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Football, alongside minority Shiite Muslims and relatives of imprisoned government critics...
CAIRO - Agence France-Presse
Egypt’s football association has delayed the start of its season for a second time after security refused to authorise the commencement of games, the association said on its website yesterday.
ISTANBUL - Hürriyet Daily News
A likely FIFA decision to allow Kosovo to play friendly games may inspire the Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) to work harder to be recognized in international
football. The KRG national team won the VIVA Cup earlier this year
Former Portsmouth player Yann Nsaku is among 11 persons arrested in coordinated raids in France, highlighting how jihadists use football as a recruitment pool
It can be make or break for football clubs who have been injected money from wealthy Middle Eastern investors.
Hürriyet Daily News
Leeds United’s hopes that a Middle Eastern funding would take the English club back to its glory days might be broken with the funding abilities of the GFH are questioned
Egyptian ultras’ growing power is proven again when
their actions forced another postponement to the start of the Premie League. Ultras also have the backing of the
country’s ruling party