Moses finally parts Wigan for Chelsea after five bidsSaturday, 25 August, 2012, 3:17am
After a two-year qualifying process involving 204 nations, and another month of almost non-stop football, there was poetic justice. For it was Spain, a team admired for its commitment to a collective brand of soccer, and winner of the fair play award, which won the World Cup.14 Jul 2010 - 12:00am
The Ultimate World Cup Guide 2010 is a must-have for football fans.
At 132 pages, it's all a football fan needs to know about the World Cup, the 32 teams playing, the history of the event and all the highlights.
It examines the players and coaches of each team, and provides a group-by-group analysis.21 Apr 2010 - 12:00am
The Ultimate World Cup Guide 2010 is a must have for football fans.
At 132 pages, it is all a football fan needs to know about the World Cup, the 32 teams playing, the history of the event and all the highlights.
It examines the players and coaches of each team, and provides a group by group analysis.18 Apr 2010 - 12:00am
A 73-year-old man fell to his death from an unfenced spectator stand in a Kowloon Park stadium that staff had previously been warned was a safety hazard, an inquest heard yesterday.
Ma Ying-yim died in Queen Elizabeth Hospital on September 2, eight days after falling 2.4 metres from a tiered stand at the park's indoor sports stadium during a martial arts competition.21 Jun 2002 - 12:00am
I totally agree with the comments made by Mike Fletcher in his letter headlined, 'Stop drunken yobs from ruining Sevens' (South China Morning Post, April 8).16 Apr 1999 - 12:00am
Nineteen ninety-eight will be the year of the football fan.
The word is out on the soccer grapevine that spectators should be treated as valued customers, not as potential problems. A 'roll out the welcome mat and they won't feel inclined to wreck your home' approach has been advocated.12 Jan 1998 - 12:00am
YOUR correspondent (South China Morning Post, July 27) has put his finger on some of the most cogent points concerning the coming Hong Kong Stadium. As he states, it will indeed be a superb, purpose-built stadium, and, as he suggests, one of the purposes for which it will be suitable in the field of mass entertainment is pop concerts.3 Aug 1993 - 12:00am
A THREE-DAY sporting and community extravaganza is being lined up to celebrate the opening of the new Hongkong Stadium, writes Nazvi Careem.
The spectacular stadium, designed to hold 40,000 people, will open on March 11, 1994, with parades and ceremonies featuring several top local celebrities.17 Jul 1993 - 12:00am