Taifa Stars Hold The Squirrels to a Draw

Tanzania played hosts Benin to a 1-1 draw in a friendly match at Stade de l' Amitie in Cotonou, a match that players took seriously as an event will count in the FIFA World rankings. In the current FIFA ranking, The Squirrels of Benin are placed 79th, while Tanzania's Taifa Stars are 139th.

  • Tanzania/Benin:   Stars Set for Benin Test

    Daily News, 12 November 2017

    Confident Taifa Stars face hosts Benin today in a FIFA date friendly match at Stade de I'Amitie' in Cotonou. The game which falls on the FIFA calendar will see the country's envoys… Read more »

  • Tanzania/Benin:   Stars - We'll Avert Benin Revenge

    Citizen, 12 November 2017

    Taifa Stars today face Benin in an international friendly match at the Stade de l'Amitiein in Cotonou. Read more »

  • Tanzania:   Mayanga Upbeat On Benin Test

    Citizen, 11 November 2017

    National soccer team Taifa Stars head coach Salum Mayanga has said a victory against Benin will lift the country's chance of climbing in the world's soccer governing body (Fifa)… Read more »

  • Tanzania:   Take Benin Seriously, It Pays to Beat Them

    Daily News, 10 November 2017

    Taifa Stars play hosts Benin in a friendly match at Stade de l' Amitie in Cotonou this Sunday, a match that players should take seriously as an event that counts in the FIFA World… Read more »

  • Tanzania/Benin:   Stars Upbeat Despite Injury Woes

    Daily News, 10 November 2017

    Farid Mussa will miss the Sunday match against Benin after he was pronounced unfit for the action. Mussa joins Mbwana Samatta as the latest victim of injury -hit squad of Taifa… Read more »

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Taifa Stars (file photo).

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