After a ‘messy’ year and end to season seven, the time has come for the AFL to go all-in on AFLW’s future

Holding two AFLW seasons in one year was always going to be messy. When season six ended with the sealing of an Adelaide Crows dynasty in April this year, rumors were already swirling that the following season would be pulled forward, beginning just a few months later. After years of holding AFLW in the sweltering … Read more

Qatar Official Says ‘About 400’ Migrant Workers Have Died In World Cup Projects

Qatar Official Says , ‘About 400’ Migrant Workers , Have Died In World Cup Projects. According to World Cup chief Hassan Al-Thawadi, between 400 and 500 migrant workers have died working on projects related to the tournament. According to World Cup chief Hassan Al-Thawadi, between 400 and 500 migrant workers have died working on projects … Read more

Socceroos stoked to be preparing for biggest match in 16 years

The Socceroos’ magnificent 1-0 victory over Tunisia gives Australia the chance of progressing to the knockout stage of this year’s FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Ronny Lerner reports. AFTER ALL looked lost following their opening game at the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar against France, the Socceroos are now preparing for the country’s biggest … Read more

Ghana, Portugal, Cameroon, and Serbia

Cameroon’s Jean-Charles Castelletto celebrates after scoring their team’s first goal during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group G match between Cameroon and Serbia at Al Janoub Stadium on November 28, 2022 in Al Wakrah, Qatar.Image🇧🇷 Getty Images Game of the day: Serbia 3 – 3 Cameroon We could have gone either way with this … Read more

Iran Says the US Should Be Kicked Out of World Cup Tournament

Iran Says the US, Should Be Kicked Out, of World Cup Tournament. CNN reports that Iran has called for the United States to be kicked out of the 2022 World Cup for showing support for protesters in Iran. 🇧🇷 CNN reports that Iran has called for the United States to be kicked out of the … Read more

Daily World Cup recap: Germany, Spain, Argentina, Japan

Spain celebrates a goal.Photo🇧🇷 Getty Images There may have been more exciting games or more dramatic endings in this tournament, but there hasn’t been one with more intrigue combined with a higher quality of play than this one. Argentina was staring at the abyss, much like Germany was today, giving the game something of a … Read more

US Soccer briefly scrubs emblem from Iran flag at World Cup

DOHA, Qatar — The US Soccer Federation briefly displayed Iran’s national flag on social media without the emblem of the Islamic Republic, saying the move supported protesters in Iran ahead of the two nations’ World Cup match Tuesday. Iran’s government reacted by accusing America of removing the name of God from its national flag. The … Read more

Darts Players Championship: Michael van Gerwen and John Cross survive scares to advance to quarter-finals | Darts News

Michael van Gerwen survives scare to see off Cameron Menzies before beating Dimitri Van den Bergh, and will now face Danny Noppert in all-Dutch quarter-final; Dirk van Duikvenbode stars to advance, while John Cross scrapes past Gary Anderson Last Updated: 26/11/22 11:37pm Michael van Gerwen celebrates after advancing to the quarter-finals (PDC) Michael van Gerwen … Read more

U.S. beats England, 0-0

Image🇧🇷 Getty Images What psychopath called the long-awaited United States men’s national team’s Black Friday showdown against England a scoreless draw? I’ll have whatever you’re drinking. After gaining my bearings after that stiff cocktail, and realizing Matt Turner nor Jordan Pickford allowing a goal wasn’t just fallacy, it yielded a simple consequence for the American’s … Read more

Laborers Play Sandlot Cricket Near World Cup Soccer Stadiums

As dawn broke Friday in Qatar, the laborers who built this energy-rich country’s World Cup soccer stadiums, roads and subway filled empty stretches of asphalt and sandlots to play the sport closest to their hearts – cricket. The sport that spread across the reaches of the former British empire remains a favorite of the South … Read more