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    TweetThe Kiss of Death Luis Rubiales, Spanish Football Federation chief, is resigning after the kiss scandal.  Luis Rubiales kissed star player Jenni Hermoso on the lips as he handed the Spanish team gold medals last month, provoking outrage and protests from Spanish national players and the sports community, resulting in a global reckoning and turmoil. A few minutes before the Kiss, it didn’t help to see Mr. Rubiales grabbing his crotch as a victory gesture at the exclusive section sitting with Queen Letizia of Spain and 16-year-old Princess Sofia nearby. During his press conference, Mr. Rubiales repeatedly refused to resign and got a standing ovation.

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    Tweet  Last Wednesday,  Diego Maradona died at his home on the outskirts of Buenos Aires at the young age of 60. Thundered a tweet that was less than 140 characters. The best soccer player ever lived, the artist, the poet, the dancer, Diego the golden boy, the maestro who made millions of hearts stop, his heart finally stops. Maradona, a short 5.5Ft confined a bulky body with a lower center of gravity on the soccer field was the most beautiful thing you’ll ever see. “He was touching the ball as his lover,” a sportswriter wrote; based on where he carcasses it, it will decide your fate. Maradona was the last…

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    Tweet      Every four years, the month of June becomes a month of magic and spectacle around the world. It’s FIFA World Cup time! And for millions of people around the world, and a few lonely Americans, football is the only game in town. It is for some a religion and a divine gift from above. In Egypt, shops, churches, and mosques close, at work people use all their sick days to stay home to watch the games, coffee shops are open all day and nights for the game, only time where the military regime let people in gathered and watching the game in public squares and coffee shops.…


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