Sports

Diouf confirms Senegal U-turn

By Piers Edwards ,BBC Sport, Dakar, Senegal. Senegal captain El Hadji Diouf(pictured) has renounced his decision to quit international football. The (...)

| November 2007 | 3211 views

Young Chernor Bah is footballer of the year

By Tony Bee Conteh, Sydney, Australia. One of the Sierra Leone community youths in Sydney, Australia, has made a name for himself and the Sierra Leone (...)

| October 2007 | 4621 views

Another English club chases Kallon

By Abu B. Shaw, London Mohamed Kallon’s quest for having a go at the English Premier League has remained undiminished despite encountering earlier (...)

| October 2007 | 5307 views

CAF: New contest just for home-based players

By Abayomi Charles Roberts. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the African soccer confederation CAF. Formed in August 1957, CAF has since been (...)

| September 2007 | 3520 views

English club snubs Mohamed Kallon

By Abu B. Shaw, London. This is another heavy punch for the belly of Sierra Leonean soccer. The country’s sole football ambassador, Mohamed Kallon, has (...)

| September 2007 | 5664 views

Nigerian teens win FIFA World Cup again

By Abayomi Charles Roberts. Nigeria’s Golden Eaglets were brilliant as the team beat Spain 3-0 to win the recent FIFA Under-17 World Cup. South Korea (...)

| September 2007 | 2694 views

FIFA sanctions Nigerian coach

Under the chairmanship of Marcel Mathier (Switzerland), the FIFA Disciplinary Committee recently reviewed a number of cases and decided upon disciplinary (...)

| August 2007 | 1400 views

Maryland Captures Ishmael Dyfan Trophy

By Elson Hedd. All roads led to Philly this past Saturday when the annual Sierra Leonean soccer tournament was held in grand style. Sierra Leoneans (...)

| July 2007 | 1656 views

A Sierra Leonean Tournament in Philly

By Alpha Lebbie (Fonz). The all-Sierra Leonean tournament is an annual soccer tournament for Sierra Leonean soccer teams from most states in the USA. (...)

| July 2007 | 1622 views

Nigeria knocks Zambia out of U-20

CBC Sports. Chukwuma Akabueze’s powerful left foot proved to be the difference as Nigeria edged Zambia 2-1 at the FIFA Under-20 World Cup on Thursday. (...)

| July 2007 | 1212 views