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Saturday 20 November 2004
On paper this match resembles a game of chess where two grand masters - Graham Henry and Steve Hansen - are pitted against a former pupil - Mike Ruddock. Wales coach Ruddock could not have had it much harder. He has to outwit two cunning New Zealanders, who for their part reckon they know all they need to know about Ruddock's squad, because the majority of them passed through either Henry's or Hansen's hands during their respective reigns as coach of the Welsh national team.
Saturday 17 July 2004
The game appears to be over for Bobby Fischer, the mercurial chess legend who has been evading American authorities for 12 years since he was found guilty of violating international sanctions, popping up in countries around the world, giving occasional interviews but always vanishing from sight again.
Wednesday 14 July 2004
We've seen it all before, of course. England in the finals, holding its own until the game goes to extra time. And then in the penalty shoot-outs, we fluff it.
Wednesday 14 July 2004
I first met Michael Adams at a tournament in London in the early 1980s when he was 11 or 12 years old. He had an adjourned game which I helped analyse and, although he eventually only drew, I formed a firm impression then of a boy so quiet, shy and apparently harmless that he was undoubtedly utterly deadly.
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Friday 19 July 2002
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