Friday, January 18, 2019

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As reported by, the Reds made a bid before the World Cup, but Bayern Munich refused to sell. Shaqiri has thus far failed to nail a regular starting spot on the German club’s teamsheet after arriving from Swiss club Basel.

He says he will consider renewing his contract during the winter break. Liverpool could make another move for him when the transfer window reopens.

Liverpool had cash to spend after the sale of Luis Suarez. perhaps their best player, to Barcelona.

That, coupled with the exits of Victor Moses and Iago Aspas, meant the Reds were short... Read More

FIFA World Cup Fever Invades Santa Monica Place

Santa Monica- For the past month or so, the Global soccer community had their eyes glued to televisions, computers, cell phones and/or had their ears close to the radio, for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

Depending on who one was cheering for, this journey featured many thrilling victories or devastating defeats. Overall, records crowds have been tuning into all or some matches that was televised or broadcast on the radio.

Santa Monica Place held a FIFA World Cup Viewing Party by Coca-Cola. The event took place in the... Read More editors believe this really isn’t a game which the Three Lions can afford to lose, not with the difficult challenge of Uruguay still come. It is a three horse race in Group D for the two qualifying spots and this is such a high pressured opener. Italy have been holding the upper hand in the outright match odds, but England have closed the gap, the closer that kick off has approached.

Italy are currently on a seven match international streak without having posted a win (D6 L1) and that should give England’s enterprising young attack plenty of heart. But England... Read More

Here are the few details of rugby game in the US that you must know.


In the US, the rugby sport has an ennobling history behind it. On 14th May, 1874, the Harvard University of the United States hosted the first recorded game with McGill University. Soon after, the Harvard and McGill game series raised interest about the game amongst the college students across the nation. With an increasing popularity of this game in USA, this game was included as a sport in the Olympics in four consecutive years between 1900 and 1924. The United States rugby team became victorious... Read More

Bring on the Games

49 years ago the first All Africa Games were held in Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo. Next year, the 50th anniversary of the games, the All Africa Games will return to the city that gave birth to them. Congo-Brazzaville is hosting the games in style, hiring French-Spanish architectural firm Independent Architectural Diplomacy (IAD) to build the athletic village. Village might be an understatement. IAD is constructing a city that spans both sides of the Congo River, which flows through Brazzaville. When completed, the stadium will be able to seat 68,406 spectators.... Read More


Well here we go again, Barcelona at home in the Champions League, I was there myself last year just got in for the display starting, main stand lower nearest the Jock Stein end, and I have never witnessed the ground like that or an atmosphere like it, I think anyone there that night will remember it for the rest of their life, it was just amazing, I don’t know if there are words to describe that night

So Tuesday 1st October, we do it all over again, and Barcelona have travelled with just 19 players, they are without a few defenders and Messi... Read More


Scottish Wing King James Forrest puts Celtic into the Champions League Group stages on the 92nd minute

CELTIC 3 (Commons 45+1, Samaras 48, Forrest 90+2)


CELTIC booked their place in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League for the second consecutive season in the most dramatic fashion, beating Shakhter Karagandy 3-0 at home.

The Hoops were trailing 2-0 from the first leg but a wonderful James Forrest winner two minutes into stoppage time added to Kris Commons and Georgios Samaras´ strikes on either side of... Read More

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