Racism out of stadium

On Wednesday, December 9th, Paris Saint-Germain beat Istanbul Basaksehir 5-1 for the sake of the last game of group stage of the Champions’ League and got qualified for the round of sixteen in upcoming February/March, about to be played against FC Barcelona of Lionel Messi. But the most important is elsewhere. That game was of course a claimed victory over racism after the events of … Continue reading Racism out of stadium

Ceaseless move in the NBA

While the NBA new season 2020/2021 is about to begin, if things do happen as planned, by the end of December (22nd), some big move has already occurred in the franchises regarding players’ departures and arrivals, and you may find it hard to recognize Oklahoma or Detroit after this. African fellows are no exception After four years fighting for the Toronto Raptors (2017-2020) and a … Continue reading Ceaseless move in the NBA

Liverpool is on cloud nine

Liverpool has great chances to be the favorite team to their own succession in this 2020/2021 season of Premier League. After the title of last year and the supremacy over English football, the Reds impressed this weekend by blowing up Crystal Palace 7-0 on the lands of their victims of the day.  The first time ever that Liverpool scores seven goals away With Guinean midfielder … Continue reading Liverpool is on cloud nine

Kessié/Bennacer, a dynamic duo for AC Milan

Despite the coronavirus disease crisis that is currently spreading all over the world, local football championships try to unfold as best as possible. Encouraged by 1000, 1500 fans or simply before empty stands, football players keep on working in a weird atmosphere that is still difficult to handle. The fourth day of Serie A, happening this weekend in Italy, was the opportunity to witness AC … Continue reading Kessié/Bennacer, a dynamic duo for AC Milan