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Matildas launch new kit for Women’s World Cup

first_imgCanberra: Australian women’s national team will wear brand new kit with the words “Never Say Die” printed inside at the upcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup, starting on June 7 in France.With captain and star striker Sam Kerr and defender Ellie Carpenter in attendance, the new home and goalkeeper kit featuring a fresh design for the nicknamed Matildas were launched in Paris on Monday, the Football Federation Australia (FFA) said.The all-new Australia home kit unveiled by Nike is part of a first-ever national team collection designed exclusively for the Australian team, which shows the growing popularity of the top quadrennial event of women’s football. IANSAlso Read: Sports Newslast_img read more

Europa League wrap: Dortmund, Bilbao win, stone-throwing fans halt game in Albania

first_imgThere were few surprises in the Europa League qualifiers on Thursday – and an unsavoury incident during Kukesi v Legia Warsaw.Jonas Hofmann scored the only goal of the game as Borussia Dortmund won 1-0 at Wolfsberger AC – not to be confused with their Bundesliga rivals VfL Wolfsburg.Other favourites such as Athletic Bilbao (2-0 winners over Inter Baku) and Bordeaux (3-0 winners over AEK Larnaca) got their first-leg ties off to smooth starts, but Sampdoria were humbled 4-0 at home to Vojvodina.FK Kukesi fans threw stones at visiting Legia Warsaw players as their match was abandoned. Legia midfielder Ondrej Duda was struck by a stone and fell to the grass in Tirana.Medical staff bandaged his head on the pitch. The Polish side said on Twitter that they expected to be awarded the victory in the tournament’s third qualifying round after the incident.On the British front, West Ham saw a 2-0 lead disintegrate after the sending-off of James Collins as they draw 2-2 with Astra Giurgiu at Upton Park. Southampton cruised past Vitesse Arnhem 3-0 while Aberdeen – whose 65 travelling fans endured the longest trip in the history of UEFA competitions at 5,495km – lost 2-1 at Kairat Almaty of Kazakhstan, albeit with a valuable away goal to take to Scotland.Results:Kairat Almaty 2 – 1 AberdeenElfsborg 2 – 1 Odd Ballklubb AIK 1 – 3 AtromitosAltach 2 – 1 Vitoria de GuimaraesApollon Limassol 1 – 1 FK QabalaFC Krasnodar 2 – 0 Slovan BratislavaLiberec 2 – 1 Hapoel Ironi Kiryat Shmona PAOK Thessaloniki FC 1 – 0 Spartak TrnavaSturm Graz 2 – 3 Rubin KazanAZ Alkmaar 2 – 0 Istanbul BasaksehirFC Zurich 0 – 1 Dinamo MinskThun 0 – 0 FC Vaduz Zilina 2 – 0 VorsklaBroendby IF 0 – 0 Omonia NicosiaDebrecen 2 – 3 RosenborgRabotnicki 1 – 0 TrabzonsporTirgu Mures 0 – 3 Saint-Etienne Bordeaux 3 – 0 AEK LarnacaSporting Charleroi 0 – 2 ZoryaStandard Liege 2 – 1 ZeljeznicarAthletic Bilbao 2 – 0 Inter BakuWest Ham United 2 – 2 Astra Giurgiu Belenenses 2 – 1 IFK GothenburgHajduk Split 2 – 0 StroemsgodsetSampdoria 0 – 4 VojvodinaSouthampton 3 – 0 VitesseWolfsberger AC 0 – 1 Borussia Dortmund–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

Bechem United President labels delayed league start as hell

first_imgPresident of Bechem United Kingsley Owusu Achau has labelled the delayed start of the Ghana Premier League as hell and also a serious drain on the pockets of club owners.The Ghanaian top flight has been delayed over what appears to be a never-ending legal tussle between Techiman City vs. Wa African United and Dreams FC vs. Tema Youth FCThe Tema-based side have filed an appeal at the Court of Arbitration and Sports seeking to overturn a decision by the judicial body of the Ghana FA over the eligibility of Cudjoe Mensah.Mensah was accused of registering for two clubs in two different tiers of the leagues in the country under different names – Daniel Gozar and Cudjoe Mensah.Techiman City and Wa African United are also battling a case with the Ghana Football Association over their demotion to the third-tier after the GFA Ethics Committee found both teams guilty of bribery and match fixing in a division one league game.Owusu Achau who finances Bechem United says the situation is draining their pockets as well as affecting his players. “It is financially draining our pockets, it’s financially hell, you feed the players three times a day, you train and you don’t know when we are going to start the league.”“Actually, it is a blow, a blow to Ghana Football, l wish we could find a way to resolve these issues earlier than January 10.”“This is where we are, we have to make do with whatever they tell us,” he told Adom Sports.“For us the club administrators, we are really worried by the delay of the league, especially those of us who finance the clubs.”The start date for the league is yet unknown after the December 20 date was not met due to the issues with the disciplinary committee. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more