Malian media mourning

Malian media mourning

21 February 2019

The world of African football has been saddened to learn of the death of two Malian journalists who died following a road accident on the return of the CAN U20 Total, NIGER 2019.

 Cameroon - End of crisis for Cameroonian football

Will Cameroonian footballers finally get paid? It seems that in 24 hours things have cleared up. The Cameroon Professional Football League (LFPC) says it will release 84 million FCFA for the 24 clubs of Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 in Cameroon to pay the arrears.

Gabon: Resumption of the Gabonese Championship

The football fans are relieved in Gabon with the resumption of the championship on February 23rd. According to the National League of Professional Football (Linafp), Gabon Oil-National Foot will be played in 4 groups: in Group A, AO CMS, FC Mounana, Akanda FC and Missile FC will compete.

Botswana part ways with Head Coach Bright

The Botswana Football Association (BFA) on Wednesday announced it has parted way with senior national team coach David Bright

Eswatini: Nkambule set sights on 86 goals record

When Eswatini women’s soccer national team coach, Fisiwe Hlophe, set a season's league goal haul of 86 during the 2008/9

DECISIONS OF THE APPEAL BOARD OF 10th OF FEBRUARY 2019

On February 10, 2019, the Appeal Board of Confédération Africaine de Football held a meeting in order to decide on the below appeal.

Ezeji: Lobi Stars, Rangers have prospect to go farthest

Victor Ezeji is an iconic figure in Nigerian football, having spent his entire career on the local front. He is currently an ambassador f

Spotlight on Sassi as Zamalek face Petro Atletico

Egyptian giants Zamalek will be desperate for a win to revive their qualification hopes when they entertain Angolan side Petro

Champions Mali arrive to a rousing welcome

Fresh from their triumph at the Total Africa U-20 Africa Cup of Nations in Niger, the jubilant Malian team received a red carpet reception upon arrival back home.

DECISION OF THE DISCIPLINARY BOARD: ISMAILY VS CLUB AFRICAIN

On the 17th of February, the Disciplinary Board of the Confédération Africaine de Football, chaired by Mr. Raymond Hack, held a meeting in order to decide on: