July 18, 2024

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Netherlands boss Van Gaal reveals he has prostate cancer

The 70-year-old made the admission on a television show in the Netherlands called Humberto on Sunday evening while promoting a new documentary about his life.

FIFA ratifies Kenya's indefinite suspension

The decision was arrived at during the ongoing FIFA Congress in Doha, Qatar.

Uhuru opens Jamhuri Sports Ground

Speaking at the opening ceremony, President Kenyatta said, ““This place is 100 percent free of charge. You will not be required to pay any money to use it.”

Teen tennis star Okutoyi, rally ace MacRae named January and February’s best

“I now feel motivated ahead of my busy calendar starting with Croatia Rally where I will compete in the Junior WRC, Pearl of Uganda, ARC Equator Rally and round up with the WRC Safari Rally,” MacRae, who was flanked by his dad Phineas, a retired Rally driver said.

Cameroon goalkeeper Onana survives serious car crash

Onana was traveling to Yaounde, the capital of Cameroon, when the incident happened.

NOCK signs deal to tackle mental health among athletes

NOC-K and Chiromo Hospital Group have already begun working in collaboration and started with a seminar of sports administrators from federations trained on safeguarding athletes during the administration courses and workshop where mental health issues were addressed.

Buffon to play until at least 46 with Parma extension

The 44-year-old Buffon joined Parma in June more than a quarter century after beginning his legendary career with the team.

FIFA and UEFA suspend Russia from international soccer

“Football is fully united here and in full solidarity with all the people affected in Ukraine,” FIFA and UEFA saiad. “Both presidents hope that the situation in Ukraine will improve significantly and rapidly so that football can again be a vector for unity and peace amongst people.”

FIFA suspends Kenya from all international football activities

FIFA President Gianni Infantino, speaking on Thursday evening said,  “We had to suspend two of our member associations — Kenya and Zimbabwe. Both for government interference in the activities of the football associations of these associations. These associations are suspended from footballing activities with immediate effect and they know what needs to be done for them to be re-admitted or for the suspension to be lifted.

Global Sports Bodies raise Concern Over Kenya Copyright Bill

The Sports Rights Owner Coalition (SROC) is an alliance of more than 50 international and national sport bodies, representing some of the world’s leading sport codes and competitions – including the English Premier League, the FA Cup, Wimbledon, MotoGP, and the Rugby World Cup.