October 22

  • Nigeria: CAF Inspectors for Ultra-Modern Ibom Stadium

    This Day

    The Confederation of African Football (CAF) will send officials to inspect the brand-new Akwa Ibom International Stadium, Uyo, which has been proposed to stage next month's AFCON... Read more »

  • Kenya: What Caused It?

    The Star

    Sofapaka have condemned the violence that was witnessed at City Stadium during their GOtv shield semi-final where they were leading holders AFC Leopards 2-0 before the fracas... Read more »

  • Nigeria/South Africa: Amodu Lists 66 Players for Congo, South Africa

    This Day

    Super Eagles interim coach, Shaibu Amodu, has submitted to the technical department of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) a list of 66 players with the potential of playing for... Read more »

  • Nigeria: NFF Gives Amodu 66-Man List

    Daily Trust

    The Super Eagles interim manager, Amodu Shuaibu yesterday disclosed that a 66-man list has been handed over to him by the technical department of the Nigeria Football Federation to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: League Reschedules Yadah TV Semis

    The Herald

    THE World Navi Northern Region Division One have postponed the weekend Yadah TV knockout soccer tournament semi-final by a week. The semi-finals had been lined up for this weekend,... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Play With Your Hearts, Pinnick Charges Falcons

    Vanguard

    NFF President Amaju Pinnick has charged the Senior Women National Team, Super Falcons, to play with all their heart when confronting the Banyana Banyana of South Africa in the semi... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Stand United's Warning to Big Guns Good But...

    Daily News

    A FEW days ago there was an interesting sports news item which was carried by one of the local television channels. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe/Morocco: Zim Date Morocco, Iran

    The Herald

    YOUNG Warriors coach Callisto Pasuwa believes his side will get a real chance to gauge their strength and character when Zimbabwe face much tougher tasks against Morocco and Iran... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Triangle Eye Survival

    The Herald

    RELEGATION fighters Triangle say they will not be easy opponents and have warned Harare giants CAPS United to brace for a tough outing when the teams clash in a league match at... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Amodu Invites Ik Uche, 65 Others for Congo, S/Africa

    Vanguard

    Stand in coach of the Super Eagles, Shuaibu Amodu yesterday in Abuja revealed that he has lined up a legion of 66 players including in-form Villarreal of Spain striker, Ikechukwu... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Bayana Must Fall - Falcons

    Vanguard

    Super Falcons central defender Onome Ebi has said today's semi final clash with Bayana Bayana of South Africa is key to their hope of reclaiming the title they lost two years ago... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Murape Warns Chapungu

    The Herald

    DYNAMOS skipper Murape Murape says the defending champions are looking to maintain their place at the top of the table and has warned Chapungu to brace for reprisal when... Read more »

  • Namibia: Namibia Hopes for Knock-On Effect

    Namibian

    Jackey Gertze, the head of the women's desk at the Namibia Football Association, hopes the Brave Gladiators' eye-catching displays in the tn mobile African Women Championship will... Read more »

  • Namibia: Falcons Eye Banyana Revenge

    Namibian

    Nigeria's Super Falcons head into Wednesday's semifinal clash against South Africa's Banyana Banyana seeking retribution for being knocked out at the same stage by the same... Read more »



October 21

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