2012-02-28 12:31:43Stars Plot to Destroy Togo[Nairobi Star]
Two days before a crucial African Cup of Nations preliminary round qualifier against Togo, Harambee Stars return to camp with doubts still lingering over whether goalkeeper Arnold Origi will be available for the tie. Despite Football Kenya Federation 9FKF) chairman Sam Nyaweya confirming that the Norway-based keeper will be available, fans will be watching keenly the Stars training today, hoping that indeed the 27-year-old, who had called time on his national career, will be available. "I can confirm that
Sunday, 04-19-15, 11:49Court Sentences 11 to Death Over Stadium Violence[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -The Port Said Criminal Court referred on Sunday 11 defendants to the Grand Mufti to issue an opinion on sentencing them to death over murder charges during stadium violence which erupted in the canal city of Port Said in February 2012.
Sunday, 04-19-15, 11:33Ghana Upsets Defending Champions for 1st Win[CAF] The 5-3 victory for Ghana over Senegal might look like a surprise to the casual fan, as the Senegalese side is the defending CAF African Beach Soccer Championship winner, and Ghana was a loser in their first two matches of this tournament. But in reality, Ghana had shown flashes of greatness in their other matches and deservedly triumphed in the group stage finale. The win gives Ghana their first victory, and puts them in a tie in the group with Senegal, both with three points. Due to tiebreakers, Ghana st