Maltese officials in UEFA Regions Cup, Under-17 mini-tournaments

| October 2nd, 2012 | Comments Off

FIFA Referee Clayton Pisani has been appointed to officiate in a UEFA Regions Cup Intermediary Round Group 8 mini-tournament in the Veneto Region from the 5th to the 9th of October 2012.

He will be accompanied by Elite Assistant Referee Paul Apap.

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Five players invited for trials following successful Footy4U summer programme

| October 2nd, 2012 | Comments Off

Another successful summer programme at Footy4U Malta has come to an end, with no less than five Maltese boys being invited for trials.

Following its success last summer, Premier Skills and West Bromwich Albion Football Club coaching staff arrived in Malta on July 13th to carry out the Professional Opportunities Course for players and goalkeepers, in collaboration with Footy4U Malta, for the second time.

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Another narrow defeat for Under-17 national team

| October 1st, 2012 | 4 Comments »

The Malta Under-17 side led by coach Branko Nisevic suffered another narrow defeat in the UEFA Under-17 Championship Group 9 mini-tournament, losing 1-2 to Portugal.

Gonçalo Guedes put Portugal ahead on 17 minutes but Antoine Attard levelled matters on 31 minutes. However seven minutes later, Rui Moreira restored the lead for the Portuguese. The latter player missed a penalty on 54 minutes.

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Valletta beat Hibernians to maintain perfect record

| September 30th, 2012 | 31 Comments »

Champions Valletta maintained their hundred per cent record as a goal by Joao Gabriel da Silva enabled them to beat rivals Hibernians 1-0.

For the Paolites, this was the first defeat after winning the first five matches and now lie in second place together with Birkirkara.

In fact, a hat-trick by Jean Pierre Mifsud Triganza paved the way for Birkirkara as they returned to winning ways, defeating Tarxien Rainbows 4-1.

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Extended content, amplified experience with GO’s sport package

| September 30th, 2012 | 3 Comments »

GO has announced that GO sports 7 and 8 – are now also available on the GO Interactive platform. This means that throughout the UEFA Champions League fans will be able to watch all 8 simultaneous matches. Another alternative is the Pay Per View live streaming option through

In a press statement, GO also explained that GO sports 1 will now be airing in HD with extensive coverage of Formula 1 and other selected sporting events such as Football, Golf, Tennis and Rugby.

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