Wednesday, June 14, 2006

World Cup Player Diaries on MSN

As part of it's World Cup coverage, MSN is hosting player diaries/blogs within MSN Spaces.

Here's Michael Owen's

Our aim is of course to win the world cup and I think we have a group of players who can achieve that at last, but let's not get carried away with us, us, us. I'm sure Italy, Spain and Portugal wonder why they haven't been winning it either. There's only one winner every four years. We're right in thinking we have a chance, but so are eight or nine other teams. A lot of people think we've got a divine right to win because this is our best team for years, but football doesn't work like that. We need to change the perception that we are serial losers.

& here's Ronaldinho's

Now writing about Germany.
The city of Konigstein (I had to look at the program to see how it’s spelled), he-he-he.
We flew in last night. It was a quick flight. It was late when we got to the hotel. I only had time to have a snack and jump in bed. I slept like a log. Today is a day off and we have to check in at 22:00 h.
I’ll use this time to rest because we’ll be training tomorrow, in the morning and in the afternoon.
They say the field is perfect, I’m looking forward to trying it.

& finally, Edgar Davids

Imagine a child running and a smile comes to your face. Same with a group of children and that’s the way its supposed to be. Nothing but positive thoughts go through your head ‘cause it represents fun, freedom and not a worry in the world.

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