Charles Lukula talks up Simba Queens’ title chances after Green Buffaloes win

Charles Lukula is upbeat about their possibility of winning the CAF Women’s Champions League after Saturday’s 2-0 victory over Green Buffaloes to book a semi-final place in Marrakech. The Tanzanians went into their final group tie, sitting in third on the table and needing an outright win to leapfrog second Green Buffaloes which they achieved at Grand Stade de Marrakech. And the Ugandan tactician, who only took over a few weeks ago to the event, refused to take credit for the team’s resurgence. .”I’ve started thinking about the trophy, I…

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FIFA Secretary General Samoura and CAF COO Ijasanmi attend the 4th module of the FIFA Diploma in Football Law opening

FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura together with CAF Chief Operations Officer Abi Ijasanmi attended the opening day of the 4th module of the FIFA Diploma in Football Law II in Cairo, Egypt on Saturday, 05 November 2022. The course was officially opened by the FIFA Secretary General at CAF’s Headquarters in Cairo. Attended by Executives and Legal professionals from Africa and other continents, the FIFA Diploma in Football Law is a unique course covering five continents, during which participants acquire in-depth football law knowledge, skills and experience to be able…

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Mamelodi Sundowns sink TP Mazembe to seal semifinal berth

Mamelodi Sundowns are through to the semi-final stage at the ongoing CAF Women’s Champions League, Morocco 2022. The Brazilians defeated TP Mazembe 2-0 in their final Group B match played at Grand Stade de Marrakech on Sunday evening. A draw was all Masandawana needed to advance, but the South Africans were out to maintain their perfect start as early as the 19th minute when Zanele Nhlapo opened the scoring from the spot after Chuene Morifi was brought down inside the box. The Congolese, however, made efforts to bounce back through…

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Ghizlane Chhiri wants to face Mamelodi Sundowns

After inspiring AS FAR to a perfect group stage winning record, Ghizlane Chhiri has revealed her desire to face off with Cup holders Mamelodi Sundowns in the semi-finals of the CAF Women’s Champions League. The 28-year-old claimed the Woman of the Match award following her incredible contribution in the Moroccans 2-0 triumph over Determine Girls in their final Group A match at Stade Moulay Hassan in Rabat on Saturday. “We are here to compete and beat the best. They [Mamelodi Sundowns] are the defending champions and we only want the…

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