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2006-08-11 09:23:43

LONDON (Reuters) - David Beckham was left out of new England coach Steve McClaren's first England squad on Friday, raising speculation that his international career may be over. Beckham, who quit as captain after England's quarter-final exit from the World Cup in July, did not feature in McClaren's list of 25 for next Wednesday's home friendly against Greece. Former Arsenal defender Sol Campbell and goalkeeper David James were also omitted while McClaren announced that former England...

2006-06-20 17:49:46

By Trevor Huggins COLOGNE (Reuters) - England drew 2-2 with Sweden on Tuesday to earn a second round World Cup clash with Ecuador while the Swedes go through to face hosts Germany. England, who lost striker Michael Owen to a knee injury after just two minutes, took the lead with a stunning 34th minute volley by Joe Cole from over 30 meters. Sweden leveled with a Marcus Allback header in the 51st minute and were unlucky not to knock England off the top of Group B after creating a...

2006-05-17 17:53:44

By Mike Collett PARIS (Reuters) - Barcelona scored twice late on to stun 10-man Arsenal 2-1 and win an absorbing 50th anniversary European Cup final at a rain-drenched Stade de France on Wednesday. Striker Samuel Eto'o and substitute defender Juliano Belletti canceled out a first-half header from Arsenal defender Sol Campbell and gave Barcelona the European Cup for only the second time in their history. It was a fitting outcome for Frank Rijkaard's side who battered the London club...

2006-05-17 17:29:20

By Mike Collett PARIS (Reuters) - Barcelona scored twice late on to stun 10-man Arsenal 2-1 and win an absorbing 50th anniversary European Cup final at a rain-drenched Stade de France on Wednesday. Striker Samuel Eto'o and substitute defender Juliano Belletti canceled out a first-half header from Arsenal defender Sol Campbell and gave Barcelona the European Cup for only the second time in their history. It was a fitting outcome for Frank Rijkaard's side who battered the London club...

2006-05-17 15:47:11

PARIS (Reuters) - Barcelona came back from a goal down to beat 10-man Arsenal 2-1 to win their second European Cup in the 50th anniversary final at the Stade de France on Wednesday. Late strikes from striker Samuel Eto'o and substitute defender Juliano Belletti canceled out a first-half header from Arsenal defender Sol Campbell. Arsenal became the first side ever to have a player sent off in a final when German keeper Jens Lehmann was dismissed after he caught Eto'o on the fringe of...


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