April 24

  • Nigeria Meets Benin in WAFU Semi-Final

    Daily Trust

    Nigeria's U17 male football team will clash with their counterparts from Benin Republic in the semi-final of the WAFU B Tournament at the Stade Municipal in Togo on Friday. Read more »

  • Nigerian League - 14 Coaches Jostle for Giwa FC Job

    Premium Times

    More than 14 coaches have applied for the vacant post of Head Coach of Giwa FC of Jos, Sam Adesoji, the Marketing Officer of the club, has said. Read more »

  • NFF Warn States to Comply With Federation Cup Schedule

    Daily Trust

    The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has issued out warning to all 36 States of the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory, not to default on the date for final matches of... Read more »

  • Nile Basin, U-23 Added to Cecafa Menu

    Capital FM

    The Cecafa Nile Basin Cup Winners Cup and Under-23 tournaments have been added to the regional football calendar by the governing body. Read more »

  • Eagles Get May 27 Deadline for Scotland Friendly

    Daily Trust

    Stephen Keshi, the Super Eagles' Head Coach, has said players invited for the friendly against Scotland were expected to arrive the team's camp latest on May 27. Read more »

  • Eight in Line for Amavubi Coaching Job

    New Times

    THE FEDERATION of Rwanda Football Association (Ferwafa) has released eight names of coaches interested in the job of Amavubi Stars head coach. Read more »

  • Kigali to Host Kagame Cup Championship

    New Times

    THE COUNCIL of East and Central Africa Football Association (Cecafa) has confirmed Kigali as hosts of the 2014 Kagame Club Championship scheduled for August, but the dates are yet... Read more »

  • Footballer-Turned-Politician Rwayitare Died Fighting to End Ethnic Segregation

    New Times

    Long before Augustine Rwayitare had hung up his soccer boots, the Amavubi soccer star of the 1980s had already crossed the 'T' and dotted the 'I' on his destiny. He was determined... Read more »

  • Bosso, Hwange in Top Table Showdown

    New Zimbabwe

    LOG leaders Highlanders face off coal miners Hwange in a top of the table Castle Lager premiership tie at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday. The Bulawayo giants have become the... Read more »

  • Diamonds in the Dirt


    THE Namibian Newspaper Cup again showcased that this country is abound with football talent but the means to harvest it is limited. Read more »

  • Injured Mushekwi Back in South Africa

    New Zimbabwe

    ZIMBABWE international striker Nyasha Mushekwi is back in South Africa on an early break, as he continues with his rehabilitation following an injury he suffered early this year. Read more »

  • Mushekwi Back in South Africa

    New Zimbabwe

    ZIMBABWE international striker Nyasha Mushekwi is back in South Africa on an early break, as he continues with his rehabilitation following an injury he suffered earlier this year. Read more »

  • Limping Harare City Face Dynamos

    New Zimbabwe

    HARARE City, staggering from one defeat to another, date champions Dynamos in a must win Castle Lager premiership tie at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday. Read more »

  • We Shall Be Ready for Anyone, Says Micho As He Eyes Morocco 2015


    As Africa eagerly awaits the preliminary round draw for the 30th Africa Cup of Nations Morocco 2015, Uganda coach Milutin Sredojovic "Micho" has set his sights on ending the... Read more »

  • She-Wasps Lines Up Zambia Warm-Up


    The Rwanda women national team has lined-up an international friendly fixture against Zambia scheduled for May 4 in Kigali as part of the two teams' final phase of preparations for... Read more »

  • GFF 2nd Tier 1st Round Winds Up

    The Point

    The 2013-2014 Gambia Football Federation (GFF) second division league first round recently wrapped up with thrilling, fascinating and exciting fixtures in Banjul, Brikama, FIFA... Read more »

  • GFF Apologises

    Daily Observer

    The Gambia Football Federation has apologised to Gambians for the administrative blunder that cost the country a place in the African Youth Championship in neighbouring Senegal... Read more »

  • Liberia Admit Gambia's Superiority

    Daily Observer

    The Liberians have admitted that The Gambia U-20 team were a better side than theirs in the two sides African Youth Championship qualifier in Monrovia on April 6th and are hoping... Read more »

  • Samger's Coach Urges Strikers to Step Up

    The Point

    Jaine Joof, head coach of Samger FC, has challenged his strikers to step up and start banging in the goals to lift his side from the relegation zone. Read more »

  • Sise's Feni Moves Out of Red Zone With First League Win

    Daily Observer

    Gambian coach Omar Sise's team moved out of the relegation zone after Nigerian forward Chuka Charles' double strike gave his Feni Soccer Club their first victory in the Nitol-Tata... Read more »

  • Ruderless Leopards in Deep Crisis

    Capital FM

    After a storming finish last term where they caught the bouquet thrown by archrivals Gor Mahia, this was the year when AFC Leopards were meant to push for the title. Read more »

  • Kekuta Manneh in Running for Goal of the Week

    Daily Observer

    Gambian striker Kekuta Manneh's 86th minute effort against the Los Angeles Galaxy has been nominated for the Major League Soccer Goal of the week competition. Four other strikes... Read more »

  • President Cup 2014 - the Semifinals Posters Known

    Africa Top Sports

    After the last group matches played on Wednesday, we know the table of semifinals of the President Cup 2014. This Under 17 international competition being held in Togo, under the... Read more »

  • Abdalla Flops On His First Mission for Leopards Against Mathare

    The Star

    Juma Abdalla's mission to revive AFC Leopards flagging season began on a wrong footing as they lost 1-0 to an enterprising Mathare United side at the Nyayo Stadium yesterday... Read more »

  • Gor At Summit

    The Star

    Gor Mahia stormed back to the top of the Kenya Premier league points table with a resounding 3-0 victory over Muhoroni Youth. Read more »

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