Serbia sink Kuwait to qualify
Posted On Wednesday, 7th November 2012
Serbia have qualified for the last 16 of FIFA Futsal World Cup with a 7-2 win over Kuwait at Bangkok’s Huamark Indoor Stadium.
Hearts of Oak have been handed a two home-match ban and fined (US$ 1,500) Gh¢ 3,000 after being found guilty on six out of seven counts of misconduct by their supporters.
South African side Golden Arrows have denied reports they are interested in signing Ghana goalie Fatau Dauda.
Ghana striker Mahatma Otoo has set an audacious target of playing for English giants Arsenal in the future.
By now, you’ve probably heard that the United States Men’s National Soccer Team got royally screwed during the FIFA World Cup Draw on December 6.
Cambridge United manager Richard Money has said he is determined to secure a new loan deal for Crystal Palace striker Kwesi Appiah.
Friday’s World Cup 2014 draw was wildly panned by fans of the United States Men’s National Soccer Team (USMNT), as the team was selected into the foreboding “Group of Death” alongside Ghana, Portugal and Germany for June’s world championships in Brazil.