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Qualifying
02/09/2006 | 06/09/2006

> Greame Murty (Scotland) - Faroe Islands and Lithunia
> Brynjar Gunnarsson (Iceland) - Northern Ireland and Denmark
> Ivar Ingimarsson (Iceland) - Northern Ireland and Denmark


Asian Cup Qualifying
02/09/2006 | 06/09/2006

> Seol Ki-Hyeon (South Korea) - Iran and Chinese Taipei


U19s International Friendly
05/09/2006

> Scott Golbourne (on loan at Wycombe) - Nederlands

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U19s International Friendly
05/09/2006

> Scott Golbourne (on loan at Wycombe) - Nederlands

FINAL SCORE: 0-0

Goldbourne was replaced after 46 mins

MATCH REPORT


England played out a hard-fought goalless draw against their Dutch counterparts with chances at a premium.

The visitors looked brighter early on and failed to make the most of a couple of half-chances.

But England grew in stature and looked the stronger team side either side of half-time before having to soak up some more Dutch pressure late on.

The game took a while to spark into life although the Dutch had an early chance when Vurnon Anita caught Fabrice Muamba in possession and exchanged passes with Jordy Brouwer before hitting a powerful shot just over the bar.

There was another opening for the visitors when Geert Arend Roorda made a powerful burst from midfield and tricked his way past centre-back Leigh Mills before beating Luke Daniels with his shot, only to see it bounce back of the inside of a post.

But England, under Head Coach Brian Eastick, reclaimed some of the initiative as the half wore on and when Mills won a loose ball 25 yards out Giles Barnes turned his marker superbly before just clearing the bar with a right-footed shot.

England were on top as half-time approached and when Adam Hammill burst down the left and crossed to the far post, Joe Garner headed across the face of goal when he might have hit the target.

Early in the second half England defender Elliott Omuzusi twice headed at goal from Hammill corners.

The first effort went well over but the second was only narrowly wide of the near post.

But the remainder of the half was scrappy and the next chance did not arrive until the 77th minute when Jordy Buiys prodded home from a close range from a right-wing free-kick, only to see his ‘goal’ ruled out by an offside flag.

The biggest cheer of the night greeted the arrival of Walsall’s Ishmel Demontagnac on his home ground with 13 minutes remaining.

But it was the visitors who went closest in the dying moments, with subsitute Melvin Zaalman sprinting into the box before firing just wide, although Lee Cattermole went close with a dipping stoppage-time volley.

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Asian Cup Qualifying
02/09/2006 | 06/09/2006

> Seol Ki-Hyeon (South Korea) - Iran and Chinese Taipei

South Korea 1-1 Iran

Seol Ki-Hyeon '45 (K), Vahid Hashemian '90 (Iran)

MATCH REPORT

Iran striker Vahid Hashemian scored with virtually the last kick of the game to earn his side a 1-1 draw against Korea Republic in a dramatic AFC Asian Cup 2007 qualifier on Saturday.

Reading striker Seol Ki-hyeon had put the hosts ahead just before the break and the goal looked set to give the two-time continental champions a deserved win.

Instead Hashemian took advantage of a defensive mix-up to chip the ball into the net to the horror of the vast majority of a near sell-out crowd at Seoul World Cup Stadium.

Both coaches fielded strong line-ups but it was Pim Verbeek, making his first home appearance as Korea Republic head coach, who saw his team start at a high tempo against the visitors who were content to defend in numbers and look for counter-attacking opportunities.

Despite the hosts’ early free-kicks and corners, it was not until the 17th minute that they seriously threatened. Kim Do-heon robbed Javad Nekounam to feed Park Ji-sung only for the Manchester United star’s touch to fail him as he entered the penalty area.

Eight minutes later the visitors almost took the lead. Ali Karimi picked up a loose ball 25 metres out and glided past Kim Sang-sik and into the left side of the area. Despite the relatively tight angle, the 2004 AFC Player of the Year will be disappointed at screwing his shot wide of Kim Young-kwang’s left goalpost.

The deadlock was finally broken on the stroke of half-time when Kim Do-heon fired a right-sided free-kick into the box and Seol Ki-hyeon rose above the Iranian defence to head the ball in the bottom right corner of Ebrahim Mirzapour’s net.

