HONG KONG (Reuters) - Australia coach Alen Stajcic hailed his team's spirit and unity as they fought back to gain a late 1-1 draw with Japan to qualify for the finals of next year's Women's World Cup. Reuters
This week we’re saddling-up for an equestrian-themed show, with an exclusive interview with Bob Baffert, one of the most successful horse trainers in the world. Plus, we’ll introduce you to a horse.. Source: Euronews English -
RUSSIA — Goal-line technology will be back again at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia.
Here's a guide of the two goal-line systems that will be used to help referees decide whether a goal has been.. Source: TomoNews US -
Japan's new soccer coach Akira Nishino is facing a difficult challenge by taking over from Vahid Halilhodzic with only two months to go before the World Cup. Japan… Japan Today Also reported by •New Zealand Herald •FOX Sports
Japan's surprise sacking of head coach Vahid Halilhodzic on Monday marked a fifth coaching change from Asia's five participants at the 2018 World Cup in the past nine… Japan Today Also reported by •New Zealand Herald •FOX Sports