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In less than a month, all eyes across the globe will be on Brazil for the World Cup. Every four years, football addicts worldwide share new tactics, squad lists, expectations and hopes. Amid all the obvious gems, it’s worth searching for those young players who might not yet have the crown of stardom around their …
Egypt’s El Sherbini taken out in first round of WSA squash championship
Premier Skills brought together 50 Egyptian and Syrian grassroots football coaches to work side by side for a week of intensive community development coaching. The course offered the Syrian and Egyptian coaches the chance to work together on a shared passion: football. The Community Coach training course took place from Wednesday 30 April to Tuesday …
Results in Group 2 set up an exciting end to the season, Al-Ahly look to secure a playoff spot in Group 1
The location will give hosts Egypt the chance to defend the 2011 title they won for the first time in Chennai, India, on home soil.
Egyptian team ranked second at the Dubai 2014 IPC Power lifting World Championships, winning four gold, six silver, and two bronze medals
Five Egyptians reach last eight on home turf
Al-Zamalek are looking to play catch up in Group 2 when they face Al-Minya on Thursday
Egyptian No.1 stays on course to retain El Gouna International title
Ga Sabry, whose only previous appearance in the main draw of a PSA World Series event was a first round exit in the 2013 World Championships, impressed on the Red Sea resort of El Gouna
Egyptian teenager Nour El Sherbini claimed the biggest Women’s Squash Association World Tour title of her career
Egyptian football has been deeply affected by the political and social events that stormed the country since the 25 January 2011 Revolution, especially by the Port Said massacre, which occurred on 1 February 2012, where 72 Al-Ahly supporters were killed in the Port Said stadium by Al-Masry fanatics. However, Egyptian football is trying to recover, …
By James M. Dorsey Egyptian football is adding salt to the run-up to presidential elections that are certain to be won by the country’s strongman, newly retired general Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, with the announcement of the controversial chairman of one of Egypt’s foremost clubs that he too was a presidential candidate. An outspoken lawyer known …
“The Egyptian player is the first Arab to be honoured on such an occasion”, Egyptian ambassador in Japan says
Mercedes-Benz celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Mercedes Trophy worldwide with special highlights
World football fans are familiar with the names of Eden Hazard, Jan Vertonghen, Romelu Lukaku, Marouane Fellaini, Vincent Kompany, Thibaut Courtois and Simon Mignolet. Wwhat gathers this set of quality footballers are their Belgian passports. Belgium was never a football giant, as the national team appeared in 12 World Cups and their best result was …
Attention turns to domestic league as three Egyptian teams exit African competitions
Thousands of fans turn out to support their BPL teams at “the ultimate fan experience” event
England’s Laura Massaro won 11-7, 6-11, 11-9, 5-11, 11-9.
18-year-old world No27 from Alexandria beat Malaysian world No1 4-11, 11-9, 11-6, 2-11, 11-9
Street Children’s World Cup tournament to raise awareness for plight of homeless children worldwide
Elshorbagy booked his place in the final with a 3-2 win over World No.1 Nick Matthew, his second consecutive win over the Englishman having beaten him in the 2013 Qatar Classic final, in a tense and hard-fought battle full of sublime squash action.
Somouha ties but remains the team with the highest points in groups 1 and 2
The 28 year-old star has been a professional footballer since he was 16, and has since made over 500 Premier League appearances.
Selected players will get a full professional football experience in Brazil
Egyptian clubs progress in African competitions
The winners in the elite men and women’s categories received monetary prizes of $600 for first place, $500 for second, $400 for third, $300 for fourth and $200 for fifth place.
African football federation distances itself from decision to block fans from stadium and resulting clashes with security
Highs and lows for Egyptian Squash players
Originating as a military and hunting skill, archery dates back to at least 50,000 years ago. The ancient Egyptian civilisation was among the first to employ archery; both for hunting purposes and during warfare. With the advent of firearms, however, the bow and arrow were almost pushed to extinction. The first sign of revival for …