• July 4, 2020

Tags : CAF

CAF Issue Guidelines For Resumption Of Football

Confederation of African Football (CAF) has released guidelines that must be followed by Member Associations for resumption of football on the continent. The guidelines have been put together by CAF Medical Committee in collaboration with the Technical & Development Department and a team of experts as the continent seek to prevent the widespread of Covid19. […]Read More

Uganda Cranes May Return To Action In October

Uganda Cranes may return to action in October 2020 after CAF hinted on resuming the AFCON qualifiers before this year ends. CAF cancelled the 2021 AFCON Qualifiers in March and June due to Covid19 but CAF general secretary Abdelmounaim Bah has said that a return in October is in plan. Mujib Kasule Cries Foul After […]Read More

Ahmad Proud As CAF Extends Ten-Year Stay In Egypt

CAF President Ahmad Ahmad is “proud” after the African Football governing body extended stay in Egypt for the next ten years. The CAF Headquarters Agreement which was signed in February, received the approval of the Egyptian House of Representatives at its session on Monday, 8 June 2020 in Cairo. Abdul Lumala Set For Pyramids FC […]Read More

FUFA To Receive $200,000 As CAF Move To Aid Member

Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) will receive $200000, which is about Sh752M, from Confederation of African Football (CAF), it’s official. CAF announced on Thursday that it will release a total of USD 10.8 Million to its 54 member Associations as part of a relief plan to “ease the financial burden” during the COVID-19 Pandemic. […]Read More

We Cannot Send Our Players To The Slaughterhouse – Ahmad

Confederation of African Football (CAF) president Ahmad Ahmad says that they are not ready to resume football activities before the situation returns to normal. The Covid19 pandemic has disrupted CAF’s football calendar and the body has had to postpone it’s activities including the CHAN competition, 2021 AFCON Qualifiers, Champions League and Confederation Cup among others. […]Read More

Covid19: CAF Champions League Final Put On Hold

Football governing body in Africa, CAF, has put on hold the finals for Champions league and Confederation cup due to Covid19 pandemic. The CAF Champions League finals were supposed to be played on May 29, 2020 at the Japoma Stadium in Cameroon. The Confederation cup finals were scheduled on May 24, 2020 at Prince Moulay […]Read More

Uganda V Cameroon, Other Women U17 Qualifiers Postponed

Uganda’s two-legged tie with Cameroon in the FIFA Women U17 World Cup Qualifiers has been postponed, CAF has announced. The Uganda women U17 was supposed to host Cameroon in May 1-3 before a second leg on 15-17 the same month. The postponement has been inevitable because of the ongoing widespread of Covid19 pandemic. The statement […]Read More

FUFA Confident Despite Tanzania Petition To CAF

Tanzania has petitioned CAF. FUFA Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) remains unmoved by Tanzania’s claims that Uganda used over-age players. Reports in Tanzania says that the country’s Football Federation (TFF) appealed to CAF about the matter saying Uganda used four players who over 17 years in the recently concluded U17 FIFA Women World Cup […]Read More

Sources: Tanzania Reports Uganda To CAF

Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) has reported Uganda’s FUFA to Confederation of African Football (CAF), reports in Tanzania have revealed. TFF claims that Uganda fielded over-age players in the concluded FIFA U17 FIFA World cup qualifier where Uganda won 5-0 to advance with a 6-2 aggregate victory earlier this month. TFF secretary general Wilfred Kidao, as […]Read More

Sadio Mane Named CAF Player Of The Year

CAF Sadio Mane and Asisat Oshoala were crowned as African Player of the Year and African Women’s Player of the Year at the CAF Awards 2019 held at the Albatros Citadel Sahl Hasheesh Resort in Hurghada, Egypt. The 28th edition of the CAF Awards celebrated African footballers and officials who distinguished themselves during 2019. Mane […]Read More

CAF Seat To Aid Magogo Bid To Raise Regional Standards

Featured Image: Magogo poses with Officials at Entebbe Airport’s VIP Lounge. Stephen Mayamba/FUFA Photo FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo has claimed that Uganda and the CECAFA region in general will benefit greatly from his new CAF position. Magogo was recently elected on the CAF Executive committee for the cycle 2017-2021 for the continental body that […]Read More

Dream Come True – Magogo On Being Elected CAF Executive

Featured Image – Magogo seen having a conversation with CAF president Ahmad Ahmad. FUFA The just concluded 41st CAF General meeting at the Marriot Hotel in Cairo has seen a number of administrative changes, but most significant has seen FUFA president Moses Magogo ushered in as the new CAF Executive member for the East and […]Read More

2021 AFCON Qualifiers: Uganda To Learn Group Opponents

All is set for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers draw. The draw will take place on Thursday, 18 July 2019, at Aida Ballroom Cairo Marriott Hotel, Zamalek. This will be during the 32nd CAF General Assembly. The pots for the draw have been revealed by Caf. Uganda have been pitted in Pot 2 […]Read More

FIFA Takes Over African Football Amidst CAF Scandals

Football governing body in the world, FIFA, has taken over the operations of confederation of African Football (CAF), it has been revealed. The surprising move comes just hours before the start of AFCON in Egypt. This is in a bid to clean the CAF house that saw recent developments with CAF president Ahmed Ahmed arrested […]Read More

CAF President Ahmad Arrested – Reports

According to a source, Jeune Afrique, have claimed that the president of the African Football Confederation (CAF) Ahmad Ahmad was arrested on Thursday morning at a hotel in Paris, where he was staying to attend the FIFA Congress. The arrest comes as Ahmad Ahmad was in Paris to attend the FIFA Congress, which resulted in […]Read More