Nicaraguan Primera División
Primera División de Nicaragua is the top division of the Federación Nicaragüense de Fútbol, it was created in 1933. It is played in two parts, Torneo de Apertura and Torneo de Clausura. In each there is a play-off of the top 4 teams in a 2-leg semi-final and final. The relegation end has the bottom team of the aggregate table dropped and the loser of the play-off of the 8th and 9th places.
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Qatari football savours glorious 2014
As 2014 approaches its final whistle, the world prepares to bid another year farewell, but in Qatar it will be no ordinary celebration. This football-mad country, which always has an eye on the future, is unlikely to forget the achievements of 2014 ...
The year in African football
There is a tendency in every FIFA World Cup™ year to recall little beyond the winners and the most sparkling performances at the finals. Looked at in those terms, 2014 could seem something of a disappointment for African football, with only two sides ...
Soweto derby postponed over Meyiwa death
The fixture between the two most successful and popular football clubs in the republic was guaranteed to attract a sell-out 90,000 crowd to the Soccer City stadium in Soweto. Chiefs top the championship table with 25 points after nine matches and ...
Nepalese prodigy sets lofty ambitions
While the majority of participants entered the recent 2014 AFC U-16 Championship seeking to make a name for themselves, Bimal Magar was heralded as an established star prior to the competition. The talented Nepal forward, who is plying his trade with ...
Klinsmann and the case of the hidden Messi
It did not bother the German one bit that Ibarra is not even playing his football in Major League Soccer, the country's top flight, but rather in the recently re-formed North American Soccer League, which is effectively the national second division ...
Algerian football celebrates bumper year
But while heads may have dropped in less resilient teams, the North Africans dug deep to defeat Korea Republic 4-2 in their second outing, becoming the first African team to score four goals on football's greatest stage. Their hopes of progressing ...
What's your fondest memory of 2014?
Anyone who managed to keep their excitement levels under control throughout 2014 cannot have been following events closely on planet football. The beautiful game provided enough highlights over the past 12 months to keep even the most ardent football ...
Grant: I want my team to give everything
Avram Grant achieved surprising international attention as replacement for Jose Mourinho after his first stint as Chelsea manager in 2007, but the 59-year-old manager's coaching history stretches back over four decades. The former Israel, Portsmouth ...
Unique UK love affair with festive football
From the second season of the Football League, in which Preston North End hosted Aston Villa on 25 December 1889, more often than not the English leagues had Christmas Day football until 1957, the last time the majority of league clubs played on the ...