Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Beşiktaş has drawn against Club Brugge Feb. 27 in the Europa League Round of 16, following its major victory over Premier League giant Liverpool
Istanbul’s Beşiktaş kicks Liverpool out of the UEFA Europa League in penalties as Mersey side’s Joe Allen misses it
Egypt said on Feb. 25 its premier football league, suspended after a deadly stampede and clashes at a Cairo stadium, will resume but no fans will be allowed to attend
Russia’s National Football Team manager has lashed out at Russian federation for placing him in a hotel in where hundreds of cosmetics salesmen convened
Spor Toto Super League leader Beşiktaş will have a tough home game this weekend when it hosts fourth-placed Bursaspor.
Istanbul’s Galatasaray remains in the league race thanks to a last-minute winner against Eskişehir in an away game in the Central Anatolian province Eskişehir on Feb. 9.
Istanbul’s Beşiktaş barely defeated Bursaspor 3-2 at Atatürk Olympic Stadium in the Spor Toto Super League week 20 clash on Feb. 15 thanks to a last minute penalty, defending its top seat in the standings.
With a 8-0 loss in 2007 still in mind, Istanbul’s Black Eagles visit Liverpool in a first leg tie of the teams’ Europe League last 32 clash. Turkey’s Trabzonspor, meanwhile, will test itself against Napoli
The agent of Mario Balotelli led the growing criticism of former Italy and AC Milan coach Arrigo Sacchi following remarks criticising the number of "blacks" playing at youth level in Italy.
A black French man pushed off a Paris metro train and racially abused by Chelsea supporters on Feb. 18 made a criminal complaint to police and demanded that the fans be punished.
Egypt’s unreformed and politically powerful police back on focus after deadly clashes with the supporters of Zamalek football club
A recent stampede in which at least 19 Egyptian football ultras due to the actions of security forces suggests that the government of General-turned-President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has no intention of easing its crackdown on political dissent
Guinea qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals on Jan. 29 after a drawing of lots was required to separate them and Mali.
Politics play in the background each time a national squad enters the pitch during the the 2015 Asian Cup as diplomacy is expanded to cultural diplomacy
FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali bin Al Hussein criticised the organisation's "culture of intimidation" and challenged incumbent Sepp Blatter to a public debate as he kick-started his campaign on Feb. 3.
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