November 21

  • Gambia: Sk West Meets Banjul in Super Nawettan Opener Sunday

    The Point

    The 2013 Super Nawettan champions Serrekunda West will host Banjul in the opening game of the 2014 Premier Games-sponsored Super Nawettan on Sunday 23 November 2014, at the... Read more »

  • Gambia: Super Nawetaan Back As Serekunda East Seek to Extend Record

    Daily Observer

    The 23rd edition of the Super Nawetaan football competition will get underway on Sunday when defending champions Serekunda West begin the defense of their title with a home clash... Read more »

  • Gambia: Lamin Set for Double Finals

    Daily Observer

    The Lamin Sports Committee is bracing up for a double final in both the league and knockout competitions at the Sanna Jatta Memorial Football Filed that will also draw the curtain... Read more »

  • Gambia: Message for the Super Nawettan Zones

    The Point

    The Super Nawettan matches will start on 23rd November 2014 at the Serekunda West Park between Serekunda West 2013 Super Nawettan champions and Banjul. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mapeza Puts FC Platinum On Right Track

    Zimbabwe Independent

    AFTER enduring four hard years in the Castle Lager Premier League, FC Platinum finally made their first baby step towards achieving their long set goal of becoming one of... Read more »

  • Namibia: The Untold Story of Glamour Football Club, African Stars

    New Era

    African Stars began life as Juvenile Football Club before a group of talented footballers from the Ovaherero and Ovambanderu section threw their weight together as they resolved to... Read more »

  • Nigeria: NFF Takes Blame for Eagles' Failure

    Daily Trust

    The Nigeria Football Federation has accepted full responsibility for the failure of the Super Eagles to reach next year's Africa Cup of Nations finals in Equatorial Guinea. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZRP Morris Fight Relegation

    The Herald

    ZRP Morris assistant coach Martin Bonongwe believes they are still in control of their destiny as they fight to survive the chop when the curtain comes down in the World Navi... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Women Turn Their Guns On Mashingaidze

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE Women's Football chairperson Miriam Sibanda has written to ZIFA president Cuthbert Dube expressing her concerns over the way women's football is being treated by the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: We Are in for a Climax [opinion]

    The Herald

    EVERYTHING, as of now, points to a ZPC Kariba success story in the domestic Premiership -- it's theirs to lose and, even though they have a tough tie against CAPS United, it's hard... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Can Saul Be King?

    The Herald

    THIS time, last year, Saul Chaminuka was part of the CAPS United technical crew plotting how they would ambush Harare City, who stood on the threshold of winning their maiden... Read more »

  • Malawi: Bullets to Sign Ishmael Thindwa

    Malawi24

    In a bid to beef up their striking force Big Bullets F.C are looking forward to sign former EPAC hit man Ishmael Thindwa from Zimbabwean side, Caps utd, Malawi24 can reveal. Read more »

  • Kenya: I Like the Fact That Red Devils Are Cocky Since Pride Comes Before a Fall

    The Star

    The focus this weekend is naturally the big match between Arsenal and Manchester United. And if statistics are anything to go by; I don't know why Arsenal is even agreeing to play... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Injured Akpan Out for Three Months

    This Day

    Injured Super Eagles midfielder, Hope Akpan, will spend three months on the sidelines due to the dislocated shoulder he suffered in Nigeria's away clash with Congo Brazzaville in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Gunners Captain Optimistic

    The Herald

    GUNNERS captain Tendai Huwa says they just need to concentrate on their game against Bindura United, adding they can still win the World Navi Northern Region Division One title.... Read more »

  • South Africa: Cosatu Congratulates Bafana Bafana [press release]

    COSATU

    The Congress of South African Trade Unions congratulates Bafana Bafana on qualifying for the finals of the African Cup of Nations. They were the clear leaders of Group A, unbeaten... Read more »

  • Nigeria/South Africa: Senzo's Spirit Carried Bafana Bafana, Says Keet

    This Day

    Bafana Bafana goalkeeper, Darren Keet, has said that late South Africa's goalkeeper, Senzo Meyiwa's influence throughout the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers had far reaching... Read more »

  • Nigeria/Ghana: Badu Shocked By Eagles Exit

    This Day

    Ghana midfielder, Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu, has said that he is surprised by Nigeria's failure to qualify for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations. Read more »

  • Namibia: Reds Keen On League

    New Era

    African Stars mentor Woody Jacobs is certain that his red-hot outfit can put the loss in the maiden edition of the Standard Bank Super Cup behind them when they meet MTC... Read more »

  • Nigeria/South Africa: 2015 Afcon - Angry Reactions Greet Eagles Ouster

    This Day

    After Nigeria's shock ouster from next year's Africa Cup of Nations (2015 AFCON) following the 2-2 draw the Super Eagles played with South Africa in Uyo on Wednesday evening, ex... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Okocha, Western Union Tell Fans to 'Pass for School'

    This Day

    Nigerian football legend, Austin Jay-Jay Okocha, has teamed up with UEFA Europa League Global Partner Western Union to call on fans to go back to their school days and share their... Read more »

  • Nigeria/South Africa: NFF Leads Delegation to Fifa Player Representation Seminar

    CAJ News

    A DELEGATION from Nigeria is expected to attend the upcoming Federation of International Football Associations (FIFA) Player Representation Seminar in South Africa. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Afcon Failure - Keshi's Future Uncertain

    Vanguard

    STEPHEN Keshi is still unsure whether he will remain as Super Eagles coach following Wednesday's 2-2 draw against South Africa in Uyo. Read more »

  • Nigeria: We Gave It Our Best Shot - Pinnick

    Vanguard

    The Nigeria Football Federation has accepted full responsibility for the failure of the Super Eagles to reach next year's Africa Cup of Nations finals in Equatorial Guinea. Read more »

  • South Africa/Nigeria: Keshi - We Took South Africa for Granted

    Vanguard

    Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi believes his players only have themselves to blame after failing to qualify for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations. The Super Eagles will not be present to... Read more »

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