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Mellberg On His Way Home

Villa defender Olof Mellberg has lamented the 'disastrous start' as the reason for Sweden's World Cup exit.

Sweden lost to Germany and the Sweden captain, who is being linked to German giants Bayern Munich, said:

'We didn't make a very good start and we had problems finding a way back after falling behind so early. We were as bad in the first half as we were against England. We weren't expecting the Germans to be so strong right at the start.'

Adding:

'We had a chance or two in the second half, so it's far from impossible to score against Germany. They don't play like a typical German side.'




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday June 25 2006

Time: 12:05PM

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NEVER GOT OVER THE POOR START IN THE GERMAN GAME
zipadeedoodah
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25/06/2006 13:01:00

Back home to drop the bombshell, 'I want out'?
glensider
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25/06/2006 13:57:00

and who could blame him if he did?
DougInABox
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26/06/2006 11:11:00

 

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