Football without fans? Coronavirus rocks sporting world
20 May 2020 | 12:34 pm
Is it too soon for Project Restart? The English Premier League is taking its cue from the Bundesliga and allowing teams to resume training but is it still football when the Covid-19 pandemic forces matches to be played before empty stadiums? When’s the right time to return? With guests that include England and Chelsea goalkeeper Carly Telford, François Picard's panel reflects on what life under lockdown has been like for both players and fans.
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Greeting and gesturing towards the crowd, Cruise walked around the outside of the Hassler Roma hotel's entrance along with several security personnel.
As football clubs form their teams for next season, more and more of them are turning to a digital marketplace to see which players they could sign on. Charles Pellegrin talks to Frederik Broholt, commercial vice president of TransferRoom. Also, we take a look at the historic deal that reduces Ecuador’s debt burden and guarantees better protection of the Galapagos ecosystem.
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.
South America's poorest neighborhoods have birthed some of its greatest soccer stars, from Maradona to Pele, who often spur local pride and invest back into their communities. But with the professionalization of the women's sport still in its earliest years and wages lagging far behind men's salaries, making it big through soccer is still a far-off dream for women in South America's barrios.
Supporters gear up for the the Women's World cup match between co-hosts Australia and Ireland at Stadium Australia in Sydney.
Fans arriving for the Women’s World Cup match between co-hosts New Zealand and Norway at Eden Park in Auckland said they felt safe following a shooting in the country’s largest city earlier on Thursday.
Just hours before the official start of the legendary Wacken heavy metal festival in northern Germany, organizers turned away fans due to chaos caused by extreme rain.
Gianluigi Buffon helped Italy achieve victory at the 2006 FIFA World Cup. The 45-year-old is the most capped player in Italy's history with 176 appearances for the Azzurri and a 10-time Serie A champion with Juventus.
The interest rate was increased to an anticipated 5.25%, the bank's 14th hike in a row. The bank is expected to continue with its policy of hiking the interest rate in the next months to combat inflation.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria reached the FIFA Women's World Cup last 16 with its next match going down on Monday against England. And the question on everyone's lips as we review the game is how will the Super Falcon come out of the game as the winner?
8 year old Nigerian chess prodigy pushes for more young players because ''it can make the world better''
In the bustling suburb of Kubwa, just outside Nigeria's capital, Abuja, an 8-year old chess prodigy is making her mark by using the ancient board game as a tool for change and empowerment. Ivie Urieto has been conquering both local and online chess competitions with her skills and unwavering determination.
'Go Caster, go!' S.Africa fans say after Semenya wins human rights challenge against World Athletics
South Africans in Johannesburg praised Olympic champion Caster Semenya on Tuesday (July 11) after Europe's top human rights court ruled she should be given a new chance to fight a requirement that female athletes with high natural testosterone take drugs to lower it.
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