Caf Champions League & South Africa

The CAF Champions League is an annual international club football competition run by the Confederation of African Football (CAF). South Africa, officially the Republic of South Africa, is a country located at the southern tip of Africa. 5.0/5

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The Brazilians' first Absa Premiership encounter of the year will be against Moroka Swallows at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Tuesday, the 10th of February Mamelodi Sundowns' preparations for the 2015 Caf Champions League campaign are well on track, as they continue to play friendly games with clubs from outside South Africa. The Brazilians will visit St Michel in the preliminary round of this year's continental competition next month, with Pitso Mosimane aiming higher than Orlando Pirates who reached the final in 2013. Mosimane's side wrapped up their Mpumalanga mid-season camp with a 3-1 win over the two-time Swazi Premier League champions Manzini Sundowns in Kanyamazane on Saturday afternoon. The former Bafana Bafana mentor fielded two completely different starting line-ups in each half of the entertaining international club friendly played at the Ingwenyama Sports Complex. Zimbabwe international winger Khama Billiat gave the South African champions the lead, and the encounter went into the break with th ...
Knowledge Musona to return to Kaizer Chiefs for CAF Champions League next 2015 One of South Africa's glamour clubs, the Amakhosi has confirmed they will participate in Caf competition this season Kaizer Chiefs confirmed that they will participate in the Caf Champions League. This comes two months after the club expressed their doubt about handling the extra fixture burden due to the 2015 Afcon also happening this season. Amakhosi chairman Kaizer Motaung made the clubs intentions official on the radio to MetroFM with Robert Marawa on Thursday night. This raises the likelihood for popular forward Knowledge Musona's return to Chiefs in January 2015. Chiefs football manager Bobby Motaung explained the circumstances surrounding the Zimbabwe international's future. Musona was happy to return to Chiefs this season, but he wanted the option to return to Europe when the opportunity arose. For this reason a deal didn't make 'business sense' for Chiefs. With the striker remaining at German club Hoffenheim, one would ...
Player of the week May 28, 2014 in Soccer, Sport AFTER the completion of Match Day Nine of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League on Monday, Highlanders attacking midfielder Charles Sibanda can simply lay claim to having settled well into the Bulawayo giants’ line-up. SPORTS REPORTER charles-sibanda Sibanda has seen duty at Hwange, won the league title with Motor Action in 2010 and was crowned Soccer Star of the Year and played in the Caf Champions League with FC Platinum in 2012 under Rahman Gumbo. On Sunday, the Entumbane-born star scored twice as Highlanders thumped Buffaloes 3-1 at Sakubva Stadium to reclaim pole position. His third crack at goal was diverted into the nets by Buffaloes defender Liberty Chakoroma. It has been a slow start for Sibanda at Bosso, mainly because of being overshadowed by poster boy and Mamelodi Sundowns-bound Kuda Mahachi. But he took advantage of Mahachi’s absence to show his coach Kelvin Kaindu what made him the best player in Zimbabwe in 2010. Mahachi will be leaving ...
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 ...
Kaizer Chiefs will be without their top Bafana Bafana players when they take on the Nedbank Ke Yona team at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Sunday The AmaKhosi needs to give their players a rest ahead of a taxing Caf Champions League campaign coming up, and with some of them having already participated at Chan for South Africa. Chiefs assistant coach Doctor Khumalo told Goal that they don't want to overload their players with extra games, hence they will use some of their senior players together with players from their development ranks.
South Africa is coming slowly, but surely First we saw Orlando Pirates go all the way to Caf Champions League final, beating African giants TP Mazembe, Al Ahly, Zamalek and Experance, on the way to final. That was a big achievement for South African football. Secondly Bafana Bafana defeated number one ranked team Spain, La Roja (Spain) won World Cup in our home soil beating Netherlands 1-0 thanks to Iniesta's goal, in same stadium FNB/Soccer City Stadium. Parker scored the only goal in South Africa's victory over Spain. That was an biggest achievement for South African Football. Amajita South Africa U21 won Cosafa Cup this month beating Kenya on the Casafa final. Shakes Mashaba's boy did not concede even a single goal, the whole tournament. Shakes said they were inspired by Madiba Magic and they were doing it for Baby Jake Motlale. 2014 we are looking forward see this often, we are going to host CHAN January-February tournament, which will be played by African Teams with players playing local (not outside ...
A capacity 90,000 crowd and a global TV audience will watch a Soweto derby between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates tomorrow that could decide the South African Premiership title race. Chiefs hold a five-point lead over second-placed Pirates with nine rounds left. A win for the season-long pacesetters would make them firm favourites to become champions after the first season in charge for England-born former South Africa coach Stuart Baxter. A win for Pirates would narrow the gap to two points and the team seeking a record-equalling third consecutive title have a match in hand because of Caf Champions League commitments. With even more at stake than usual in a fixture dating back 43 years, it was not surprising that tickets for the mid-afternoon Soccer City stadium showdown were sold out two weeks ago. On our phone topic what are your predictions for the this weekend's clash?
DYNAMOS IN TRANSFER DEADLINE NIGHTMARE January 30, 2013 in Soccer, Sport DYNAMOS are in dilemma as they battle to beat the Thursday deadline for the late registration of players for the Caf Champions League. REPORT BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA SPORTS CORRESPONDENT The champions, who have already lost star midfielder Denver Mukamba to Bidvest Wits in South Africa, are set to lose strikers Simba Sithole and Rodreck Mutuma to Supersport United and Bloemfontein Celtic respectively. While Dynamos are battling to find replacements before the deadline, the biggest challenge they are facing is that they are still to agree with both Supersport and Celtic on the transfer fee for Sithole and Mutuma. Dynamos are demanding $120 000 for Mutuma, but the two parties are still to agree on the transfer fee. The champions have also opened negotiations for the transfer of Sithole, but are also still to agree on a figure. Both Supersport United and Celtic also have to sign the players before the close of the transfer window of Janu ...
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 ...
Ghana league champions Asante Kotoko have confirmed the signing of strikers Eric Bekoe and Ransford Osei. Osei and Bekoe who plied their trades in South Africa and Egypt respectively have completed personal terms with Ghana’s representative in next year’s Caf Champions League .
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