Robert Abela invites Michael Mifsud to Castille

Nov 28 2020 Share

Following an illustrious football career and countless honours for the Maltese forward, Michael Mifsud has retired from professional football. 

To celebrate his career and years as ambassador for Malta, Prime Minister Robert Abela invited Mifsud into Castille and commended him for being one of Malta’s best football players, wishing him luck for the future. 

Ħadt pjaċir niltaqa’ ma’ Michael Mifsud fil-Berġa ta’ Kastilja. Michael se jibqa’ mniżżel bħala wieħed mill-aqwa…

Posted by Robert Abela on Friday, November 27, 2020

Moreover, during the span of his international career, Michael Mifsud played 143 games and scored 42 goals, the last of which being against Liechtenstein.


This company will pay you $2,500 to watch Christmas films

Nov 27 2020 Share

The term ‘dream job’ is thrown a lot nowadays but we may have found the definitive dream job of 2020 and what’s better is it pays $2,500 and one year’s worth of streaming service subscriptions! 

Reviews.org has released a call for applicants to watch 25 Christmas movies for 25 days and then fill in a survey. 

Unfortunately, applicants must be eligible for work in the United States, but we think it’s time to introduce a service like this in Malta!


Malta National Team rises four places in FIFA rankings

Nov 27 2020 Share

The Maltese National Team has risen four points in FIFA’s rankings to secure its place in 176th place, according to FIFA.com. 

The squad has secured two wins against Liechtenstein and Andorra in the past few days with a draw against The Faroe Islands.

The national team has also advanced in the UEFA rankings to secure it’s spot at 51st place, just one place away from being in Pot 5 in future group draws.


4 deaths, 15 in ITU and 4,000 currently in quarantine

Nov 27 2020 Share

Follow the Superintendent for Public Health Charmaine Gauci press briefing at 12:30, it was revealed that out of the 194 patients being treated for COVID-19 at Mater Dei, 15 of them are currently in the Intensive Care Unit. 

Along with the report of 4,000 people currently in quarantine, 4 more COVID-related deaths were revealed, taking the death toll up to 132. 

This follows Chris Fearne’s news that bars and clubs will remain closed for the rest of the year in order to control the spread of COVID-19 during the holiday period.