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LONDON---England s Football Association says
coach Roy Hodgson will name his World Cup squad
on May 12, the day after the Premier League season
The squad is expected to be divided into 23 players
with seven back-ups, although FIFA regulations require
only a 30-man provisional squad to be named by
May 13. The deadline for the final 23-man squad is
England s first World Cup warm-up match is against
Peru on May 30, before further games against Ecuador
and Honduras. England will face Italy, Uruguay and
Costa Rica in the group stage. (AP)
Ancelotti quenches Madrid
thirst for Decima chance
MADRID---A jubilant Real Madrid celebrated the
opportunity to play for "La Decima" on yesterday
after coach Carlo Ancelotti quenched an obsessive
12-year wait to reach the Champions League final.
Madrid sailed there for the first time since 2002
thanks to Tuesday s 4-0 win at titleholder Bayern
Munich for a 5-0 aggregate semifinal victory.
Ancelotti said he could literally taste Madrid s desire
to play for a record 10th---La Decima---European Cup
after landing in the Spanish capital last summer.
"When I arrived in Madrid I understood the impor-
tance of this competition, you could taste the desire
to win La Decima in the air," the Italian coach said
after the victory. "That s why we re in the final. I
hope we have this same attitude in the final."
Ancelotti s achievement eclipsed former coach Jose
Mourinho as the Spanish giant ended a three-season
semifinal losing streak in the competition. The last
time Madrid played in the final it beat Bayer Leverkusen
2-1 under another mild-mannered coach, Vicente del
Spanish sport daily AS ran the headline "Scorched
Munich" in reference to Bayern s promise of its Allianz
Arena being an inferno for Madrid s visit, while Catalan
sport daily El Mundo Deportivo screamed "Ship-
wreck!" above a photo of Bayern coach Pep Guardi-
ola.A victory in the May 24 final at Lisbon s Estadio
do Sport would see Ancelotti match former Liverpool
manager Bob Paisley s record of three European Cup
Holman steps down from
World Cup selection frame
SYDNEY---Ex-Aston Villa midfielder Brett Holman
has retired from international football just two weeks
before Australia coach Ange Postecoglou is due to
announce his squad for the World Cup.
The 30-year-old Holman, now playing for Al Nasr
in the United Arab Emirates, earned 63 international
caps for Australia. He scored two goals at the 2010
World Cup and played an important role in Australia s
qualifying campaign for Brazil 2014, which kicks off
Holman announced his international retirement in
a statement yesterday, saying "Over the past six
months, circumstances have led me to re-think my
international career and I have made the difficult
decision to step aside from my role with the Socceroos."
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