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SPORT

13 June 2018

Maradona's New teleSUR World Cup Show Premieres Wednesday

You can't miss this TV show co-hosted by commentator legend Victor Hugo Morales.

“De la mano del Diez” is a T.V. show that will be hosted by football/soccer legend Diego Armando Maradona and the famous Spanish-language commentator Victor Hugo Morales during the 2018 FIFA World Cup, broadcasting everyday on prime time.

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Latin America

6 June 2018

How Maradona Supports Anti-Imperialism Across Latin America

The Argentine soccer legend is a strong supporter of social causes in the continent, following the steps of his compatriot Ernesto "Che" Guevara.

Over the years Argentine soccer legend Diego Armando Maradona, has proven to be a strong supporter of the Latin American governments

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Latin America

4 June 2018

"DE LA MANO DEL 10" Debuts Its World Cup Song on Telesur

Football fans will experience World Cup fever in teleSUR accompanied by Diego Armando Maradona and Uruguayan journalist Víctor Hugo.

TeleSUR is already preparing "De La Mano Del 10", along with Diego Armando Maradona and Victor Hugo, for the coverage of the 2018 World Cup and to start warming you up we bring you the song that will accompany the program during the great sporting event.

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NEWS

Sport

1 July 2018

Mbappe Rejects US$22K World Cup Pay, Donates Wage to Charity

The 19-year-old pledged to give his US$22,455 (£17,000) per-game wage as well as bonuses to non-profit organizations.

Soccer wunderkind, Frenchman Kylian Mbappe, announced that he will donate his entire World Cup earnings to charity because he does not believe he should be paid to represent his country, the Mirror UK reported.

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Articles

29 June 2018

Diplomacy In Disguise: The Politics Of Sport

International sporting events, like the World Cup, offer global platforms for rival countries to unite under unprecedented conditions that can improve fraught relations and expose historical divisions.

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Sport

1 July 2018

SAFA President: Too Many Foreigners in African World Cup Teams

“We need to revisit the issue of awarding citizenship... Morocco had four Spanish-born players... four of Dutch heritage and five who were born in France."

 

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World

4 July 2018

Theresa May's 'Russia Boycott' Turns Into Headache as England Advances in World Cup

Britain is just two games away from making this year's World Cup finals.

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Latin America

 3 July 2018

Maradona: AMLO's Victory Makes Latin America Very Happy

Maradona is considered one of the most influential players in history and is also universally known for his leftist political stances.

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Latin America

2 July 2018

World Cup Combines Brazilian Players and Their Single Mothers

Vera Lucia, a former maid, is the mother of Brazilian forward Gabriel Jesus.

 

The often overlooked backbone, the rock, of some of Brazil's most famous football players, are gaining slightly more exposure during the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

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Analysis

22 June 2018

FIFA Forgets Stance on LGBT Rights, Proves Its Only Allies Are Corporate Sponsors

The Federation Internationale de Football Association, commonly known as FIFA, and its corporate sponsors have marketed their products to the members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community for years presenting themselves as allies and advocates for their struggles.

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Latin America

 2 July 2018

Russian Women At World Cup Victims Of Sexist, Nationalist Hate

Russian nationalist groups troll and threaten Russian women online for appearing in videos with foreign men at the soccer games, blaming them for the abuse.

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Analysis

6 June 2018

Maradona Calls England's World Cup Victory 'Monumental Theft' Against Colombia

The Argentine also criticized FIFA on his show "De la Mano del 10" for allowing match-fixing.

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Latin America

20 June 2018

Football for Peace: Ex-FARC, Paramilitaries, Victims Play Friendly Match

The former enemies met to watch the 2018 World Cup Colombia-Japan match and played one of their own.

In a historic event aimed at building peace in Colombia, former guerrilla fighters, paramilitaries, security forces, artists and professional football players met to watch their national team's first match at the 2018 World Cup and play a friendly game with citizens.

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Analysis

21 June 2018

A World Cup Without Immigrants? Here's What Your Favourite Teams Would Look Like Without Them

Football is played everywhere by everyone.

