The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) has named Argentine Hector Cuper as head coach the senior national team. Cuper, 59, replaces Egyptian Shawky Gharib, who was sacked following the Pharaoh's inability to qualify for the 2015 Orange Africa ... AllAfrica.com, 3 weeks ago
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Argentine Hector Cuper is the new coach of Egypt, the country's Football Association said on Monday. "The Egypt FA board, after a meeting held by his president Gamal Allam, has appointed Hector Cuper as national team coach," the EFA said on its ...BBC, 3 weeks ago Egypt appoint Hector Cuper as new soccer coach Nigerian Voice, 3 weeks ago Egypt appoint experienced Argentine Hector Cuper as new coach Modern Ghana, 3 weeks ago Egypt appoint Hector Cuper as new coach Business Ghana, 3 weeks ago
Related Egypt new coach Hector Cuper has officially signed his contract the Egyptian Football Association (EFA) on Tuesday. The Argentine boss, who arrived in Cairo late on Monday, was announced as Egypt's new coach last week, but the deal was ...Al Ahram, 1 week ago Egypt new coach Hector Cuper arrives in Cairo: EFA Al Ahram, 2 weeks ago Egypt new coach Hector Cuper signs contract: EFA | 2015-03-10 11:38:56 AM Nile International, 2 weeks ago
Asuncion - FIFA president Sepp Blatter urged South America's football associations on Wednesday to hand out tougher sanctions for acts of racism by soccer fans. Speaking to members of the South American confederation CONMEBOL, Blatter said clubs ...News24, 3 weeks ago S America must clamp down on fan racism: Blatter Today Online, 3 weeks ago
HAVANA, January 13. /TASS/. Argentine football celebrity, Diego Maradona, has received a letter from Fidel Castro, the Venezuela-financed Telesur channel said on Monday. It demonstrated a copy of the letter sent by Castro in a newscast. The fact ...Itar Tass, 2 months ago Maradona the great Sri Lanka Daily News, 2 weeks ago
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The Argentine superstar's spangly suit was the latest of a long line of fashion statements. MADRID (AFP) - Lionel Messi confused everyone at the Ballon d Or awards with his purple tuxedo and his comments about his future at Barcelona. The ...Dunya News, 2 months ago Messi's purple patch of confusion NEWS.com.au, 2 months ago Messi's purple patch of confusion at Ballon dOr Qatar Peninsula, 2 months ago Messi statements create confusion all around Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Johor Football Association (JFA) president Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim is thinking of terminating the contract of an import player and replacing him with a new player who is expected to arrive later this month. Without mentioning the name of the ...Malaysian Insider, 1 week ago JDT Mulls Terminating Contract Of Import Player MyNewsHub, 6 days ago
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MADRID The president of the Federation International of Football Association (FIFA), Joseph Sepp Blatter, said on Monday that the soccer world should hold up FC Barcelona as an example, while hoping to speak with Barça's representatives to find a ...Latin American Herald Tribune, 2 months ago Blatter calls for tougher racism sanctions Gulf News, 3 weeks ago Sepp Blatter calls for tougher racism sanctions Gulf News, 3 weeks ago Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, left, will challenge Sepp Blatter for FIFA's presidency, though he faces long odds to win. SI.com, 2 months ago
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