Bundesliga to resume?
Solomon Fowowe discusses Bundesliga's readiness to resume on May 9 pending government approval. Bundesliga CEO, Christian Seifert has said that the league will be ready to return to competitive action as early as May 9, although government approval will be required before an official decision is made.
US to probe if coronavirus came from Chinese lab, Security forces kill 18 as Nigeria enforces lockdown order and more
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Rohr's new contract: what's NFF playing at?
The President of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick has handed Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr some conditions before his contract could be renewed. Solomon Fowowe and Lolade Adewuyi talk about what the NFF is playing at with the new conditions.
Nigeria records four new cases of coronavirus, Buhari's daughter self-isolates after return from UK and more
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Ronaldinho will remain in Paraguay to help clarify the possession of an 'adulterated' passport
A lawyer for former Brazil striker Ronaldinho Gaucho said his client will remain in Paraguay to help police with their enquiries into why he entered the country in possession of an adulterated Paraguayan passport.
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More than football: Kurdish women win big with Syria title
Samar Sheikh's neighbours used to tell her football was not for girls but the criticism stopped when her team won the very first women's championship in Syria.
Italian football faces disruption as Salvini decree curbs hiring of foreign stewards
A few weeks before leaving the Italian government in September 2019, former interior minister Matteo Salvini signed a decree that effectively restricts the hiring of foreigners as stadium stewards. This "national preference" policy could disrupt the Italian football championship, which relies heavily on often poorly paid staff to assist spectators and security - a job that few Italians want to do. Some even fear that matches will soon have to be played behind closed doors - unless the government finds a way to accept foreign stewards.
Answering key questions on Man City's ban
Solomon Fowowe talks about the important questions about the ban on Manchester City Football Club.
Football sponsorship: Rwanda's controversial strategy to boost tourism
In an effort to boost its international image and attract more foreign visitors, the Rwandan government is investing heavily in football sponsorship. The "Visit Rwanda" slogan first became visible on Arsenal football jerseys thanks to a €34 million deal signed in May 2018. A similar contract was recently signed with French club Paris Saint-Germain. The strategy is already reaping results, but some observers say Rwanda should also be investing in improving its human rights record. FRANCE 24's Simon Wohlfahrt reports.