudi Arabia - Final GOAL SCORING IRE - Robbie Keane, 7th min. Match Report Final whistle. Ireland advances and celebrates, while Saudi Arabia ends its run in the tournament having been outscored 12-0 in its three matches. Lee Carsley replaces Mark Kinsella for Ireland. Goal Ireland . Damien Duff rips a shot from the left side of the area. Al-Deayea mishandles it, and the ball leaks inside the near post. 83' - Germany has taken a 2-0 lead over Cameroon in the other Group E match. Ireland appears a lock for the second round. Jason McAteer replaces Gary Kelly for Ireland.
Derry City Council - Niall Quinn For Foyle Cup Retired Republic of Ireland star, niall quinn, will be in Derry on Tuesday niall is one of the true gentlemen of soccer and his decision last year to http://www.derrycity.gov.uk/Press Releases/190503-foylecup.htm
Extractions: Quick Menu Refuse Collection Services What's On Leisure Centres A-Z Index Help About Organisation Contact Details News-Section ... Home In this section: News Recruitment Staff Info What's On ... Special Event Press Releases Monday 19th May 2003 Present holders of the Shell Foyle Cup are Blackburn Rovers (U14) Emmen of Holland (U16) and Montpellier (U12) are all returning to defend their trophies. For more details of the event visit the tournament website www.foylecup.com or Tel 02871359734 Tel: 028 71 376504
Extractions: on Tuesday 10th June @1pm,Millennium Forum The former Arsenal, Manchester City and Sunderland star expressed his delight in being invited to Derry to support the efforts of the Derry and District Youth Football Association, organisers of the event. Chairman of the Organising committee, Michael Hutton, in expressing his thanks to Niall Quinn for his attendance, also thanked the tournament sponsors. Ends
Weblog Entry - 06/09/2005: "Niall Quinn- My Road Map" 06/09/2005 Entry niall quinn My Road Map I had always been quite athletic,playing hurling and soccer at an early age.It was during the second month http://wj.wiprogram.org/alumni_classes/2005/journals05/hoban05/archives/00000005
Extractions: WIP Class 2005 Previous entry: "Dr Gillian McMahon- My Road Map" Main Index Next entry: "Minister of State Tom Kitt- My Road Map" 06/09/2005 Entry: "Niall Quinn- My Road Map" Looking back at my final year in secondary school which would have been in 1983, I really didn't know what I wanted to do.My mother was a teacher and also my sister so I suppose at the time I would have been expected to have gone on into further education. While there I realised that I had a confidence problem. I was training with other 15 and 16 year olds who all wanted to be the best and believed they were the best. I on the other hand didn't think like this. I returned to Dublin after the trials and within a short space of time I was offered a three year deal as a professional with Arsenal.This offered me security so I signed with the attitude of who knows where it will lead. While at Arsenal I got called up to the Irish Youth Team. Pat rice a guy involved in the Youth Team led me down a path I am grateful for. Instead of consolidating my strengths, he encouraged me to focus on my weaknesses. So I started practising more with my weak foot and spent hours perfecting my headers.
Extractions: HOME SOCCER RUGBY CRICKET ... EPL Fantasy GILES FILES: EPL Season Preview Story Tools: Print Email Giles Elliott / FOXSports.com Posted: 1485 days ago Who can stop Manchester United? It seems impossible. Ten points better than the rest of the English Premier League last season, champions for the last three years, and then Ruud van Nistelrooy and Juan Sebastian Veron go and do a deal with the Devils. My crystal ball has, however, been kicked around enough to get a little skewed, so here's the Giles Files on the prospects for this 10th EPL season. 1. Liverpool. Treble cup winners last year, the Gerard Houllier revolution at Anfield now rolls on towards the championship. Needing only to make one addition to last season's squad, much sought-after Norwegian youngster John Arne Riise, Houllier clearly feels he has his blend right. The Reds have also gained the knack of beating Man Utd and have even inherited the luck of their Manchester rivals. Key Man: Jari Litmanen - with all the talk of Owen, Fowler and Heskey, don't forget the Finn. 2. Leeds Utd. Liverpool apart, Leeds were England's best and most stylish team in Europe last season. David O'Leary, like Houllier, already has his team in place, but with Harry Kewell now fully fit, plus Rio Ferdinand and Robbie Keane both bedded in from the start of the campaign, Leeds look faster and stronger. Second best though will leave O'Leary to state that the Whites are just a bunch of kids, as he heads off to Old Trafford. Key Man: David Batty - has a winner's medal and a winner's mentality.
