Arsène Wenger on his management style and the Women’s World Cup
27 June 2019 | 11:52 am
Arsène Wenger on his management style and the Women's World Cup.
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FIFA had been holding out for more money from several major European free-to-air broadcasters, threatening not to sell broadcast rights to the competition at all. The news comes just weeks before kickoff.
Nigerians have continued to set targets for the Super Falcons of Nigeria as they seek to bring home the FIFA Women's World Cup jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand later this month.
Ayomide Sotubo on this edition of The Nutmeg talks about the Five players to watch out for at the coming FIFA Women's World Cup to be played in 10 different stadiums across Australia and New Zealand.
The event is scheduled to take place over a period of a month, from 20 July to 20 August in Australia and New Zealand. This Women's World Cup will be the first co-hosted tournament, and also the first seniors World Cup to be held across multiple confederations.
Morocco, Zambia, South Africa and Nigeria are competing at this year's Women's Football World Cup which starts on July 20. Nigeria's team is led by Onome Ebi, who will be taking part in her sixth World Cup tournament — an African record.
As the 2023 Women's World Cup kicks off in New Zealand, we take a look back at the struggle between FIFA and national broadcasters over TV rights. With FIFA reportedly aiming for $300 million in global media rights, broadcasters were reluctant to meet its price demands, leading to fears of a media blackout.
The Super Falcons carry the hopes of our nation on their shoulders in Australia and New Zealand as they open their World Cup campaign with the daunting task of facing Olympic Champions, Canada on Friday morning.
Australia oppose a standard test to the Super Falcons more than Canada did. And that is without a doubt on this episode of The Nutmeg, we'll preview the seven games of Randy Ru's team at the FIFA Women's World Cup.
Nigeria produced the first major shock of the Women's World Cup as they stunned Australia 3-2 on Thursday to leave the co-hosts' tournament hopes on thin ice.
The Women's World Cup is giving the Nigerian community in Australia the chance to celebrate their culture and cheer on their team, as DW found out in Melbourne.
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