World Cup 2022: OneLove campaign hit by threat of FIFA sanctions
26 November 2022 | 12:24 pm
Nations planning to wear a rainbow-themed One Love captain’s armband decided to back down on Monday. The seven countries have cited the threat of disciplinary action from world governing body FIFA for the decision.
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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.
While the EU is on course to wean itself off Russian fossil fuels, it's struggling to kick its nuclear habit. That's because Russia's nuclear industry still wields huge clout.
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.
Some say exports to the European Union are essential to provide a livelihood to ordinary people in Myanmar. Others argue that importing products plays into the junta's narrative that it's business as usual.
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.
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Supporters of Niger's junta planned a march in the capital Niamey on Thursday to protest sanctions and demand the departure of French troops, which are stationed in Niger to help it fight an Islamist insurgency.
Food prices have been rising rapidly since the Economic Community of West African States began pressuring coup leaders to reinstate President Mohamed Bazoum. Ordinary Nigeriens say they are already starting to feel the sting of ECOWAS sanctions.
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?
FIFA said on Friday it is investigating allegations of misconduct involving the Zambia team at the Women's Soccer World Cup, after the Guardian reported coach Bruce Mwape had allegedly rubbed his hands over the chest of one of his players.
Of all the teams that are played in the semifinal of the FIFA women's World Cup only Sweden ever played in the final before in the past. And now they play again in the semifinal against Spain and this is a preview of the game for you.
Something that England and Australia have in common is that they both face the Super Falcons of Nigeria and they give them the run for their money. But these two face a game in the semifinal of the FIFA Women's World Cup and we preview the game right here for you.
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