CAN 2015: Malawi blames Tunisian referee for Benin loss

CAN 2015: Malawi blames Tunisian referee for Benin loss

Malawian head coach Young Chimodzi has blamed his side's 0-1 away loss to Benin on poor officiating but promised to overturn the deficit in the return leg set for next month in the ...

Namibian PM rallies nation ahead of CAF women’s championships

Namibian PM rallies nation ahead of CAF women’s championships

Namibian Prime Minister Hage Geingob has cautioned the national women's soccer team not to let the country during the African Women Football Championship scheduled for October.The ...

S/Africa set for West African soccer safari

S/Africa set for West African soccer safari

South Africa's men's Under-20 soccer team is expected to leave Sunday on a tour of West Africa in preparation for a crucial African Youth Championship first leg qualifier against ...

Botswana coach blasts S/African club over player availability

Botswana coach blasts S/African club over player availability

Botswana senior national soccer team coach Peter Butler on Friday lashed out at South African Premier League side Bloemfontein Celtic coach Ernst Middendorp whom he labelled as ...

S/Africa drops to 66 in global FIFA rankings

S/Africa drops to 66 in global FIFA rankings

South Africa dropped one place to number 66 in world soccer rankings released by FIFA on Thursday.The country was ranked 65 in the last rankings done by the global soccer body in ...

No More Championships For Kobe

No More Championships For Kobe

Kobe Bryant won't have to clear space in his adornments box for an another NBA title ring - on the grounds that his days of winning titles are likely over ... so says Lakers legend ...

S/Africa eyeing medals haul at Commonwealth Games

S/Africa eyeing medals haul at Commonwealth Games

South Africa hopes to collect a minimum of 15 gold medals at the 20th Commonwealth Games to retain a top five position at the sporting event that kicks off in Glasgow, Scotland, ...

CAN 2015: Malawi blames Tunisian referee for Benin loss

Malawian head coach Young Chimodzi has blamed his side's 0-1 away loss to Benin on poor officiating but promised to overturn the deficit in the return leg set for next month in the second city Blantyre, APA learnt here Monday.Malawi's Flames lost on Sunday to Benin in the first leg of 2015 Africa Cup of Nations second round qualifier played at Stade de L'Amite in Cotonou. Chimodzi said Tunisian referee ...

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Namibian PM rallies nation ahead of CAF women’s championships

Namibian Prime Minister Hage Geingob has cautioned the national women's soccer team not to let the country during the African Women Football Championship scheduled for October.The premier was speaking at the weekend during the draw for the 9th edition of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Women's Championship set for October 11-25 in Windhoek. “Those days of losing are over now. It's about time that ...

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S/Africa set for West African soccer safari

South Africa's men's Under-20 soccer team is expected to leave Sunday on a tour of West Africa in preparation for a crucial African Youth Championship first leg qualifier against Cameroon next month.Popularly known as Amajita, the youthful side is expected to travel to Burkina Faso, Mali, Senegal and Cote D'Ivoire for four international friendly matches. A statement released by the South African Football ...

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Botswana coach blasts S/African club over player availability

Botswana senior national soccer team coach Peter Butler on Friday lashed out at South African Premier League side Bloemfontein Celtic coach Ernst Middendorp whom he labelled as stubborn and arrogant.This followed the South African outfit's decision to reject a request by the Botswana Football Association to have players plying their trade at the club released for national duty. Captain Joel Mogorosi and ...

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S/Africa drops to 66 in global FIFA rankings

South Africa dropped one place to number 66 in world soccer rankings released by FIFA on Thursday.The country was ranked 65 in the last rankings done by the global soccer body in June. The latest drop by South Africa places it at number 14 on the continent. Algeria, which is the highest placed African country on the world rankings, is at number 24 and Ivory Coast comes in as a close contender at number 25. ...

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No More Championships For Kobe

Kobe Bryant won't have to clear space in his adornments box for an another NBA title ring - on the grounds that his days of winning titles are likely over ... so says Lakers legend Jerry West. The NBA Hall of Famer was out in Beverly Hills yesterday when he got asked as to whether he were in Kobe's shoes ... would he stay in L.a. on the other hand request an exchange to a finer squad so he could end his ...

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S/Africa eyeing medals haul at Commonwealth Games

South Africa hopes to collect a minimum of 15 gold medals at the 20th Commonwealth Games to retain a top five position at the sporting event that kicks off in Glasgow, Scotland, next week.South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) president Gideon Sam said Wednesday he was looking forward to South African athletes acquitting themselves well as strong countries like Australia, England ...

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Cavaliers Squad leads by King James

Lebron signed two years contract with Cavaliers, his hometown team after four years spent it in Miami Heat. During this period Lebron Managed to get two rings and reached the finals three times in a row. Also worth mentioning  that  LeBron James lost in the NBA Finals 3 times, in '07, '11, '14. So the question remain can Lebron brings a championship to Cleveland. Here is the official squad for Cavalires 15 ...

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Lebron’s Big Party

After Lebron James decided to go home and to join his EX team Cleveland Cavalires,  now his hometown is planning a big celebration party  for his homecoming. Akron city spokeswoman Stephanie York says the work is still not yet finish, we are working very hard to make it done and it will be big. The city is working with the LeBron James Family Foundation to prepare and arrange  the homecoming event. York says ...

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Over US$900m needed to improve S/African sport – Body

South Africa requires more than US$900 million to build quality infrastructure and develop talent to ensure the country is able to compete and win against the best on the international stage, the country's sporting authority said Wednesday.The South Africa Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) said the National Sport Development Plan it drew up in 2011 had all the ingredients to make South ...

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