With a reporter and photographer on ground, a team of experienced analysts on hand and a special website dedicated to the biggest news and best videos, TheCable is the place for football fans to follow the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
TheCable’s Remi Sulola landed in Moscow, Russia, on Tuesday ahead of the opening game on Thursday between Russia and Saudi Arabia at the Moscow Luzhniki Stadium.
Nigeria’s Super Eagles will play Croatia in their first match on Saturday at the Kaliningrad Stadium, and Sulola will be there to capture the news behind the news.
Key features of TheCable World Cup coverage are:
- A dedicated subdomain for all the facts, figures, fixtures, scores, tables, photos, videos and news
- Live blog and live tweet of matches, including ALL the ones involving Nigeria
- A team of analysts featuring Aisha Falode, head of Nigeria Women Football League, Kayode Tijani, renowned sports journalist, Victor Akhidenor, the former head of TheCableSport, and Sunday Omeike, a regular contributor to TheCableSport.
Taiwo George, editor of TheCable, described the package as “something nobody will want to miss”.
“The World Cup comes once in four years so our readers deserve to enjoy every bit of it,” he said.
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