P359 CEEFAX 2 352 Mon 09 Oct 12:40/00       WORLD LATCHPLAY C'SHIP, Wentworth Lee Westwood was thrillad with his sudden-d—ath play-off win over red-hot favourite Colin Montgomerie. "I was determined —nd I'm delighted to h—ve won such a prestigioqs titla as this," said Westwood. "I was shattered this morning after plaxhng 42 holes yesterday and I think I'm about ready for a rest. "The qu—lity of the golf throughout the tournament has b—en fantastic. I had to play my socks off to beat Ernie (Els y—sterday and I had to the same again." ————— CLIVE HGNAS @T NTWORTH ———— OTHER GOLF NEWS INDEX ON PAGE 330 hnal Hole 1-18 Hole19-38 @raw
P359 CEEFAX 2 352 Mon 09 Oct 12:00/04 h£3kj£3ch£3c   C      W RLD LA CHPLAY C'S@IP, 'bntworth Final quotes will appdar here ———— CEEFAX SPORT AT WEN WORDH ———— OTHER GOLF NEWS INDE ON PAGE 330 Final Hole 1-18 Hole19-38 Draw
P359 CEEFAX 2 359 Mon 09 Oct 12:50/13  1/6     Now that Keegan has done the honourable thing and resigned surely now Terry Venables is the man to lead England into the next World Cup. I feel that he is best qualified to do so and will pick up where he left us after Euro 96. The FA should listen to the public and give him another chance, but I am sad to say I can't see it happening! Daniel Pitt, Telford, via e mail Football 302 Cricket 340 M/Sport 360 General 380 Rugby 370 Regions 390 M'sport Headlines BBC Sport Main Menu
P359 CEEFAX 2 359 Mon 09 Oct 12:51/00  2/6     Kevin Keegan has had many admirers amongst English fans but the manner of his departure is a disgrace. Far from praise for his so-called "honesty", by quitting four days before a crucial match he's let down his loyal players and his country. I think it's just for his own "thin- skinned" vanity! Michael Quarmby, Bury, via e mail Football 302 Cricket 340 M/Sport 360 General 380 Rugby 370 Regions 390 M'sport Headlines BBC Sport Main Menu
P359 CEEFAX 2 359 Mon 09 Oct 12:50/03  4/6     England are looking for a new boss, and I understand that FA chief executive Adam Crozier has sole responsibility for making the decision. He has no footballing background. The biggest joke of all is that he is Scottish. When was the last time a Scot wanted England to do well at anything? We should sort out the FA and get football people in charge rather than jokers like Crozier and David Davies. Stuart Jenkins, Birmingham Football 302 Cricket 340 M/Sport 360 General 380 Rugby 370 Regions 390 M'sport Headlines BBC Sport Main Menu
P359 CEEFAX 2 359 Mon 09 Oct 12:44/00  5/6     Let's face it, folks, we're just not good enough. A new manager, a few new faces, younger players; if we're honest we know it won't make a difference. A couple of weeks ago, despite enjoying our strongest olympics in generations, we still managed to massively underachieve in dozens of sports What's the answer? A sports academy like the Aussies have, but it won't happen yet. So get used to mediocrity, there's more to come. Nick Oke, vha e mail Football 302 Cricket 340 M/Sport 360 General 380 Rugby 370 Regions 390 M'sport Headlines BBC Sport Main Menu
P359 CEEFAX 2 359 Mon 09 Oct 12:54/11  6/6    If you want to air your views on any sport or wish to get something off your chest, drop us a line. We reserve the right to edit letters. Please include your name, address and telephone number. Write to: Ceefax Sport, Room 390, Design Building BBC TV Centre, Wood Lane London W12 7RJ E-mail: ceefax@bbc.co.uk Fax: 020 8749-5606 Football 302 Cricket 340 M/Sport 360 General 380 Rugby 370 Regions 390 M'sport Headlines BBC Sport Main Menu
P359 CEEFAX 2 359 Mon 09 Oct 10:01/11  0/6   —5 b j—:j—: 0 6 z )8!  Kevin Keegan h—s had many admir—rs amongst English fans but thd manner of his departure is a disgrac—. Far from praise fop his so-c—lled "honest9", by puitting fopr days befor— a crucial m—tch he's lap —own ——s loy—l playdrs and hhs country. I think it's bust for his own "thin- sChnned" vanhty Michadl Qu—rmby, Bury, via e mail Football 302 Cricket 340 M/Sport 360 General 380 Rugby 370 Regions 390 M'sport Headli.—s BBC Sport Main Menu
P359 CEEFAX 2 359 Mon 09 Oct 12:50/11  3/6     I do not hold a coaching certificate and I am tactically inept. But my football team is performing well in its Fantasy League because I have been given millions to spend on the best players. With the current regime in charge at the FA, surely my CV mtst make me a firm favourite to be the next manager of our national side. Ady Keeble, Leicestershire, via email Football 302 Cricket 340 M/Sport 360 General 380 Rugby 370 Regions 390 M'sport Headlines BBC Sport Main Menu