July 03

July 02

  • Africa: Decisive Weekend for CHAN 2016 Hopefuls

    CAJ News

    A NUMBER of countries that won their opening matches for the CAF 2017 African Nations Championship (CHAN) are tipped to progress to the next stage while others face an uphill task. Read more »

  • Malawi/South Africa: Muhamad Sulumba, Mecium Mhone Sign With Cosmos


    Malawi's Blantyre United forward Muhamad Sulumba and Blue Eagles winger Mecium Mhone have been signed by South Africa's Premier Soccer League side, Jomo Cosmos, Malawi24 has... Read more »

  • Gambia/Senegal: Bah, Sambou Boost for Scorpions


    Gambia has received a major boost ahead of their African Nations Championship (CHAN) Rwanda 2016 qualifier against Senegal this weekend in Bakau with the availability of Real de... Read more »

  • Africa: Liberia Host International As Ebola Ban Lifted


    International football returns to Liberia this weekend when they host Guinea in a 2016 African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier after the lifting of an Ebola-induced ban. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Referees Saga Rages

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe Referees' Committee vice chairman Wilfred Mukuna has angrily rejected Dynamos president Kenny Mubaiwa's assertion that the swift suspension of last Sunday's match... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe/Comoros: Warriors in Goalkeeping Crisis

    The Herald

    Warriors coach Callisto Pasuwa has called up CAPS United goal-minder Chris Mverechena as he moves to avert a potential goalkeeping crisis ahead of his team's trip to Comoros... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: CAPS United Brace for Chicken Inn

    The Herald

    CAPS United coach Mark Mathe has challenged his troops to up their game and rise from their mid-table position which he believes is not in keeping with the Green Machine's brand. Read more »

  • Kenya: Aladwa to Back New Look Leopards Leadership

    The Star

    Immediate former AFC Leopards' secretary general George Aladwa has thrown his weight behind the newly installed office chaired by Walter Onyino. Read more »

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