What’s next for Bale after helping Wales to their first World Cup in 64 years?

After helping to guide Wales to their first World Cup in 64 years, Gareth Bale joked he would be postponing his retirement "just a little bit". Prior to the 1-0 victory over Ukraine in the World Cup play-off final, reports suggested Bale may call it a day if Wales failed to qualify for the major tournament in … Continue reading What’s next for Bale after helping Wales to their first World Cup in 64 years?

Saliba remains loyal to Arsenal despite interest from other European clubs

William Saliba insists he will remain at Arsenal next season despite saying it is a "shame" to be leaving Marseille, in an interview with France's Telefoot. Saliba spent the 2021/22 season on loan at Marseille and helped the Ligue 1 side to return to the Champions League. The 21-year-old joined the Gunners three years ago but is yet to play a … Continue reading Saliba remains loyal to Arsenal despite interest from other European clubs

How Macron influenced Mbappe’s stay at PSG

France president Emmanuel Macron has revealed he helped convince Kylian Mbappe to remain at PSG. Mbappe signed a three-year contract at the French champions, ending speculation that he could move to Real Madrid on a free contract.  Macron, who is a fan of PSG's rivals Marseille, said a meeting with the World Cup winner saw the president urge Mbappe … Continue reading How Macron influenced Mbappe’s stay at PSG

Icardi won’t leave PSG this summer

Mauro Icardi has revealed he is staying at Paris Saint-Germain next season and issued a passionate defence of his career after Italian media claimed it is under threat.  Icardi took to his Instagram story to address an article in Gazzetta dello Sport discussing his future at the French champions. "My career's under threat?," he wrote. "I still have two years … Continue reading Icardi won’t leave PSG this summer

Barca will find it very difficult to convince Bernardo – Pep

Pep Guardiola has joked that his former side Barcelona will have a difficult time trying to sign Manchester City's Bernardo Silva this summer. Reports in Spain have claimed the Catalan club will try to sign the Portuguese midfielder should they lose Frenkie de Jong this summer.  But City manager Guardiola has appeared to quash any talk of Bernardo leaving the Etihad … Continue reading Barca will find it very difficult to convince Bernardo – Pep

Milner signs new one-year Liverpool contract

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 17: James Milner of Liverpool is challenged by Marcus Rashford of Manchester United during the Premier League match between Liverpool and Manchester United at Anfield on October 17, 2016 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images) James Milner has signed a new one-year contract extension at Liverpool until the summer of 2023. The … Continue reading Milner signs new one-year Liverpool contract

Why churches should invest in universities

Martin Luther (1483–1546) was a leader in the Protestant Reformation, a man used by God to call the church back to His Word. Luther defended the Bible as the highest authority in all matters, and it is because of this that he believed in Christian education. Luther is a fascinating character gifted in his use of … Continue reading Why churches should invest in universities

COVID-19 Deaths: Biden administration tried to lie about the figures

Biden administration officials recently tried to calculate the number of daily COVID-19 deaths Americans would "tolerate," Politico reports. Three people familiar with the administration's discussions told the news outlet that a target of 200 or fewer Americans was considered before officials decided not to use it in pandemic planning. The sources, who were granted anonymity to … Continue reading COVID-19 Deaths: Biden administration tried to lie about the figures

Germany to lose €5 billion per year from Russia-Ukraine war

Russia’s sanctions against Gazprom Germania and its subsidiaries could cost German taxpayers and gas users an extra 5 billion euros ($5.4 billion) a year to pay for replacement gas, the Welt am Sonntag weekly reported, citing industry representatives. In May, Russia decided to stop supplying Gazprom Germania, which had been the German subsidiary of Gazprom, after Berlin put the … Continue reading Germany to lose €5 billion per year from Russia-Ukraine war

Wonderful Namibia

In the Himba tribe of Namibia in Southern Africa, the date of birth of a child is fixed, not at the time of its arrival in the world, nor in its design, but much earlier: since the day the child is thought in His Mother's mind. When a woman decides she's going to have a … Continue reading Wonderful Namibia

Mike Fratello wins Lifetime Coaching Achievement Award

Mike Fratello, who followed 16 years as an NBA head coach with a successful career in the broadcast booth, is the winner of the 2022 Chuck Daly Lifetime Achievement Award. It is given annually by the National Basketball Coaches Association, which announced the honor on Sunday. “Mike Fratello’s accomplishments are well documented, both as a coach and … Continue reading Mike Fratello wins Lifetime Coaching Achievement Award

Wales grabs final World Cup slot in US group

Joe Morrell of Wales celebrates after their sides victory during the FIFA World Cup Qualifier between Wales and Ukraine at Cardiff City Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, on June 5, 2022. (Michael Steele/Getty Images) Wales defeated Ukraine 1–0 on Sunday to claim the final spot in Group B of this fall’s World Cup. Wales will be the … Continue reading Wales grabs final World Cup slot in US group