Russia fueled by pre-World Cup criticism, says Miranchuk
Sunday, 17 June 2018 KHIMKI, Russia (Reuters) - World Cup hosts Russia have been fueled by the criticism they received before the tournament, midfielder Anton Miranchuk said on Sunday as the team prepared for their second group match against Egypt.
World Cup 2018 is underway and many of the world's questions about Russia's ability to host have already been answered. Political drama aside, people from around the world have brought their incredible spirit and energy to the host country. "From Russia With Love" kicks off in Moscow around the...
CNN reports that stranded Nigerian football fans camped outside the country's embassy in Moscow have been ordered home by President Muhammadu Buhari. Authorities said that around 200 Nigerians became..
CEO Barannikov's firm, SPN Communications, is one of the largest in Russia and was heavily involved in promoting the 12 host cities during the recently concluded... PRWeek - BusinessAlso reported by •FOX Sports •FOXNews.com •Seattle Times
As many as four million people who visited Moscow during the 2018 World Cup, have spent more than 96.5 billion rubles in the Russian capital. Additional revenues... PRAVDA - WorldAlso reported by •Seattle Times
Just a month since hosting England in their opening match against Tunisia at the World Cup, heavy rains in Russia have left Volgograd's £198 million stadium... MailOnline - Front PageAlso reported by •Seattle Times
The past month has seen one of the greatest World Cup ever! It’s a far cry from eight years ago when the tournament was controversially awarded to Russia against a backdrop of concerns over politics,..