MAGNIFICENT SEVEN BID FOR EURO GLORY!; Seven English Clubs, Led by Premiership Champions Manchester United, Aim to Frighten the Pants off the Giants of Continental Soccer by Taking the European Competitions by Storm. Here STEVE BATES, the People's Chief Northern Soccer Writer, Assesses Their Chances

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MAGNIFICENT SEVEN BID FOR EURO GLORY!; Seven English Clubs, Led by Premiership Champions Manchester United, Aim to Frighten the Pants off the Giants of Continental Soccer by Taking the European Competitions by Storm. Here STEVE BATES, the People's Chief Northern Soccer Writer, Assesses Their Chances


Bates, Steve, The People (London, England)


UEFA Cup

LIVERPOOL:

Roy Evans and his Spice Boys lead English hopes in this competition - but even the mighty Merseysiders will have their work cut out to win this trophy.

Why? Well just look at the line-up from Italy going into the draw - Inter Milan, Lazio, Sampdoria and Udinese!

Atletico Madrid and Deportivo La Coruna head the Spanish charge to demonstrate why it'll take something special to win this one.

But if Robbie Fowler gets his shooting boots on and new signing Paul Ince exerts an influence Liverpool should have a decent run.

UEFA Cup

LEICESTER:

It's not what Leicester will make of Europe - more the other way around!

Martin O'Neill and his scuffling, scrapping band of grafters deserved their shot at Europe after a great first season back in the Premiership. Their Wembley Cup win over Middlesbrough was a moment to savour but my guess is they won't have much to cheer in this company.

Still, it'll be great experience - and a distraction from what could turn out to be another survival battle next season.

European Cup

NEWCASTLE UTD:

As runners-up in the Premiership, Kenny Dalglish and his team face a tricky qualifying tie against either Partizan Belgrade or Croatia Zagreb before going into the proper draw.

But with Alan Shearer leading the front line it seems odds-on the Toon Army will make the main event - even if progression later will be tougher.

Dalglish won Euro medals galore as a Liverpool player but in management it's been a different story.

And after poor recent performances abroad Newcastle can't have too much hope - especially as this time they're in with the real European big boys.

UEFA Cup

ASTON VILLA:

Boss Brian Little will look to a pounds 17 million twin strike force of Stan Collymore and Dwight Yorke to fire the Euro bullets for Villa. …

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