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How can East Africa compete with the rest?

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Musona nets hat-trick, Uganda win

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New boys help Ghana to perfect start

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Ethiopian league suspended after referee attacked by players

Welwalo Adigrat University players and coaching staff attacked the referee of their Ethiopian Premier League game against the Defence after a controversial goal decision.

The Ethiopian Football Federation has suspended all league matches following an attack on a referee by players during a match.

The incident occurred during Monday's Premier League fixture between Defence Force SC and Welwalo Adigrat University.

With the scores tied at 1-1, Defence took a shot at goal which the keeper fumbled, but appeared to gather before it crossed the line.

However, the referee awarded the goal to the hosts, sparking angry protests from Welwalo. The incident culminated in the...

How can East Africa compete with the rest of the continent?

While East Africa's nations have enjoyed great success in other sporting disciplines, the region's national football teams have largely failed to make a mark on the continent's soccer scene.

Kenya and Ethiopia have a plethora of elite long and middle-distance runners, Rwanda has its cycling sensations., Uganda boasts of a thriving motosports scene, while even South Sudan's roster of basketball stars grows every year.

East Africa is as sports mad and trophy-hungry as the rest of the continent, but...

Musona nets hat-trick, Uganda edge Cape Verde

Knowledge Musona celebrates his goal
Knowledge Musona celebrates his goal

Ghana returned to goalscoring form as they opened their 2019 African Nations Cup Group F qualification campaign on Sunday with a crushing 5-0 home success over Ethiopia in Kumasi.

Debutant Raphael Dwamena, who played this past season in the Swiss second-tier with FC Zurich, bagged a second half brace after veteran forward Asamoah Gyan had given the home side the lead with his 50th national team goal.

The Black Stars' other strikes came from Turkey-based defender John Boye and 21-year-old Ebenezer...

New boys, Gyan help Black Stars to perfect start

Kwesi Appiah's first game back in charge of Ghana ended in a perfect 5-0 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying victory against Ethiopia on Sunday.

The scoreline told a story of dominance, but there was a lot more to it. The identity of the goalscorers told it's own story as well. It told a story of how the old and the new could provide the springboard for Appiah.

The new boss put his seal on this squad by first leaving out established names like Agyemang Badu and Mubarak Wakasso, and his match line-up...