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WORLD

21 June 2018

Brazilian Fan Identified in 'Sexist' World Cup Video Fired

 

At least four "sexist" videos involving Brazilian football fans at this year's World Cup have surfaced.

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Latin America

18 June 2018

Brazil Ex-President Lula To Comment World Cup from Prison Cell

The first contribution by the prisoner-sports analyst-presidential candidate will air on Monday, one day after Brazil's first 2018 World Cup match against Switzerland.

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Sport

16 June 2018

'Hilarious': Messi Missed World Cup Penalty Because Argentina Canceled Israel 'Friendly,' Says Israeli Defense Minister

Messi blew his chance to win the match when he had a penalty saved by Hannes Por Halldorsson.

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Latin America

20 June 2018

Brazil's Lula Takes Swipe at Team's Opening 2018 World Cup Game

“Qualifying is one thing, the World Cup is different,” Lula wrote.

 

 

 

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WORLD

20 June 2018

Brazilian Fans Identified in Harassment of Woman at World Cup

One is a military policemen and the other is a former Minister of Tourism, Sport and Culture in the city of Ipojuca.

 

 

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WORLD

15 June 2018

World Cup Graffiti, Murals, Art Cover Buildings Around the World

“When I was painting Messi, I was painting a legend of my time, said artist Sergey Erofeev.

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Culture

14 June 2018

Moscow Savors 'A Taste of Mexico' In World Cup Cultural Event

Just meters from the Kremlin in Russia, the Mexican cultural extravaganza is easily accessible to visiting football fans from around the world.

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Sport

16 June 2018

'Technology' Helps France to 2-1 Win Over Australia

Technology was never going to rid football of controversy and Australia coach Bert van Marwijk was not alone in thinking that it was not a foul.

France needed the help of the first World Cup penalty awarded after a video review, and a deflected Paul Pogba goal to get their World Cup campaign underway with a scrappy 2-1 win over Australia Saturday.

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Analysis

 13 June 2018

Russia Confronts History of Racism in Football as It Hosts World Cup

With five African nations having qualified for the 2018 Russian World Cup, racist chants directed at Black football players is on the rise in the host country. The anti-discrimination Fare Network and Sova Center registered nineteen racist chants this season alone.

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WORLD

14 June 2018

Artificial Intelligence Machine Predicts 2018 World Cup Winner

Researchers ran a simulation 100,000 time to determine the winner of the 2018 World Cup.

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Analysis

13 June 2018

Russia-West Relations at Worst Point in Decades as 2018 World Cup Kicks off

Russia-West Relations at Worst Point in Decades as 2018 World Cup Kicks off

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Sport

12 June 2018

Football Not Soccer, Stupid: Difference Is Deeper Than Words

The U.S. enjoys a global culture hegemony and is able to spread their terminology through a powerful media machine.

 

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Sport

12 June 2018

World Cup: Nike Seeks to Stop Iran's National Team From Using Their Cleats

The company is citing U.S. sanctions, but for the 2014 World Cup, it provided cleats for Iran's national team despite sanctions.

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LATIN AMERICA

 12 June 2018

Amid Political, Economic Uncertainty Brazilians Lose Love for Football, World Cup

Fifty-four percent of lower-income families expressed a lack of interest in this year's World Cup.

A majority of Brazil's citizens claim that they are no longer interested in the 2018 World Cup according to a recently published survey.

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Analysis

8 June 2018

World Cups and Olympic Games: A Tale of Bad Investments

Big sporting events like the Olympics and FIFA’s World Cups have been widely criticized for being politically insensitive.

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Analysis

6 June 2018

How BDS' Non-Violence, Not 'Threats,' Led Argentina to Cancel Match With Israel

Israeli authorities claim Argentina cancelled its scheduled game with Israel due to threats they have no proof of.

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analysis

 10 June 2018

Football Against Imperialism: What Celtic FC's Solidarity With Palestine Could Teach the World

As the 2018 World Cup frenzy starts to take over the news cycle, it is essential that we highlight examples of how the sport has brought people together, such as is the case of Celtic FC and Palestine. Celtic Football Club, a football club based in Glasgow, Scotland, has consistently shown solidarity with the Palestinian struggle.

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