Concacaf Look Foolish Over Malouda Issue

French Guiana forfeited their match versus Honduras for fielding an ineligible player. The only problem is; they knew this would happen…The CONCACAF Gold Cup is one of world football’s strangest and most comical international tournaments. This year’s tournament was no different.

Two teams in the tournament, Martinique and French Guiana, are not official members of FIFA, but are a part of the Caribbean Football Union and are thus able to participate in the CONCACAF Gold Cup should they qualify. Martinique and French Guiana are both part of France and are not independent nations. They officially fly the French flag at the tournament and play the French anthem before matches. Read more “Concacaf Look Foolish Over Malouda Issue”

Five Spain Players Ban For 43-Weeks

Lengthy bans of 43 weeks have been imposed on five players from the Spain national rugby team. The players banned were involved in the ugly scenes that blemished the 18-10 defeat last month by Belgium in Brussels.

Vlad Iordachescu, The performance of the referee, incensed the favorites, who confronted the Romanian official furiously upon the final whistle with coaching team members forced to hold back their players. Iordachescu had to be escorted from the pitch and this meant that the team Romania qualified for the World Cup of 2019, leaving the team Spain to face team Portugal and Samoa in the playoff match to reach in the tournament that is going to take place the next year in Japan. Read more “Five Spain Players Ban For 43-Weeks”

Japan To Earn 430 Billion Yen From The 2019 Rugby World Cup

Japan is very happy and privileged to host the 2019 Rugby World Cup. It is going to be the very first country in Asia to host such a prestigious rugby tournament.

Japan is also looking forward to making this event a grand success. The local organizers are already working in full swing to make it one of the best rugby world cups of all time. Read more “Japan To Earn 430 Billion Yen From The 2019 Rugby World Cup”