Nigeria’s Michael Emenalo, left, is a rare post-playing success story. Nick Potts/PA Images via Getty Images Christian Ungruhe, Erasmus University Rotterdam and Sine Agergaard, Aalborg University Think of your favourite former male football player from Europe. You probably remember beautiful goals, unbelievable saves, fighting spirit. What is he doing now? Coaching? Or is he a […]
Eliud Kipchoge (R) of Kenya at the NN Mission Marathon in 2021. Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images Tarminder Kaur, University of Johannesburg; Gerard A. Akindes, Northwestern University, and Todd Cleveland, University of Arkansas The efforts of a range of academics across Africa have produced a new anthology of articles about sport on the continent. It’s an important […]
The world’s top ranked team, Belgium, have been boosted by the return of Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne.
SuperSport viewers can look forward to seeing all the action from the Doha leg of the 2021 IAAF Diamond League season, set for the Khalifa International Stadium from Doha, Qatar on the evening of Friday 28 May 2021.
Paul Ian Campbell, University of Leicester On BBC Sport, Match of the Day pundits Ian Wright and Alan Shearer recently had a conversation about racism in football. Shearer, the white ex-England international striker asked his black ex-teammate Wright: “Do you believe a black guy gets treated differently to a white guy?” Wright’s response was unequivocal: […]
The Ghana Football Association (GFA) will be receiving auditors from the Federation of International Football Associations (FIFA), Saturday, May 15, 2021 as the world sport governing body embarks on the Central Review for the 2020 financial year spanning January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020.
The world’s oldest knockout football competition, the FA Cup, which will see Chelsea versus Leicester City meet at the iconic Wembley Stadium in London on the evening of Saturday 15 May 2021 live on the SuperSport Football on GOtv channel 131.
The football world was left aghast on the evening of Sunday 18 April when 12 clubs (Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Juventus, AC Milan, Internazionale, Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Barcelona – later labelled ‘the dirty dozen’) announced shock plans to form a new European Super League.