Monthly Archive:: October 2019

Qatar is accused of exploiting migrant workers for the 2022 World Cup

According to a statement by Amnesty International (AI), thousands of migrant workers in Qatar are unpaid, although the country has repeatedly promised to improve workers’ rights before the 2022 World Cup finals. According to the report, hundreds

Rugby World Cup 2019 semi-final: story of South Africa’s victory over Wales (Part 1)

In a semi-final of attrition in Yokohama South Africa earned a 19-16 victory over Wales due to Handre Pollard’s pinpoint kicking when the two teams battled into the final of the Rugby World Cup. Since 2007 Pollard

Explaining the Lewandowski phenomenon

The Champions League is a different league, where people deal with each other strategically, and it is not easy to score with fluency in a given playstyle, in a familiar school, like the league. There is no

Chelsea won 1-0 over Newcastle United and ranked third in the Premier League

On Saturday at Stamford Bridge Marcos Alonso found a way to give Chelsea a hard-earned 1-0 win through Newcastle United’s resolute defence. The inspiration eventually arrived in the 73rd minute although a 4-1 victory over Southampton two

Liverpool’s unrest situation has not ended

Liverpool are still following the impressive series of matches in the Premier League 2019/2020 when they have won all their first 8 matches this season. But behind those achievements are issues that have not yet been resolved

Iran women were allowed to watch FIFA soccer game for the first time

On Thursday thousands of Iranian women were allowed to freely attend at the first FIFA soccer match in decades although the stadium was practically empty and women had to sit well apart from the men. They cheered

Why is it so difficult to prevent Messi from passing?

The former Spain and the current coach of Real Sociedad B explained why Messi’s blocking of the ball is so difficult. The former Bayern and Liverpool midfielder spent 5 years at Los Blancos and had the difficult

Tennis in the 4.0 revolution

In the era of the 4.0 revolution, tennis, like many other sports, is not outside the law of change and development. Go behind in the tennis In Brent Salazar’s previous job as a fitness coach at the