Extractions: A player can hardly do more than head two key goals to win the World Cup final. Rightly, awards have come to "Zizou" like confetti at a wedding. He embodies, in his own mesmeric way, in his deceptively stooped style, the joy of a humble man made famously rich. And who built that defiant unity? Who began and ended the World Cup vilified by the media? Who plotted the victory that was Zidane's platform? The coach Aime Jacquet is, like two thirds of the trainers at that World Cup, no longer in charge of the national team. Win or lose, Jacquet never intended to stay. He mapped out his future far from the unforgiving public circus; he intended, and to some extent has achieved, a retreat toward the grass roots of teaching the sport to future Zidanes. The fine detail of how Jacquet managed a group of men to maximum effect is published in the January edition of "The Technician" edited by Andy Roxburgh, the technical director of UEFA, the governing body of European soccer.
World Soccer Boots Paradoxically safety changes to soccer footwear are less likely to come from the davor suker (Croatia) 6 goals. 2002. Brazil. Ronaldo (Brazil) 8 goals http://podiatry.curtin.edu.au/worldcup/soccer.html
Extractions: The Football World Cup (official name: FIFA World Cup ) is the most important competition in international (Any of various games played with a ball (round or oval) in which two teams try to kick or carry or propel the ball into each other's goal) football (soccer). Organised by Fédération Internationale de Football Association ( (Click link for more info and facts about FIFA) FIFA ), the sport's governing body, the World Cup finals tournament is the most widely-viewed and followed sporting event in the world, more so than even the (The modern revival of the ancient games held once every 4 years in a selected country) Olympic Games The finals tournament is held every four years, but the World Cup competition itself takes place over a two-year period. Over 160 national teams compete in regional qualifying tournaments for a place in the finals. The finals tournament now involves 32 national teams (increased from 24 in 1998) competing over a 4-week period in a previously nominated host nation. A recent innovation has allowed more than one country to act as joint hosts.
Extractions: (Click link for more info and facts about Bruno Akrapovic) Bruno Akrapovic (A mountainous republic of south-central Europe; formerly part of the Ottoman Empire and then a part of Yugoslavia; voted for independence in 1992 but the mostly Serbian army of Yugoslavia refused to accept the vote and began ethnic cleansing in order to r)
Player-based Arsenal Pages On The WWW Quite biased! eg davor suker was again used as a sub. Surely suker is only asub for Wenger. If you look at he s record for Arsenal you cannot understand http://www.arseweb.com/links/players_sites.html
Extractions: Home/News NewsReel News Links Shopping - kit, souvenirs, books, vids... League table Calendar Squad/Staff database Record-Breakers Celebrity gooners Arsenal in the movies Last gasp Arsenal Unusual injuries Arsenal vs the World Links For travelling fans This season History Club Info Ticket-buyer's guide Stats Miscellania FAQs ArseWeb help Arsenal in Europe Reserves Youths Refs/discipline Pool pages (non-Arse) What's New? Contact ArseWeb ArseWeb Mentions ArseWeb credits About ArseWeb HOME info, history, people, ... HELP Arsenal Links Other Clubs Campaigning sites General footy sites Media sites Please note: unlike quite a few of these sites, ArseWeb is Best viewed with ANY browser Player-based Arsenal web pages All the current players have their own ArseWeb pages off of our Squad page and a selection of ex-players and staff are featured in the ArseWeb people section . The following is a list of other web sites written by fans and devoted to individual Arsenal players.... He may not be with us anymore, but here's a site especially for those who still sing "we all live in a Perry Groves world" in the Clock End.
Sh: International Soccer Stars - Brooke Bond International soccer Stars 19. 19 NameDavor suker CountryCroatia DOB01/01/68Height5 10 ClubReal Madrid Spain suker is a prominent member of the http://www.whom.co.uk/squelch/int_soccer_stars.htm
World Cup 2002 - ABC Sport - Croatia For many Robert Prosinecki, Robert Jarni and davor suker spring to mind - theirinternational careers began with Yugoslavia - all three featured in the http://www.abc.net.au/worldcup2002/croatia/croatia.htm
Extractions: Group G The 2002 World Cup will be the last major stage for the footballing founding fathers who have helped put the fledgling state of Croatia on the world map. It is just over a decade since Croatia emerged battered and bruised from the bloody war of independence with Yugoslavia and in that time sporting achievement has been one constant source of pride for the young country. Goran Ivanisevic's victory in the Wimbledon's men's singles last year and skier Janica Kostelic's three gold medals in the Winter Olympics may be the most recent examples but it was Croatia's third-place finish in the 1998 World Cup which started the ball rolling. For many - Robert Prosinecki, Robert Jarni and Davor Suker spring to mind - their international careers began with Yugoslavia - all three featured in the Yugoslav under-21 side that won the 1987 World Cup under the stewardship of Mirko Jozic, now in charge of Croatia. Prosinecki was a member of the multi-ethnic Red Star Belgrade team in 1991 that beat Marseille in Bari to win the European Cup, going on for good measure to add the Intercontinental Cup, although that prize was won without Prosinecki, now at Portsmouth.
