Satish Sekar

December 31, 2017

The Tariff Injustice Continues

My latest video (see below) gives further details on the failure of judges to use their powers to impose tariffs […]
November 1, 2017

Crimes Against Humanity

By Satish Sekar in Accra © Satish Sekar (September 26th 2017) The Origins of Evil Before the legalisation of the […]
November 1, 2017

A Trip Down Memory Lane

By Satish Sekar in Accra © Satish Sekar (September 25th 2017) The African Malaise Africans don’t know their history – […]
July 27, 2017

Initial Response of Satish Sekar to the Report by Richard Horwell QC

Richard Horwell QC has completed his report and it has been considered by the Home Secretary, who scraped back into […]
June 21, 2017

Justice Delayed and Denied

by Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (June 19th 2014) Not an Answer A father determined to get justice for his […]
June 21, 2017

La luta Continua

by Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (June 21st 2014) Justice Warrior Miscarriage of justice survivor and committed campaigner for justice […]
June 7, 2017

The Hardest Word

by Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (March 14th 2013) Injury to Insult The Eikenhof Three are still waiting for apologies […]
May 21, 2017

Opportunism and Hypocrisy

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (May 15th 2017) Pitt’s Hypocritical Opportunism Toussaint Louverture adeptly played the colonial superpowers, France, […]
May 20, 2017

The End is Nigh

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (May 19th 2017) A Free Hand Baron William Grenville, succeeded William Pitt the Younger […]
April 28, 2021

Football’s Shame

Tomorrow afternoon Henan Construction FC’s Zambian striker, Christopher Katongo, will lead his team out in Bata as underdogs against the Black Stars of Ghana. It is the first time that Zambia has a realistic chance of success in the African Cup of Nations since their unlikely campaign in 1994 – one that was robbed by a preventable disaster of possibly the greatest ever Zambian team.
April 28, 2021

A Tragic Waste

African football has suffered more than its fair share of tragedies. April 28th will always be a difficult day for Zambians, as sixteen years ago on that day Zambian football awoke to the news that it had been dealt a crippling blow.
April 28, 2021

Broken Promises

Imagine a national football team, say Spain in 2007, or England in 1965 that was tipped for great things, were killed in a plane crash before they achieved their potential. Now imagine successive governments over two decades promising to release the report of what happened and each of those governments broke their promises. And somehow, despite the tragedy, the players that replaced them reached the final the following year, losing narrowly.
January 12, 2021

African Football – A Changing World (Part Two) – Elephants

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (December 30th 2020) AFCON Scheduling It’s always been an issue. Clubs, especially European ones, […]
January 12, 2021

African Football – A Changing World (Part One) Visions

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (December 30th 2020) Friends and Enemies FIFAGate had claimed many victims, including the only […]
January 5, 2021

More Despicable People and the World Cup (Part Three) Consequences

There is little doubt that the match between Argentina and Perú in the 1978 World Cup left a bitter taste. To some it absolutely reeked. However, the full truth about the ‘fix’ may never emerge, but enough has to expose it as one of the most despicable deals in football history.