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Archives: Egypt

Listen to Soccer Morning at 10am ET with guests James Montague and David Cartlidge

Posted on by Alex Muller

Today’s episode of Soccer Morning features guests David Cartlidge and James Montague to discuss the latest soccer news and talking points. Cartlidge will discuss Real Madrid’s 2-0 win against Schalke in the UEFA Champions League among other topics, while Montague … Continue reading

Africa Cup Of Nations In Doubt As Host Country Withdraws Due To Ebola Concerns

Posted on by Peter Quinn

Next year’s Africa Cup of Nations is in doubt after the proposed host country Morocco pulled out of the tournament due to fears regarding the Ebola outbreak on the continent. Last week, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) received a letter from the … Continue reading

PBS to Show Documentary About Bob Bradley and Egypt National Team

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell
Bob Bradley

American Pharaoh is a documentary produced by PBS detailing the struggles in Egypt and one soccer team’s journey to qualify for the ultimate tournament, the FIFA World Cup. American Pharaoh follows the Egypt National Team’s former manager Bob Bradley, who also … Continue reading

Egyptian Winger Mohamed Salah Will Join Liverpool From Basel in January, Says Report: Nightly Soccer Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris
Mohamed Salah

Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah will join Liverpool Football Club in January from FC Basel, according to a report tonight. Salah’s close friend and former teammate Mohamed Zika revealed the news to Egyptian TV today. Salah, a 21-year-old winger with 27 caps for … Continue reading

After Egypt Decides Not to Renew Bob Bradley’s Contract, Bradley’s Next Job May Be In Norway

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Not surprisingly, the Egyptian Football Association (EFA) has decided not to renew Bob Bradley’s contract as coach of the national team after the nation exited in the World Cup playoffs stage due to their aggregate defeat to Ghana. EFA Chairman … Continue reading

Egypt vs Ghana, World Cup Playoff 2nd Leg: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Today will most probably mark the final day of Bob Bradley as Egypt manager. After losing the first leg 6-1 to Ghana, Bradley and his Egyptian team have an opportunity to hold their heads high today by getting a respectable … Continue reading

Ghana vs Egypt, World Cup Qualifier, First Leg; Watch It Live Beginning At Noon ET: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Watch Ghana vs Egypt, Noon ET, live on beIN SPORT, beIN SPORT Espanol and DishWorld. Don’t be surprised if you see a ton of neutral soccer fans cheering for Egypt today in their first leg of their World Cup qualifier … Continue reading

Where to Watch Panama vs USA, Ghana vs Egypt & the World Cup Qualifiers On US TV & Internet

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If you’re a soccer fan in the United States, you have a mammoth 29 live World Cup qualifying matches to choose from today, many of which have massive implications on what countries will be playing in the World Cup next … Continue reading

The Top 5 Must-See Soccer Matches On Television This Weekend

Posted on by Matt Jones

International weekends are often a bit of a downer. But at least this weekend we’ve got some pretty decent, competitive fixtures to look forward to, rather than the pointless friendly games that regularly punctuate the domestic calendar. It helps too … Continue reading

beIN SPORT Acquires Rights to African World Cup Qualifiers Including Egypt vs Ghana: Nightly Soccer Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris

beIN SPORT has acquired the US media rights to the African World Cup qualifiers including the massive two-leg playoff between Egypt, managed by former US coach Bob Bradley, and Ghana. Under Bradley, Egypt has been on an incredible run but … Continue reading

World Cup Playoff Draw Revealed for Africa: Bob Bradley’s Egypt Faces Tough Tie vs Ghana

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Egypt, coached by Bob Bradley, have accomplished so much in the past two years under the leadership of the American — even despite the Port Said riots and the national league being shut down. Against all the odds, Egypt qualified … Continue reading

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