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www.red11.org : TODAYS NEWS
Date: Wed Jun 10 12:36:30 GMT+00:00 1998
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1. Teddy Left Out? (Mirror)
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X-MSMail-Priority: Normal X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 4.72.2106.4 X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V4.72.2106.4 Date: Thu, 11 Jun 1998 16:18:57 +0800 Reply-To: Red Devil Marcus Sender: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" From: Red Devil Marcus Subject: Teddy Left Out? (Mirror) TEDDY IN ENGLAND EXILE Teddy Sheringham's hopes of making England's starting line-up against Tunisia took another battering last night, writes Harry Harris. On the first day's training at their France base camp in La Baule, Michael Owen and Alan Shearer worked together in front of goal while Sheringham was left to train with the rest of the England squad. It is further evidence of Sheringham's disenchantment ever since he returned to England duty from his night on the tiles at the Babylon Club in Portugal. Yesterday, the signs were that Hoddle will go for the Shearer-Owen strike partnership in Marseille on Monday. However, if Sheringham can prove to the England coach that he is in the right frame of mind and in peak physical condition, then he still has a chance of opening the World Cup. Sheringham's apology for his 6.45am frolics in the karaoke club on the Algarve appeared less than lukewarm. Then, when Hoddle took his charges to a West End night out to watch the musical Chicago with their wives and girlfriends, Sheringham was one of the six who had neither. He seemed reluctant to go on a night out after being criticised so heavily for his nocturnal habits. Then yesterday, in front of 200 locals, mainly schoolchildren, the England party trained with the "team" that played behind closed doors against Caen. That meant Shearer and Owen trained in unison, while Sheringham joined those left out in Caen in a more strenuous workout under coach Peter Taylor. Hoddle has known his first-choice selection for some time and will not be deflected by other people's opinions. Hoddle said: "I don't intend to name my team until one-and-a-half hours before the kick-off, the same as everybody else. "But I work on my teams and everyone inside the camp knows them two or three days before. I'm no different from anyone else. "I have to keep something up my sleeve and that's why I don't name my team until just before the kick-off. "It would be silly to lay my plans out and give the opposition any advantage. "Yet I already know the team and I have already been working on situations. "What your cameras might see is sometimes nowhere near what is going on." That is a direct challenge to the media who tried to infiltrate the private practice match at Caen, when it was uncovered that Owen played alongside Shearer.But Hoddle played a few tricks before to the vital qualifying tie in Rome against Italy. Then it was believed that David Beckham had flu and would not make it. But he did. Gareth Southgate recalls: "I was involved in one red herring in Rome!" First it was inferred from Hoddle's comments this week that Sheringham had been forgiven for his transgressions and would start. Then that was turned completely on its head when Owen was tried out from the start alongside Shearer after England landed in France. Hoddle might know what's going on and so far no one can get it wrong, having simultaneously plumped for both Sheringham and Owen. I believe Hoddle will unleash Owen on the World Cup when he is ready and that both strikers will play some part in the opening game against Tunisia - with Sheringham more likely to start. Marcus Lionel van Geyzel. "I can only please one person per day. Today is not your day. Tomorrow isn't looking very good either". -- Dogbert

X-MSMail-Priority: Normal X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 4.72.2106.4 X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V4.72.2106.4 Date: Thu, 11 Jun 1998 16:15:04 +0800 Reply-To: Red Devil Marcus Sender: "Manchester United Football Club (soccer)" From: Red Devil Marcus IT'S NOT DWIGHT, FERGUSON Aston Villa manager John Gregory last night launched an amazing attack on Alex Ferguson, accusing the Manchester United boss of trying to nick Dwight Yorke on the cheap. Gregory is annoyed at speculation that United are chasing hot-shot Yorke, amid suggestions that the Old Trafford club are prepared to pay only around 6million. He said: "I think it is very unfair that they are trying to unsettle Dwight in this way. "I have had no official contact from United, but I believe they are trying to cast doubts in the player's mind with all the conjecture which is being drummed up. "It is ridiculous even to suggest that Dwight is worth only 6 million. "Kevin Davies recently moved from Southampton to Blackburn for 7.5million. Well, as far as I'm concerned Dwight is twice the player, so let's talk 15million as the starting price. "Not that I have any intention of selling him to United, or any other club for that matter." Yorke, 26, has been with Villa for nine years after travelling over from his native Caribbean island of Tobago to sign for former boss Graham Taylor. He made his debut in the 1989-90 season, has been Villa's leading scorer for the past three campaigns, and still has two years left on his contract. Now Gregory is ready to offer him an extended deal, likely to be close to 25,000 a week, and ultimately wants him to pledge his future to the club for the rest of his career. "Initially, I am ready to extend Dwight's contract by a further three years. "Then in the future perhaps we can talk again to ensure he stays with us for the rest of his playing days. "Hopefully this will put to an end all the speculation about a possible move to United." Gregory is anxious to talk to Yorke about his future as soon as he returns from a summer holiday in the West Indies. Even though Villa splashed out a club-record 7.5million on disgraced Stan Collymore a year ago, Yorke has maintained his position as the No.1 favourite among Villa fans with his goal touch. Marcus Lionel van Geyzel. "I can only please one person per day. Today is not your day. Tomorrow isn't looking very good either". -- Dogbert

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