“Football Delhi is at a very advantageous location position. The AIFF Headquarters is barely an hour’s drive away. AIFF organises nearly 1500 matches across the country through its League and Competitions department every season, and over 30000 Golden Baby Leagues through the league operators,” Das informed. … [Read more...] about AIFF is ready to provide its expertise to Football Delhi: AIFF’s Kushal Das
Scuffle nuclear football
The feelgood story of this summer will obviously be nothing at all, because the world is in the process of destroying itself, but the story that thinks it’s the feelgood story of this summer is Jadon Sancho’s move to Manchester United. For a while it looked like it was just going to happen, mainly because it is just going to happen. But then we got to the end of Act II, at which point Fredo Woodward made Borussia Dortmund an offer they absolutely could refuse, so they refused it and then someone told everyone. No! All is lost! Just chill, to the next episode. … [Read more...] about Football transfer rumours: Jamal Lewis and Aïssa Mandi to Liverpool?
“He had worn No 39 while at the club (it wasn’t his regular shirt number – I guess he just took some random number that was not occupied since he joined in the middle of the season), and when he left the club decided to retire his shirt number. ‘As a motivator he influenced the team with his positive energy during a difficult spell, they explained, ‘and he helped SC Wiener Neustadt to gain previously unknown public perception.’ … [Read more...] about Footballers who have had club shirts retired having played very few games
The board also voted to add a “fourth season” in 2021. Football and volleyball will be played during a spring season, between mid-March and mid-May. Traditional spring sports will be pushed to a summer season, spanning from May to early July. Winter sports will go on as scheduled. … [Read more...] about High School Football Season Moved To Spring With Shorter Season, Fewer Games
Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki The first bomb On August 6th, 1945, the US bomber "Enola Gay" drops the first atomic bomb ever used in a war on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. The device bears the harmless-sounding name "Little Boy." About 20 percent of the city's 350,000 inhabitants are killed just seconds after the blast. A giant shock wave flattens the city center. … [Read more...] about Nuclear attack on Germany could kill half a million people: Greenpeace study