October 23

  • Nigeria: Super Eagles Go Down on Fifa Rankings

    Premium Times

    The downward slide of the Super Eagles on the monthly FIFA rankings continued on Thursday as Nigeria moved from 37th to 42nd position in the October edition released by the world... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Platini, CAF in Spat Over Ebola

    Daily Independent

    UEFA President, Michel Platini, is demanding that the Confederation of African Football withdraws an "insulting" statement that claimed the Frenchman was interfering in its affairs... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Court Nullifies NFF Elections

    Daily Independent

    A Federal High Court sitting in Jos has nullified the Warri General Assembly and the subsequent Elective Congress that elected a faction of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF)... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZPC to Mine Platinum

    The Herald

    ZPC Kariba coach Saul Chaminuka is worried that the absence of experienced midfielder Pride Tafirenyika could affect his side when they visit in-form FC Platinum at Mandava on... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Fight for Top Flight Football Hots Up

    The Herald

    THE pressure is getting to a boiling point as the World Navi Northern Region Division One soccer league draws to a close with four teams fighting for the sole ticket to the... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Pinnick's Sacks - - NFA Board Asks Jos Court for Stay of Execution


    Abuja - The Nigeria Football Association (NFA) on Thursday in Abuja said it had filed a stay of execution on the ruling earlier in the day by a Federal High Court in Jos. Read more »

  • Nigeria: U-23 Job Very Difficult - Siasia


    Samson Siasia has admitted that managing the under 23 national team will be a difficult task. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Anxious Wait for 2015 Afcon


    The final decision to host the 30th edition of the Africa Cup of Nations no longer resides in the domain of CAF, Ghana or South Africa, says the Ghanaian media. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nigeria Risks New Fifa Ban After Court Voids FA Vote


    Abuja - Nigeria is at risk of another FIFA ban after a court declared the elections that ushered in Amaju Pinnick as president of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) illegal. Read more »

  • Nigeria/Cameroon: We Will Beat Falcons Again, Cameroun Coach Boasts


    AFTER overcoming the Les Elephantes of Cote d'Ivoire in Wednesday's semifinal to book a final ticket, where they will meet the Super Falcons, coach of the Lionesses of Cameroun,... Read more »

  • Nigeria/Namibia: Danagogo, Pinnick Expected in Namibia Today


    IT was excitement in the Super Falcons' camp yesterday when news filtered in that the Sports Minister, Tammy Danagogo and President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Quincy Antipas a Hit in Denmark

    New Zimbabwe

    ZIMBABWE international striker Quincy Antipas continues to steal the limelight in Denmark after scoring for his new club Hobro in the Danish top-flight league last weekend. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Warriors Tumble in Fifa Rankings

    New Zimbabwe

    THE Warriors tumbled out of the top 100 in the Fifa/Coca-Cola World rankings released Thursday. Read more »

  • Nigeria/Cameroon: Cameroun, a Big Threat, but Beatable - Nkwocha, Ordega


    IF there is one team the Super Falcons will want to avoid at the on-going Namibia 2014 African Women Championship (AWC), it is the Lionesses of Cameroun. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nigerian League Top Scorer, Emem Udouk, Aims for New Goal Record

    Premium Times

    A Nigerian Premier League and Dolphins FC striker, Emem Udouk, has said he would like to set a new goal record in the elite league by breaking the existing 20 goals record. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Wolves Back in League Contention With Crushing Victory

    CAJ News

    WARRI Wolves have secured a sound victory against Crown FC following a 7-1 crushing of their opponent at the Warri City Stadium. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Court Nullifies Pinnick's Election

    This Day

    Justice Ambrose Allagoa of the Federal High Court Jos has nullified the Warri General Assembly and the subsequent elective congress that elected one faction of the Nigeria Football... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Fresh Crisis Hits Nigeria Football As Court Sacks New NFF Board

    Premium Times

    A fresh crisis is brewing in Nigeria football circles as a Jos High Court on Thursday annulled the September 30 elections held in Warri that brought in Amaju Pinnick and new... Read more »

  • Kenya: KPL Clock Ticks for KCB, City Stars, All Stars

    Capital FM

    As champions Gor Mahia edge closer to popping the champagne, things are tensing up at the bottom of the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) with none of the three relegation-threatened... Read more »

  • Uganda: Why Not Switch 2015 Nations Cup to June?


    The 2015 Nations Cup is upon us. But hardly three months before kick-off, all is not well. Read more »

  • Uganda: Vipers Eyeing Summit


    Ahead of the sixth round of games in the Uganda Premier League, Vipers FC could seize top spot with a resounding win over Kira Young FC. Read more »

  • Uganda: Sure Bet - Barca, Chelsea Unbeaten Runs Coming to an End


    Reminiscing how sublimely Cristiano Ronaldo took his goal against Liverpool on Wednesday, and of course the thrust with which Lionel Messi played against Ajax in Barcelona's 3-1... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nigeria Slumps in Fifa Rankings

    Daily Independent

    Super Eagles has dropped five places in this month's FIFA Rankings released on Thursday, dropping out of the top 40 down to 42nd in the world. Ghana also did not fare better as it... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Dolphins Striker, Eduok, Promises More Goals

    Daily Independent

    Dolphins of Port Harcourt striker, Emem Eduok, said the six goals he scored in a league match would spur him to search for more goals. Read more »

  • Angola: Libolo Expected in Luanda to Face ASA


    Recreativo do Libolo, leaders of the National Football Championship (Girabola), are expected Saturday in Luanda to meet the local Atlético Sport Aviação (ASA),... Read more »

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