Defence Force have been crowned winners of the 2018 Ethiopian Super Cup after a 4-2 penalty shootouts win over Jimma Aba Jifar on Tuesday (23 October 2018) in Addis Ababa.
Kenya’s Harambee Stars inched closer to a first ever African Cup of Nations appearance in 14 years after blanking Ethiopia’s Walia Ibex 3-0 at a fully packed Moi Sports Centre Kasarani on Sunday.
Ethiopia and Kenya settled for a barren draw in a Group F Day Three clash on Wednesday at a packed Bahir Dar National Stadium.
Ethiopia coach Abraham Mebratu is hoping to continue with their winning spree when they face Kenya in a Group F double header.
Harambee Stars coach Sebastien Migne says the back to back clashes against Ethiopia will be vital in his side’s ambition to earn a slot at the finals after a 14-year absence.
Defense Force claimed their 14th Ethiopian Cup title thanks to a 3-2 win on penalties over old foes Saint George on Saturday (29 September 2018) in Hawassa.
A first half goal from veteran Getaneh Kebede was enough for Ethiopia to beat Sierra Leone 1-0 at Hawassa International Stadium in Group F encounter
Kenya’s Harambee Stars revived their hopes of making it to next year’s finals after beating Ghana’s Black Stars by a solitary goal at the Kasarani Stadium
Kenya coach Sebastien Migne, has named his final 24-man squad for Saturday’s Group F Day Two qualifier against Ghana in Nairobi
Ethiopia coach Abraham Mebratu has named a 23 man squad for the Group F Day Two encounter against Sierra Leone on Sunday in Hawassa