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Podcasts - 3 days ago
"We decided to enrol our children at this centre so that they can indulge their passion in the best environment," said Mohamed Ould Amar, who came Friday (July 18th) with his sons Jemal, 9 and Becar, 12. "Children love football and they play it everywhere.
The Observer (blog) - 1 week ago
When The Cranes easily defeated Mauritania 3-0 in a friendly at Namboole in January, the match passed off as a by-the-way for many football fans and it was unimaginable the two teams would meet again with stakes high, writes Elly Kyeyune. Ahead of the ...
The Caf Organising Committee took the decision to disqualify Equatorial Guinea after a protest brought by Mauritania Football Federation. Mauritania protested fielding of Thierry Fidieu Tazemeta in 1st round playoff of 17th May this year. According to ...
The Observer (blog) - 3 days ago
Last Saturday Bebe Cool's children Beatta and Thierry Alpha ushered the Uganda Cranes players onto the pitch when Uganda played against Mauritania. The game ended with ... He went with other players from Kololo football academy. Maybe the kids have ...
The Observer (blog) - 1 week ago
Time is running out for Brian Umony, a one-time golden boy of Ugandan football who badly needs a splendid performance against Mauritania this weekend to rekindle his Cranes career, writes John Vianney Nsimbe. From a metatarsal injury in his foot to ...
SBS - 1 week ago
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Less than a week after the World Cup final, international football resumes across Africa this weekend with qualifiers for next year's African Nations Cup finals, maintaining the treadmill of world competition.
Soccerly - 6 days ago
African football lightweights Guinea-Bissau upset the Central African Republic in the previous round. ... Mauritania were eliminated in the second round, then reinstated because opponents Equatorial Guinea used ineligible Cameroon-born Thierry Fidjeu.
The New Age Online - 1 week ago
Watching World Cup matches in Brazil has convinced the football stars of Kenya they can qualify for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) in Morocco. A country famous for their athletes has not featured at the continental football showpiece since making ... - 2 weeks ago
The Mourabitoune Juniors begin training Sunday (July 13th) in Nouakchott for the L'Alcúdia International Under-20 Football Tournament (COTIF) in Valencia, Spain. The training sessions will be held under the direction of national U-20 coach Sid'Ahmed ...
Brownsville Herald - 3 weeks ago
The Confederation of African Football on Thursday upheld an appeal by Mauritania over the eligibility of striker Thierry Fidjeu, who played in a May 17 qualifier in Nouakchott. CAF ruled that Cameroon-born Fidjeu was ineligible for Equatorial Guinea.
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