Amir Ghalenoei’s team showed more attacking ambition in the second half but rarely troubled Kim, selected ahead of World Cup captain Lee Woon-jae, as the Korea Republic keeper had few saves to make.

Kim’s opposite number Mirzapour, however, was having a busier evening than his Korean counterpart.

In the 70th minute he had to scramble to reach a spectacular overhead kick from the edge of the box from Zenit St. Petersburg midfielder Lee Ho that was just inches wide of the post before the Iranian’s hands were stung seven minutes later as he beat out a fierce shot from Cho Jae-jin.

With only a one-goal cushion the tension began to mount for the Koreans and in the 84th minute Karimi just failed to connect with an inviting low cross from Farhad Majidi from the edge of the six-yard box.

And as full-time approached a lack of communication between Kim Sang-sik and Kim Young-kwang led to Hashemian robbing the defender on the edge of the area and deftly lobbing the ball over the stranded keeper and into the back of the net to earn Iran a share of the spoils.
Korea Republic now have seven points from the first three games in Group B but still head the group with Iran in second, two points behind.

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South Korea 8 - 0 Chinese Taipei

Seol Ki-Hyeon 3, 43, Jung Jo-Gook 4, 44, 88, Cho Jae-Jin 64, 83 - pen, Kim Do-heon 77

MATCH REPORT

Jung Jo-gook scored a hat-trick as Korea Republic moved to within a point of booking their place at the AFC 2007 Asian Cup after thrashing Chinese Taipei 8-0 at Suwon World Cup Stadium.

It was an easy victory for the two-time continental champions who had too much class and power for Group B’s bottom-placed team. In addition to Jung’s three goals, Seol Ki-hyeon and Cho Jae-jin scored twice each with Kim Do-heon managing one.

Pim Verbeek’s team are sitting pretty at the top of Group B with 10 points and just need to avoid defeat against Syria in October or in Iran a month later to qualify for the competition that will be held in Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia next summer.

The hosts fielded a strong line-up, making just one change to the team that drew 1-1 with Iran four days previously with midfielder Lee Ho replaced by striker Jung.

It took Korea Republic just three minutes to take the lead. Kim Nam-il’s long ball found Seol, who ran into the area from the right and lashed the ball past Lu Kun-Chi in the Chinese Taipei net.

The second came a minute later as Song Chung-guk marauded down the right and his cross was headed home from close range by Jung.

Chinese Taipei had their first shot on target after 25 minutes when Chiang Shih-Lu fired well over from outside the penalty area.

Two minutes before the break, Seol claimed his second and his team’s third in a similar fashion to his goal against Iran four days earlier as the former Wolverhampton Wanderers striker rose above the defence to head home a Kim Do-heon free-kick.

And there was still enough time in the opening period for Jung to head home Kim Do-heon’s corner to put the hosts 4-0 ahead at half-time.

The score line stayed the same until the 64th minute when Seol fired in a low cross from the right that Cho hit home from just inside the six yard box.

Kim Do-heon scored the best of the lot 13 minutes later, a magnificent half-volley that flew into the net from outside the area.

Cho took his tally to two in the 83rd minute, slotting the ball from the spot after substitute Choi Sung-kuk was brought down in the box.

Jung completed the rout and his hat-trick with two minutes remaining, the FC Seoul striker firing home from 12 yards.

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Qualifying
02/09/2006 | 06/09/2006

> Greame Murty (Scotland) - Faroe Islands and Lithunia

Greame unfornately was unable to take part after a groin injury.

Scotland 6 - 0 Faroe Islands
Lithunia 1 - 2 Lithunia



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Qualifying
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> Ivar Ingimarsson (Iceland) - Northern Ireland and Denmark
> Brynjar Gunnarsson (Iceland) - Northern Ireland and Denmark


Northern Ireland 0 - 3 ICELAND

Ingimarsson played the full 90 mins, Gunnarsson was withdrawn after 75 mins

MATCH REPORT


Record equalled
Inspired by FC Barcelona's summer recruit Eidur Gudjohnsen, Iceland scored two early goals through Gunnar Thorvaldsson and Hermann Hreidarsson. Gudjohnsen then put the seal on a fine captain's performance with the third just before half-time. It was his 17th goal in 41 internationals, making him Iceland's joint-top scorer with the great Ríkhardur Jónsson.

Deadlock broken
After some impressive showings in their 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, including a 1-0 home win against England, Northern Ireland had high hopes at Windsor Park. Debutant midfielder Sammy Clingan and striker David Healy both went close early on, but Iceland were in front on 13 minutes. Brynjar Gunnarsson played a ball over the top and Thorvaldsson was first to react, slotting the ball into the corner.

Davis denied
The lead was extended in the 20th minute with Hreidarsson scoring at the back post from Johannes Gudjónsson's corner. Northern Ireland were rattled and Steven Davis strode forward only for the goalkeeper to save his effort. Iceland almost added a third in the 26th minute but a header from Ívan Ingimarsson went marginally wide.

Job done
Stuart Elliott gave Northern Ireland a glimmer of hope when he fired in a free-kick after 34 minutes but Hreidarsson cleared off the line to maintain the two-goal cushion. The visitors made it 3-0 in the 37th minute when Gudjohnsen finished clinically after a cross from Grétar Steinsson was only partially cleared. Gudjohnsen remained in masterful form in the second half but, with the match won, will have minded little that no further goals were forthcoming.

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ICELAND 0-2 Denmark

Ingimarsson played the full 90 mins, Gunnarsson was withdrawn after 76 mins

MATCH REPORT


Dream start
Iceland went into the game on the back of a morale-boosting 3-0 victory in Northern Ireland on Saturday but were soon brought down to earth in Reykjavik. Rommedahl was the architect of many of their problems, with the winger giving the Danes a dream start with the opener on five minutes, latching on to Christian Poulsen's pinpoint pass and striding clear of the Iceland back line before slotting past Árni Arason in the home goal.

Sřrensen saves
Arason did well to keep out Thomas Kahlenberg's fierce drive from distance soon after but was again helpless when Jon Dahl Tomasson tucked in Rommedahl's teasing low cross just after the half-hour. Despite Eidur Gudjohnsen's constant probing, Iceland offered few signs of working a way back into the match which descended into a fractious affair, although Gunnar Heidar Thorvaldsson did force Thomas Sřrensen into a point-blank save. The keeper also reacted well to keep out Gudjohnsen's clever free-kick midway through the second half as Morten Olsen's side eased to victory.

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Good to see Seol back involved with the Korean starting 11

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Yeah and as shown, he needs to be in the box as he has a good leap and header on him.
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EPL MD5 | Sheffield United FC vs Reading FC

Sheffield United FC vs Reading FC
Saturday, September 16 KO 3:00pm
Bramall Lane, Sheffield




FINAL SCORE: Sheffield United 1 - 2 Reading FC
GOALSCORERS: Kevin Doyle '16 sec, Seol '25 (R), Hulse '61 (S)

ATTENDANCE: 28,288 (1,754 Royals)

Reading Line-up

-Hahnemann-
Murty---Sonko---Ingimarsson---Shorey
Seol--Sidwell---Harper--Convey
-Lita--Doyle-

Injured: Dave Kitson (Knee), Sam Sodje (Knee)

Preview

Key Men: Seol, Doyle

5 days after the home victory against Manchester City, Reading face a trip to promoted rivals Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.

Reading will be aiming to collect their first away points of the season at a ground in recent years has been very kind to us (winning the last 3 out of 4 meetings there), on the other hand Neil 'Oxf*rd' Warnock will be looking for his first win of the season at this level and hope to put the laughing stock of 2 penalty misses against Blackburn to the back of the mind

On a better note, should be a interesting game between two promoted sides who there was very little between them in the games last season.

Head to Head
Home and away
League: Sheff United 10 wins, Reading 12, Draws 6
Prem: Sheff United 0 wins, Reading 0, Draws 0

at Sheff United only
League: Sheff United 6 wins, Reading 3, Draws 5
Prem: Sheff United 0 wins, Reading 0, Draws 0

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REFwatch

Andre Marriner (Birmingham)


Background

Andre qualified as a referee in 1992 and was promoted to Football League assistant referee in 2000 and three years later he was promoted to the referees list. Andre refereed the Conference Play-Off final between Dagenham&Redbridge and Doncaster and was Fourth Official at the FA Youth Cup Final in 2003. He was the first ref to officiate at the new Emirates stadium and Geoff Winter rates him as "one with a big future" for what thats worth.


Average Rating For All Fixtures

Code:
The maximum possible rating is 5 in each area:
Area	       Avg Rating
Communication	3.08
Consistency	3.31
Control	        3.24
Fairness	3.10
Fitness	        3.54
Flow	        3.31
Positioning	3.30
Total	       22.88
Disciplinary Actions
Code:
Action	       Total	Avg Time Taken
Yellow Card	2	36 min

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BIG MATCH FACTS

SHEFFIELD UNITED and fellow automatic promotion arrivals Reading lock horns for the first time in the highest level.

Neal Warnock's side go into this game looking for their first win and only their second goal of the season, and first in four fixtures. They gained a point from a goalless game of three missed penalties, home to Blackburn last Saturday. A 0-3 loss here would see them at the bottom of the table on Saturday night, if Watford are not beaten by Aston Villa in the teatime fixture.

The Blades have not beaten the Royals in a League contest since a 0-2 triumph at the Madejski at second League level on 14 December 2002.

READING have won both at home and lost both away. The slender 1-0 triumph over Manchester City on Monday night took them into the top half. An unlikely five goal victory at Bramall Lane would lift them above champions Chelsea in the Premiership table.

Steve Coppell's side have completed 50 League games since losing by more than a single goal (3-1 away to Wigan on the last day of the season before last on 8 May 2005).

The Royals go to Bramall Lane aiming to increase their unbeaten League sequence against the Blades to eight matches, having won five and drawn two of the last seven.

SEQUENCES/RECENT FORM

SHEFFIELD UNITED

> Highest achievable after Saturday's matches: 9th
> Lowest could fall: 20th

1. Still chasing a first Premiership victory since their 2-0 home triumph over Newcastle on 30 April 1994.

2. Not scored in the last three outings, or in 314 minutes (five hours 14 minutes) of top flight soccer since Rob Hulse netted their only goal so far (against Liverpool).

3. Went six games without scoring a goal in their last Premiership season, between 4 and 29 December 1993.

4. Last time went four League games without scoring a goal between 1 and 22 April 2000 in the Nationwide League Division One.

5. Won 22 off 88 matches in their Premier League history.

6. Need to score three times to total 100 Premiership goals all time.

7. Won their opening match in both previous Premier League campaigns, but still seeking a victory at the fifth time of asking this time around.

8. Drawn both home Premiership matches this season (against Liverpool and Blackburn).

9. Won three and drawn four League matches at Bramall Lane since the odd goal in five loss to Queen's Park Rangers in the Championship on 25 February.

10. Not scored a penalty in 45 League games, since David Unsworth converted the winner against Coventry from the spot in a 2-1 home triumph on 27 August last year.

READING

> Highest achievable after Saturday's matches: 5th
> Lowest could fall: 11th

1. Already doubled their tally of away League defeats last season.

2. In danger of tumbling to three successive League losses on the road for the first time since 30 September 2003 (West Ham, Sunderland and Norwich).

3. Managed one clean sheet in four League outings.

4. Only club in the top half of the table, to have lost twice.

5. Next Saturday, Reading entertain Manchester United , while Sheffield United go to Arsenal.
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KEY PLAYER NOTES/POTENTIAL MILESTONES


SHEFFIELD UNITED

> If he plays, Leigh BROMBY will be making his 200th career League appearance (Sheffield Wednesday, Mansfield, Norwich and Sheffield United).

> Paul IFIL needs to score once to bring his League tally to 50 (Millwall and Sheffield United).

READING

> Dave KITSON needs a hat trick to total 50 goals for Reading.

> KITSON scored three goals in two League and League Cup appearances against the Blades last season.

> If he figures, Kevin DOYLE will be making his 50th League appearance - all for Reading.
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Lawro's prediction

Sheffield United v Reading

"I suppose it would be fair to say this is a battle between two of the relegation favourites.

The Blades know that they have to win these sort of matches and I think they'll sneak it."


Prediction: 2-1

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Reading vs Sheffield United results since 02-03 (promotion to the Championship/Division 1

L 0-2, W 3-1, W 2-1, W 2-1, W 1-0,
D 0-0, W 2-1, W 2-0 (League Cup), D 1-1

So good recent record over the Blades
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Massive game for Sheff Utd, they really need the win, don't see them getting it though, Reading win for me 2-1.

