Pan Arab Games
The Arab Games are a regional multi-sport event held between nations from the Arab world. They are organized by the Union of Arab National Olympic Committees.
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Great sporting moments – Admitted back into Fifa in 1998, Palestine scored shock wins against more fancied Gulf neighbours such as UAE and Qatar to announce themselves at the 1999 Pan Arab Games. They finished third after losing to eventual winners ...
Opinion: Why Qatar Deserves to Host the World Cup
Qatar does not have a rich soccer history. We are a ... FIFA members were reassured, too, by our success in winning, preparing and staging other major sporting events, such as the 2006 Asian Games, the 2011 Pan-Arab games and the 2011 AFC Asian Cup.
Nice 0 Monaco 1: Kurzawa injury mars late success
Bernardo Silva struck late to earn Monaco a 1-0 win at Nice, but an injury to Layvin Kurzawa will worry Leonardo Jardim. An injury to France full-back Layvin Kurzawa put a dampener on 10-man Monaco's 1-0 Ligue 1 win at Nice on Friday. Kurzawa limped ...
Elche v Real Madrid: Ronaldo out to torment hosts again
Elche will have to thwart the impact of nemesis Cristiano Ronaldo to stand any chance of getting a result in Sunday's La Liga clash. Elche probably winced at the sight of Cristiano Ronaldo scoring ahead of their home clash with Real Madrid on Sunday.
Dost laments missing hat-trick chance
Bas Dost rued missing out on a European hat-trick on Thursday, despite powering Wolfsburg to a home UEFA Europa League win. Red-hot striker Bas Dost lamented missing out on a hat-trick in Wolfsburg's 2-0 UEFA Europa League win over Sporting Lisbon ...
Everton v Leicester City: Martinez seeing encouraging signs
Everton will look for a first home win since mid-December when they host Leicester City in the Premier League on Sunday. Roberto Martinez is taking heart from Everton's recent form as they look to arrest a slide towards the Premier League relegation ...
Japan v Palestine: Aguirre´s men begin title defence
Japan open their Asian Cup defence with a clash against Palestine in Newcastle on Tuesday. The four-time winners defeated this year's hosts, Australia, in the 2011 final and enter the 2015 showpiece as favourites. Japan have not had the ideal ...
Feyenoord not expecting UEFA sanctions after trouble
Eric Gudde not expecting UEFA punishment for Feyenoord after fans cause damage in Rome ahead of Europa League clash. Feyenoord do not expect any sanctions from UEFA after their fans caused damage in Rome prior to the club's Europa League tie ...
Company opposing Spurs´ new stadium loses appeal
Tottenham have been handed a boost with the news that the company opposing the build of their new stadium have had their appeal denied. The company opposing the building of a new stadium for Tottenham has had its appeal rejected by the High Court, ...
Rodgers not drawn on penalty incident
Brendan Rodgers wanted the focus on Liverpool's 1-0 victory over Besiktas, not the penalty incident that led to the winner on Thursday. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers played down the penalty incident during his team's 1-0 win over Besiktas in the ...