1. WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
"We are not going to start thinking 'we are not going to qualify.' That's no
way to start thinking, no way to have the atmosphere in and around the squad,
and I won't let that happen. ... But we are where we are in the table and if we
don't start winning, we are not going to qualify. But that's not even worth
-- England captain John Terry does his best not to think about England
not qualifying for the 2008 European Championship. (The Guardian)
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