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FRANKFURT---Hamburger SV lost 3-1 in Augsburg
yesterday to suffer another setback in the struggle
to avoid the first Bundesliga relegation in the club s
In the late match, Borussia Moenchengladbach
won 1-0 at Schalke on a first-half goal by Patrick
Herrmann. Schalke failed to strengthen its grip on
third place and a direct slot in the Champions League.
Hamburg s eighth straight away loss also means
four teams are safe from relegation. Werder Bremen,
Hannover, Freiburg and Eintracht Frankfurt are now
mathematically certain to stay in the top flight.
"Our only concern now is the (relegation) playoff
place," Hamburg s coach Mirko Slomka said.
Only Stuttgart can be overhauled by Hamburg,
which is 16th and in a relegation playoff place. But
Stuttgart is five points ahead with two matches
remaining, while Nuremberg and Eintracht Braun-
schweig are one and two points behind, respective-
ly.The two-leg playoff involves the 16th-placed team
from the Bundesliga and the third-placed team from
NOVI SAD---Vujadin Boskov, who coached Real
Madrid, Roma, Sampdoria and many other top
European clubs as well as the Yugoslavia national
team, has died. He was 82.
Vojvodina Novi Sad, the club where Boskov
started his playing career in 1946, said he died
yesterday in the northern Serbian town. The cause
of death was not disclosed.
A former Yugoslavia international as a player,
Boskov is better known for a coaching career that
spanned four decades. He captured the Spanish
title with Real Madrid in the 1979-1980 season,
having previously managed Feyenoord and Den
Haag in the Dutch league.
He led Sampdoria to the club s first Serie A
title in 1991 and reached the European Cup final
with the Italian team in 1992, losing 1-0 to
Barcelona at Wembley.
Relegation looms as
Hamburg loses in Augsburg
Alvaro Dominguez of
Spain, top, and Schalke's
Kevin-Prince Boateng of
Ghana challenge for the
ball during the German
match between FC
Schalke 04 and Borussia
yesterday AP PHOTO
the second division.
Halil Altintop had two goals and Andre Hahn gave
Augsburg a 3-0 lead before Heiko Westermann pulled
one back for Hamburg in the 44th.
Schalke remained third with 58 points, three ahead
of Leverkusen. Moenchengladbach has 52, two behind
Wolfsburg in fifth.
Herrmann s goal all but secured Moenchenglad-
bach s place in the Europa League next season.
Both teams wasted good opportunities and Schalke s
Adam Szalai hit the post from close range in the
Former Real Madrid coach
Vujadin Boskov dies
LONDON--Veteran Jamaican striker Kevin Lisbie
fired in his 16th goal of the season and his second
in as many games, as Leyton Orient beat Tran-
mere Rovers in the League One division here Sat-
The 35-year-old opened the scoring for the hosts
a minute before half-time before Chris Dagnall
added a second in the 77th, to secure full points
at home at the Matchroom Stadium.
Leyton are fourth in the table on 83 points with
three games left, are more than likely to take one
of the four playoff spots.
Playing in the east end of the city, the game
seemed destined to head to the break goalless
before Lisbie intervened. Scott Cuthbert nodded
on Dean Cox s corner and the ball fell nicely for
Lisbie who make no mistake from close range for
his 14th league goal.
After the break, the relegation threatened Rovers
dominated possession but it all came to nothing,
thanks to a serious blunder from goalkeeper Owain
The Welshman had done well all evening to keep
out several shots on goal but mis-kicked a clearance
to the edge of the penalty area only for Dagnall to
punish him with an easy finish. (CMC)
Lisbie's 16th goal
keeps Orient in
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