Monthly Archives: January 2023

Barbie star Hari Nef dares to bare in revealing metallic top

She is set to appear in the glamorous world of Barbie, starring alongside Oscar-nominated stars and Ryan Gosling in Greta Gerwig’s live-action take on the iconic Mattel doll. And it looks as though actress Hari Nef will be a welcome

FIFA blasted for OneLove armband threat

Australia’s gay footballer Josh Cavallo says FIFA has shown his sport isn’t for everyone by vowing to penalise players wearing anti-discrimination armbands at the World Cup. Seven captains of European nations had planned to wear OneLove armbands at the World

Soccer-Saka at the double as dynamic England hit Iran for six

By Toby Davis DOHA, Nov 21 (Reuters) – England got their World Cup campaign off to a flying start as they rattled in the goals past a shell-shocked Iran and cruised to an impressive 6-2 Group B victory on Monday

Pulisic must 'prove' himself at World Cup before January window

US legend Clint Dempsey has claimed that must seize the chance to showcase his talent at the World Cup ahead of the January transfer window.  The winger has not received the minutes he would like at under both Thomas Tuchel

Didier Deschamps expects Australia to be a 'difficult opponent'

France boss Didier Deschamps expects Australia to be a ‘difficult opponent’ in their World Cup opener on Wednesday morning. The defending champions arrive in Qatar after a less than ideal preparation and lost talismanic striker for the tournament on Sunday

ROB DRAPER'S TACTICAL BREAKDOWN: Nailing set-piece routines in 6-2 win

Gareth Southgate’s reign as England manager was under scrutiny with the national team’s record coming into the World Cup – but he silenced the doubters with a near-perfect tactical performance as they won their opening game. England won 6-2 against