2018 FIFA World Cup Draw

The draw for the 2018 FIFA World Cup was announced today. Here are all the groups: Group ARussia, Uruguay, Egypt, Saudi ArabiaGroup BPortugal, Spain, Iran, MoroccoGroup CFrance, Peru, Australia, DenmarkGroup DArgentina, Croatia, Iceland, NigeriaGroup EBrazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, SerbiaGroup FGermany, Mexico, Sweden, South KoreaGroup GBelguim, England, Tunisia, PanamaGroup HPoland, Colombia, Senegal, Japan

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Ange Postecoglou Quits as Socceroos Coach

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has resigned, a week after getting Australia into the World Cup. He announced this at a press conference today and said it was not an easy decision. “It’s something I’ve mulled over for a while ... and I really tried to coach for the moment. It was the right time for … Continue reading Ange Postecoglou Quits as Socceroos Coach

32 Teams for 2018 FIFA World Cup Decided

Wins from Australia, Croatia, Denmark, Peru, Sweden and Switzerland in their respected play-off matches has confirmed the 32 nations that will participate in next year's FIFA World Cup that will start on June 14 to July 15 in Russia. All teams were allocated into a pot from 1-4 for the draw. Whichever pot the country … Continue reading 32 Teams for 2018 FIFA World Cup Decided

The Curious Case of the International Rules Series

The International Rules Series is a hybrid celebration of the best of the AFL and the best of Irish Gaelic Footballers. It’s fast paced, powerful and exciting, and when its here, it’s one of the best shows in town. The biggest problem? It’s not as good as it should be. Now, how do you fix … Continue reading The Curious Case of the International Rules Series

Everton Sack Ronald Koeman

Just after 9 Premier League matches this season, Everton have parted way with manager Ronald Koeman. This comes after their 5-2 loss to Arsenal and sitting in the relegation zone with just 2 wins and 8 points. Koeman was in his second season at Everton after moving from Southampton and despite finishing in a Europa … Continue reading Everton Sack Ronald Koeman