Daily Archives: May 9, 2013
[Focus]”I am still shocked by the news. I was very confident of the club winning trophies but that will now be under more threat.”
[Premium Times]A Super Eagles player may lose his club coach to another national teammate if reports from Scotland are anything to go by. According to the Scottish Express, Victor Anichebe’s Everton are planning to swoop on Efe Ambrose’s Manager at Celtic, Neil Lennon, if and when their substantive coach, David Moyes, completes his highly rumoured big switch to handle Manchester United.
[Premium Times]The Nigerian Super Eagles have moved up three places in the latest FIFA rankings released Thursday by the World football governing body and now occupy the 28th spot in the world.
[Vanguard]London -Some African soccer fans living in the U.K.have described Sir Alex Ferguson, Manager of Manchester United FC of England, who plans to retire from the club at the end of the season as, ‘exceptional person worthy of emulation’.
[The Point]The newly elected president of the African Women Sports Reporters Union Gambia Chapter has spoken of her commitment and dedication towards moving the union forward amidst the challenges it is confronted with.
[The Herald]UNIVERSITY of Zimbabwe have earned the ticket to represent the country at the African Universities Rugby Championships in Namibia in October following their triumph in the Zimbabwe University Sports Association tournament at Old Georgians Sports Club over the weekend.
[The Herald]SOUTH African Premiership side Ajax Cape Town have reportedly put a staggering R10 million price tag on their star midfielder Khama Billiat as interest from local rivals mounts over the talented Zimbabwean international.
[SAFA]The kick-off time for the international friendly between Bafana Bafana and Lesotho has been brought forward by three hours at the request of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC).
[ANGOP]Sumbe -Recreativo do Libolo are playing on Wednesday Santos FC at 3h30 p.m in Calulo stadium, for the 10th round of the national first division football championship (Girabola2013).
[The Star]Harambee stars are keeping a close eye on the preparations of their next opponents in what is set to be a busy first 12 days of next month for the national football team.