Extractions: HOME SOCCER RUGBY CRICKET ... EPL Fantasy BEAT'NICK: Match wits with our EPL ex-pat Story Tools: Print Email Nick Webster / FOXSports.com Posted: 1451 days ago Poor Beat'Nick Webster. He's living here in America, 'on the road' away from his beloved English game. Each week, to stay cool, this crazy Daddy-O will take on all challengers with his picks for the hep cats and the squares of the EPL. So, drop your bongo and e-mail Beat'Nick with your picks and comments Every week we'll choose one groovy guy or gal to face off against Nick. If you're our choice, we'll send you a FOX Sports World T-shirt, no matter how square you might be. Well, Beat'Nick certainly had his hands full against Philly native, Jazzy Joel Zuercher. The West Ham fan made some daring picks that paid off handsomely, but his blind devotion to the Hammers probably cost him the victory, as Beat'Nick edges out a 7 to 6.5 against the lad. (We gave him half a point for his cleverness.) win Of course, Beat'Nick gave us the best pick when he foretold Gazza's woes of yellow and injury. The jury was inlcined to even the score given Joel's bold prediction on the Boro v S'oton match, but Nick's whimpering got to us. This week the Prem takes a little breather as attention turns to a World Cup qualifying weekend. If you think you've got the stuff on the international game, send your challenge to Beat'Nick. Poor sod hasn't got much else to do.
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Extractions: This site would look much better if you upgraded to a newer browser capable of supporting web standards Monday, September 24, 2001 Oh dear, oh dear. England do have other forwards, and some of them aren't that bad ( Robbie Fowler Alan Smith Francis Jeffers ). But something tells me we'll see two hornless rhino's playing on the 6th of October. Greece - meet Andy Cole and Emile Heskey. I'm sure you've heard about them, they'll run all night, mis-control 80% of near perfect passes, miss a hatful of chances put on a plate for them and generally make Michael Owen I still think we'll win the group mind, Germany will lose (or maybe draw) to Finland in Munich and England will bore us to death with a 0-0 draw in Athens. Needless to say we will create chances and if we do score it will be through Beckham (free kick) or Scholes (30 yard drive/header from corner). As for the rest of the weekend, stop moaning Sam Allardyce . Intentional or not - rules are rules - and Ricardo Gardener made contact (as the last man) with Dennis Bergkamp and prevented him from reaching a ball which was a clear goalscoring opportunity. Red card, plain and simple, not a case of
Extractions: This site would look much better if you upgraded to a newer browser capable of supporting web standards Friday, May 24, 2002 The Final(s) Countdown Welcome to the new World Cup all things footie Like everyone, I've spent the last couple of weeks trying to work out how many points we need from Argentina to scrape throught ot the second phase. What if we lose to Nigeria? if Sweden turn over Argentina we'll be alright won't we? All your questions can now be answered so long as you have a copy of Microsoft Excel. The all things footie world cup calculator will work out group standings (including goal difference rules) for all of the World Cup Groups, and detail the fixture set up for the second round. The path to the final is also included so you can see just how unlikely it is that England will reach it. To download the spreadsheet When you open the file it's possible you will get a warning In News, I think the behaviour of Roy Keane
World Soccer News niall quinn faces drink drive charge The soccer legend, niall quinn, UTV Internet Yesterday. The soccer legend, niall quinn, was arrested for drink http://rss.topix.net/world-soccer
