World Cup 2022: Gareth Southgate has options to consider ahead of England clash with Senegal

The quarter-final against France is looming, but as England prepare to face Senegal, HENRY WINTER questions whether Gareth Southgate will be brave enough to attack. The last time Gareth Southgate and Aliou Cisse crossed paths, a Portsmouth side steeled by the Senegalese coach beat England’s Middlesbrough side 2-1 in defence. It was 17 years ago … Read more

Jacinda Ardern and Sanna Marin answered a reporter’s question about age and gender

New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her Finnish counterpart Sanna Marin, two of the youngest heads of government and a minority of world leaders, have long faced questions about their age and sexuality. But they were quick to shoot a journalist who asked about the purpose of the Finnish prime minister’s first visit to … Read more

FIFA World Cup 2022 Australia next match kick-off time: Socceroos v Denmark, what result do we need to qualify?

Ahead of Australia’s must-win clash with Denmark, Graham Arnold was baffled when asked about the 25th anniversary of his last game for Australia. Socceroos coach Graham Arnold shared a humorous moment during his pre-match press conference ahead of their World Cup clash with Denmark – joking he “ruined my day”. Having spent half an hour … Read more

World Cup 2022: Serbia lockeroom flag photo, Germany, Iran protest

Iran coach Carlos Queiroz has delivered a withering takedown of Germany’s Jurgen Klinsmann, demanding the World Cup winner be sacked and calling him a “disgrace to football”. Iran coach Carlos Queiroz called German great Jurgen Klinsmann “a disgrace” and demanded he resign from FIFA’s Technical Committee over a savage commentary assessment in a dramatic post-script … Read more

Greta Thunberg to sue Sweden for ‘climate inaction’

Climate activist Greta Thunberg has joined hundreds of other young plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the Swedish government, alleging the country’s inaction on climate change. The suit joins 19-year-old Thunberg, who claims Sweden’s climate policy violates the European Convention on Human Rights and the Constitution. Bloomberg informed. “The Swedish state is failing to fulfill its … Read more

World Cup 2022: Wales upset by Iran leaves Group B with little hope of progress

A red card and two late goals against Iran dashed Wales’ hopes of promotion ahead of Wednesday’s pride game against England. Gareth Bale lay down on the pitch – perhaps contemplating the beginning of the end for him and several of his Wales team-mates – and was lifted to his feet by Danny Ward. It … Read more

A South African state visit tells us about the new monarchy

A version of this story appeared in the Nov. 25 issue of CNN’s Royal News, the weekly dispatch that brings you the inside track on the British royal family. Register here. London CNN — Another week, another set of firsts for the new King. This time, Charles III hosted the first state visit of his … Read more

Australian cricket news 2022: John Buchanan, ‘cowards’ blast on Justin Langer, Pat Cummins

After the Cowards’ rampage, former coach John Buchanan contacted Justin Langer and urged his protege to stand his ground. Here’s why. Former Australian coach John Buchanan sent a quote from Dr Seuss to Justin Langer in the hope he would stop the uncivil war in Cricket. Langer is the talk of Australian cricket after an … Read more

In Great Britain, a mother stabbed a pedophile to death after abusing her children

A mother told how she stabbed her pedophile neighbor to death after learning he had sexually abused her children. British woman Sarah Sands stabbed 77-year-old Michael Pleasted to death in 2014, bleeding him eight times in a “determined and sustained attack”. Sun reports. Pleasted was already a convicted pedophile and had changed his name from … Read more

Scotland’s independence referendum has been blocked by the UK Supreme Court

London CNN — Britain’s Supreme Court has ruled that the Scottish government cannot unilaterally hold a second referendum on whether to leave the United Kingdom, in a blow to independence campaigners that will be welcomed by pro-union Westminster. The court unanimously rejected an attempt by the Scottish National Party (SNP) to force a vote next … Read more