Bale Winner Keeps Real Madrid in the Hunt

Gareth Bale headed in a late goal as Real Madrid won 1-0 at Real Sociedad to go top of La Liga for at least a couple of hours. Real were again without the injured Cristiano Ronaldo, who also missed the goalless first leg of their Champions League semi-final at Manchester

Were Bags Four as Zesco Thrash Blackpool

Kenyan international Jesse Were scored four goals in one match for the second time in his professional career as his Zesco United side kept their 100% winning start in the Zambian Super League with a 5-0 whacking of Mufulira Blackpool. The former Tusker FC man was among three Kenyan

Ex Kogalo Boss Nuttall Sacked at Zamalek

Zamalek board of directors, headed by President Mortada Mansour, have decided to sack coach Alex McLeish’s Scottish assistant Frank Nuttall, along with Moussa El-Habashi Nuttall joined Zamalek’s coaching staff last month after a request from McLeish, coming from a coaching experience with Kenya’s Gor Mahia. The decision to let go of the two has

Club Champs: Pipeline’s Final Dreams Shattered

Defending champions Ahly of Egypt and Carthage of Tunisia will repeat their 2015 semifinal meeting, as both heavy favourites qualified to the final spot of the 2016 Women's African Club Championship following their victories in the semifinal against Revenue Authority of Rwanda and Kenya Pipeline respectively in Tunis, Tunisia

Tusker FC Rewards Monthly Best Perfomers

Tusker FC have launched a monthly awards scheme for its players. The ten-time Kenyan champions on Friday awarded three players Sh50,000 each after sterling performances in February,March and April 2016. The three players are Captain James Situma who won the Player of the Month Award for February; midfielder Humphrey

Wenger Blames Arsenal Fans for Title Failure

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has blamed the club's fans for the Gunners' failure to win the Premier League title and urged them to behave more like Liverpool supporters. Arsenal looked on course to end their 12-year wait for Premier League glory early in the season but they collapsed in the

Legendary Weah to Run for President again

Former Liberia international George Weah will run to be the country's president for a second time, saying he had the "vision" to transform the country. Weah, who played for teams including Paris Saint-Germain, AC Milan and Chelsea, was the highest-ranking African footballer in Fifa's list of greatest players of the

Agbonlahor Surrenders Villa Captaincy

Gabriel Agbonlahor has stepped down from his role as Aston Villa club captain and been given a "substantial fine" by the club. The striker, 29, apologised for his "actions in recent weeks" after he was pictured apparently partying immediately after their relegation from the Premier League earlier this month.

Club Champs: Pipeline in Semis, Prisons Out

Kenya Pipeline sailed to the semi final of the ongoing Africa women's Volleyball club championship for the third time in a row with victory over Sfaxien but fellow Kenyan side Kenya Prisons weren't as lucky, losing to Carthage. Pipeline saw off Sfaxien 3-0 (25-15, 25-,18, 15-25, 25-17) in their

Liverpool Hit with Late Sucker at Villarreal

Liverpool's ambitions of reaching their first European final in almost a decade suffered a blow as Villarreal netted an injury-time winner in the first leg. After a first half of few chances, Cedric Bakambu's header clipped the Reds upright shortly after the break. Liverpool went closest when Roberto Firmino's