England’s pro league is far stronger than France’s, yet its national team is far weaker
Captain Andrei Arshavin leads a dynamic Russian squad.
If ever there was a time for soccer’s main man to keep the funnies to himself, it would be now.
One day on from the desperate disappointment of missing out on hosting a first World Cup since 1966, the anger has barely subsided in England over FIFA’s decision to award the 2018 World Cup to Russia.
Really? That’s been the reaction of most Americans to the announcement that Qatar will host the 2022 World Cup. Perhaps such self-righteous American soccer buffs should try asking that of themselves. Really? As in, you’re really …
FIFA has decided to award the next two World Cups to Russia and Qatar.
If they say a week’s a long time in politics then it’s surely an eternity when it comes to the machinations involved in landing a coveted World Cup in soccer.