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Strachan still the man for Scotland coaching job: chief

6 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Glasgow (AFP) – Gordon Strachan will remain as Scotland coach despite a poor 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign with Scottish Football Association president Alan McRae declaring he could still get them to the finals. Strachan — who had...Show More Summary

Camacho set to become Gabon football coach

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Paris (AFP) – José Antonio Camacho is set to become the new coach of Africa Cup of Nations host Gabon, the Spaniard told AFP on Saturday. Camacho, 61, was in the capital Libreville on Saturday with the president of the country’s federation to sign a contract that will see him succeed Portuguese Jorge Costa in the dugout. Show More Summary

Putin pledges swift fix to St Petersburg stadium issues

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Moscow (AFP) – President Vladimir Putin on Friday assured FIFA boss Gianni Infantino that problems with the World Cup venue in the northwestern city of Saint Petersburg would be solved by the end of the year.  “It’s a very sad story,”...Show More Summary

Putin promises troubled World Cup stadium will be ready

Russian President Vladimir Putin has promised FIFA that a much-delayed stadium in St. Petersburg will be ready in time to host Confederations Cup and World Cup matches. The 69,000-seat stadium … Click to Continue »

Russia’s Putin to meet FIFA chief Infantino

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Moscow (AFP) – Russian president Vladimir Putin will meet FIFA chief Gianni Infantino in Moscow on Friday ahead of this weekend’s draw for the Confederations Cup, the Kremlin announced on Thursday. “The head of state will meet the FIFA...Show More Summary

FIFA boss Infantino confronts numbers game in World Cup expansion

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Paris (AFP) – FIFA president Gianni Infantino said Wednesday that everyone agrees on the need to expand the World Cup finals but there are divisions on whether there should be 40 or 48 teams. Infantino campaigned for the FIFA leadership this year on the back of adding to the 32 nations at the current World Cup. Show More Summary

FIFA chief Infantino kicks off talks on World Cup expansion

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Paris (AFP) – FIFA president Gianni Infantino wrapped up the first of 11 executive meetings with federation representatives Wednesday by saying those gathered in Paris were all in favour of expanding the World Cup. Infantino is all for growing the cash cow tournament from 32 to as many as 48 teams. Show More Summary

FIFA chief Infantino wants video refs for next World Cup

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Paris (AFP) – FIFA president Gianni Infantino says he is in favour of introducing video refereeing for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, after previously expressing fears it would break up games too much. The head of world football’s governing...Show More Summary

FIFA President wants to expand the Club World Cup from 7 to 32 teams

FIFA president Gianni Infantino By Roland Kesler Friday, November 18th, 2016 16:08 Tournament expansion FIFA president Gianni Infantino has proposed a 32-team expansion to the FIFA Club World Cup in 2019. Despite its name, the Club World Cup is not highly regarded by football fans.In almost every edition, the continental champions of Europe and South America […]

What we learned from Costa Rica laying a 4-0 beating on the USMNT

The United States men's national team is in big trouble in the Hex. Before this round of World Cup qualifiers, U.S. Soccer president made it very clear that Jurgen Klinsmann's job was not on the line. "We have not had a coach in 27 years that has started World Cup qualifying and not finished World Cup qualifying," Gulati said. Show More Summary

CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers: USA vs Mexico set for heated encounter after Donald Trump becomes the 45th president

2 weeks agoSports / Football : Soccerlens

The CONCACAF Hexagonal World Cup qualifying opener between the US national team and arch-rival Mexico on November 11, 2016 is going to be a tense affair after Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States. On November 8, 2016, Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the US election to become the new President of the United States. Show More Summary

U.S. Soccer Federation on Donald Trump: 'We'll work with him'

The U.S. Soccer Federation hasn’t decided if it will bid for the rights to stage the 2026 World Cup. And if it does, federation President Sunil Gulati said Friday, he hasn’t decided if he’ll invite Mexico or Canada — or both — to join him in a joint bid. What Gulati and the federation have decided,...

Liechtenstein vs. Italy: World Cup 2018 Qualifying Live Stream, Preview

Italy can seize control of Group G by beating Liechtenstein in their FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifier at the Rheinpark Stadion on Saturday. Azzurri manager Giampiero Ventura has selected an experienced squad and has presided over an unbeaten run in the last three matches. Show More Summary

Trump vote won’t affect US World Cup bid decision

3 weeks agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Columbus (AFP) – The election of Donald Trump as President of the United States would not impact any decision the country may make to bid for the 2026 World Cup, US Soccer Federation president Sunil Gulati said on Friday. The US is considered favourite to host the tournament with the bidding process expected to get under way next year. Show More Summary

Will the Trump presidency impact U.S. bid to host 2026 World Cup?

Ahead of the U.S.-Mexico showdown Friday night in Columbus, U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati met with several journalists to discuss a wide-range of topics, most notably the impact of the presidential election on a potential bid to host the 2026 World Cup. In June, Gulati had said: “The world’s perception of the United States […]

Tottenham’s Jan Vertonghen continues to joke about president-elect Donald Trump

Jan Vertonghen after Holland 1 – Belgium 1 By Ben Green Thursday, November 10th, 2016 10:36 Can Belgium win the World Cup? One of the first footballers to express their disgust at the election of Donald Trump to US president was Tottenham central defender Jan Vertonghen. See: Tottenham’s Jan Vertonghen calls the US election ’embarrassing’. […]

CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers: USA vs Mexico set for heated encounter after Donald Trump becomes the 45th president

3 weeks agoSports / Football : Soccerlens

CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers: USA vs Mexico set for heated encounter after Donald Trump becomes the 45th president - originally posted on Soccerlens.com The CONCACAF Hexagonal World Cup qualifying opener between the US national team...Show More Summary

Grace Notes: How a Shop Owner in the Hamptons Knows Who Will Be President

In every presidential race since 2004, Valerie Smith has tracked the number of candidate cups sold at her store, the Monogram Shop. So far, she has predicted every election.

Argentina, Uruguay reiterate hopes to co-host 2030 World Cup

The presidents of Argentina and Uruguay say they are still planning to go ahead with a bid to co-host the 2030 World Cup. Argentina President Mauricio Macri says the South … Click to Continue »

Issues with possible limitations on Sprint Cup competitors in Xfinity, Truck

According to NASCAR Executive Vice President and Chief Racing Development Officer Steve O’Donnell on Sirius/XM NASCAR Radio on Monday, NASCAR’s considering changes when it comes to Sprint Cup Series drivers and/or teams competing in the Xfinity and/or Camping World Truck series. O’Donnell hinted that change(s) could be coming soon but didn’t specify exactly what the [...]

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