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Downes comments on upcoming fixture

EX-BLADE Wally Downes has stoked up Saturday's clash at Sheffield United by claiming his old boss Dave Bassett was more successful than Neil Warnock.

Warnock is hailed as a hero in the Steel City after guiding Blades back to the top-flight after 12 years in the doldrums.

But Downes argues 'Harry' Bassett faced a much harder task when he achieved the same feat back in 1990 when the Reading coach and ex-Wimbledon midfielder was in the side.

"Harry took Sheffield up from the old third division to the first and they hadn't been there since he left until Neil Warnock got promotion last season," stated Downes.

"Warnock said it was a big achievement because they hadn't been there for 12 years but when Harry got them up they had been out of it for even longer.

"You also have to consider Harry started when they were in the old third division which obviously made it even harder because we had two divisions to climb.

"Harry also helped with the building of a new stand and what he did was an amazing achievement at that time."

Downes will step out at Bramall Lane once again this Saturday - but this the Royals coach will be prowling the touchline next to Warnock.

It is the Premiership's first contest between any of the newly promoted teams this season and critics are already calling it a potential relegation six-pointer.

Royals have won three times and drawn once on their last four visits to Bramall Lane and Downes expects Saturday's clash to be another close encounter.

He added: "Perhaps they haven't had the results they craved but Neil Warnock didn't seem to have many problems recruiting the players he wanted over the summer.

"They haven't played badly and they'll be desperate for a first home win but we want to keep our good away record up there going.

"Both league games last season were close, especially the 1-1 draw at their ground.

"We've progressed since then but Sheffield probably think they've accelerated alongside us and I think it's going to be another, tight game."

Warnock will be picking from strength and Danny Webber is the only injury victim after he limped out of last weekend's incredible 0-0 home draw against Blackburn in which the Blades missed two penalties and Rovers missed one.

Downes warned: "Phil Jagielka is always one to watch for them, but that's no secret.

"And Neil has signed about 40 forwards so I'm sure he's waiting for one of them to come good.

"But we kept a clean sheet against Manchester City and if you stop the opposition scoring you don't lose.

"Our defenders got the praise but it starts from the front with the workrate of Kevin Doyle and Leroy Lita.

"James Harper and Steve Sidwell covered acres of ground and made loads of tackles and I thought Bobby Convey and Seol worked their socks off.

"They're predominantly attacking wide men but they also now know what their defensive duties are."

Reading will field an unchanged team for the trip to Sheffield with striker Dave Kitson still struggling to overcome a knee injury.

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I can categorically tell you that Andre Bikey has travelled with the team. He was outstanding against Watford in the reserves on Wednesday and I think he could be really useful when injuries and suspensions kick in.

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I can categorically tell you that Andre Bikey has travelled with the team. He was outstanding against Watford in the reserves on Wednesday and I think he could be really useful when injuries and suspensions kick in.
Yeah I heard Bikey and Mate did well, I was gonna check the Reserve game out but time past me by on Wednesday .
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Yeah I heard Bikey and Mate did well, I was gonna check the Reserve game out but time past me by on Wednesday .
Mate looked strong but a little slow. Bikey's all-round game was terrific, very comfortable on the ball and strong in the tackle.

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Starting Line-ups

Reading (4-4-2): Hahnemann, Murty (c), Shorey, Sonko, Ingimarsson; Harper, Sidwell, Seol, Convey; Doyle, Lita
Subs: Stack, Gunnarsson, Little, Hunt, Long

Sheff Utd (4-4-2): Bennett; Bromby, Sommeil, Morgan (c), Unsworth; Jagielka, Leigertwood, Ifill, Armstrong; Akinbiyi, Hulse
Subs: Kozluk, Gillespie, Quinn, Kazim-Richards, Nade

No Kenny, Tonge

Could be good for us, only 18 mins to KO.

Game can be seen on ULF via TVants for anybody who is interested (Link)
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Sheffield United 0 - 1 Reading (Doyle '22 Seconds)

Goal by Kevin Doyle (Reading) left-footed (high centre of goal) from centre of penalty area (12 yards).Sheff Utd 0-1 Reading. Assist (pass) by Bobby Convey (Reading) from own half.

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