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September 17

  • Algeria/Congo-Brazzaville: Es Setif - TP Mazembe to Be Played Behind Closed Doors

    CAF

    The 1st leg of the Orange CAF Champions League 2014 between ES Setif (Algeria) and TP Mazembe (DR Congo) scheduled for Saturday, 20 September 2014 at 20H00 (local time) in Setif... Read more »

  • Gambia: Wafu SG Urges Coaches to Seek Education

    The Point

    Jammeh EK Bojang, WAFU Zone A Secretary General, has called on coaches to seek as much education as possible, as there can be no development without education, weather personal,... Read more »

  • Kenya: CAF Happy With Mombasa Facilities Ahead of Africa Nations Championship Bid

    The Star

    Confederation of Africa Football have given Kenya thumbs-up in as far as the preparations for the 2017 African Nations Championship are concerned. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Hayatou Hails Rwanda for Enhanced Chan Preps

    New Times

    The Confederation of African Football (Caf) chairman Issa Hayatou has hailed Rwanda for its efforts in preparing venues which will host the 2016 Chan tournament, according to local... Read more »

  • Africa: English FA to Restrict Foreigners

    Daily Independent

    The English FA has announced a package of proposals aimed at reducing by 50 percent the number of players from outside the European Union who enter English football and making it... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Etekiama Agiti Tady Suspended for Two Years

    CAF

    In a decision of 17 August 2014, at which time Rwanda was disqualified from the Africa Cup of Nations 2015 by the Organising Committee of the Africa Cup of Nations, the player... Read more »

  • Angola: 1º De Agosto's Athelets to Play for Portuguese Belenenses Handball Team

    ANGOP

    The handball players of 1º de Agosto, Edvaldo Ferreira " Moreno" and Rome Hebo, will represent during one year the Portuguese team of Belenenses, Angop learnt on Wednesday... Read more »

  • Angola: New Models of Youth Championships Defended

    ANGOP

    The youth coach, Carlos Queirós, said on Monday in Luanda that the models that are played the youth championships must be changed so as to enable the emergence of new... Read more »

  • Namibia: Confusion Over Pirates Coaching Hot Seat

    New Era

    With the country's flagship football league, the MTC Namibia Premier League (NPL), set to officially start on October 1, confusion still reigns in the corridors of Katutura giants... Read more »

  • Namibia: Chief Zeraeua Cup Slated for Omaruru Next Month

    New Era

    The town of Omaruru will be a hive of activity when the much-anticipated 2nd edition of the annual Chief Christian Eerike Zeraeua Cup gets underway on the 4th-5th of next month, at... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dancing With the Wolves

    The Herald

    NORMAN Mapeza is bracing for a fourth straight home tie against a member of the Premier Soccer League Big Three when FC Platinum host serial champions Dynamos at Mandava in a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Examining the Big Rivalry

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWEAN academic Lyton Ncube, whose research into the rivalry between Dynamos and Highlanders triggered a hurricane of debate yesterday, reveals that he had to transform himself... Read more »

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