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Is the World Cup legacy worth it?

In order to host a World Cup, countries have to go through an arduous bidding process, competing against other nations for the prize of hosting the biggest sporting spectacle on Earth. However, more is promised than just a month-long festival of football. When any major sporting event takes place, a lot is said about the …

Daisy Welch

We will fight to defeat Russia: Cuper

Egypt’s head coach, Hector Cuper, said his team will seek victory over Russia and Saudi Arabia to maintain their hopes of qualifying for the next stage of the World Cup and go further in the tournament after a 28-year absence. He noted that the Egyptian team, despite Mohamed Salah’s absence, presented an outstanding performance in …

Alaa Moustafa

EFA appreciates FIFA’s efforts to facilitate following World Cup

The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) thanked the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) for its efforts to allow Arab fans, especially Egyptians, to follow the World Cup, according to a statement on Saturday. A disagreement had erupted between Egypt’s Competition Authority (ECA) and FIFA recently over the tournament’s broadcasting​ rights. The ECA said that FIFA …

Daily News Egypt

Talented players tipped to sparkle in Russia World Cup

Ahead of the tournament, which begins when hosts Russia take on Saudi Arabia on Thursday, Daily News Egypt sheds light on eight players predicted to shine at the World Cup. Porugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo The 21st World Cup edition can be Ronaldo’s, now 33, final one. The Portugese star will lead his team in a tough …

Daily News Egypt

Brazil has highest probability of winning World Cup: Goldman Sachs

Brazil will win its sixth World Cup title, defeating Germany in the final on July 15, according to the The World Cup and Economics report issued by the Goldman Sachs Group on Tuesday. “When Lionel Messi observed that ‘in football…talent and elegance mean nothing without rigor and precision,’ he was clearly thinking as much about …

Mohamed Samir