There is a whirlwind blowing in African football as we speak, the new Executive committee of the Confederation of African Football are stamping their authority on the continent's game. Whilst it be necessary to carve a niche for yourselves to as much as possible be a huge departure from the
I have to start by first thanking those that continue to support Halftimeng in more ways than i can even mention. Over the last few weeks or so, I have been having doubts about writing because of some feed back that I got which kind of discouraged me, but I
An eventful 2016/17 season of the French Championnat was concluded a few weeks back with this season witnessing a departure from the perceived and almost acceptable norm. A new champion crowned for the first time in five years as young Monaco team capitalized on an unsettled Unai Emery tutored PSG
What a game; let me be the first to say this about last night's final; it was the first final I was left utterly disappointed by the performance of the team I learnt my support too since the 2011 final between Manchester United and Barcelona. Juventus were disappointing; however after
An assuaging night Awaits us at the National Stadium in Cardiff, well, not until hostilities replaces it at kick off where the Old Lady looks to outwit the classy Los Blancos from Spain.
Real Madrid are looking to complete a double for the first time since 1958 while Juventus are on
Let me be the first to admit that Punditry is such a hard job when we all get it wrong; we are supposed to be experts and quite a number of people depend on our expert analysis to determine their mood going into a big game and in some circumstances
The connection between Education and Sports has been a long standing one that over time many of the Sports Superstars we have come to know and love have grown into prominence from their participation in schools sports.
School Sports continues to be a veritable means of guaranteeing a stable and steady
Firstly, I must say was there a scarcity of confetti in Stockholm that the Manchester United celebrations got none to celebrate such an historic feat. I must say Kudos to the young, energetic and aggressive Ajax side who stood tall all through Ninety Minutes in trying to emulate other successful
Chelsea could be crowned Champions of England by as early as Friday this week; after a devastating performance at the Bridge against relegation bound Middlesborough and considering Tottenham Hotspurs dropped points in the London derby against West Ham earlier on Friday night; all eyes will be at the Hawthorns as
A quick look at the history books doesn't make for much good reading when it involves the presence and participation of French clubs in European competition. Yes; you can not write the history of French Club football without mentioning the great Saint Etienne and Stade de Reims sides of the