November 20

  • Nigeria/South Africa: Shock After Nigeria's Super Eagles Fail to Fly

    Deutsche Welle

    Defending champions Nigeria failed to qualify for next year's Africa Cup of nations after being beaten by South African Bafana Bafana. Shock still reigns among Nigerian soccer... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Okocha Questions Eagles' Passion


    Former Nigeria captain, Austin Jay-Jay Okocha has questioned the level of passion among current players of the Super Eagles following their exit from the Africa Cup of Nations. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Flying Eagles to Begin Camping for 2015 AYC Finals On Monday


    Abuja - The camp of the national under-20 male football team, the Flying Eagles, will be opened on Monday ahead of the 19th African Youth Championship (AYC) taking place in... Read more »

  • Namibia: Khomas Boxing Championships


    The Khomas Regional Boxing Championships will be held at the After Care Centre in Grysblok, Khomasdal over the next two days. Read more »

  • Namibia: Save Our Soccer


    The source of his distress was the deplorable state of affairs in domestic football, he said. Read more »

  • South Africa: I Was Only Doing My Job - Keet


    Belgium-based goalkeeper Darren Keet believes he was only doing his job as he helped South Africa to a famous 2-2 draw against Nigeria. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Namibia to Participate in Zone 6 Games in Zimbabwe


    Namibia will only participate in six out of nine sports codes in the upcoming Zone Six Regional Sports Competition. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Ladies to Jostle for Honours At 40th Ikoyi Ladies Open Championship


    WHEN the 40th edition of Ikoyi Ladies Open Golf Championship tees off on Wednesday, November 26, running through to Friday, November 28, 2014 at the golf section of Ikoyi Club... Read more »

  • Uganda: Price of Failure


    From missed cash bonuses to failed legacies, Uganda's disappointing failure to reach the 2015 Nations Cup is likely to have a huge toll on some individuals, write Elly Kyeyune. Read more »

  • Uganda: League Action Back As URA Take On Vipers


    Hardly 48 hours after Uganda's disappointing failure to qualify for the 2015 Nations Cup, local league action resumes with a series of intriguing ties even though the morale among... Read more »

  • Uganda: Sanchez Could Emulate Henry


    There is always a football hangover when a top footballer is descending into retirement or is gone. Read more »

  • South Africa: Sasol League National Championship 2014 Launched


    The draw for the 6th edition of the Sasol League National Championship was conducted today at SAFA House, Nasrec. Read more »

  • Kenya: Ndolo Eyes Ending Curse After Tainted Foyas

    Capital FM

    Newly crowned Kenyan Premier League (KPL) Footballer of the Year Sofapaka's Anthony Ekaliani Ndolo is out to buck the trend that has seen four of past six recipients of the top... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Pillars Promise to Avoid Past Mistakes

    Daily Trust

    A board member of Kano Pillars football club, Alhaji Naziru Muhammed Abubakar has said the club will avoid mistakes of the past as it looks ahead to the 2015 Africa Champions... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Fifth Women Cricket Championship Begins Saturday

    Daily Trust

    The 5th edition of National Women Cricket Championship tagged "Henry Abebe Cup" will hold from Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd November 2014 at the Cricket Oval Package 'B' National... Read more »

  • Uganda: All Set for USPA Polls As Senyange, Sabiiti Face Off


    Barring a last-minute entrant, the stage is set for Leon Senyange and Sabiiti Muwanga to battle it out for the presidency of the Uganda Sports Press Association (Uspa). Read more »

  • Uganda: FUBA League Play-Off Semis Finely Poised


    The 2014 Airtel Fuba league play-off quarterfinals lived lived up to the hype but the semis promise to take it a notch higher with two mouthwatering clashes, writes Felix Eupal. Read more »

  • Uganda: What Next for Uganda Cranes?

    Independent (Kampala)

    When Uganda Cranes lost 6-0 to Tunisia in the Afcon qualifiers in February 1999, a number of players announced their retirement from International football. Fred Kajoba, Derrick... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Keshi and Nigerian Football

    Independent (Lagos)

    Nigeria's hope to qualify for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) competition in Equatorial Guinea was dashed on Wednesday when the Super Eagles played a 2-2 draw with South... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Please Don't Sack Me-Keshi Begs NFF

    Independent (Lagos)

    Super Eagles Interim Coach, Stephen Keshi, has told the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) not to consider sacking him, as this would not solve the problem plaguing the team. Read more »

  • Nigeria: NFF Refuses to Pay Players Draw Bonus

    Independent (Lagos)

    Following Nigeria's 2-2 draw with South Africa in Uyo on Wednesday, which subsequently ruled the country out of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, can exclusively reveal that... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Onigbinde Blames Eagles for Nations Cup Ouster

    Independent (Lagos)

    Former Super Eagles coach, Adegboye Onigbinde, has said that Nigeria lost its bid to defend the African Cup of Nations title the very moment the team lost to the Red Devils of... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Eagles Failed Because We Started Qualifiers On a Weak Note, Says Onigbinde

    Independent (Lagos)

    Former Super Eagles' Head Coach Adegboye Onigbinde on Wednesday said the team's failure to qualify for 2015 AFCON was because the team kicked off the qualifiers on a weak note. Read more »

  • West Africa: Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea Qualify for Nations Cup

    Independent (Lagos)

    Three West African countries, Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana and Guinea on Wednesday qualified for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations holding in Equatorial Guinea. Read more »

  • Gambia: Karokono Sail to Quarter Finals in Bakau Knock-Out

    The Point

    Farokono on Sunday beat Bremen Border on penalties, after regulation time failed to produce a winner in the round sixteen ties played at the Bakau Mini Stadium, to advance to the... Read more »

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