By Michael Kachitsa The game’s official history spans over 100 years, but people have enjoyed the sport of kicking around a ball for thousands of years, according to FIFA. While the first World Cup tournament happened in Uruguay in 1930, early scientific evidence of the game… Read More »How Football became a Global Sport
By Michael Kachitsa In 1581 Richard Mulcaster was writing about a game called ‘foteball’ and suggested that things might go smoother if there was a ‘judge over the parties’. Of course we all know from reading the History Of Football article elsewhere that ‘foteball’ probably… Read More »When referees were introduced in football.
By Michael Kachitsa Kylian Mbappe became the youngest player to score in a World Cup final since Pele when he put France 4-1 ahead against Croatia. The Brazilian superstar burst onto the scene back in 1958 at the age of just 17, scoring against Sweden… Read More »When Mbappe became youngest player to score in a World Cup final since Pele
By Michael Kachitsa Dortmund was founded in 1909, by a group of eighteen youths unhappy with the local chaplain’s treatment of their church-sponsored football team. Being a relatively small club, Dortmund’s ambitions were moderate to start with. The club barely avoided bankruptcy in 1929, and… Read More »The History of Borussia Dortmund
By Michael Kachitsa Reflecting on the research, Marco Paans, CEO of 90/24 Media, said: ‘In these insecure times we are all trying to find means of communications. With our friends, family’s and colleagues but also with our customers. It’s good to see how football players and fans are connecting… Read More »Football whilst in lockdown
By Leyman Publications with Acton Munthali in His Own Words Just to talk of great highlights of my football days: I started playing football as every young boy does .Many play football as young boys for fun and they don’t realise or discover their talent… Read More »Former International Footballer from Malawi, Acton Munthali Discusses His Journey
By Charles Leyman Kachitsa Former International football player, George Weah is set to be announced the next state president of Liberia having won that country’s general elections ahead of current Vice-president Joseph Boakai. The voting in Liberia started on the 27th December 2017 and as… Read More »Former International Footballer George WEAH wins Presidential Elections