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Arrests, revelations, resignations: 2015 was a year that shook FIFA and the German FA to their very foundations. With scandals still in high gear, the fun promises to continue into 2016.
New head coaches, remarkable comebacks and a magical nine minutes. At the end of the first half of the 2015-16 Bundesliga season, it’s time to look back and take stock of what has happened in Germany’s top flight.
He’s finally gone, and the football world has breathed a collective sigh of relief. However, the ban imposed onJoseph S. Blatter is nowhere near the end of the story, according to DW sports editor Joscha Weber.
Joseph Blatter has pledged to fight the eight-year ban handed down to him by FIFA’s Ethics Committee with all means at his disposal. He also reiterated earlier assertions that he had done nothing wrong.
Egyptian weightlifter Mohamed Ihab took the silver medal in the Clean and Jerk 77 kg category at the World Weightlifting Championships 2015 held in Houston, Texas in the US on Friday, after the original silver medalist was suspended. Ihab aslo won a bronze medal for the total 363 kg category, thereby setting the national, African, …
The Swiss racing team Kessel Racing has won the fifth “Gulf 12 Hours” endurance circuit race in Abu Dhabi, beating off stiff competition from Germany’s Black Falcon team. Davide Rigon crossed the winning line for Kessel, driving the Ferari 458, number 11. This is Kessel Racing’s third win in the competition, which sees 12 teams …
A former star with the Brazilian national team and the Premier League’s Arsenal FC, Gilberto Silva, 39, announced his decision to retire from football, after a 20-year career. Over the past two years Silva has been bothered by a chronic knee injury, preventing him from regular time on the pitch. Silva won the World Cup, …
After Kobe Bryant announced his plans to retire at the end of this season, basketball fans have been flocking to National Basketball Association (NBA) arenas to watch an iconic player perform for the last time.
The Egyptian national team won the last Arab Bridge Championship, which included the teams of all Arab countries and was held in Sharm El-Sheikh in 2009.
More technology comes the cry! Many fans will remember when England’s Frank Lampard was denied a goal at the 2010 World Cup, but after a successful 2014 tournament, more technology is expected.
Augsburg beat the odds to qualify for the knockout stages, scoring two necessary goals to sink Serbia’s Partizan. Schalke cruise to a group victory after beating Asteras Tripolis.
Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema has been suspended from France’s national team. This comes amid a scandal involving an attempt to blackmail one of his France teammates.
The indictment shows that three sums of money were offered to FIFA’s former vice-president, Jack Warner, who has been banned from all football-related roles for life.
The Egyptian Bridge Federation’s current Administrative Manager Waleed Menyawi spoke to Daily News Egypt to introduce this intellectual sport to readers.
Egyptian football appears to have failed at all its attempt to escape the disappointment over the past few years. It is very clear to all observers that administrative errors and the failure of the Egyptian Football Association (EFA) is the common factor in all the letdowns of Egyptian football over the past four years. However, …
Several nations refused to participate, citing security concerns
Al-Zamalek exiting Al-Ahram contributed to increasing its sponsorship to EGP 50m
The “undisputed” Jamaican-native champion was 40 years of age.
Of Egypt’s adult team of 14 players, seven male players and seven female players, seven players were part of Heliopolis Sporting Club (HSC).