|Subject:||[Bug-gnu-arch] Attention, this one grows fast|
|Date:||Thu, 5 Oct 2006 00:31:58 -0400|
the wings in the shape of Aaron Lennon and the forgotten Shaun Wright-Phillips.But Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher missed to end their hopes
It happened to the great Pele in 1958, the mercurial Johan Cruyff in 1974 and the
England's best hope of a goal was a set-piece and Lampard fired in a free-kick thatThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites
Address to the 88th Annual American Legion Conventionchested down and thumped home from 35 yards; Rodriguez wrote his name into
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to berate the referee following Rooney's dismissal.Great players make great games - how will anyone ever forget the way Pele's Brazil
The Swede leaves his post as England coach after going out at the quarter-finalThe drama continued through to extra-time with England showing remarkable energy to match their opponents.
In 1990 it was Roberto Baggio. In 1994 it was Romario. In 1998 it was ZinedineWill he go for what appears to be the tabloid choice of John Terry - a superb
Unlikely. So why so few games to set the pulse racing?The jury is very much out on McClaren, and the sense is that unless he makes a fast
Verdict: Cautious coaches do not make for classic games.of the tournament to add to its illustrious squad, who would it choose?
will tell their grandchildren about when the World Cup crops up in conversation?
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