The Pharaohs will be seeking a victorious start to a new era as they target a first Africa Cup of Nations appearance in seven years. Egypt entertains Tanzania’s Taifa Stars at the Alexandria-based Borg El Arab Stadium on Sunday as both sides start their Orange Africa Cup of Nations Gabon 2017 qualif...
Sudan will play host to host Sierra Leone at the Halim-Shaddad Stadium on Sunday, 14 June 2015 in the Group I AFCON 2017 day one clash, with coach Mohammed ‘Mazda’ Abdullah targeting a third qualification for the showpiece event.
THE DAY REPLAYED – By the end of a day of great goals, late drama and goalkeeping heroics, Mali, USA, Serbia and Senegal had secured their places in the quarter-finals of the FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015.
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Heavyweights Japan and the United States look to keep their title push on track at the Women's World Cup on Friday but must share the spotlight with African challengers Cameroon and Nigeria.
With one half of the quarter-finals already set in stone by the time a ball is kicked on Matchday 11, the latter stages of New Zealand 2015 will already be taking shape but the three favourites will arguably still be absent.
Plenty of goals but few upsets are likely outcomes when the six-matchday 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying competition kicks off Friday. All the first and second seeds in the 12 four-team groups enjoy home advantage, giving them a distinct early edge as they compete for 15 places at the tourname...
Ibrahima Sy saved three penalties as Senegal won a dramatic shootout against Ukraine to reach the last eight at New Zealand 2015.
The Cranes of Uganda and the Gambia’s Scorpions played out an entertaining one-all draw in a friendly on Tuesday (9 June 2015) at the Nelson Mandela National Stadium in Namboole, Kampala.
Sellas Tetteh, Ghana coach
First of all I’d like to congratulate my fellow coach from Mali and his team, who deserved their place in the quarter-finals today, but of course I’m also extremely disappointed.