Best African football teams right now (Part 3)

Uganda The Cranes continue to fly high. Although their run in Egypt ended in the Round of 16, the Ugandans left a good overall impression. They produced some pleasing football, especially against the DRC (2-0) in the first round. Uganda also hosted and won the CECAFA Cup – Africa’s oldest football tournament – this year. …

Best African football teams right now (Part 1)

Nigeria Gernot Rohr’s relatively young squad led the Super Eagles to third place in the African Cup of Nations after a convincing overall campaign, which included a 2-0 defeat to Madagascar and a consequential semi-final defeat to Algeria (1-2).  Nigeria, who claimed a satisfying win against their neighbours, Cameroon (3-2) in the Round of 16, …

Best African football teams Right now (Part 1)

Algeria is the best football team on the African continent, after winning the 2019 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) hosted in Egypt. The Desert Foxes defeated Morocco at the top of the rankings, ahead of Nigeria, Tunisia, Senegal, and Madagascar. 1. Algeria Algeria won the top prize in African football for the second time in …

Most Entertaining Leagues in World Football (Part 1)

Brasileiro Serie ABrazil’s national league comes in 10th place with a ranking of 4.8.The big strength for Serie A is a fantastic reputation for nurturing huge quantities of talented young players, many of whom go on to become expensive players of European clubs, generating funds to continue producing the next batch of young players in …

The Most Entertaining Leagues in World Football (Part 1)

There are many debates over which leagues are the best to follow or have the best players compete—or even which are the most competitive and cultural diverse in terms of who can challenge for honours. However, it’s often rated based on personal preference, so this article will give a mathematically ordered breakdown, an amalgamation of …

Coronavirus: Real Madrid players and coaches take pay cuts to help out

Real Madrid have officially announced that their players and coaches have agreed to take pay cuts between 10-20% while many matches have been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The club say the action has been taken in an effort to eliminate the “traumatic measures that influence the rest of the workers”. Real’s move follows …