Archive for December 2011

Somali FA successfully concludes district level football for peace tourney in Mogadishu

The Somali Football Federation has successfully concluded the district level soccer for peace tournament in Mogadishu on Friday afternoon with Darkeynley district team wining the trophy after defeating their Yaqshid district rivals by 1-0 in the final match. Read the rest of this entry »

My Boys will win the trophy: says Yaqsshid district commissioner

The commissioner of Yaqshid District Mohyaddin Hassan Jurus who has recently been recognized by Somali Football federation as the most football-loving commissioner in the under-way district level football for peace tournament said he was very hopeful that his boys will win the trophy during Friday’s final match against Dharkeynley. Read the rest of this entry »

Senior Somali NOC official: the death of football fans shocks Somali sporting family.

The senior vice president and the head of international relations of Somali National Olympic committee Mr. Duran Ahmed Farah described the sudden death of five Somali Football fans on Tuesday evening as ‘the most shocking incident’ in recent years. Read the rest of this entry »

Car accident kills 4 Somali football fans

At least four Somali football fans have died and 10 others were wounded in a car accident on Tuesday evening as the fans were retuning from Stadium Banaadir where the district level football for peace tournament has been under way for the past several days. Read the rest of this entry »

Somali FA lauds for expatriate coach’s work in Australia

The Somali Football Federation has vehemently lauded for the job being done by the coach of Somali team in Australia Abdul Haq Mohamed Ahmed whose team promoted to the 1st division in the Western Australia soccer championship this year. Read the rest of this entry »

District level soccer for peace tourney comes to semis

Teenage boys representing Wadajir and Yaqshid districts in the war-devastated Banaadir region have on Saturday confirmed to have crossed to the semifinals of the district level football for peace tournament which has been underway at the ill-equipped Banaadir stadium in Mogadishu for past six days. Read the rest of this entry »

Djibouti FA donates football equipment to its soccer clubs

In a bid to encourage the promotion of football development activities in the small horn of African country of Djibouti the country’s football Federation has given a huge donation of different kinds of football equipment to the national Under 17 football squad and 60 football clubs across the country. Read the rest of this entry »

Mogadishu’s war-ravaged districts compete in football for peace tournament

The President of the transitional federal government (TFG) of Somalia Sheik Sharif Sheik Ahmed has on Sunday inaugurated a ten-day football tournament for teenagers representing the 16 districts that make of the Banaadir region where Somalia’s lawless capital Mogadishu is located.

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Mogadishu Mayor meets with Somali female basketball team

The mayor of Somali capital and former basketball player Mahmoud Ahmed Nur who met with Somali women’s basketball team in Doha promised that his administration will give the first priority to the development in sport and in particularly women’s sport which is recovering from years of setbacks and Islamist ban. Read the rest of this entry »

Participation of outside teams ‘sweetens’ CECAFA tournaments: Secretary General

Prior to the last day of the 2011 CECAFA Tusker senior challenge cup,  secretary general of the council of east and central Africa football associations (CECAFA) Nicholas Musonye revealed that the participation of national teams outside the region had sweetened the CECAFA competitions. Read the rest of this entry »

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