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Rehhagel up with Greek gods

Greece's German mentor Otto Rehhagel, above, and Portugal's Brazilian boss Luis Felipe Scolari were the standouts of the series but Rehhagel gets the nod for claiming glory for his unheralded side.

Rehhagel turned Greece into the biggest giant killer in a European championship with solid, rather than spectacular, virtues. For Greece, the team cheap nhl jerseys is more important than the individual, with work rate, organisation and determination is prized above all else.

Had the final gone the other way and with Portugal having 19 shots at goal to Greece's two, and forcing 10 corners to one, it will feel aggrieved that it didn't Scolari would have been the pick. The Brazilian, who won the last World Cup with his native country and has been criticised in the past for putting too much of a premium on defence, had to gamble after Portugal lost its first game and fell behind England in that epic quarter final. He made wholesale changes after the first defeat, hauling off Luis Figo and replacing him with Helder Postiga, who was regarded as a joke in England after his big money move to Tottenham turned sour. Scolari's judgement was vindicated when Postiga scored against England.

This has been the tournament where the unsung heroes, such cheap nhl jerseys for sale as Portuguese midfielder

Maniche and Greek centre back Traianos Dellas, a towering figure who was a bulwark

in his side's ironclad defence, became stars. It was also where extreme youth

was given its head.

In England's Wayne Rooney and Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo, left, Euro 2004 unveiled two teenagers who, should they stay fit and healthy, cheap nba jerseys free shipping could become key figures on the world stage for the next decade or more.

Rooney, 18, illuminated his team, scoring goals, running at defenders and playing

deft passes, flicks and one twos when he dropped into a deeper, linking role.

How much England relies on him was shown by the way it played when he was forced

to leave the field after less than half an hour of the quarter final againstRonaldo, 19, has also been a talismanic figure for his country.

Maniche played 567 minutes out of a possible 570 and scored two goals, the second, a searing strike against the Netherlands in the semi final, one of the goals of the tournament. Dellas, who struggles to get a game for his club side Roma, was calm and assured marshalling the Greek defence en route to the final, scoring the silver goal winner against the Czechs that got it there.

But for his excitement and the anticipation he generates when he runs at players with the ball, the vote must go to Cristiano cheap nba jerseys wholesale Ronaldo.

Where to start? David Beckham's penalties, most of the French stars, Raul Gonzalez

and most of his Spanish colleagues, Christian Vieri, cheap nhl jerseys free shipping the Azzuri and its ludicrousangst of seeing Josip Simunic in a Croatian, rather than a Socceroo, shirt.

There were howlers and horrors to pick from, but the award goes to Germany,

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The Czechs showed the world just what they were capable of when coming from two goals down to edge out Holland 3 2 in a five goal thriller in the group phase of the competition. Zinedine Zidane didn't do much, but his timing was exquisite when he struck twice in stoppage time to give France a 2 1 win over England in their first game.

Portugal, inspired by Figo, produced a power performance (and through Maniche one of the goals of the tournament) in the 2 1 semi final victory over Holland.