3 hrs ago
Jamaica manager wants to pick Usain Bolt - " but could it really happen?
Now, it seems that Bolt's dream of playing top-level football looks like it might actually come true.
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7 hrs ago
CAF boss Hayatou sets World Cup semi-final target for Black Stars
CAF boss Issa Hayatou, has nudged the five African teams at the 2014 FIFA World Cup including the Black Stars of Ghana to strive to reach the last four.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Gulf viewers will get World Cup in Ultra-HD
Es'HailSat, a new satellite operator broadcasting over the complete MENA region, expects to be carrying 4K/Ultra-HD signals during this summer's Brazil FIFA World Cup tournament.
5 things to know about Barcelona vs. City
Barcelona won the first leg 2-0, so City will need to create plenty of goals at the Camp Nou to overturn the first-leg deficit.
The New Zealand Herald
Blanc dares not drop Ibrahimovic, even for a rest
Even though Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been hindered by a sore back and could do with a rest, coach Laurent Blanc will not sit him for the Champions League match against Bayer Leverkusen on Wednesday.
MPs 'worried' by racism claims
The Government has been urged to "eradicate any racism in the FA" by investigating Sol Campbell's claims that he would have captained England for longer had he been white.
World Cup 2014 - 93 days to go: 93,000 at the first final
The inaugural FIFA World Cup was held in 1930 in Uruguay between thirteen teams, mostly South American and at three venues from just one host city.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Zlatan demands Twitter changes its rules just to suit him
Never one to be modest, Sweden and Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has taken on social media giant Twitter, telling it to change its whole business model just to suit him.
World Cup 2014 countdown: Red mist descends on David Beckham in 1998
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Ghana FA president Kwesi Nyantakyi says Black Stars will win 2014 World Cup
Ghana Football Association president Kwesi Nyantakyi believes the Black Stars have the credentials to win the 2014 FIFA World Cup finals.
The New Zealand Herald
Soccer: Tottenham living to regret sale of Bale
Tottenham's gamble of selling Gareth Bale to Real Madrid and using the proceeds of the world-record fee to bolster its squad with a slew of new, expensive players has backfired.
Pele tells AFP the pressure is on Neymar...
The pressure will be on new hero Neymar to end Brazil's fear of failing on home territory at this year's World Cup, according to the country's all-time great Pele.
Kwesi Appiah Places 42nd In World Ranking Of National Team Coaches
The Head coach of Ghana Black Stars James Kwesi Appiah is currently ranked among top fifty national team coaches in the world.
World Cup on Television (1) - Francis Doku
Last week, we had one of the most interesting times since the inception of this column some 14 years ago when the piece on the current state of the Super Morning Show on Joy FM was put on the surgical table for dissection.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Argentina Football News
Roberto AYALA: "TEVEZ should be given a chance"
Roberto AYALA spoke about Carlos TEVEZ and who he thinks should be the next coach for Argentina.
The Toronto Star
Jermain Defoe arrives, set for first training with Toronto FC
England striker Jermain Defoe has arrived in Canada and is slated to train with Toronto FC for the first time Monday.
World Cup tune-up revelations-Portugal, Cameroon, and Ghana
Wednesday's FIFA friendlies avalanche produced more telling results than routine ones.
Is Eto'o's goal celebration the best ever?
Chelsea's Samuel Eto'o made light of manager Jose Mourinho's recent disparaging comments about his age by celebrating in cheeky fashion after putting his side ahead in their 4-0 win over Tottenham.
Aidan Smith - 'Nasty sting in the tale of two Man Utd midfielders'
THIS is a tale of two midfielders, both from Manchester United, one English and the other Scottish and as they return to the fold with their club you wonder if they'll be swapping notes on their respective international experiences, so dramatically different were they.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Jermain Defoe insists playing in Canada won't harm his World Cup chances with England
Defoe was an unused substitute for the Three Lions' 1-0 win over Denmark earlier this week, but still thinks he can make it on to the plane to Brazil But while the forward is fully aware of the risk he is taking by leaving the Premier League, he still thinks he has a shot of making the plane.