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Posted in: Wheelchair tennis ace Shingo Kunieda retires See in context

Tennis ace Shingo Kunieda is a legend. Wishing the world renowned player all the very best.

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Posted in: World welcomes 2023 and leaves a stormy year behind See in context

Happy and Healthy 2023 to everyone.

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Posted in: Benedict XVI, first pope to resign in 600 years, dies at 95 See in context

Respectful farewell to Benedict XVI.

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Posted in: Pelé, Brazil’s mighty king of ‘beautiful game,’ dies at 82 See in context

Pelé added beauty to the Beautiful Game. RIP Sir. Strength and courage to all his loved ones.

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Posted in: Retired pope's ailing health raises questions of what's next See in context

Benedict XVI has served the church with dedication and distinction. Wishing the Pope Emeritus good health.

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Posted in: Moriyasu to stay on as Japan manager after World Cup run See in context

Foreign-born managers are yet to make their mark at the FIFA Word Cup tournaments. Samurai Blue are growing in stature. History shows no team has ever won FIFA World Cup with a foreign-born coach/manager.

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Posted in: Season's greetings See in context

Joy to the world. Happy and healthy 2023.

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Posted in: Emperor Emeritus Akihito turns 89 See in context

Happy birthday to Emperor Emeritus Akihito.

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Posted in: French federation to go after abusers of World Cup players See in context

Hats off to all the footballers of African origin. They are shining all over the footballing world. Be it for club or countries of their choice, African footballers are taking football to the next and a higher level. National football squads of the United States, Brazil, Canada, Portugal, France, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, England, the Netherlands, Germany, and others look up to footballers of African origin to win them silverware.

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Posted in: Argentina beats France on penalties to win World Cup See in context

Argentina and France took football to the next and a higher level. A big thanks to footballers of Argentina, France, and to all footballers from the participating teams. All the best for 2026 World Cup.

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Posted in: Gvardiol shines as Croatia wins 3rd-place match See in context

Football is the winner. “Little Pep”, Jamal Musiala, Bukayo Saka, Jude Bellingham, Jérémy Doku, Gonçalo Matias Ramos, Vinicius Jr and other such young international football stars have displayed readiness to take the Beautiful Game to the next level.

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Posted in: France ends Morocco World Cup dream to set up Argentina final See in context

The Atlas Lions versus Croatia could be yet another thriller to come. Morocco has scored memorable wins against higher ranked Portugal, Spain, and Belgium. Les Bleus were well served by the hardworking Hugo Lloris, Antoine Griezmann, Kylian Mbappé, and their team mates. Well played Morocco and well played France.

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Posted in: Messi and Alvarez fire Argentina past Croatia 3-0 into World Cup final See in context

Lionel Messi is offering joy to lovers of beautiful football. His dribbling, passing, running, and shooting skills are a treat to watch. Well played Argentina. All the best in the summit clash.

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Posted in: Portugal prepares for post-Ronaldo era after World Cup exit See in context

Viva football. FIFA World Cup 2026 in America, Canada, and Mexico will be yet another glorious podium for Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Luca Modric, Harry Kane, Neymar Jr, and their colleagues to display their love for the Beautiful Game. For any supremely fit athlete, age is just a number on a piece of paper.

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Posted in: Morocco reaches World Cup semifinals with 1-0 win over Portugal See in context

Qatar has been a happy hunting ground for the Atlas Lions. Serial winner French-born gaffer Walid Regragui is sure to carry the "most wanted" tag across the footballing world. Well played Morocco.

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Posted in: France beats England 2-1 to advance to semifinals See in context

3 lions and Les Bleus played attacking football. The two footballing giants kept their fans on their toes till the very end. Well played England and well played France.

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Posted in: Kishida, Obama call for nuclear-free world at international forum in Hiroshima See in context

Planet Earth and humankind are thirsting and hungering for clean drinking water, food, and peace. Long live humanity.

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Posted in: Argentina beats Netherlands in penalty shootout See in context

Lionel Messi is peaking at the right time. Outstanding footballer who has the ability to take his side higher up in world football. Well played Argentina.

