Wales Qualify for the FIFA Cup After 64-Year Wait

Wales Qualify for the FIFA Cup After 64-Year Wait

A euphoric moment for the people of Wales as they celebrate their team securing the World Cup spot for the first time since 1958. Wales qualify for World Cup after 64 years wait. Something they have been waiting to witness but always failed by the shortest distance. It was coming and this was the right time for it as Wales after beating Ukraine in a nail-biting playoff final played in the Cardiff City Stadium have secured their world cup spot. This time after 64 years this Wales team seemed confident…

Dani Alves leaves European Football to return to his country

Dani Alves deliberate after a goal

The most decorated player in football, Dani Alves, has moved to Sao Paulo as a free agent after his 2-year contract with PSG expired last month. Sao Paulo confirmed the move via the club’s official Twitter account on Thursday. With 43 trophies in his cabinet, the legendary Brazilian full-back, Dani Alves, is the most decorated player in world football, as he lead his national team win the Copa America this summer as a Captain, being voted as the Player of the Tournament. Alves in an Instagram post offered himself to…

International Champions Cup: Real Madrid defeats Arsenal 3-2 on penalties

International Champions Cup players making efforts to put the ball in a goal

In another thrilling contest of the ongoing preseason International Champions Cup tie played in Maryland on Tuesday, Real Madrid manages to pull out a win against the English side Arsenal on penalties after the game ended in a 2-2 draw in the regular time. The LaLiga Giants found themselves down 2-0 by the first half, as both teams had their defenders, Nacho Fernandez and Sokratis Papastathopoulos sent off in the 9th and the 40th minute of the game respectively, thanks to a goal each by Arsenal forwards Alexandre Lacazette and…

Premier League Transfer Deadline Day: A Look At Big Moves

Football player Premier League

In the Premier League, the English top-flight clubs splashed some cash on the final day of the summer transfer window, taking the net spending to nearly £1.40bn with Arsenal spending club record £155, being the biggest spender this summer in England. Although this summer saw the fewest number of transfers made in the Premier League in Last six seasons, the total spending was the second-highest in its history, only behind the record that was set in 2017. The deadline day spending crossed £170 with only 17 transfers made, with Everton…