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Topic - World Cup Playoff
Police used tear gas to disperse rock-throwing fans outside the stadium before the African Champions League final Sunday, an outburst that has heightened fears for an upcoming World Cup playoff between Egypt and Ghana.
Bob Bradley is hoping to restore some pride to Egypt's bruised soccer team.
Two years ago, American coach Bob Bradley was brought to Egypt with much fanfare to help the national soccer team qualify for the World Cup amid political turmoil.
The Egyptian Football Association's board of directors will meet on Monday to "discuss" the heavy 6-1 loss to Ghana in the first leg of their World Cup playoff, a surprisingly one-sided defeat which has put American coach Bob Bradley's future in doubt and restored a feeling of gloom to the North African country's top sport.
Ghana wants FIFA to move next month's World Cup playoff game at Egypt to a neutral site, saying it's too dangerous to play coach Bob Bradley's team in Cairo.
Former Argentina teammates of Diego Maradona back his claims that there were no drug tests before a World Cup playoff with Australia in 1993. They also say they have no knowledge of receiving performance-enhancing drugs.
Former Argentina teammates of Diego Maradona back his claims that there were no drug tests before a World Cup playoff with Australia in 1993. They also say they had no knowledge of receiving performance-enhancing drugs.