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MOROCCO KEEP AFRICA’S WORLD CUP HOPES ALIVEMorocco advanced to their first-ever Fifa World Cup quarter-final after defeating Spain 3-0 in a penalty shootout on Tuesday night.
What South Africa can learn from the World CupIf there's anything that the South African Football Association (Safa) can learn from the Fifa World Cup in Qatar is that it has to upgrade its scouting department, writes Menzi Magubane.
Portugal smash Switzerland for six without RonaldoPortugal’s young striker Goncalo Ramos filled Cristiano Ronaldo’s boots and some with a hat-trick in a 6-1 victory over Switzerland on Tuesday night.
Zim club backs player jailed for drug dealingZimbabwe Premier Soccer League side Harare City FC has thrown its weight behind their player Jerry Chipangura following his imprisonment for peddling drugs.
English fans wage war against French breadEngland supporters will not eat baguettes and croissants ahead of their quarter-final clash against France this week.
Eddie Jones out in the wilderness, England rudderlessThe only surprise about Eddie Jones’ sacking is that it happened on Tuesday and not on Monday.
The right guy for Wales RugbyWhile the rugby world was holding its breath to hear about the firing of Eddie Jones, over in Wales things happened with deadly speed.
Mighty Brazil send South Korea packingIt was a destructive display from the Brazilians, with Neymar returning to both the starting eleven and the scoresheet in a 4-1 win over the Korea Republic.
The crucial transfer calls Arthur Zwane should makeAfter signing nine players before the start of the 2022/23 season, Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane is facing another huge task to adjust his squad from January to June 2023.
Load shedding robs boxing fans of thrilling fightLoadshedding cost enthusiastic fans an electrifying boxing match at a packed Multipurpose Hall in Nongoma, northern KwaZulu-Natal on Sunday afternoon.
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