Liverpool and Egypt forward Mohamed Salah remains very positive of playing in the FIFA World Cup 2018 despite getting injured in the Champions League final against Real Madrid. Salah sustained a shoulder injury at Kiev Olumpic Stadium after a first-half challenge with Los Blancos captain Sergio Ramos. The English forward, who scored 44 goals for […]Continue Reading
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For the ninth time in the history of the biggest football event in the world, Budweiser will serve as the Official Beer of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Budweiser is the first of the group of FIFA World Cup sponsors to announce its sponsorship for the 2018 event, which includes the 2022 editions of the World Cup.
FIFA unveils Qatar Airways among its official Partners
As the World Cup 2018 in Russia fast approaches, FIFA announces Qatar Airways as one of its official event partners.
The partnership builds on the global airline’s ongoing support for major sporting events from across the globe. The award-winning airline will also support FIFA Club World Cup, FIFA Women’s World Cup, and above all the highly anticipated 2022 FIFA World Cup that is bound to take place in Qatar.
–PHOTO CREDIT: Daily Express Joe Gomez will be further assessed by Liverpool following his ankle injury during England’s International Friendly 1-0 victory against Netherlands in Amsterdam. The 20-year-old defender just managed to play in less than 10 minutes and was substituted by Harry Maguire after the incident in an aerial due, where he landed awkwardly. […]Continue Reading
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England manager Gareth Southgate plans to strengthen and get the national team even stronger incase star forward Harry Kane will miss the World Cup 2018 in Russia.
Kane, who currently scored 35 goals for Tottenham Hotspur this season, has been ruled out for England’s friendlies this March over Netherland and Italy due to ankle ligament injury.