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Suarez unapologetic  for handball that sent Ghana crashing out of 2010 World Cup

Uruguay forward Luis Suarez has refused to apologise for the handball that sent Ghana crashing out of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

The former Liverpool and Atletico Madrid star deliberately stopped a goal-bound ball with his hands during the quarter final clash that would have seen the Black Stars become the first African team to ever reach the World Cup semi finals.

Suarez denied Ghana an extra-time winner and ultimately sent them painfully  crashing out of the competitions.

In a Thursday’s press conference ahead of Friday’s final Group H match of this year’s World Cup, a Ghanaian reporter asked Suarez if he feels sorry for the incident.

However, Suarez insisted it was Ghana’s fault for missing their penalty after  Asamoah Gyan failed to convert a subsequent spot kick.

According to the Daily Mail, the same journalist referred to Suarez as ‘the devil’ himself as Uruguay and Ghana go head-to-head once again on Friday afternoon.

Suarez responded to the comment by saying: ‘The first time, I don’t apologise about that. I take the handball – but the Ghana player miss a penalty, not me.

Suarez was sent off after denying Ghana a ticket to the tournament’s semis.

‘Maybe I apologise if I injure a player but in this situation, I take a red card, the ref say penalty, it’s not my fault.’

The painful memories 12 years down the line are still fresh among Ghanaian and African football fans ahead of Friday’s crucial encounter between the two ends.

Ghana will face the South Americans seeking revenge, knowing a draw should be enough to take them through to the last 16 at the expense of their bitter enemies.

Suarez was seen celebrating Gyan’s missed penalty as he headed down the tunnel. The particular clash was decided in penalties but Uruguay eventually won 4-2.

Kenya: Tusker and AFC Leopards clash in Premier League matchday three

Defending champions Tusker will host 1998 winners AFC Leopards in their FKF Premier League match scheduled to be played on Sunday, November 30, 2022, highlighting the round three action.

Both teams have kicked off their 2022/23 season campaign with wins. Tusker started off their season with a 2-1 win against Kakamega Homeboyz and a 4-1 win against Nairobi City Stars in the second round. AFC Leopards beat Ulinzi Stars 2-0 in the first round.

On Saturday, a doubleheader will feature at the Ulinzi Sports Complex. Kenya Police will play against Kakamega Homeboyz at 2 pm, and at 4 pm, Ulinzi Stars will face off against Posta Rangers.

Round Two

Saturday, December 3, 2022

  1. Kenya Police vs Kakamega Homeboyz (Ulinzi Sports Complex, 2 pm)
  2. Ulinzi Stars vs Posta Rangers (Ulinzi Sports Complex, 4 pm)

Sunday, December 4, 2022

  1. Nzoia Sugar vs Sofapaka (Sudi Stadium, 3 pm)
  2. Nairobi City Stars vs FC Talanta (Ruaraka Stadium, 3 pm)
  3. Tusker vs AFC Leopards (Kasarani Stadium, 3 pm)
  4. Bandari vs KCB (Mbaraki Stadium, 3 pm)

Kenya: 2022/23 FKF Women’s Premier League season to kick off this weekend

The 2022/23 FKF Women’s Premier League season is set to commence on Saturday, December 3, 2022, with 3 matches lined up across different venues.

2020/21 crowned champions Thika Queens will be playing against Trans Nzoia Falcons who finished fourth in the FKF Women Premier League zone B side, on Saturday, at the Kenyatta Stadium, Kitale,

Zetech Sparks will host Ulinzi Starlets at the GEMS Cambridge grounds on Saturday, December 3, 2022.

Nakuru City Queens and Gaspo Women will battle it out at the Nakuru Showgrounds on Sunday, December 4, 2022, at 2 pm.

The 2022/23 Women Premier League season will be played as a unified league.

Round One


  1. Trans Nzoia Falcons vs Thika Queens (Kenyatta Stadium, Kitale, 2 pm)
  2. Zetech Sparks vs Ulinzi Starlets (GEMS Cambridge, 2 pm)


  1. Nakuru City Queens vs Gaspo Women (Nakuru Showgrounds, 2 pm)