Two kenya referess to officiate in the Orange Afcon 2013

Two kenya referess to officiate in the Orange Afcon 2013

Football Kenya Federation (FKF) President Sam Nyamweya has congratulated center referee Sylvester Kirwa and assistant referee Aden Marwa for being appointed to officiate at this ...

Ghana name 18-man squad for China friendly

Ghana name 18-man squad for China friendly

Al Ain striker Asamoah Gyan makes his return to the set up after cancelling his self-imposed hiatus from international football. On the other had, there are first time call-ups for ...

Cote d’Ivoire: Ivorian players demand Afcon bonus

Cote d’Ivoire: Ivorian players demand Afcon bonus

For the first time in Ivorian football, the players refused to receive Afcon bonuses before the competition leaving the FA to decide on what to give them. “Didier Drogba and his ...

2012 Afcon/Cote d’Ivoire: Barry labels Zambia “God’s own team”

2012 Afcon/Cote d’Ivoire: Barry labels Zambia “God’s own team”

The Lokeren shot stopper said on Wednesday that there was nothing Ivory Coast squad could have done to change the fate of the February 12 final won by the Chipolopolo on penalty ...

Bell appreciated Copa Barry

Bell appreciated Copa Barry

Interviewed on the performances of goalkeepers during the 2012 African Cup of Nations, the former Indomitable Lions goalkeeper Joseph-Antoine Bell, admits he appreciated Boubacar ...

Botswana : Tshosane is reluctant

Botswana : Tshosane is reluctant

In disagreement with the financial terms, the Botswana coach Stanley Tshosane refused to sign the new contract proposed by his country's Federation (BFA). While he was asking for a ...

Ghana’s Boye wants to win titles

Ghana’s Boye wants to win titles

He was impressive throughout the competition and reports are that some top European clubs are after his signature.Boye said he will only stick to his game and improve in the coming ...

Two kenya referess to officiate in the Orange Afcon 2013

Football Kenya Federation (FKF) President Sam Nyamweya has congratulated center referee Sylvester Kirwa and assistant referee Aden Marwa for being appointed to officiate at this year’s Orange Africa Cup of Nations competition slated for South Africa between January 19 and February 10. The  two officials are set to leave Nairobi for Johannesburg on Monday 14 January for the continental showpiece “This is the ...

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Ghana name 18-man squad for China friendly

Al Ain striker Asamoah Gyan makes his return to the set up after cancelling his self-imposed hiatus from international football. On the other had, there are first time call-ups for four players; Stromsgodset defender Abdul Razak Nuhu, Frank Acheampong of Buriram United, Juventus striker Richmond Boakye Yiadom and SuperSport United's Edwin Gyimah will taste the senior shirt for the first time. Ghana Squad ...

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Cote d’Ivoire: Ivorian players demand Afcon bonus

For the first time in Ivorian football, the players refused to receive Afcon bonuses before the competition leaving the FA to decide on what to give them. “Didier Drogba and his mates told me, ‘President, we are going to Gabon and Equatorial Guinea to play. If we win the title, feel free to give us whatever you think we deserve at your convenient time,” the Cote D’Ivoire FA boss Sidy Diallo told reporters on ...

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2012 Afcon/Cote d’Ivoire: Barry labels Zambia “God’s own team”

The Lokeren shot stopper said on Wednesday that there was nothing Ivory Coast squad could have done to change the fate of the February 12 final won by the Chipolopolo on penalty shootout.“Zambia had been chosen for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations title,” the 32-year-old former midfielder said.“Their victory over us (Ivory Coast) was the choice of God. We tried our best, but if you are a spiritual person you ...

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Bell appreciated Copa Barry

Interviewed on the performances of goalkeepers during the 2012 African Cup of Nations, the former Indomitable Lions goalkeeper Joseph-Antoine Bell, admits he appreciated Boubacar Copa Barry, the goalkeeper of Cote d'Ivoire: "He understood one had to stay attentive, the Cameroonian emphasized in the columns of Fifa.com, his rigour saved Cote d'Ivoire several times. Slowly, he managed to communicate his ...

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Botswana : Tshosane is reluctant

In disagreement with the financial terms, the Botswana coach Stanley Tshosane refused to sign the new contract proposed by his country's Federation (BFA). While he was asking for a monthly salary of 13,700 dollars, the BFA only proposed 7500 to him. However, according to the Vice President of the BFA, Dintle Mphele, negotiations with the man who qualified for the first time in their history the Zebras for ...

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Ghana’s Boye wants to win titles

He was impressive throughout the competition and reports are that some top European clubs are after his signature.Boye said he will only stick to his game and improve in the coming years to sustain his position in the Black Stars.“I want to get better and be a much better player not only at club level but with the national team,” the 25-year-old said on the Ghana FA website. “I need to be consistent. And I ...

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Zambia reward Renard with new contract

Zambia sports minister Chishimba Kambwili said at a media national team photo session held in Lusaka on Thursday that the financial details of the new contract had yet to be worked out.“We had a fruitful meeting with the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) and I want to announce that very soon we are signing a three-year  contract with Herve Renard that will go up to August, 2014," Kamwbili ...

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Ghana’s Gyan thanks Al Ain fans for Afcon support

Gyan and Ghana were eliminated at the semi-final stage following the striker’s penalty miss against Zambia and despite being upset at missing the spot-kick he is pleased to be back in the Pro-League. The Ghanaian arrived back in the UAE greeted by flocks of fans early on Monday morning, which boosted Gyan's mood after being criticised by fans in his homeland for his miss, ironically his second in a major ...

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Zambia’s Mayuka granted rest by Swiss club Young Boys

According to Fifa regulations players need to return to their clubs 48 hours after ending their participation with their national team, which would have been on Tuesday this week, but the Swiss side is pleased to give the striker some extra time off. "In view of the historic triumph, the club has decided to allow Mayuka to take part this week in the celebrations in his homeland," Young Boys ...

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