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Written by Pat McGuinness – Twitter: @patsfballblog The CONIFA Paddy Power World Football Cup 2018 is now a happy memory – but it was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the thousands of people who came to watch the tournament’s 16 teams battle for the Cup over 48 matches. People from across the globe came to 10…Details
Written by Pat McGuinness – Twitter: @patsfballblog One of the least-heralded teams to take part in this year’s World Football Cup, the Ukrainian region of Kárpátalya surprised a great many people by winning the tournament! One of the players who played a big part in Kárpátalya’s triumph is Gergo Gyurki, who plays his club football…Details
Written by Pat McGuinness – Twitter: @patsfballblog Cascadia were not reckoned to be among the front-runners for this year’s World Football Cup as they had not played a game prior to the tournament – but they put everyone on notice with two impressive wins in Group A to qualify for the quarter-finals, thrashing Tamil Eelam…Details
The Confederation of Independent Football Associations (CONIFA) is pleased to announce the following individual awards following the 2018 Paddy Power World Football Cup: Goalkeeper Bela Fejer Csongor has been named the Paddy Power Player of the Tournament, following numerous impressive stints in goals for eventual champions Karpatalya including a match-winning save in the penalty shoot-out.…Details
The Confederation of Independent Football Associations (CONIFA) has been alerted to comments of the Sports Minister of Ukraine, Igor Zhdanov, regarding Karpatalya, winners of the 2018 Paddy Power World Football Cup. Minister Zhdanov posted on his official Facebook page: ‘I call on the Security Service of Ukraine to respond appropriately to such a frank act…Details