Category: football

Terry issues apology to angry Capello 0

Terry issues apology to angry Capello

Earlier, Capello had accused the former captain of making a “big mistake” in openly questioning him and showing a lack of “respect” to the rest of the squad. The strength of Capello’s condemnation will raise a question mark over Terry’s inte…
Wayne Rooney blasts angry England fans 0

Wayne Rooney blasts angry England fans

Wayne Rooney has lambasted England supporters who booed the national team following an insipid goalless draw against Algeria that has placed Fabio Capello’s World Cup ambitions in severe doubt. Boos rang out around the Greenpoint Stadium at th…
Host South Africa routed by Uruguay, 3-0 0

Host South Africa routed by Uruguay, 3-0

Uruguay’s Diego Forlan scored two goals in a 3-0 victory Wednesday night that pushed host South Africa to the verge of not advancing at the World Cup. While Forlan greatly improved his country’s chances of making the second round, Bafana Bafana …
Football Fixtures 2010-2011: Premier League 0

Football Fixtures 2010-2011: Premier League

The match on Aug 14 means a return to Stamford Bridge for former Chelsea midfielder Roberto Di Matteo, now manager of West Brom. Next up for the champions will be a trip to Wigan, where they were beaten last season, before Stoke visit Stamford B…
Robbie Earle sacked as ITV pundit 0

Robbie Earle sacked as ITV pundit

Robbie Earle the former Jamaica football international has been sacked by ITV as one of their World Cup pundits after selling match tickets meant for his friends and family. The 45-year-old, who had worked for the broadcaster for eight years, wa…
Ledley King set to miss rest of World Cup 0

Ledley King set to miss rest of World Cup

The Tottenham centre-back was withdrawn at half-time after feeling “tightness” in his groin and it was hoped that he would only miss this Friday’s Group C tie against Algeria. However, the England medical staff fear the injury is worse tha…
World Cup opening ceremony with happy noise 0

World Cup opening ceremony with happy noise

The first World Cup ever held in Africa opened Friday in a dazzling burst of joy, color and noise — and just a tinge of sadness. Before a jubilant, horn-blowing crowd in Soccer City, the spectacular stadium between Johannesburg and Soweto, hun…
Mangold might skip Jets’ minicamp 0

Mangold might skip Jets’ minicamp

Nick Mangold may be a no-show for the Jets’ minicamp next week. The All-Pro center said he was “50-50” to attend next week’s three-day mandatory minicamp. He’d be subject to a fine if he decided to skip the sessions. Mangold, who is entering …