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Somali Football: End of the season ceremony held in capital
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[caption: Somali FA President Ali Said Guled presents championship trophy to Banadir SC captain.]

The long journey of the 2013-2014 football season in Somalia has concluded with a colourful ceremony during which Banadir Sports club who won the Nation Link Telecom championship and as well as the winners of division B and C Sahafi FC and Singjet FC were presented their trophies.

Held at the Holiday hotel in Mogadishu on Monday, the closing ceremony attracted a number of high level sporting officials, businessmen, club authorities, legends and key football players.

Somali Football Federation Secretary General Abdi Qani Said Arab who first addressed at the closing ceremony said that division B and C competitions continued between April-October 2013, while the Nation Link telecom championship which is the most populous sporting event in the country continued from November 2013 to April 2014.


Somali FA activity report magazine displayed in London
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Somali Football Federation has displayed its activity report magazine in London during a ceremony organized by the SFF’s administrative representative in the UK which saw the attendance of key sporting officials from different national federations, fans and journalists.


Members from Somali Sporting family in the UK who witnessed the displaying ceremony of the magazine have fully lauded for the successive activities by Somali football federation inside the country and as well as the work being done by the SFF representatives operating outside homeland.


“The beautiful magazine here in front of us and the detailed information plus pictures of activities it is carrying are indicating that a huge job was done—the rehabilitation of old soccer facility by FIFA was also a major move forward” said Dr. Hussein Diriye Afrah, Former Somali Football Federation executive committee member who was one of the volunteers who revived Somali Football after the fall of Somalia in 1991.

CECAFA Nile Basin Cup Round up Results: Victoria (1)VSMalakia(0),Al-Merreikh(3)VS Police (0),Al-Shandi(2)VSDkhill(1), Mbeya City (3)VSAcademie(2),AFC Leopards (2)VSEtincelles(0) PDF Print E-mail
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[In Photo: CECAFA Vice President Lawrence Mulindwa inspecting Victoria University players. Next in suit is H.E Ambassador Mayan Woal of South Sudan to Khartoum.]

Gotv Cecafa 2013 Team Fixtures PDF Print E-mail
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Hotly contested Cecafa elections bring in Uganda’s Lawrence Mulindwa
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Secretary General, Nicholas Musonye [of Kenya], says it was a healthy exercise with every member state expressing its democratic right and added that Kenya’s Local Organising Committee for the Challenge Cup was doing a fine job.

LAWRENCE Mulindwa of Uganda is the only new member of the Cecafa Executive Committee after hotly contested elections of the organisation in Nairobi on Tuesday morning.

All the four executive member slots were up for election after the expiry of terms of the incumbents, three of whom sought re-election. Sehalu Gebremariam of Ethiopia, the former Ethiopia Football Association President did not seek to retain the Vice-chairmanship of Cecafa but he attended the congress meeting.


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Salute Origi : Kenyan Divock Origi became the 1st Kenyan to score at the world cup after he turned a listless Belgian performance into a late 1-0 win over Russia on Sunday, enough to qualify for the next round of the World Cup with two straight victories. With this goal, Origi became the youngest goalscorer in Belgium World Cup history at 19 years, 65 days old. With Belgian King Philippe looking on, substitute Kevin Mirallas hit a freekick against the post in 84th minute, setting off a late revival. At first it looked like late moves from Eden Hazard would only camouflage a dismal performance. Playmaker Edin Hazard made a move into the penalty box area on the left and spotted Origi free in the center. A pinpoint pass from Hazard and cool right-foot finishing from the 19-year-old Origi gave Belgium more than it deserved. Divock Origi who is the son of renown former Harambee Stars player Mike Okoth Origi was born at Oostende Belgium and has lived most of his life outside Kenya. Taking into account of his nationality Kenyans could not stay away from celebrating that special moment of fame after he scored like they did for Obama and Lupita Nyong’o. ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
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