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CAPTAIN ANSU JAITEH SCORES AS JALIBA UNITED BRUSH SANTO-SU ASIDE.

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CAPTAIN ANSU JAITEH SCORES AS JALIBA UNITED BRUSH SANTO-SU ASIDE.

By Jarra Lamin Ansu Jaiteh and substitute Musa Bojang scored in either side of halftime to put jaliba united in the driving seat in group H. On Tuesday, the 20th of August, 2019, it was the turn of former champions jaliba united to battle it out with Santo-su . It was a fixture that was…

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THE PUB FOOTBALL CLUB EYEING FOR ANOTHER TROPHY IN GUNJUR SUPER CUP FINAL

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THE PUB FOOTBALL CLUB EYEING FOR ANOTHER TROPHY IN GUNJUR SUPER CUP FINAL

The Pub Football Club made history in Gunjur to be the first Club outside Gunjur to win a double trophy last season. The sifoe -outfit defeated rivals Ecomog 2-0 to land the trophy into their hands in league cup. The double champions will be squared up against knock -out runners Reliance financial services football club…

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The Story Behind This Sadio Mane Picture Shows How Far He’s Come

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The Story Behind This Sadio Mane Picture Shows How Far He’s Come

The story behind a picture of Sadio Mane during his Metz days perfectly encapsulates his humble and modest beginnings. Mane left a rural village in Senegal for France to pursue a career in football. He made his professional debut at Metz and an emotional image of his time there has surfaced online. Mane once asked…

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Victor Wanyama: Tottenham in talks with Club Bruges

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Victor Wanyama: Tottenham in talks with Club Bruges

Tottenham are in talks with Belgian side Club Bruges over the transfer of midfielder Victor Wanyama. The 28-year-old Kenyan, who joined Spurs from Southampton in 2016 for £11m, could move to the Jupiler Pro League leaders for an initial £9m. Club Bruges paid £6.4m for former Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignoletearlier this month. Wanyama has seen his…

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Tunisia part ways with coach Alain Giresse by mutual consent

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Tunisia part ways with coach Alain Giresse by mutual consent

The Tunisia Football Federation have announced that coach Alain Giresse’s contract has ended by mutual consent. The Frenchman only began work on 1 January and his deal was due to run until June 2020. Under Giresse the Carthage Eagles finished fourth at the Africa Cup of Nations last month in Egypt. The FTF did not disclose why…

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GAMBIA U-23 LOSES TO SENEGAL IN A FRIENDLY

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GAMBIA U-23 LOSES TO SENEGAL IN A FRIENDLY

Ahead the Chan Championship in Dakar Senegal, Coach Omar sise and his men were defeated by Senegal following their 2-0 defeated in an international friendly in a match was played on Wednesday the 21st of August 2019 at the independence stadium in Bakau. The visitors Senegal went ahead in the early 18 minutes through Abdoulie…

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Junior Agogo: Ex-Ghana, Nottingham Forest and Bristol Rovers striker dies aged 40

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Junior Agogo: Ex-Ghana, Nottingham Forest and Bristol Rovers striker dies aged 40

Former Ghana, Nottingham Forest and Bristol Rovers striker Junior Agogo has died at the age of 40. Agogo, who began his career at Sheffield Wednesday, played 27 times for his country and scored 12 goals. He finished his career at Hibernian in 2012 having also had spells in the United States, Cyprus and Egypt. Agogo…

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Nigerian FA backs Siasia in fight to overturn match-fixing life ban

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Nigerian FA backs Siasia in fight to overturn match-fixing life ban

By Andrew Warshaw The Nigeria Football Federation is standing by its former national coach Samson Siasia saying it is  “shocked” by the life ban for bribery meted out by FIFA and vowing to help overturn it. FIFA banned Siasia as part of is long-running investigation into convicted match-fixer Wilson Raj Perumal, finding him guilty of …

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FIFA appointment shakes up African football

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FIFA appointment shakes up African football

For some, the appointment of Fatma Samoura as “FIFA general delegate for Africa” offers the chance to resolve the controversies surrounding the Confederation of African Football (CAF), but for others it represents a hostile move, as David Thomas reports. Just two minutes into the final of the Africa Cup of Nations, Algeria’s Baghdad Bounedjah skipped inside his…

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Trashing Twitter: Neville says it is time football sent a message to social media giants

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Trashing Twitter: Neville says it is time football sent a message to social media giants

By Andrew Warshaw  Former England international Phil Neville has called for the football community to “send a powerful message” and boycott social media for six months in response to the rise in racist abuse of players. The one-time Manchester United stalwart, currently coach of England’s national women’s team, reacted after Paul Pogba was targeted online after missing a…

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