• Nike sales up despite Kaepernick ad campaign backlash

    Nike sales up despite Kaepernick ad campaign backlash0

    Nike sales appear to have increased in the wake of its controversial advertising campaign, using Colin Kaepernick as the face of the brand. Online sales grew by 31% in the bank holiday weekend after the ad launched, according to researcher Edison Trends. The rise will confound critics, who encouraged people to destroy Nike goods in

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  • Colin Kaepernick to go down in history like Muhammad Ali

    Colin Kaepernick to go down in history like Muhammad Ali1

    Two-time Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora says Colin Kaepernick will go down in history alongside Muhammad Ali for taking a stand over his beliefs. Kaepernick became the first NFL player to kneel during the national anthem to highlight racial injustice. “I think everybody against it now will look back in the future with regret,” Umenyiora

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  • Ali Jarrah to commemorate 25 years of disability with football gala

    Ali Jarrah to commemorate 25 years of disability with football gala0

    Ghana and Accra Hearts of Oak international goalie Ali Jarrah has hinted on commemorating 25 years of disability with some former football heroes he featured alongside in his hay days. Ali, who got paralyzed on September 5, 1993, was known for his nimbleness in goal for Accra Hearts of Oak in the early 90’s got

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  • Nike investors unhappy with the Colin Kaepernick ad

    Nike investors unhappy with the Colin Kaepernick ad0

    Wall Street seems to think Nike just blew it with its new ad campaign featuring controversial quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Shares of Nike (NKE) fell nearly 3% in midday trading Tuesday. #NikeBoycott was a trending topic on Twitter, with some people posting photos and videos of ripped Nike socks and burned Nike sneakers. Many people also wrote messages of support

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  • Nike loses some customers for supporting Colin Kaepernick

    Nike loses some customers for supporting Colin Kaepernick0

    Nike’s decision to use Colin Kaepernick as the face of its latest advertising campaign has some sports fans burning with rage. People upset with the move have started setting fire to their sneakers and sportswear to protest Nike using Kaepernick to promote the 30th anniversary of its “Just Do It” advertising campaign. The former San

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  • The rise and rise of Mo Salah

    The rise and rise of Mo Salah0

    Liverpool undoubtedly have a new king at Anfield and his name is Mo Salah. The Egyptian international had an incredibly impressive debut season on Merseyside, one that perhaps even exceeded his own expectations. His signing from Italian outfit Roma last Summer heralded a return to the Premier League after a largely forgettable spell with Chelsea.

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