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APR, DOLPHINS, BRIKAMA….ALL NAMES IN THE NEXT ROUND E-mail
Written by Tunde Adelakun   

The Orange CAF African Champions League concluded its second round of qualifiers last weekend and there were some impressive results and the setting up of some real eye-watering ties for the next round.

APR of Rwanda (a team founded on the nation’s military background) scaled through at the expense of favourites Tusker FC of Kenya. Having battled to a scoreless draw in Nairobi, APR got the 1-0 win needed to secure a place in the next round. They will, though, face a tricky two-legged duel with former African champions Etoile du Sahel from Tunisia, to advance to the next stage.

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KENYA FA BOSS DESCENDS ON RACISTS IN FOOTBALL ………calls for stiffer measures against culprits ……….labels Kenny Dalglish as one who abets racism E-mail
Written by Maria   

The football fraternity was charged earlier today in very strong words by Sam Nyamweya, the Chairman of Football Kenya Federation. The Kenyan football supremo was speaking about the re-emergence of racism on football, and the seeming inability of FIFA to deal decisively with the menace.

Writing in an article released today, Nyamweya said “the past few years have seen a seeming rise in cases of racism in our football, especially in so-called developed countries in Europe and the eastern bloc”.

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SENATE’S PROCLAMATION ON NIGERIAN FOOTBALL – “UNFAIR, UNCALLED FOR” E-mail
Written by Maria   

Ripples ran through the rank and file of Nigerian football hierarchy on the eve of the Nigerian Super Eagles’ Africa Cup qualifier against Rwanda. News reached the Nigerian camp that there was a session in the nation’s Senate, where the leadership of the legislative body stated that Nigerian football was a “house of corruption” with leaders who did not know what they were doing.

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Desailly claims Ghana FA approach for job E-mail
Written by Patrick Doamekpor   
Ex-France captain Marcel Desailly claims he has been approached by the Ghana Football Association to take-over as Black Stars coach.
The 43-year-old has been heavily linked with the vacant national team coaching job following the dismissal of Serbian coach Goran Stevanovic last month.
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KENYAN FORTUNES ON THE UP… E-mail
Written by Maria   

It was a weekend of glee for Kenyan football, whose leadership appears determined to take the country to heights yet unexperienced in the history of the nation’s football.

Last Wednesday, the senior national team of Kenya – the Harambee Stars – defied odds, even surviving a walk-out of their star player, Parma of Italy’s McDonald Mariga to record a famous 2-1 home win over Togo in the 2013 African Nations Cup qualifier played in Nairobi.

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