Leopards Sign Former Tusker Winger Kimani

  AFC Leopards have added former Tusker FC wideman Kevin Kimani to their ranks on a one-year deal. The club confirmed Kimani’s acquisition on their Twitter handle despite having initially ruled out further dealings in January. Kimani hasn’t enjoyed much on-field success since leaving reigning Kenyan Premier League champions Tusker

Chapecoense Win First Game Since Plane Crash

Chapecoense have won their first game since most of their team were killed in a plane crash on 29 November. Seventy-one people, including 19 players and staff, were killed as the Brazilian team travelled to Colombia for the final of the Copa Sudamericana. The club have since signed 22

West Ham Criticise Payet as He Rejoins Marseille

West Ham have accused Dimitri Payet of showing a lack of "commitment and respect" after the France international rejoined Marseille for £25m. The Hammers insist they did not need to sell Payet and joint-chairman David Sullivan said he wanted the player to stay to "make an example" of him.

Afcon: Dussuyer Resigns as Ivory Coast Boss

Michel Dussuyer has stood down as Ivory Coast manager following his team's early elimination at the Africa Cup of Nations. The reigning champions were knocked out after losing 1-0 to Morocco. The Frenchman's decision to resign after 18 months in the job was announced by the Ivorian Football Federation (FIF). The

Afcon: Egypt Book Semis Date against Burkina

Egypt knocked out Morocco to reach the Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals as substitute Mahmoud Abdel-Moneim prodded home a dramatic 87th-minute winner. Mohammed Salah had twice been denied by Munir Mohamedi, but prior to the goal Morocco missed a host of good chances. Aziz Bouhaddouz failed to connect with

AFCON: Ayew Brothers Send Ghana to Semis

Ayew brothers, Andre and Jordan, grabbed a goal each as Ghana beat DR Congo 2-1 to reach the Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals. Jordan Ayew opened the scoring on 62 minutes, curling the ball past Ley Matampi in the Leopards goal. Paul-Jose M'Poku equalised for DR Congo with a

Kenya 7s Win Wellington 7s Challenge Trophy

Kenya Sevens grabbed their first silverware of the ongoing 2016-17 World Rugby Sevens season by winning the Challenge Trophy at the Wellington Sevens in New Zealand. Shujaa edged Australia 19-17 to make maximum use of their participation in the competition, collecting 8 points in the process. Innocent Simiyu's side

Afcon: Burkina Strike Late to Reach Semis

  Burkina Faso scored two late goals to beat Tunisia 2-0 and reach the Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals. Substitute Aristide Bance scored with a low drive from a free-kick only five minutes after coming off the bench. Prejuce Nakoulma made sure of the victory on the counter-attack, after Tunisia

Afcon: Mane Misses Penalty as Senegal Exit

Liverpool's Sadio Mane missed the decisive spot kick as Cameroon beat Senegal 5-4 on penalties to reach the Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals. Mane, Africa's most expensive player, was denied by Fabrice Ondoa, Vincent Aboubakar hitting the winning penalty. Much fancied Senegal had a great chance to win it in normal