Connect with us

Sports News

Kylian Mbappe Donates World Cup Earnings To Charity

Published

on

Kylian Mbappe Donates World Cup Earnings To Charity

France youngster, Kylian Mbappe, is giving away his 2018 world cup earnings to charity.

The nineteen-year-old, according to Sports Illustrated, earned approximately $22,000 per game, with bonuses plus a title-winning bonus of around $350,000.

READ:  Chess: FIDE Nullifies NCF Decision To Ban Players

The superstar will also get a cut of France’s thirty eight million prize money for the world cup victory.

Instead of lounging the money on himself, the Paris Saint-Germain star now plans to donate his winnings to a charity that provides sports activities to disabled and hospitalized children.

READ:  Nelson Chamisa 'Is Not The Answer To Zim's Economic Challenges' - Govt

Mbappe is an ambassador and huge supporter of the charity, pdc.  He became a partner last year.

Sports News

Former Watford Manager Javi Gracia Appointed As Valencia Coach

Published

on

By

Former Watford Manager Javi Gracia Appointed As Valencia Coach

Valencia have appointed Watford’s former boss, Javi Gracia, as their new coach on a two-year deal.

The Spaniard is Valencia’s third full-time manager in the last 12 months, after the sackings of Marcelino last September and Albert Celades last month.

READ:  Former G.F.A Head Denies Corruption Charges

50-year-old Gracia led Watford to 11th place in the EPL and fa cup final in 2018/2019.

Continue Reading

Sports News

Osimhen: Lille Forward To Arrive In Italy For Napoli Transfer

Published

on

By

Osimhen : Lille Forward To Arrive In Italy For Napoli Transfer

Super Eagles’ forward Victor Osimhen is set to join Napoli from Lille.

Osimhen’s move to Napoli was delayed by negotiations over the striker’s image rights.

READ:  FOCAC Expected To Bring More Opportunities For China-Zambia Agricultural Cooperation - Expert

There are reports of an agreement already in place.  The move will cost Napoli 80 million euros.

The announcement will be made on Friday.

Osimhen scored 18 goals and provided six assists in 38 games across all competitions for Lille and was voted the club’s player of the year last season.

READ:  Tyson Fury Accused Of Bribing A Farmer To Cover Up Drug Cheating

Continue Reading

Sports News

Mauritian Football Club Fined For Not Using FIFA’s TMS Paperwork

Published

on

By

Mauritian Football Club Fined For Not Using FIFA's TMS Paperwork

FIFA has sanctioned a club in Mauritius, Cercle De Joachim for failing to use its transfer matching system.

The club has been fined more than $10,000 for failing to comply with FIFA’s regulations governing the recruitment of foreign players after it recruited five footballers from teams in Madagascar but failed to use the TMS for four of those players.

READ:  Libya Death Toll Rises To 205 Amid Clashes In Tripoli says W.H.O

The club now has 30 days to pay the fine.

Continue Reading

Trending

Copyright © 2018 African News Network. All Rights Reserved.

%d bloggers like this: