The two most successful sides in FA Cup history are going head-to-head in a fourth round tie that has us salivating. Arsenal vs Manchester United is an engrossing grudge match at the best of times, but a Friday night FA Cup clash on free-to-air TV in the UK feels like it's even more of an occasion than usual, and we'll tell you how to get a free Arsenal vs Man United live stream wherever you are.Arsenal vs Manchester United - where and whenThe FA Cup showdown will take place at Arsenal's home ground - the Emirates Stadium in North London, England.The game itself kicks off on Friday, January 25 at 7.55pm GMT (2.55pm ET or 11.55am PT in the US, and 6.55am AEDT in Australia on Saturday morning).Those who say that the FA Cup has lost its magic shouldn't need much persuasion to cast their minds back 20 years (yes, 20 years!) to one of the all time great FA Cup goals. That mazy Ryan Giggs run and thundering finish past David Seaman to take United through to the 1999 Cup Final deep into … [Read more...] about Arsenal vs Manchester United live stream: how to watch FA Cup football from anywhere
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By Zaka Ud Din Ahmad Gondal Published: August 16, 2018 0 SHARES Share Tweet Email Pakistan ranks 201 out of 206 in the FIFA World ranking, and 46 in the Asian Football Federation (AFC), which is basically at the bottom of the table. PHOTO: STOCK The Middle East, notably the UAE and Qatar, is not just sponsoring European football clubs; it is also inviting them to occasionally play friendly matches in their home grounds. This is not only to promote football in the region, but also to promote their heritage amongst football fans. China, the Asian giant, is investing heavily in their football league by buying expensive players from top leagues of the world for their local clubs. Similarly, India has just successfully organised an Under-17 (U-17) FIFA World Cup this year, and is also following in the footsteps of China to improve their league. They are organising a Football Super League with the help of celebrities, and many top businessmen are buying the clubs in … [Read more...] about Pakistan, a champion of making footballs, but not the game itself
ON THIS DAY 1899: The Headingley ground in Leeds was used for Test cricket for the first time when England and Australia fought out a low-scoring draw. 1967: Primo Carnera, once the heaviest world boxing champion, died at the age of 60. He weighed in at 19st 4lb when he made his second defence against Tommy Loughran in 1934. 2006: Arsenal were cleared by FIFA of any breach of rules concerning their relationship with Belgian club Beveren. The Gunners had an arrangement with Beveren to play friendly matches and loan players. 2009: Wimbledon's new Centre Court roof was used in a match at the tournament for the first time after rain interrupted the clash between Dinara Safina and Amelie Mauresmo. 2011: New Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas confirmed Roberto Di Matteo as his assistant first-team coach at Stamford Bridge. Di Matteo would later succeed Villas-Boas on an interim basis following the sacking of the Portuguese and guide the club to a Champions League and FA Cup double before … [Read more...] about Champions League winner Roberto Di Matteo unveiled as assistant first team coach at Stamford Bridge
By Arhama Siddiqa Published: June 28, 2018 0 SHARES Share Tweet Email Chicken wings are one of those universal foods: if you’re a fan of chicken, you’re pretty much a fan of chicken wings. PHOTO: ARHAMA SIDDIQA The stage has been set. Stadium lights are ablaze. Billions around the world are worshipping the black and white ball. Even those who don’t really follow football are simply tailgating and gathering in groups to cheer on their favourite teams. The FIFA World Cup is already shaping up to be more exciting than many had hoped. Hosts Russia kicked off the 2018 World Cup against Saudi Arabia in Moscow. There have already been some shocks: Russia, the lowest-ranked team in the competition, was the first to qualify for the Round-of-16; defending champions Germany have been knocked out of the competition; Argentina just made it through by an inch; and who can forget Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal is still going strong (special mention of his amazing … [Read more...] about Munch on these easy, lip-smacking snacks instead of your nails while rooting for your World Cup team!
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