Brazaville, Congo is where the party would be this weekend when the football event of the All-Africa games commences on the 6th of September, as seven teams - after Egypt withdrew - will be gunning for GOLD. Though very few overseas-based players were able to make it home, considering the tournament
Bayelsa Queens' Rafiat Sule has overtaken Osun Babes' Precious Edewor to become leading scorer in the on-going Nigeria Women Premier League season after netting a double in her side's 4-0 thrashing of Martins White Doves away from home on Sunday in a rescheduled Week 5 encounter. The sensational forward now has
Her name is Sainey Sissohore and she was on August 2, appointed Women’s Football Coordinator by the Gambia Football Federation. Appreciating the confidence the Federation has in her, the one-time Gambia U-17 women’s assistant captain made it her priority to coordinate and implement women football activities, promoting the game at all
Week 13 of the Nigeria Women Premier League was concluded on Thursday with Adamawa Queens defeating Delta Queens 2-0 but Wednesday is where the highlight of the mid-week action lies as Bayelsa Queens recorded the biggest win yet this season in a 7-0 whitewash of Martins White Doves. Unstoppable Rafiat Sule
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) on Wednesday revealed the withdrawal of Egypt from men's and women's football events of the forth coming All-Africa Games, Brazaville 2015. In the statement released on their official website, the African Football body did not give any reason why the North African country pulled out.
With the regular season of the National Women's League no over, defending Champions Hasaacas Ladies would seek to retain their title when they take on Ampem Darkoa Ladies in the Championship match. Both sides emerged leaders of the two zones with Hasaacas Ladies beating Lady Strikers by a lone goal on