Football fans around the world are eagerly anticipating the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which will be held in Qatar from November 21st to December 18th. This event is sure to be one of the most exciting sporting events of the year, with 32 world-class teams competing for the title of world champion
Both playing at their 5th World Cups, it is highly improbable they’d still be around for the next edition, jointly hosted by the United States, Mexico and Canada.
It’s a common saying in life that, “there are many ways to bell a cat”, and the same can be said of player management in football. Some need the trust of their manager to function, others need to be the main player in a project while others require a bit of a carrot-and-stick approach
For 7 years in West London, a certain diminutive Belgian ruled supreme. Gifted with the understated brilliance of the truly remarkable, he made mincemeat out of his opponents and was widely regarded as one of the finest imports the English game had ever seen
There is a common maxim in football that says, “You don’t change a winning team”. Brazilian national team coach, Tite decided to go against the unwritten rule in their match against Cameroon. The 5-time World Champions, seen as favourites for this tournament
Defending World champions head into Sunday’s game against Poland as clear favourites, but shocks have happened in this tournament, and Les Blues must be wary of their European counterparts