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Football | Africa

Caf amends CCL and CCC calender
The CAF Executive Committee at its meeting on Thursday among other decisions amended the calendar for the knockout stages of the CAF Champions League 2017 and CAF Confederation Cup 2017. Read full article
McKinstry excited about debut club gig
Newly appointed FK Kauno Zalgiris coach Johnny McKinstry is keen to impress in his first club football job when his side takes on FK Jonava on Saturday in the Lithuanian A-Lyga. Read full article
McKinstry joins Kauno Zalgiris
Former Rwanda manager Johnny McKinstry has signed with Lithuanian A-Lyga outfit FK Kauno Zalgiris as their head coach. Read full article
New statutes for Africa, Zanzibar ousted
African soccer passed changes to its statutes on Friday to bring them into line with reforms at global body Fifa following its corruption scandal, and dropped Zanzibar as one of its members. Read full article
CAF announce radical football changes
The CAF Executive Committee, at its meeting on Thursday, 20 July 2017, in Rabat, Morocco, reviewed the resolutions of the various working groups of the 1st CAF African Football Symposium held from 18 -19 July. Read full article
Africa meets in Morocco for symposium
Caf and Fifa officials, national association officials and national team coaches are in Morocco for the first ever African Football Symposium. Read full article
Lyon sign Senegalese youngster
Senegal attacking midfielder Ousseynou Ndiaye has inked a three-year professional contract with French Ligue 1 club Olympique Lyonnais. Read full article
Rusty Namibia end Zim's unbeaten record
In-form Zimbabwe surrendered a nine-year unbeaten record in African Nations Championship (Chan) qualifying when losing 1-0 to rusty Namibia in Windhoek on Sunday. Read full article
Singida land Rwandan duo
Newly promoted Tanzanian side Singida United FC has signed the Rwandan pair of striker Danny Usengimana and right back Michel Rusheshangoga on two-year deals. Read full article
No plans to scrap Chan - Ahmad
There are no immediate plans to scrap the African Nations Championship (Chan) despite its lack of appeal among some coaches and players. Read full article
Benin league resumes after two-year break
Top-flight football resumed in tiny west African nation Benin on Saturday after a two-year absence due to power struggles between officials. Read full article
Fifa suspends Sudan FA
Fifa has suspended the Sudan Football Association (SFA) until further notice, according to a letter signed by Secretary General Fatma Samoura on Thursday. Read full article
'The big miss' still hurting Africa
Last Saturday Asamoah Gyan missed a penalty and then scored a fantastic free-kick for his 51st Ghana goal in Ghana's 2-1 loss to the USA Read full article
Doumbia joins Sporting Lisbon on loan
Ivory Coast international Seydou Doumbia has signed with Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon on a season-long loan. Read full article
Diouf reignites Gerrard feud
Controversial ex-Senegalese international El Hadji Diouf reignited his long-running feud with former Liverpool teammate Steven Gerrard by declaring the England icon was a failure for his country. Read full article
Fifa probes Uganda FA chief
The head of Uganda's football association Moses Magogo said on Tuesday he was under investigation by Fifa over his alleged involvement in the illegal sale of 2014 World Cup tickets. Read full article
A taste of Africa for the Three Lions
England are football world champions at any age-group level for the first time in history following their victory over Venezuela to lift this year's Fifa Under-20 World Cup last week Sunday in South Korea. Read full article
'Worthy son' Tiote laid to rest
Ivory Coast international Cheick Tiote, whose sudden death in China at just 30 years old shocked his country, was laid to rest on Sunday as he was hailed a "worthy son" of the African nation. Read full article
Calls for end to Tiote's death speculation
The agent of the late Ivory Coast midfielder Cheick Tiote on Wednesday called for the media to cease making unsubstantiated claims about the reasons for his death. Read full article
Tiote's body flown back to Ivory Coast
Cheick Tiote's body will arrive back in the Ivory Coast on Thursday where tributes will be paid to the international by his former teammates, the Ivorian Football Federation (IFF) said on Monday. Read full article
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