World Cup hosts claim no racist incidents took place last season
Friday 16th Jun 2017
posted by Kadeem Simmonds in Sport
ITUC general secretary Sharan Burrow told the Star yesterday that more “still needs to be done to end abuses” of workers building stadiums for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Human Rights Watch said on Wednesday that Fifa was “coming up short” when it came to...
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The BBC will broadcast every game from the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France as part of a new deal which will see extensive coverage across TV, radio and online, it was announced yesterday.
England’s Lionesses reached the semi-finals of the 2015 World Cup in Canada, with a...
Tuesday 7th Mar 2017
ASIF BURHAN was in Zurich for Fifa’s 48-team World Cup announcement, which has not been well-received by fans and the media
Wednesday 11th Jan 2017
An association comprising some of the top clubs in Europe yesterday slammed the Fifa Council’s backing for an expanded 48-team World Cup.
It was confirmed that Fifa president Gianni Infantino’s idea to increase the number of participating nations at the finals from 32 to 48...
Campaigners and activists say law reforms may not be positive
Tuesday 13th Dec 2016
Carlos Alberto, the captain of Brazil’s 1970 World Cup-winning side, died yesterday aged 72, his former club Santos announced.
The defender scored one of the most memorable goals in the history of the World Cup sealing the 4-1 win over Italy in the 1970 final in Mexico City, when...
Wednesday 26th Oct 2016
Gordon Strachan admits his Scotland team selections are taking longer than ever as he wrestles with some dilemmas ahead of the World Cup contest with Lithuania.
The Scotland manager watched his three left-backs produce the most impressive week of training he has ever seen, but it is...
Saturday 8th Oct 2016
Russia and Qatar fiasco has helped clean up game, says Fifa VP
Thursday 6th Oct 2016
Coleman names largely unchanged line-up for first 2018 World Cup qualifier
Thursday 25th Aug 2016