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Eyes on People’s Champ, War Eagle

By Kent Layne Two Derby winners will face off against each other in...

Not a moment to waste

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Unite activism to end violence against women and girls

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Stop watering down the designation ‘Doctor’

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Boundary rope – still there?

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Samba kings delight in the second half

by Anmar Goodridge-Boyce Brazil have arrived in grand style at the...

Japanese leave Germans shellshocked

by Anmar Goodridge-Boyce The giant killers are out and about. If you...

#BTEditorial – World Cup 2022: May the football games...

Few things bring people together like sport does. Notwithstanding the...

Tomorrow’s games

Wednesday, November 23 Group E: Germany vs. Japan (Khalifa...

Argentina off to a ‘Messi’ start

by Anmar Goodridge-Boyce Nobody saw this coming. The odds were 500 to...

Brazil intent on playing attacking football

DOHA – Brazil will attack against Serbia in their opening World...

Wales, USA draw in opening match

Gareth Bale rode to Wales’ rescue once again as the captain’s late...

Dutch win as goalkeeper blunders hurt Senegal

Two late goals from the Netherlands sealed a crucial 2-0 victory in...

England dominant against outclassed Iran

England’s Fifa World Cup campaign opened in thoroughly convincing...

World Cup groups and preliminary matches

Group A: Equador, Netherlands, Qatar, Senegal Group B: England, IR...

Football without booze

DOHA – Alcoholic beer will not be sold at Qatar’s World...

Vinicius Jr. using football for greater good

TURIN, Italy – Vinicius Jr. is the symbol of Brazil’s...

World Cup 2022 – Qatar’s moment of truth

DOHA – After a bumpy road to the World Cup marked by criticism...

‘Money driving current generation’

West Indies legend Shivnarine Chanderpaul believes several of the...
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