Wednesday, 30 September, 2020

Category: Sports News


[Nation] Kenya’s contingent to the London Marathon flew into the English capital Monday morning with reports indicating that some Ethiopian athletes failed to catch the special flight for unknown reasons.


[CAF] For the first time since its creation in 1923, Union Sportive Monastirienne (US Monastir) won their first ever trophy, bagging the 2019-20 Tunisian FA Cup title.


[Nation] President Uhuru Kenyatta on Saturday presided over the reopening of the Nyayo National Stadium with a warning to Sports Kenya to ensure that the facilities that the government is constructing and refurbishing are managed well.


[CAF] The 128th “Casablanca derby” between archrivals Wydad and Raja ended in a goalless draw on Thursday (24 September 2020) evening at Mohammed V stadium.


[This Day] The Nigeria Football Federation has composed new technical crews for a number of National Teams. The composition sees the return of one-time U20 Boys’ Head Coach, Isah Ladan Bosso, with Christopher Danjuma retaining the U20 Girls’ lead role, Read more…


[Capital FM] Nairobi — A Kenyan athlete who jumped over a fence to evade registration by Doping Control Officers (DCOs) has been slapped with a three-and-a-half-year ban by the Athletics Integrity Unit.


[The Herald] THE decision by the Government to allow the Chevrons to travel to Pakistan has been hailed as a huge sign that international sport could be on its way back in Zimbabwe.


[The Herald] WARRIORS skipper, Knowledge Musona, is back among the goal scorers in the Belgian Pro-League after a fine one-hour show for KAS Eupen on Sunday.


[Zimbabwe Standard] Warriors and Aston Villa midfielder Marvelous Nakamba played a key role in former Vitesse Arnhem teammate and close friend Bertrand Traore’s decision to join the English Premier League side from French giants Olympic Lyon.


[Nation] In a landmark ruling, Fifa has adjusted rules governing football players switching international associations after approving amendments to the Regulations Governing the Application of the Statutes at the organisation’s 70th Congress on Friday.

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