Articles by: Gerard Robbins

Senegal The Self-Tamed Lion 0
by / on June 10, 2008 at 9:16 pm / in Uncategorized

Senegal The Self-Tamed Lion

Ibrahim Niang is a successful businessman in the New York/New Jersey area of  the USA. As proud as he is to be in America, he is equally as proud of his Senegalese heritage.  Not one  to lose or forget his roots he travels back and forth from his native Senegal whenever  time permits.  Most recently Ibrahim visited Senegal just after [...]

Read more ›
World Cup 2002 – Germany 0 – Brazil 2 0
by / on June 30, 2002 at 9:30 pm / in FIFA NEWS

World Cup 2002 – Germany 0 – Brazil 2

Ronaldo’s two second-half goals gave Brazil their fifth FIFA World Cup™ championship and firmly put the ghosts of the France 98 final to rest. It was a hard-fought and equally played match befitting a clash of world football’s biggest titans, but Ronaldo had the touch of greatness that separated the two teams in Yokohama, Japan. Ronaldo also lifts the Golden [...]

Read more ›
“It’s Not Just Grass!” Still Available To Fans After 13 Years! 0
by / on December 13, 2018 at 4:52 am / in Uncategorized

“It’s Not Just Grass!” Still Available To Fans After 13 Years!

It was a wonderful time for America and an historic moment for Soccer. The world’s most popular sport (called futbol everywhere else) had arrived on a global scale in the United States. With the hosting of World Cup 1994, soccer was shifted to a higher level of awareness amongst Americans.  This American was introduced to Pele’s “beautiful game” at World [...]

Read more ›