Sunday, February 25, 2018

African Football And European Poachers

BAMAKO -- The beautiful game. You know it's soccer. We have played ball since we were children and we've moved to love the game....

You Don’t Become a God Until You Rest in Peace – Muhammad Ali is...

Muhammad Ali (All Peace Be Upon You), You were the greatest. You saw the greatest. You dispatched the greatest. You taught the naïve, you defeated...

Two Ghanaians, Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari, Sink Barcelona

By ROB HUGHES: Two Ghanaians, Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari, struck fine opportunist goals. No Barcelona player — not Lionel Messi, Xavi Hernández, Andrés Iniesta or any of them — reached their level or was allowed to in A.C. Milan’s San Siro stadium on Wednesday.

Ghana Falls from Serial Favourites to Serious Flops

The tournament was being hosted in South Africa and the FA members took the team to U.A.E for acclimatization. For instance in 1992 the team went to Portugal ahead of Senegal games and that was better than U.A.E and South Africa.

Super Bowl 50 Was Rigged

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, U.S. -- Was Super Bowl 50 rigged? Was last year's Super Bowl rigged? Yes. Sorry if this is disappointing news (it...

Marshawn Lynch: I’m Just Here So I Don’t Get Fined

Why has Marshawn Lynch’s name been in the media so often lately? Part of the reasons is that the football sensation Seattle Seahawks have...

Mayweather vs. Pacquiao Fight On The Money

The highly anticipated fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao proved to be easy work for Mayweather. By the end of 12 rounds,...

Mario Balotelli, Liverpool Striker, To Be Punished For Saying His Mom Is Jewish

Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli has been forced to apologize for a post on social media which Jewish leaders in the UK insist appears to...

‘The Interrupters’ Stop Violence, Build Community

nspired by Alex Kotlowitz's New York Times Magazine article, The Interrupters immerses us into the tumultuous and at times surreal world of a few...

Who Should Play For Country?

Performing on the world stage, every player makes some decision to play for country, but which country? That is the question perpetually facing players who feel bound to multiple allegiances—whether by birth, residence, or family heritage—yet must salute one flag above all.