AC Leopards beat ES Setif to reach Orange CAF Champions League group stage

The 2012 Orange CAF Confederation Cup champions, AC Leopards of Congo edged Algerian side ES Setif 5-4 on penalties to reach this season’s Orange CAF Champions League group phase after the sides had finished 4-4 on aggregate. ES Setif won the second leg 3-1 on Friday night in Setif , Algeria a

Decisions Of The CAF Disciplinary Board After It’s Meeting On April 25th 2013 In Marrakech

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We are confident of advancing- St George’s  Biadglign Elias

Defender Biadglign Elias is hopeful that his side will get a crucial result  in the return match against Zamalek on Sunday and qualify for the Orange CAF Champions League group phase. Biadglign Elias who played for the national team earlier in the year at the AFCON finals in South Africa j

We are prepared to win to go through, St George’s Fasil Tekalign

The Ethiopian club side St. George will host Zamalek of Egypt on Sunday, May 5, at the Addis Ababa stadium in the 2013 Orange CAF Champions League second round return leg. In the first leg played at the Cairo Air Defense Stadium the two sides finished level at 1-1. St. George assistant coach Fasil T

Toure thunderbolt is pick of African goals

Ivorian Yaya Toure, South African Steven Pienaar and Kenyan Dennis Oliech were among the African scorers in the top European football leagues at the weekend.Reigning African Footballer of the Year Toure collected his ninth goal of the season and first since February for deposed English Premier Leagu

Chamanga: Brazil our next target

As fans from Zambia have come to celebrate, they now boast a team more than capable of making history. The Chipolopolo, under French coach Herve Renard, went all the way to clinch their maiden continental title, the 2012 CAF African Cup of Nations. Boosted by that achievement, the tea

Top scorers (CAF U-17)

Top scorers (CAF U-17)

28 April 2013

7 goals: Success Isaac (Nigeria)5 goals: Kelechi Iheanacho (Nigeria)4 goals: Younes Bnou Marzouk (Morocco), Hazem Haj Hassen (Tunisia)3 goals: Hamza Sakhi (Morocco), Yahaya Musa (Nigeria), Firas Ben Larbi (Tunisia)2 goals: Chris Bedia Dogbole Niangbo (Ivory Coast), Obouoyi Eyamba (Gabon), Yaw Yeboah

Cote d’ Ivoire beat Nigeria to lift first CAF U-17 title

 The Baby Elephants of Cote d’ Ivoire won their first  African U-17 title after a 5-4 penalty shoot victory over The Golden Eaglets of Nigeria in the final of  CAF U-17 Morocco Telecom Championship played in Marrakech on Saturday. The West African derby had ended 1-1 with both g

Tunisia claim bronze after marathon shoot-out

Tunisia's U-17 national team finished third at the 2013 Morocco Telecom, CAF U-17 Championship after beating fellow North Africans, Morocco 11-10 on penalties  in Marrakech on Saturday. . The match had ended 1-1 with The Atlas Cubs equalising in the seond half through Younes Bnou Marzouk after

Nigeria and Cote d’ Ivoire clash in the CAF U-17 final

The Golden Eaglets of Nigeria face Cote d’ Ivoire in the final match of  CAF U-17 Morocco Telecom Championship to be played in Marrakech on Saturday. Cote d’ Ivore is the only team to have beaten Nigeria so far at the finals taking place in Morocco and the Nigerians have made it no