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Posted in: Croatia beats Brazil on penalties to set up semifinal clash with Argentina See in context

Croatian Livakovic is proving to be a hard nut to crack. In Qatar, Dominik has been outstanding under the bar. Zlatko Dalic has a compact defense, versatile midfield, and hungry men all over the park. Luka Modric is getting younger each passing year. Well played Croatia.

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Posted in: Empress Masako turns 59; reflects on half a lifetime as royal See in context

Happy birthday to Empress Masako.

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Posted in: Portugal deny Ronaldo reported World Cup walkout threat See in context

Their best is yet to come. Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Luca Modric, Olivier Giroud - they are all proven heroes waiting to lay their hands on the World Cup. All the best to them and to their fans.

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Posted in: The next World Cup will jump to 48 teams. Is bigger better? See in context

From Total Football to "FIFA Total World Cup Football" is positive thinking. Italy, Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Turkey, Greece, Austria - they all are absent in Qatar. Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Egypt, Algeria, South Africa play attractive football. India, New Zealand, China, Colombia, and several other aspirants can all contribute to making the tournament a far bigger success with more countries, more footballers, and many more fans.

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Posted in: What's next for Japan after World Cup? See in context

AFC Qatar 2023 is round the corner. The current Samurai Blue squad will be a hot contender to lay hands on an important continental trophy, the equivalent of Copa America and European Championship.

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Posted in: Finding pieces of India in Japan See in context

Indian foodways are gaining attention worldwide. Chapati, paratha, naan, rumali roti, zunka bhakar, bhendi and baingan bhajji, pulao, jeera-lemon-tamarind rice preparations, rassam-sambhar-idli-vada-dosa, upama, papadum, khakra, and chutneys - are all mouth-watering veggie-based food items in India's exciting culinary culture.

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Posted in: Ramos bags hat-trick as Portugal crush Swiss 6-1 to reach quarterfinals See in context

Portugal is brimming with footballing talent. Clubs like Porto, Sporting Lisbon, Benfica, Braga and their feeder football banks keep supplying quality footballers to the national side and to major football teams across Europe. Viva Portugal.

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Posted in: Morocco beats Spain on penalties to advance to quarterfinals See in context

Teams like La Furya Roja or the Samurai Blue need to finish the game in normal playing time. Winning from the spot require other skills, temperament, weight, and height. The Atlas Lions were better equipped for their onward pilgrimage. Congratulations.

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Posted in: Croatia reach World Cup quarterfinals with penalty shoot-out victory over Japan See in context

The speedy Samurai Blue won the hearts of fans with their breath-taking dribbling, body-swerves, power-packed shots, and astute passing bouts. As they return to the Land of the Rising Sun, with their heads held high, Japan footballers and fans will be remembered by their legion of admirers world-wide. Well played Japan. Congratulations to winners Croatia.

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Posted in: Neymar returns as Brazil brush aside S Korea 4-1 to reach quarters See in context

The Samba Kings are peaking at the right time. Seleção Brasileira look compact in defense, versatile in midfield, and deadly upfront. Well played Brazil and well played South Korea.

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Posted in: World Cup without booze makes for 'different' atmosphere See in context

Football is the winner in Qatar. Playing brilliant brand of football, players offer satisfaction to thirsting fans at the World Cup venues. Fans dancing in the stands is a pleasing sight. The singers too display sense of timing and fine coordination as they express they joy through their melodious singing. The Qatari Arabs are taking the Beautiful Game to the next and a higher level. Hats off to the FIFA 2022 World Cup organizing trend-setters.

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Posted in: Moriyasu has vast array of options for knockout match against Croatia See in context

Fans of Samurai Blue, of men in Orange, of La Albiceleste, and of the 3 Lions are roaring with joy all over Qatar. Gaffers Hajime Moriyasu, Louis van Gaal, Lionel Scaloni, and Gareth Southgate are leading their troops with dedication and distinction.

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