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    Unconvincing Wales Keep Hopes Alive

    Unconvincing Wales Keep Hopes Alive

    🕔08:13, 9.Sep 2019

    By Satish Sekar at Cardiff City Stadium © Satish Sekar (September 6th 2019) Just After a disappointing summer campaign, Ryan Giggs saw his young Wales team keep their hopes of qualification for Euro 2020 alive. Wales beat Azerbaijan, rated 109

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    Marseille Spoil Nice’s Day

    Marseille Spoil Nice’s Day

    🕔16:13, 29.Aug 2019

    By Satish Sekar at the Allianz Riviera © Satish Sekar (August 28th 2019) Fighting Spirit 75 years ago, today, the people of Nice, fed up of waiting for Allied troops to arrive, took matters into their hands and forced the

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    Champions Humbled

    Champions Humbled

    🕔19:35, 17.Aug 2019

    By Satish Sekar in Denizli © Satish Sekar (August 16th 2019) Beaten Defending champions Galatasaray could not have had a worse start to the defence of their Süper Lĺg crown. Denĺzlĺspor beat the champions 2-0 thanks to two goals as

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    Female Officials to make History in Istanbul

    Female Officials to make History in Istanbul

    🕔19:59, 14.Aug 2019

    By Satish Sekar in Istanbul © Satish Sekar (August 14th 2019) Making History Liverpool and Chelsea will contest the UEFA Supercup in Istanbul tonight. It will make history as Stéphanie Frappart will lead an all-female team of officials on the

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    Game-Changer

    Game-Changer

    🕔16:48, 14.Jul 2019

    By Satish Sekar in Cairo © Satish Sekar (July 12th 2019) Fine Margins Tunisia’s Carthage Eagles ended Madagascar’s fairy-tale last night, and will face Sénégal in the semi-final of the Africa Cup of Nations on Bastille Day. They got there

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    The Dark Arts

    The Dark Arts

    🕔20:41, 13.Jul 2019

    By Satish Sekar in Cairo © Satish Sekar (July 13th 2019) Blatant June 25th 1982, ‘The Disgrace of Gijón’ robbed Algeria of the chance to progress as eventual finalists, West Germany, and Austria, knowing the result that suited both, as

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    Minnows No More

    Minnows No More

    🕔20:55, 11.Jul 2019

    By Satish Sekar in Cairo © Satish Sekar (July 11th 2019) Respect Alain Giresse, once part of a divine French midfield triumvirate that included Jean Tigana and former UEFA President, Michel Platini, is well travelled in African football. Now coaching

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    Baxter on VAR, Apologies and Consequences

    Baxter on VAR, Apologies and Consequences

    🕔19:44, 10.Jul 2019

    By Satish Sekar at the Cairo International Stadium © Satish Sekar (July 10th 2019) Baxter on VAR Tonight, the Bafana Bafana play Nigeria’s Super Eagles in a quarter-final of the 32nd Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON). They have not had

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    VAR Appears at AFCON

    VAR Appears at AFCON

    🕔18:24, 10.Jul 2019

    By Satish Sekar in Cairo International Stadium © Satish Sekar (July 10th 2019) Surprise VAR, absent when needed earlier, makes its first appearance today. And one match is intriguing. Nigeria and South Africa will meet for the third time in

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    Zambia’s Iconic Captain Dies

    Zambia’s Iconic Captain Dies

    🕔21:10, 5.Jul 2019

    By Satish Sekar in Egypt © Satish Sekar (June 29th 2019) Zambian Legend Dickson Makwaza, the longest serving captain Zambia ever had, died in his sleep aged 76 in the early hours of June 29th. Makwaza led Zambia to one

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