Sports

Denmark trades goals for cash for migrants in Qatar

Of the most critical of the conditions under which foreigners worked in the works for the 2022 World Cup, which will be played in Qatar, between November 20 and December 18, the Danes will raise 10 crowns per goal, that is a little more than 1.34 euros. In Qatar, Denmark…
MacaoSports

Formula 4: Macau driver will try to win for the third time

Charles Leong Hon Chio will try to achieve a feat never achieved in sixty-eight editions of the Macau Grand Prix. The young driver from the territory will try to win this year the main event of the biggest sporting event in the Macao SAR for the third consecutive…
Sports

Ronaldo ignores Gary Neville after criticism from ex-mate

This Sunday, during the warm-up for Manchester United-West Ham, Cristiano Ronaldo greeted the panel of commentators from British television Sky Sports who were on the pitch previewing the game. But he ignored one of them: Gary Neville, with whom he shared a locker room on…
Sports

New mixed event in Australia to kick off the 2023 tennis season

The next tennis season will start with a new mixed event, the United Cup, organized in Australia between December 29 and January 8, the men’s and women’s international associations (ATP and WTA) announced this Thursday. The United Cup will have 15 million…
PortugalSports

Computer predicts World Cup final between Argentina and Portugal

A supercomputer predicted that Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo will face each other in the final of the World Cup in Qatar, and that in the decisive game Argentina will beat Portugal and become world champions… in the penalty shoot-out. The analysis was published in the…
Sports

CR7's message after returning to Manchester United's first team

Cristiano Ronaldo took to social media this Wednesday to mark the return to training at Manchester United’s first team – he was reinstated on Tuesday – after being removed by Erik ten Hag for refusing to enter in the final minutes of the match against…
Sports

Spanish football strike possible over new sports law

The majority of Spain’s top flight football teams have threatened to go on strike against a proposed new sports law which they argue benefits major clubs like Real Madrid and Barcelona. La Liga — which governs Spain’s professional football divisions…