Alan Moore discusses the lack of top brass support when it comes to having major sporting events in Ireland.
Posts Tagged ‘Egypt’
After a week of breathless week of AFCON qualification – which contained no shortage of dramatic stories – we review the most significant talking points as January’s showpiece grows ever closer.
Pete Sharland continues his preview of the groups at the Under 20 World Cup.
Jared Mercer looks at last year’s incident in Egypt which rocked not just African, but world football.
Ger McCarthy reviews a weekend of shocks in the Olympic men’s football tournament and predicts who will progress to the knockout stages.
Omar Almasri looks at the recent period of change and revolution for Tunisia, Libya and Egypt.
Egypt has retained the Africa Cup of Nations with a 1-0 win over Ghana in the final held at the Estádio 11 de Novembro in Luanda. Substitute Mohamed Gedo scored the only goal of the game, beating keeper Richard Kingson with a curling shot after a clever one-two in the 85th minute. Ghana dominated for […]
A controversial William Gallas goal in Paris has sent France to the 2010 World Cup at the expense of Ireland, while a number of other countries also secured qualification on Wednesday. It took extra time to seperate Ireland and France in their World Cup playoff after a 1-1 aggregate score. The French went into the […]