Football

  • 04.02.2002 /
    The debate about who are better - local or foreign coaches -  has for long been a hot topic on the African continent. Robert Muggaga lists the achievements of both foreign and African coaches and concludes that African coaches have achieved more success managing their teams than expatriates.
  • 04.02.2002 /
    The world game of football is obviously the most popular sport in Uganda and the world over, bringing together a myriad of tribes, people of different religion and political beliefs.
  • 14.11.2000 /
    Sport reporters Jens Weinreich and Thomas Kistner review the strange ways television rights are sold in FIFA, president Blatter's election in 1998 and the circumstances around the selection of Germany as host for the World Cup 2006.
  • 14.11.2000 /
    In this article, Anders Levinsens introduces the Open Fun Football Schools, which is a humanitarian sports project he has initiated and implemented in Bosnia Herzegovina and FYR Macedonia.
  • 13.11.2000 /
    The commercialisation of football follows the Hillsborough Disaster. But the process has alienated many lifelong supporters.
  • 20.06.1997 /
    In April 1997, when commandos broke into the Japanese ambassador's residence in the city of Lima and carried out their spectacular lightning butchery of the occupying guerrillas, the rebels were playing football. The leader, Nestor Cerpa Cartolini, died wearing the colours of Alianza, the club he loved.
  • 18.06.1997 /
    "In my community many believe that everyone who plays soccer in my club is a lesbian". This quote is from a Norwegian top level female soccer player.

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