On Saturday, December 3, the Netherlands (Confirmed winners of Group A) will face the USA (Confirmed runners-up of Group B. Netherlands will face the USA on Saturday, December 3, after the Dutch topped the first group ranking, while the United States ranked second in the second group. England and USA booked their qualification seat in Group 2, after defeating Wales and Iran, at the end of the group stage of the FIFA World Cup, which is currently being held in Qatar and will continue until December 18. In this order, England and USA join the other qualified teams, which are France, Portugal, Brazil, the Netherlands, and Senegal.
A Saudi fan named , Fahd Al-Hajri, drew attention during his presence in the World Cup stadiums in Qatar when he raised a gersy written on it in Arabic and English, “The blind sees the world in Qatar.” Al-Hajri , who is partially blind, has raised the slogan, d
The International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) announced, on Tuesday, that the German national team has been fined 10,000 Swiss francs (ten thousand and 500 US dollars) for not attending the press conference that preceded the match against Spain in the World Cup in Qatar.
FIFA has opened a disciplinary case against Croatia on Tuesday because of its fans’ taunts aimed at the Canada goalkeeper who has Serbian family ties during the teams’ World Cup game. FIFA said the charge against the Croatian soccer fe
Juventus have officially confirmed that all board members, including Andrea Agnelli, have resigned and have appointed Maurizio Scanavino as their new CEO. Andrea Agnelli, Pavel Nedved, and eight more board members, including CEO Maurizio Arrivabene, have resigned, Juventus confirmed with an official statement. The owners of the Italian club, Juventus, revealed the name of the club’s new president, to succeed former president Andia Agnelli, who submitted his resignation to the board of directors on Monday. The owners of the Italian club, Juventus FC (the holding company that owns the majority of the club’s shares) have announced the appointment of Gianluca Ferrero as the new Juventus president, while the rest of the vacant posts on the board will soon be filled. “With reference to the decisions taken yesterday by the Board of Directors of Juventus FC and in advance of its Shareholders Meeting called for 18 January 2023, Exor communicates that it will indicate Gianluca Ferrero for the role of Chairman of Juventus,” reads the statement released on EXOR’s official website. The Exor Holding Company owned by the Agnelli family that controls Juventus chose Gianluca Ferrero to assume the presidency of the club during the coming period. Juventus announced on Monday the resignation of its board of directors, including President Andrea Agnelli and CEO Maurizio Arrivabeneo. The mass resignation comes after prosecutors scrutinized Juventus' financial statements in recent months over allegations of accounting irregularities and market manipulation.
France boss Didier Deschamps confirmed they will manage certain changes in the squad when they face up with their Tunisian counterpart scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday, in the third round of the 2022 World Cup. "I am going to have to manage the squad, I have a lot of things to take into account. I have some more time to make my decision - you will find out tomorrow - but yes, there will be changes, I just can't tell you how many." There were reports on Monday that Deschamps' injury-hit squad may be boosted by the return of striker Karim Benzema, who sustained a recurrence of a thigh problem on the eve of the tournament but has remain
The Tunisian fans hold onto mere hope for their national team to move to the round of 16 of the FIFA World Cup Qatar, despite the difficult task facing Defending champion France became, which has reserved its seat in the next round at the end of the fourth group D matches next Thursday. Tunisian sports analysts and former players believe that the national team is required to win and wait for the result of the Australia-Denmark game in the hope of defeating the Australian team or, a tie, so that the "Carthage Eagles" will qualify for the second round for the first time in the history of six featuring in the World Cup. Former Tunisian international player Ali Al-Kaabi in the 1978 FIFA World Cup Argentina™ said that the task is difficult against the world Defending champion France, but not impossible, especially since the 78 team managed to halt the defending champion at the time, the German team, which was close to victory. Tunisia is at the bottom of the group standings with one point, equal to Denmark, after they tied in the opening round. While France qualified for the round of 16, and the other three teams are competing for the second card, as Australia comes in second place with three points.