The UEFA Nations League, Cristiano Ronaldo's future, and Hout Bay United Football Community has a new stakeholder! Listen to the latest episode of the International News Desk, only on the #SLPodcast!
The UEFA Nations League is back and, as per normal, brings yawns and confusion to football fans around the world.
UEFA seemingly decided it would be a good idea to take international friendlies, and make them into a new competition, much to the demise of footballers who have complained about the busy schedules already in place.
Surprisingly, however, 2018 FIFA World Cup winners France are sitting second from bottom in their group – this could be thanks to the number of injuries they have to star players including Karim Benzema, Paul Pogba, and N'Golo Kante.
Hout Bay United Football Community has been on the mind of Andrew Pilley for over 18 months, and it is now official: The UK-based businessman has bought a 50% shareholder's stake in the club. Andrew is also the owner of Waterford FC in Ireland, and Fleetwood Town FC in England. This is an exciting time for the Cape Town-based club!
On the latest episode of the International News Desk, the Pogba brothers and the apparent witch doctor debacle are also discussed. The UEFA Nations League brings boredom to football fans, and Hout Bay United Football Community has a new stakeholder!