Caf Champions League & Democratic Republic
The CAF Champions League is an annual international club football competition run by the Confederation of African Football (CAF). The Democratic Republic of the Congo , commonly referred to as DR Congo, Congo-Kinshasa or the DRC, is a country located in Central Africa. /5
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CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League champions Dynamos have completed the signing of little-known Democratic Republic of Congo striker Fabrice Mbimba on a one-year contract after a successful two-week trial with the Harare giants. Club secretary general Webster Chikengezha told NewsDay Sport yesterday that the player, who is joining from Zambian club Zanaco where he played in the Caf Champions League last season, would be registered with the PSL on July 1 when the transfer window opens. There is very little information on Mbimba on the Internet besides that he is Congolese and played for Zanaco last season. However, Chikengezha said the ginger-haired player, who was used as a winger at Zanaco, impressed the Dynamos technical team during the two weeks he had been at the club. “He signed a one-year contract with an option for renewal,” said Chikengezha yesterday. “He has been training with us for the past two weeks and the coaches have been impressed. He will be leaving the country on Sunday to start ap ...
SAME OLD STORY - MISSING CHANCES (Newsday) SIMBA Sithole missed a sitter from a metre out as Dynamos bowed out of the Caf Champions League with a 0-1 loss to AS Vita in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) yesterday. The hosts got their priceless goal through a hotly contested penalty converted by Taddy Etekiama on the 38th minute, but Dynamos, needing just a scoring draw to progress to the second round, had numerous chances — especially in the last 10 minutes — which they wasted. Sithole fired wide from a metre out on 84th minute after intercepting a Ronald Chitiyo shot which appeared to be heading for the nets. The visitors had two shots saved point blank late into the match.
LOCAL Himoonde Joins Sundowns The Siya crew has heard that Mamelodi Sundowns have finally got their man in Zambian defender Hichani Himoonde. According to reports coming from Zambia, the Chloorkop-based side has concluded negotiations with the player’s club and he is now on his way to South Africa. Sundowns have been known to be big admirers of the player for some time now, having watched him on a number of times during the course of last year. The 27-year-old will link up with countrymen Kennedy Mweene and Mukuka Mulenga. Himoonde has played has spent the majority of his football career in Zambia, but has recently been playing for Democratic Republic of Congo club TP Mazembe. He has not been included in the club's list of players for the 2014 Caf Champions League. Although at this stage contractual details are sketchy, it has been mentioned that he could be loaned out to Golden Arrows for the rest of this season and start his Sundowns career next season. Himoonde has played in the 2008, 2010, 2012 and ...
Orlando Pirates travel to Democratic Republic of Congo to face TP Mazembe in the return leg of the Caf Champions League on Sunday afternoon.
AFRICAN CUP OF NATIONS 2013 Ethiopia defeated Niger 1-0 at the weekend in a 2013 CAF Africa Cup of Nations warm-up match between countries considered title outsiders. Getaneh Kebede, the leading domestic league scorer with nine goals before a mid-season break, scored the winner on 38 minutes at a packed National Stadium in Addis Ababa. Both sides lacked several stars, notably strikers Saladin Said of Ethiopia and Moussa Maazou of Niger, as they play abroad and need only be freed by their clubs two weeks before the 19 January Africa Cup of Nations kick-off in South Africa. Ethiopia, back at the African football showpiece after a 31-year absence following two away-goal qualifying victories, are in Group C with defending champions Zambia, twice title holders Nigeria and Burkina Faso. Niger face Ghana, Mali and the Democratic Republic of Congo in Group B and hope to improve on their maiden Cup of Nations appearance this year in which they lost all three mini-league games. Ethiopia can expect tougher oppositio ...
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