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Gomez and Kroos to the rescue after holders risk World Cup KO

By Keir Radnedge, AIPS Football Commission Chairman


Positive kickoff for World Cup media organisation

By Keir Radnedge
MOSCOW, June 23, 2018 - So far, so good as far as media facilities are concerned at the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals in Russia.Every World Cup is an increasingly complex technological and logistical exercise as the electronic possibilities multiply even while it becomes impossible to squeeze any more journalists into the media tribunes and commentary positions.Thus far journalists have registered few complaints with AIPS since initial teething issues had been resolved.The local organisers had promised to learn some lessons from the Confederations Cup last year. Hence all the desks in stadia and ...


From perception to hard core evidence, the curious case of corruption in Ghana football

By William Ezah
ACCRA, June 22, 2018 - Until June 6, 2018, corruption was a matter of perception in Ghana, as suspicions of referees taking bribes, match fixing, influence in player selection into the national teams, creation of fake agencies for sponsorship deals, undercutting of sponsorship funds, among others, were mere cases of allegations with no hard core evidence to back them up.It took two years of painstaking investigations by ace journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas to demystify the perception by digging up hard core evidence to prove that, the above ills indeed existed in the administration of Ghana football.It ...
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FIFA Women's Ranking: Titles see Japan and Brazil climb, plus host of names return

ZURICH, June 22, 2018 - Continental titles, FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 qualifiers and an influx of new names have seen the FIFA/Coca-Cola Women’s World Ranking enjoy a fair shake-up since March.After dropping out of the top ten for the first time in over a decade three months ago, Japan (6th, up 5) have made a swift return to the upper echelons after lifting the AFC Women’s Asian Cup. Brazil (7th, up 1) have also enjoyed a boost from lifting the Copa América Femenina.A reshuffle on the podium has seen Germany (2nd, up 1) and France (3rd, up 2) edge out England (4th, down 2), with Canada ...


Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China establishes Hall of Fame

By The Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong


Diaries of a Russian mole

By Samindra Kunti


Messi goes missing as Argentina teeter on the World Cup brink

By Keir Radnedge
MOSCOW, June 21, 2018 - Winning the World Cup is not essential for a footballer to be considered one of the all-time greats. Johan Cruyff, Alfredo di Stefano, Stanley Matthews and Ferenc Puskas never won the World Cup.Unfortunately for Lionel Messi, he has always been weighed down by the expectation of raising the gold trophy in his perceived role of heir to Diego Maradona who was one of the all-time greats and did win the World Cup, back in 1986.Naturally this is unfair on Barcelona’s Messi, with a staggering 600-plus goals to his credit for club and country over the past 14 years. But his World ...
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