FIFA will go back to Morocco

FIFA will go back to Morocco

Fifa experts will make a second visit to Morocco next week after expressing some concerns over hotel capacity and stadiums earmarked for the North African nation's bid to host the 2026 World Cup.

Aguero won't be 100 percent at World Cup

Aguero won't be 100 percent at World Cup

Sergio Aguero will struggle to recover from knee surgery in time for the World Cup, according to Argentina Football Association doctor Homero D'Agostino.

El-She World Cupnnawi likely to miss

El-She World Cupnnawi likely to miss

The injury of Zamalek keeper Ahmed El-Shennawi comes as a huge blow for Egypt coach Hector Cuper who relies on him as a key figure for the Pharaohs.

FIFA visit Morocco

FIFA visit Morocco

Morocco’s bid to host the 2026 World Cup went under the microscope on Monday as a task force from global soccer body FIFA arrived for an inspection visit to assess the country’s ability to host the tournament.

Tunisia hopeful for Msakni recovery

Tunisia hopeful for Msakni recovery

Tunisia are hopeful that their star performer in the qualifiers, Youssef Msakni, can recover in time to play in the World Cup finals in June after sustaining a knee injury at the weekend.

Blatter shocked by World Cup bidding process

Blatter shocked by World Cup bidding process

Former Fifa chief Sepp Blatter says he is shocked at a rule which has been inserted into the World Cup bidding process that could allow a five-man task force to disqualify a candidate before a democratic vote is held.

Msakni to miss World Cup

Msakni to miss World Cup

Tunisia’s Youssef Msakni will miss the World Cup finals after suffering knee ligament damage, his club Al Duhail have said.

Tunisia to play Turkey

Tunisia to play Turkey

Tunisia will play a friendly against Turkey on 1 June in Switzerland as they finalise preparations for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

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