April 22

  • Young Warriors Gear Up for Mozambique


    The Young Warriors on Tuesday morning started preparation for the 2015 CAF Youth Championship qualifier preliminary round, second leg encounter against Mozambique, which takes... Read more »

  • Power Failure Mars Top-Drawer Clash

    New Era

    History was repeated when the MTC Premiership potential title decider between Katutura heavyweights Orlando Pirates and African Stars ended prematurely as a result of a power... Read more »

  • Nigerians Can Now Get Brazil 2014 Ticket Certificates

    Daily Trust

    The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has announced that certificates for those who purchased their FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 match tickets through the NFF are now ready for... Read more »

  • Former National Football Team Goalkeeper's Remains Laid to Rest


    The remains of former goalkeeper of the national senior men football team and Progresso do Sambizanga club, Luis Cão, who died of illness recently in Luanda were buried... Read more »

  • Keshi Gives Super Eagles Players May 27 Deadline for Scotland Friendly


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

  • Mashemeji Drawn Apart in Top 8 Semis

    Capital FM

    NAIROBI, Kenya, April 22 Local giants Gor Mahia and bitter rivals AFC Leopards were kept apart in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) Top 8 semi-finals conducted on Tuesday inviting... Read more »

  • FKF Lifts Night Matches Ban

    Capital FM

    Football Kenya Federation (FKF) has lifted night match ban that it had slapped on Kenya Premier League (KPL) clubs due to security concerns in the aftermath of last year's Westgate... Read more »

  • PSL to Probe Caps United Pee Prank

    New Zimbabwe

    THE Premier Soccer League (PSL) has vowed tough action against those responsible for an embarrassing incident where urine was poured on the Buffaloes goal and bench in a... Read more »

  • Fans React to David Moyes' Sacking

    New Times

    DAVID MOYES' departure from Manchester United was the talk of town among football lovers on Tuesday. Read more »

  • Go Well Dennis Liwewe

    Times of Zambia

    THE passing of soccer commentator Dennis Liwewe makes sad reading coming barely six days shy of the 21st anniversary of the 1993 Gabon Disaster which claimed the entire national... Read more »

  • APR Won't Get Carried Away, Says Mashami

    New Times

    THIRTEEN-TIME league champions APR FC interim head coach Vincent Mashami has said his side's increased chances of winning the Turbo King Football League will not distract the team. Read more »

  • Liwewe Dies

    Times of Zambia

    VETERAN soccer commentator and sports journalist, Dennis Liwewe has died. Read more »

  • U19 Championships Draw Conducted in Johannesburg


    The U19 Championships draw was conducted in Johannesburg on Tuesday, 22 April 2014 in which nine provincial sides and three invited Premier Soccer League (PSL) sides will battle it... Read more »

  • Tusker, Sugar Resume KPL

    CAJ News

    PREMIERSHIP log leaders, Tusker, resume their charge for a first league title when they host stubborn Chemelil Sugar on Wednesday. Read more »

  • America Bows to Kekuta Manneh After Another Brilliance

    Daily Observer

    Football fans in the United States of America's Major League Soccer once again bowed down to Kekuta Manneh's brilliance as his late strike rescued a point for the Vancouver... Read more »

  • 1º De Agosto's Advisor Considers Necessary Sacking of Coach Faquirá


    1º de Agosto?s advisor, Carlos Alves, said on Monday in Luanda that the termination of the contract with the Portuguese/Mozambican Dauto Faquirá was necessary, given... Read more »

  • Kanifing East Memorial Tournament Kicks Off

    Daily Observer

    The second edition of the Kanifing East memorial football tournament Friday kicked off at the community's playing field. The tournament is aimed at bringing the youths together in... Read more »

  • New Coach of 1º De Agosto Holds First Training Session


    The new coach of first division 1º de Agosto football team, the Bosnian Dragan Jovic, started last Monday his activities at the helm of the squad, in RI/20 field, a day after... Read more »

  • Ajax Win U19 Cup in Belhar


    Ajax Cape Town are the 2014 Metropolitan U19 Premier Cup champions. The young Urban Warriors defended the championship they won last year when they defeated Mamelodi Sundowns 1-0. Read more »

  • União Sport Team With Five Influential Players Unavailable


    Five influential players of the União Sport Clube do Uíge football team have been resenting the consequences of injuries and malaria illness, said last Monday to... Read more »

  • Futty Danso Regains Starting Spot

    Daily Observer

    When Mamadou "Futty" Danso took over one of the Portland Timbers' starting center back spots for the stretch run and MLS Cup Playoffs in 2013, he was lauded for bringing to the mix... Read more »

  • 'We Are Going for Three Points in Every Game'

    The Point

    Hagie Tunkara, assistant coach of GPA, has said his side would continue to fight for every three points in each of their remaining games of the Gambia Football Federation (GFF)... Read more »

  • CAF and FRMF Sign the AFCON 2015 Framework Agreement


    The Confederation of African Football (CAF) signed the Framework Agreement on the organization of the Orange Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), Morocco 2015 with the Royal Moroccan... Read more »

  • Moyes Sacked At United

    The Star

    Manchester United manager David Moyes has been sacked, only 10 months after succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford. The 50 year old was chosen by former manager Sir Alex... Read more »

  • Posta Rangers Run Over Bidco to Set Pace in National Super League

    The Star

    Posta Rangers opened up a three-point lead at the top of the National Super League zone 'A' with an impressive 2-0 win over Bidco. Edwin Mwaura capped a good performance by... Read more »

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