Best achievement of African countries in FIFA World Cup

Best achievement of African countries in FIFA World Cup

Many African countries have delivered world-class performances and caused significant upsets at the FIFA World Cup. Best achievement of African countries in FIFA World Cup When we think of such instances, we recall the match between Senegal and France, when the underdogs outsmarted the favourites of the World Cup in 2002. However, as time passed, fewer African countries qualified for the World Cup. Countries from the continent, which has produced legends such as Roger Milla, George Weah, and Didier Drogba, are yet to reach the World Cup final. The irony…

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Ronaldo says he is not planning to retire

Ronaldo says he is not planning to retire

The 37-year-old Portugal star said he is not considering retiring from international football in December after the tournament in Qatar, and plans to play at the 2024 European Championship. Ronaldo says he is not planning to retire “I’m still motivated. My ambition is really high,” Ronaldo said Wednesday after being recognised by the Portuguese football federation for his scoring feats. “I’m in a national team with a lot of youngsters. I want to be in the World Cup and at Euros. I want to make that commitment now.” Ronaldo earlier…

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What England and Gareth Southgate have to get right

What England and Gareth Southgate have to get right

Gareth Southgate is preparing for the most critical period of his six-year long England reign in the next week, with just two competitive fixtures left before the 2022 World Cup. With the abject 4-0 summer defeat to Hungary in the memory, Southgate has numerous questions to answer about the make-up of his squad. We assess England’s prospects with just 61 days to go before the Qatar showpiece. What England and Gareth Southgate have to get right “English football is a tanker that needs turning. I want to set the whole…

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Qatar suspends visit visas during FIFA World Cup

Qatar suspends visit visas during FIFA World Cup

Doha: The Ministry of Interior has decided to suspend entry of all visitors through air, land and marine borders to the State of Qatar from November 1, 2022, allowing only Hayya Cardholders during the World Cup. It will resume the visit visas from December 23, 2022. Qatar suspends visit visas during FIFA World Cup This was announced today, September 21, 2022, in a press conference regarding the regulation of entry and exit into Qatar during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, which is set to kick off on November 20,…

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