Sunday, September 23, 2018

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Football ‘miracle’ offers shared goal for war-torn Yemen

A “miracle” winning streak has propelled Yemen’s senior and youth football teams to the Asian Cup, catching the war-torn nation’s attention and offering a...

FIFA sacks those who EXPOSED corruption at Manama meeting.

FIFA sacks the leaders of ethics committee whose investigations resulted in the suspensions of senior corrupt officials within the organisation.In a statement released on...

Saudi cleric urges FIFA to BAN Christian players from making the...

FIFA has been urged to ban Christian players from making the sign of the cross after scoring a goal. A Muslim cleric from Saudi Arabia,...

Saudi: World Cup referee gets life ban for match-fixing attempt

Saudi Arabia has banned referee Fahad Al Mirdasi from football for life for a match-fixing attempt, weeks before he was due to fly to...

The two faces of the World Cup: Glamorous Russians share stands...

Football fans contrasted enormously as they cheered their teams in Moscow during Russia's demolition of Saudi Arabia in the opening game of the World Cup. In the...

Saudi fans set to miss World Cup opener as TV rights...

Millions of Saudi football fans face missing seeing their country playing the opening World Cup match against hosts Russia on TV due to a diplomatic...

Gaza police block women from attending football match

Police have blocked dozens of women from attending a football match in the Gaza Strip in what activists had hoped would have been the...

Qatar’s attempt to control world sports with $200+ BILLION spending spree

Barcelona star Neymar pictured with Jhenny Andrade.Qatar's worldwide spending spreeQatar may have found itself increasingly politically isolated in the Middle East over accusations of...

FIFA drops all Saudi referees from World Cup for match fixing

ZURICH (AP) - FIFA has dropped referee Fahad Al Mirdasi from the World Cup after he was banned from football for life in Saudi...

Saudi confiscates 4,000 devices for bootlegging sports channels during World Cup

JEDDAH: A new anti-piracy campaign toppled more than 4,000 devices in Saudi Arabia that hacked sports channels when agents conducted raids and confiscated them....
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