14 March ~ A contributor to the Comment Middle East website explains how the corruption of the Mubarak regime affected football.

"Looking at this title, you may be thinking 'football is the last thing that should be on our minds right now'. But I would argue that football in Egypt is one of the finest epitomes of the past and current situations, and will also be a scale on which to judge the success of the revolution." Read the full article

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