27.6 C
Tuesday, July 7, 2020
- Advertisement -




BREAKING: UEFA Champions League Sets For Return With New Rules

The UEFA Champions League has announced that the tournament will resume of the 7th of August, 2020. The Tournament which had earlier been suspended...

The only disease right now is Racism – Sterling

England and Manchester City Forward, Raheem Sterling, has said that the only disease right now is Racism.FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK TO RECEIVE MORE UPDATES...

Pep Guardiola loses Mother to Coronavirus

Manchester City's Manager Pep Guardiola loses Mother to Coronavirus Pandemic. His mother who resides in Barcelona, Spain was reported to have died...

List of Sport that has been suspended due to Coronavirus

List of Sports that has been suspended because of Coronavirus - The global spread of coronavirus has disrupted the  staging of sporting activities around...

Arsenal’s boss, Mikel Arteta has contracted Coronavirus

In the latest news around the sporting activities of the world, Arsenal's boss, Mikel Arteta has contracted Coronavirus. This is coming few...

UEFA ban: Be careful, Pep Guardiola warns Barcelona

Manchester City boss, Pep Guardiola warns Barcelona not to talk too loud after Barcelona's President Josep Bartomeu thaked UEFA for banning Manchester...

Man Utd breaks 22 years old record as they slump in derby clash

Man Utd Breaks 22 years old record as they slump in Derby Clash - In the first 45 minutes, the Red Devils crashed and burned against their noisy neighbors with an insipid performance. Manchester United put in their worst first-half performance at Old Trafford...

Complete list of 2019 CAF Awards winners

CAF Awards Winners 2019 - Sadio Mane and Asisat Oshoala were crowned African Player of the Year and African Women's Player of the Year at the 2019 CAF Awards held at the Albatros Citadel Sahl Hasheesh Resort in Hurghada, Egypt. The 28th edition of the CAF Awards honored African footballers and officials who distinguished themselves in 2019. Mane was crowned African Player of the Year by 477 votes ahead of his Liverpool teammate Mohamd Salah, 325 votes and Algerian Riyadh Mahrez, 267 votes. Oshoala was named African Women’s Player of the Year for the fourth time, equalling the record of her...