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Trump presses attack on Democratic ‘squad’ congresswomen, wants apology

President Donald Trump escalated his attacks against four first-year Democratic congresswomen on Monday after earlier telling them to “go back” to the “places from which they came” in a series of weekend tweets that Democrats and other critics called racist. Trump’s fellow Republicans in Congress have had little public reaction to Trump’s tweets that appeared... Continue Reading →

Carling Black Label Cup is sold out as fans clamour to see Soweto rivals

Tickets for the 2019 Carling Black Label Cup have officially sold out a little under two weeks before Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates meet in the pre-season contest. Chiefs confirmed on Monday that the game at the FNB Stadium was a sell-out, with fans set to flock to the July 27 meeting to... Continue Reading →

Man City set to embark on pre-season tour two days late

Manchester City have finally been cleared to fly to China for their pre-season tour after two days of frustrating delays. The treble winners were due to travel to Shanghai ahead of the Premier League Asia Trophy on Saturday but their departure was twice put back due to an administrative issue involving travel agent Thomas Cook... Continue Reading →

Ghana’s Cup of Nations woes continue

Ghana's recent run of misfortune at the Africa Cup of Nations continued on Monday when they were bundled out in the last 16 by Tunisia, condemning a side that once ruled African football to their earliest exit since 2006.Ghana had won more Cup of Nations titles than any other country when they were last crowned... Continue Reading →

Tanzania fire Nigeria legend Amunike after Afcon exit

Tanzania have fired their national team coach Emmanuel Amunike after they failed to win a game at the Africa Cup of Nations and exited at the group stage. Amunike took over last August and helped them qualify for the finals for the first time in 39 years. "Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) and the coach of... Continue Reading →

MAN CITY SIGN SPAIN INTERNATIONAL RODRI FOR CLUB RECORD FEE

Premier League champions Manchester City on Thursday announced the signing of Spanish international midfielder Rodri on a five-year deal from Atletico Madrid for a club record fee. Rodri, 23, officially became a City player a day after the La Liga club revealed the 70-million-euro (£63 million) release clause in his contract had been triggered. "Manchester... Continue Reading →

LAMPARD NAMED CHELSEA COACH ON THREE-YEAR DEAL

Chelsea have appointed Frank Lampard as head coach on a three-year contract, the Premier League club announced on Thursday. Lampard, a former Chelsea player who won three Premier League titles and the Champions League in a 13-year spell at Stamford Bridge, managed Derby County last season and led them to the Championship (second-tier) playoff final.... Continue Reading →

GHANA EASE INTO ROUND OF 16

Ghana brushed aside Guinea-Bissau 2-0 in their final 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Group F match at the Suez Stadium in Egypt on Tuesday evening. The victory saw the Black Stars advance to the Round of 16 as group winners, while the African Wild Dogs bowed out of the tournament after finishing fourth in... Continue Reading →

WATCH HIGHLIGHT: GHANA WINS AGAINST GUINEA BISSAU

It has been a rough start for the country Ghana in this tournament but they have been able to gather effort as team to qualify to the next round in this competition. WATCH HERE

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