Croatian Athletes The soccer players are led by davor uker of Real Madrid, whos popularity inthe eyes of fans outside Croatia has increased specially because of the great http://www.luckonline.net/tennis/dan1.htm
Extractions: Newspaper Article This article is published in the Easter triple issue of Croatian daily papers "Veèernji list" - April 11th, 12th and 13th. And it was written by me - Danijel Lijoviæ, your dear friend, I hope HOW MUCH ARE THE FAMOUS CROATIAN ATHLETES PRESENTED ON THE INTERNET? By Danijel LIJOVIÆ On the track of that question we surfed through the most famous browsers - YAHOO and ALTA VISTA. The soccer players are led by Davor uker of Real Madrid, whos popularity in the eyes of fans outside Croatia has increased specially because of the great matches in England on the European soccer championship in 1996 and his transfer to Real Madrid. For the nostalgic crowd out there is a great article of English reporters about the Euro 96 on this address: //www.valdosta.peachnet.edu/acrnjac/articles2.html, where ukers play vs. Denmark is described in every detail. uker also got his place on the page of well known VIRTUAL SOCCER site (www.isfa.com/server/web/v-soccer/suker.html). On that site there are personal cards of 213 players, 17 coaches, 41 countries and 7 clubs, and ukers site has astonishing 123.088 hits. Famous Spanish papers "MARCA" has also submit the proper treatment for the Croatian striker: //marca.recoletos.es/suker. the end
Pele's Not-so-hot 125 Greatest Soccer Stars Are these 125 greatest living soccer players? Pele seems to think so, CroatiaDavor suker. Czech Republic (incl. former Czechoslovakia) Josef Masopust http://www.buzzle.com/editorials/3-9-2004-51447.asp
Turkish Soccer - 2002 World Cup 3 GER VfB Stuttgart 16 VRANJE VRANJE Jurica 31.01.1980 184 70 7 0 GER TSVBayer 04 Leverkusen 9 UKER UKER davor 01.01.1968 183 77 68 45 GER TSV 1860 http://www.angelfire.com/nj/sivritepe/wc2002/tCRO.html
Extractions: 2002 World Cup CRO - CROATIA No Uniform Popular Name Birth Date Ht. Wt. Caps Goals Club PLETIKOSA PLETIKOSA Stipe 08.01.1979 193 88 17 CRO HNK Hajduk Split 12 BUTINA BUTINA Tomislav 30.03.1974 191 88 7 CRO NK Dinamo Zagreb 23 VASILJ VASILJ Vladimir 06.07.1975 188 84 2 CRO NK Zagreb 2 TOMAS TOMAS Stjepan 06.03.1976 186 82 17 1 ITA Vicenza C 6 JARNI JARNI Robert 26.10.1968 180 77 78 1 GRE Panathinaïkos AO Áthína 20 SOLDO SOLDO Zvonimir 02.11.1967 189 85 59 3 GER VfB Stuttgart 16 VRANJE VRANJE Jurica 31.01.1980 184 70 7 GER TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen 9 UKER UKER Davor 01.01.1968 183 77 68 45 GER TSV 1860 München 11 BALABAN BALABAN Boko 15.10.1978 180 78 13 6 ENG Aston Villa FC Birmingham Home Turkish Leagues Turkish Cups National Teams ... World Cups
The Sports Network - International Soccer (World Cup) Laura Temple, soccer Editor The Sports Network including Golden Boot winnerDavor suker (currently without a club), Robert Prosinecki (Portsmouth), http://www.sportsnetwork.com/default.asp?c=sportsnetwork&page=soc-wc/misc/worldc
Extractions: Countries Argentina Austria Belgium Brazil Bulgaria Cameroon Chile Colombia Croatia Denmark England France Germany Iran Italy Jamaica Japan Mexico Morocco Netherlands Nigeria Norway Paraguay Romania S. Arabia Scotland S. Africa S. Korea Spain Tunisia U.S. Yugoslavia Click here for more on this story Posted: Wednesday September 23, 1998 04:57 PM Shaun Botterill/Allsport BORDEAUX, France (CNN/SI) The fans wearing the unmistakable red-and-white checks were euphoric. The coach ran out of words to express his joy. The young nation of Croatia had achieved its greatest soccer success. With Davor Suker's penalty kick goal in the stoppage time at the end of the first half, debutant Croatia reached the final eight of the World Cup with a 1-0 win over Romania "We have eliminated a team with a great tradition," Croatia coach Miroslav Blazevic said. "Our players achieved a big goal. "We're happy, happier, the happiest." The victory for Croatia, the first newcomer to reach the quarterfinals since East Germany in 1974, sets up an emotional clash with Germany on Saturday in Lyon.
Soccer Days -England Football Translate this page The summary for this Japanese page contains characters that cannot be correctly displayed in this language/character set. http://www.soccerdays.com/england/dictionary/word_s.html