Thanks to Del you can keep up with Flo

This little article is a typical Dunk-style update. When putting something on your site, try to add a mention of something you have that you want to show off about. If a player has the same Merc as you, point it out. If you've not done so already, talk about the TV schedules so you can mention the 98 inch plasma TV you've bought. And better still, drop it into the conversation about your multi-satellite system (illegal in the UK if capable of picking up non-UK subscription channels).  Don't forget, if you want any help with your satellite stuff, speak to Del Johnson.
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         Pongolle determined – Le Tallec injured
#1445417 – Tue May 23 2006 11:50 AM          Reply

Liverpool striker Florent Sinama-Pongolle says he will do what he can to help fire France to glory when the UEFA European Under-21 Championship's kick-off this evening.

Pongolle should start for France against the host nation Portugal and the player is upbeat and looking forward to getting his boots on again in front of the 30,000 sell-out crowd at the Estádio Municipal de Braga

Asked if he could finish as the tournament's top goalscorer, Flo said: "I have a lot of ambition, I love competition and I love a challenge.

"If I can score the goals for the team then I would say why not?

"We haven't been to the U21 finals for a long time and of course for us it is a good opportunity to show how good we are because it is really a big competition.

"There are a lot of big teams and we just hope we can win the championship.

"Every game is going to be tough, all eight teams in this tournament are good and are going to challenge.

"The first game is going to be tough, but nothing is impossible. We are positive, we want to win the first game."

Anthony Le Tallec aggravated a groin muscle problem during a training session, which almost certainly means he will not be available until France face Germany on Thursday at the earliest.

France coach René Girard is expected to partner Flo in attack with Jimmy Briand.

The game won't be televised live in the UK but we will be able to receive it at KOPTALK HQ thanks to our multi-satellite set-up, so we'll watch the match and report back to you how Flo gets on, if selected.


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