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Orlando Pirates, Etoile de Sahel seeking CAF Confederation Cup glory

CAF Confederation Cup honours are up for grabs between Thamsanqa Gabuza's Orlando Pirates, left, and Mohamed Amine Ben Amor's Etoile du Sahel.
CAF Confederation Cup honours are up for grabs between Thamsanqa Gabuza's Orlando Pirates, left, and Mohamed Amine Ben Amor's Etoile du Sahel.

The end of 2015 is already in sight, which means focus has shifted slightly from league football to cup competitions. At club level, the last crown of the year will be claimed; at regional level, there is a surprise from East Africa and at the age-group level, a rising star continues to shine.

CAF Confederation Cup

The second-tier club competition reaches its climax this weekend with either Etoile du Sahel or Orlando Pirates set to triumph in the CAF Confederation Cup. The second leg takes...

Orlando Pirates, Etoile du Sahel ready for CAF Confederations Cup final

Orlando Pirates were able to beat Al-Ahly in the semifinals on this improbable cup run. But can they win it all?

The continent's final cup competition of the year, the CAF Confederation Cup, reaches its climax as Etoile du Sahel and Orlando Pirates compete for the second tier title. Even though this trophy does not hold the same glory as the Champions League, the Tunisians and the South Africans are promising a tough fight. Elsewhere, there has been some movement among national coaches and the Road to Rio is about to begin for Africa's U23 sides.

CAF Confederation Cup

Orlando Pirates and Etoile de Sahel...

North Africa holds the key in WCQ; Cape Verde and Uganda impress

Libya football fans will hope their side can pull off a few shocks.

Africa's heavyweights kept it interesting in the second round of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup, but survived scares in a bid to compete on the global stage.

Egypt and Mali recovered from first leg defeats to Chad and Botswana respectively, while Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal and Algeria rose to the occasion after first leg draws to advance to the final round.

The road for the 20 teams left trying to get to Russia remains long however. They will be drawn in five groups of four teams each, will play...

 By Colin Udoh

After winning their seventh Premier League, are Enyimba Nigerian greats?

Enyimba celebrated winning their first Nigeria Premier League title since 2010.

A roller-coaster Nigeria Premier League campaign came to a close on Sunday with Enyimba captain Chinedu Udorji hoisting the league trophy in Lagos. Minutes later, it was followed by the stunning resignation announcement by club chairman Felix Anyansi-Agwu, who has not only been in charge since 2000, but has masterminded all of the club's successes.

Enyimba's spike-and-trough moment, happening within minutes of each other, is almost a perfect replica of the current domestic football season.


Minnows prove mighty in African World Cup qualifying; Sexwale in, Bility out

Nigeria clinched their second consecutive Under-17 World Cup with a 2-0 win over Mali.
Rigobert Song saw his new side cause a major upset.

African teams continued with the second round of 2018 World Cup qualifiers this week, as some of the major powerhouses were outshone by lesser lights. Elsewhere, Nigeria's teenagers proved that the continent can compete and dominate on a global stage and there's only one African left standing in the FIFA presidential race.

Minnows prove mighty

Egypt were Africa's biggest losers -- in terms of shock value, rather than the margin of defeat -- after losing first leg of their second round qualifier...

TP Mazembe striker Mbwana Samata leads Congolese to Club World Cup

TP Mazembe celebrate their success.

If sub-Saharan Africa only had one team to represent the entire region in continental club football competition, TP Mazembe would be first-choice. In truth, that's essentially what the side from the Democratic Republic of Congo did when they won this year's CAF Champions League anyway as they nullified a North African dominance that has stretched back five years.

Since Mazembe last won the tournament in 2010, North African clubs have been crowned champions every year -- twice after beating a team...