Africa Needs to Raise Standards of Local Leagues
Governments together with football federations should work together to revise means of developing and promoting local clubs and players to improve quality of African soccer leagues.
The New Times, 17 November 2012
I watched the friendly game between Amavubi and Namibia at Amahoro national stadium on Wednesday this week with half-filled seats at the stadium. read more »
African soccer leagues are struggling to turn professional and compete with other world big clubs like Europe clubs.
The Times of Zambia, 10 November 2012
WHAT a way to end a great footballing year in Zambia! read more »
Capital FM, 9 November 2012
The 2012/2013 Kenya Cup continues with match day two on Saturday with six fixtures lined up. read more »
Leadership, 8 September 2012
Since the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS) published its recent report ranking the Nigeria Premier League (NPL) as the strongest or the best ... read more »
Ghanaian Chronicle, 18 July 2012
Ghana's Premier League has been ranked as the third strongest top flight league on the African continent. read more »
Confederation of African Football, 18 July 2012
It will be the first time in over 100 year' history that Cairo giants Al Ahly and Zamalek face each other behind closed doors. The Cairo arch rivals clash in the 2012 Orange CAF ... read more »
One of country's biggest club Dynamos made the debate on the use of traditional herbs 'juju' in soccer to enhance performance to be alive again after rumours that their win was ... Read more »