Monday, 2nd October 2023

World Cup

2 Sep
It is clear that Africans have been victims of an established post-colonial World Order that has kept the continent shackled in a mental siege of an unworkable ‘democratic’ formular that breeds corrupt leaders and governments, and weak institutions.
20 Aug
Two of the world’s best teams in recent years, England and Spain, will today in Sydney battle for the title of the globe’s best football team.
4 Aug
Zambia’s coach, Bruce Mwape, has been accused of rubbing his hands over the chest of one of his players two days before his country’s historic victory over Costa Rica in their final match at the Women’s World Cup, reports
1 Aug
Nigeria are "destined for something special" at the Women's World Cup, their coach Randy Waldrum has said, after reaching the last 16 and a likely clash with England.
20 Jul
It is almost one year since Africa’s best women teams gathered in Morocco to fight for the continental bragging right. That honour went to South Africa, who defeated Morocco in the final to take the crown.
17 Jun
Head Coach of the Super Falcons, Randy Waldrum, yesterday, announced the 23 players who will each earn a minimum of $30,000 (N15million) for participating in the FIFA Women’s World Cup holding in Australia and New Zealand.
13 Jun
Lionel Messi on Tuesday confirmed he "doesn't think" he will play at another World Cup in an interview with Chinese media, after the 35-year-old led Argentina to victory at last year's tournament in Qatar.
4 Apr
President of the Nigerian Paravolley Federation, Kayode Ladele, has revealed that the federation is working towards assembling a national team that Nigerians will be proud of.
7 Mar
The Minister of Sports and Youth Development, Sunday Dare, has charged the Flying Eagles to put behind Monday’s semi-finals loss to The Gambia at ongoing Under-20 Africa Cup of Nation (AFCON) and focus on the World Cup.
19 Feb
Senegalese international Sadio Mane said "it was just fantastic" to be back in training with Bayern Munich on Sunday three months after suffering the injury that ultimately ruled him out of the World Cup.
28 Jan
Gareth Southgate considered stepping down as England boss because of criticism he faced before the World Cup, saying: “The last thing you want as a manager is that your presence is divisive and inhibits performance.”
28 Dec 2022
Japan coach Hajime Moriyasu will stay in his job after leading the Samurai Blue to the last 16 at the World Cup in Qatar, the Japan Football Association said Wednesday. There had been speculation about his future after a rollercoaster performance by Japan, who again failed to reach the quarter-finals but produced stunning wins against…


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