Marseille Claw Back Draw

Marseille Claw Back Draw

🕔10:31, 27.Aug 2018

By Satish Sekar at the Stade Vélodrome © Satish Sekar (August 27th 2018) Jeers and Cheers Olympique de Marseille defied the odds to claim a 2-2 draw against Sabri Lamouche’s Stade Rennes last night, but it seemed a defeat. Trailing

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Sport can change the Black person’s world!

Sport can change the Black person’s world!

🕔18:23, 26.Aug 2018

Once upon a time, Sport bared its fangs. It clearly demonstrated that it has the power to change the world’s dynamics. I was there. In fact, I was a participant – a sacrificial lamb. Let me tell you the story.

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Victor Moses and the burden of being captain!

Victor Moses and the burden of being captain!

🕔18:12, 26.Aug 2018

He is 27 years old. Under normal circumstances, no player voluntarily retires from international football at an age that he is at his very best – experienced, mature, exposed, comfortable and at the peak of his physical fitness. So, to

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Catastrophic Defeat for Nice

Catastrophic Defeat for Nice

🕔16:57, 26.Aug 2018

By Satish Sekar at the Allianz Riviera © Satish Sekar (August 25th 2018) Sharp Learning Curve OGC Nice coach Patrick Vieira described tonight’s 4-0 defeat to Dijon as “catastrophic”. His first taste of European management is giving the former Arsenal

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Heads Screwed On

Heads Screwed On

🕔16:47, 26.Aug 2018

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (August 24th 2018) Fekir’s Return The ‘African’ World Cup winner Nabil Fekir made his long awaited return to action tonight – a cameo rather than star turn, but very welcome nevertheless. After 79 minutes,

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Sports and Education– keys to the kingdom of the youths!

Sports and Education– keys to the kingdom of the youths!

🕔12:27, 25.Aug 2018

It is the little things that matter the most in life.   Attention to the small details changes lives and makes the biggest difference.  Two of late Nelson Mandela’s greatest quotes come to mind. The first is: ‘Education is the most

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Classless

Classless

🕔23:08, 23.Aug 2018

Editorʼs Note The jailing of José Maria Marin, corrupt and venal former President of the Brasilian Football Federation, is welcome, but let’s not forget his past. He was an apologist for notorious torturer, Sérgio Fleury, and gave a speech that targeted

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Never Too Late

Never Too Late

🕔21:46, 23.Aug 2018

Editor’s Note: Five years we published this article. We published it again on the eve of the World Cup. The problems that plague Brasil’s economy and society remain, and Brasil outrageously replaced the legitimate government of Dilma Rousseff with the

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Football Should Do More

Football Should Do More

🕔23:57, 19.Aug 2018

By Satish Sekar in Tallinn © Satish Sekar (August 19th 2018) Shocking Unfortunately horror stories, once sporting careers end, are more common than they should be. I’ve seen a few on my travels. For me, it started with former Zambia

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Legion Vanquishes Vaprus in Estonian Cup

Legion Vanquishes Vaprus in Estonian Cup

🕔10:51, 19.Aug 2018

By Satish Sekar in Stadion Wismari, Tallinn © Satish Sekar (August 17th 2018) Tallinna JK Legion advanced to the last 16 of the Estonian Cup in style tonight with a 3-0 win over Meistriliiga outfit Vaprus 3-0. Although coach, Denis

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