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FUS Crash out of Throne Cup

FUS Crash out of Throne Cup

🕔19:01, 14.Sep 2018

By Satish Sekar at the Stade Moulay Adbualla, Rabat © Satish Sekar (September 13th 2018) Plan Difâa el Jadida came to Rabat with a plan and left by progressing to the next round after going through 4-3 on penalties after

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Cruise Control for Atlas Lions

Cruise Control for Atlas Lions

🕔21:00, 10.Sep 2018

By Satish Sekar at Casablanca’s Stade Mohammed V © Satish Sekar (September 8th 2018) Settled Quickly Needing a win after defeat to the already qualified hosts, Cameroon, the result was never in doubt after Ziyach Hakim’s opener after just two

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The Academic Route

The Academic Route

🕔20:46, 8.Sep 2018

By Satish Sekar in Casablanca © Satish Sekar (September 8th 2018) Testing Morocco, unusually positioned at the bottom of their Cup of Nations qualifying group face Malawi tonight in the intimidating cauldron that is Casablanca’s Complexe Sportif Mohammed V. Double

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Sport can change the Black person’s world!

Sport can change the Black person’s world!

🕔18:23, 26.Aug 2018

Once upon a time, Sport bared its fangs. It clearly demonstrated that it has the power to change the world’s dynamics. I was there. In fact, I was a participant – a sacrificial lamb. Let me tell you the story.

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Victor Moses and the burden of being captain!

Victor Moses and the burden of being captain!

🕔18:12, 26.Aug 2018

He is 27 years old. Under normal circumstances, no player voluntarily retires from international football at an age that he is at his very best – experienced, mature, exposed, comfortable and at the peak of his physical fitness. So, to

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Football Should Do More

Football Should Do More

🕔23:57, 19.Aug 2018

By Satish Sekar in Tallinn © Satish Sekar (August 19th 2018) Shocking Unfortunately horror stories, once sporting careers end, are more common than they should be. I’ve seen a few on my travels. For me, it started with former Zambia

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On, Off and On again

On, Off and On again

🕔19:35, 12.Aug 2018

By Satish Sekar at Tanger’s Grande Stade © Satish Sekar (August 12th 2018) They Have a Point As I arrived in Tangier yesterday night Sevilla’s bus sped in the opposite direction away from Tangier;s Stade Ibn Batouta. The Airport that

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Down and all but out

Down and all but out

🕔17:14, 31.Jul 2018

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (July 29th 2018) Emphatic A 4-0 trashing inflicted by Casablanca’s Raja Club Athletic (RCA) on (Association Sportive Employés de Commerce) ASEC Mimosas left the Ivorians down and all but out of contention in African

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Punching Below their Weight

Punching Below their Weight

🕔00:04, 30.Jul 2018

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (July 29th 2018) The pride of Ivorian football? Actually there’s no doubt about that. ASEC Mimosas boast 26 league titles, 20 Coupes de Côte d’Ivoire de Football and 16 Félix Houphouët-Boigny (Ivorian Supercups) too.

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Down Memory Lane – The COSAFA Cup

Down Memory Lane – The COSAFA Cup

🕔13:23, 5.Jun 2018

By Satish Sekar in Polokwane © Satish Sekar May 27th 2018 The Council of Southern African Football Associations (COSAFA) was established in 1997 Cup. The 18th edition of the COSAFA Cup begins this afternoon in Polokwane at the Old Peter

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