Free Press Journal
  • FIFA World Cup 2018: Germany to Argentina! Top 10 teams to look out for

    The 2018 FIFA World Cup kicks off on 14 June with the first match being played between hosts Russia and Saudi Arabia. 32 teams will be vying for the trophy in order to be crowned World Cup Champions. We have 32 of the world’s best teams going head to head in the biggest competition in football. National pride is at stake and tempers will flare, rivalries will be revisited and tension will be

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: Here is a look at 10 of the greatest World Cup matches

    FIFA World Cup is the show piece event of the most watched sport in the world. 2018 World Cup is just around the corner and we take a look at ten of the best World Cup matches every played. To be fair, 10 matches are not enough to do the justice what World Cup have produced over the decades but here are the 10 most memorable World Cup games of all times.

  • France look convincing for FIFA world cup after 3-1 win over Italy

    Nice: France prevailed 3-1 over Italy here in the hosts’ penultimate international friendly before heading to Russia for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Facing an Italian side that is rebuilding after failing to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in 60 years, the French looked solid overall in front of the roughly 35,000 spectators at Nice’s Allianz stadium on Friday evening, reports Efe news.

  • Italy beat Saudi Arabia 2-1 in pre-World Cup friendly

    Rome: Italy, who failed to qualify for the World Cup in Russia, struggled to defeat Saudi Arabia, who played their first friendly in preparation for the World Cup in Russia.

  • 4.7-Magnitude quake hits temblor-prone central Italy

    Milan: A 4.7-magnitude quake has hit an area of central Italy near Macerata which was struck by a series of powerful quakes in 2016. No deaths or injuries have been reported. Mayors in towns affected are reporting some damage from the temblor, which struck around dawn, and said that checks were under way.

  • Messi isn’t missed as Argentina down Italy

    Manchester : Ever Banega ensured Argentina weren’t derailed by Lionel Messi’s absence as the World Cup contenders clinched a 2-0 win over Italy in a friendly at the Etihad Stadium.

  • Europe’s populist tide sweeps Italy

    One of the reasons for decimation of centre-left and centre-right parties  is the resentment against the EU rule from Brussels, which makes it difficult for traditional parties to secure domestic support for policies that are generated within the context of the  EU and the euro single currency.

  • Italy votes in uncertain polls stalked by populism

    Rome : Italy went to the polls on Sunday in one of the country’s most uncertain elections ever with far-right and populist parties expected to make major gains and Silvio Berlusconi set to play a leading role as voter turnout heads towards a new low.

  • Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma’s lavish wedding reception in Delhi, see photos

    Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma have set a new benchmark for ultra-luxury Indian weddings. Whether it be their wedding at the Borgo Finocchieto luxury retreat near Tuscany in Italy or be their today’s wedding reception. Virat-Anushka are all over the social media, for their today’s reception in Delhi.

  • Italy fail to qualify for World Cup for first time in 60 years

    Milan, Four-time champions Italy failed to reach the World Cup for the first time since 1958 after a play-off defeat against Sweden. Italy were held to a 0-0 draw. The result means the Azzurri will not be present in the competition for only the second time in their history having declined to play at the inaugural tournament in 1930.

  • Italy lose to Sweden in World Cup play-off first leg

    Stockholm : Sweden claimed a precious 1-0 first-leg victory over Italy in their World Cup play-off here, leaving the four-time champions in danger of missing the tournament for the first time in 60 years.

  • Lions need to roar away from home

    New Delhi : One of the most consistent sides in the Hero Indian Super League (ISL), Delhi Dynamos are most certain to finish in the top four. But can they go a step ahead and fight for the big prize?

  • 26 teenage girls found dead in Mediterranean Sea

    Rome: Italian authorities have launched an investigation into the cause of death of 26 teenage girls whose bodies were recovered in the Mediterranean Sea, the media reported on Tuesday. The girls, aged 14-18, were believed to have been migrants from Niger and Nigeria who had embarked on the treacherous route to Europe from Libya over the weekend.