Tag: soccer

Pogba’s renaissance comes at perfect time for Man Utd

Paul Pogba is back in form for Manchester United at just the right time as the Premier League leaders prepare for Sunday's FA Cup...

‘Not on pitch but on console’: Euro 2020 kicks off without footballers

by Yassine KHIRI Euro 2020 may have been swept from the calendar due to coronavirus, but UEFA's video-game eTournament version kicks off on Saturday regardless. Instead...

‘I should have scored more goals’ – Rooney

Wayne Rooney may be Manchester United and England's record goalscorer but he still believes he should have found the back of the net more...

Wendy Jacobs and 200 others become Singaporean citizens

South Africa-born and long-time Singapore resident Wendy Jacobs has become a Singapore citizen. Ms Jacobs, 46, joined 200 other new citizens to collect their documents and...

Solskjaer does not fear for his future at Man Utd despite sackings

by Alam KHAN Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he does not fear for his future as Manchester United manager despite a spate of Premier League sackings...

Ballon d’Or showing can spur Liverpool to more success, says Van Dijk

Virgil van Dijk said that seeing four Liverpool players finish in the top 10 in the ranking for this year's Ballon d'Or can be...

Pogba included in Man Utd squad for pre-season tour amid transfer talk

Paul Pogba has been included in Manchester United's squad for their pre-season tour despite the France star's apparent desire to leave the Premier League...

Football star Mohamed Salah says men should “treat women with more respect”

Egyptian football player Mohamed Salah has been included in Time's 100 Most Influential People of 2019. The celebrated Liverpool forward, a practicing Muslim, recently...

Hurray, watch World Cup 2018 football: No price hikes and nine free matches for...

Suresh Nair GOOD news for Singapore football fans: You will get front-row seats to watch June’s World Cup Finals in Russia. The three local broadcasters -...

48 teams for the expanded World Cup football in 2026: Is this madness?

Suresh Nair CRAZY some may say, making the World Cup competition as crowded as Chinatown or Little India but a vote will be taken this...
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