Extractions: Advanced Search Enter ZIP, City or News Search All Channels Front Page Autos Business ... XML Sports NFL teams... Collegiate football ... Tennis Advertisers Coerver Videos Front Page World Soccer Top Stories Hibernian 0-0 Dnipro Hibernian's Uefa Cup first-round tie was left hanging in the balance after an evenly-balanced goalless draw in the first leg at Easter Road with Dnipro. Topics: Sports Hibernian Full Coverage: 3 stories Bees face big test That was the message from Barnet manager Paul Fairclough after his troops entered unchartered territory on Saturday. Topics: Sports Barnet Asian adventure next up for supporters Vince Lia could be a surprise inclusion in the Melbourne Victory starting line-up against Queensland on Sunday. Topics: Sports China Current News I love the Premiership SAMUEL ETO'O has left the door open for a sensational move to Chelsea by declaring his love for the Premiership. Topics: Sports Cameroon St Mirren V Morton By Hugh Jass - September 15 2005 St Mirren will host Morton in a Renfrewshire derby in the Bell's Cup semi final whileHamilton Academical will travel to Perth to face First ... Topics: Sports St Johnstone St Mirren Stenhousemuir ... Ferguson shrugs off Porto claims Barry Ferguson has accused Porto players of sour grapes after they claimed that they had been brutally treated during defeat to Rangers.
The Observer | Special Reports | Ireland Football Fans take over to save Ireland s oldest soccer club from financial ruin and of Ireland football team this time in niall quinn s testimonial - has http://observer.guardian.co.uk/irelandfootball/0,11021,583652,00.html
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Belfast Telegraph Former Republic of Ireland international soccer star niall quinn is expected toappear in court this week to face drinkdriving charges. http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/story.jsp?story=655015
2002 WORLD CUP SOCCER STATISTICS 2002 WORLD CUP soccer STATISTICS Sweden 1 Anders Svensson, Sweden 1 NickyButt, England 1 niall quinn, Ireland 1 Gary Kelly, Ireland 1 Steve Staunton, http://slam.canoe.ca/StatsSOW/BC-SOW-STAT-WCLEADERS-R.html
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Extractions: the tournament was brilliant and exciting, shocks happened a plenty and the Japanese people were arguably the most humble and deserving people of the WC. I have never heard or seen a more deserving country of the cup. They embraced every country, foreigner and teams with delight and supported them. All countries could learn a thing or two from them. Any Japanese person on this site should be proud of their countries staging in the summer. i cant say anything on Korea as I wasnt there but i reckon they did pretty well also. After the Wc I travelled to Australia for a month, New Zealand for 2 weeks, Hawaii for 1 week, and to San Francisco, Las Vegas, LA, New York, Cape cod and Boston over the space of the remaining month!! What a trip and its all ending in Moscow for the Ireland match. Starting with the WC in tokyo and ending in Moscow in the Euro Championships!! I couldnt of dreamed it better!!! Except an Ireland Victory would make it that bit more special!!!!!!
Extractions: First Published: Jun 05, 2002 The Republic of Ireland scored in the 92nd minute to peg back Germany. Robbie Keane was played in at close range to hit high into the net from close range after Niall Quinn won a header against Carsten Ramelow and man-of-the-match Oliver Khan finally conceded. Germany were on the brink of becoming the first nation to qualify for the second stages of the World Cup finals with a win over the Republic of Ireland until their defence cracked in the 92nd minute. Miroslav Klose is the top scorer at the final after recording the 19th minute winner which was his fourth of the tournament. Klose has now hit 12 goals in 14 games for the Germans and he stooped to head in a free header after Michael Ballack clipped a ball forward at an angle from the left wing. Ireland responded by taking charge of the game in Ibaraki.