Saturday, 29 April 2017

Sports News (1558)

Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has explained why he attended the Confederation of African Football awards on Thursday in casual clothes.

Zimbabwe's preparations ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon have been thrown into chaos by a row over accommodation and financial issues.

Brazilian side Chapecoense will sign up to 20 new players for next season and reserve shirt numbers for the players who survived a plane crash.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says he is "arriving at the end" of his career and will not be coaching at 65.

Nyasa Big Bullets Chairperson, Noel Lipipa, has disclosed that they fired three members of the People’s Team’s technical panel due to alleged sabotage.

Dele Alli scored twice as Tottenham maintained their challenge for a Champions League spot with victory over 10-man Southampton.

Frank Lampard has told Soccer AM he would love to return to Chelsea but has no plans to decide on his next move before January.

Andy Murray has been voted the BBC Sports Personality of the Year for a record third time.

Dwangwa United Coach, MacDonald Mtetemera, has said it again that his team will not be relegated from the TNM super league and has warned all their remaining opponents.

Nigeria's national women's soccer team, the Super Falcons, demonstrated outside parliament Wednesday to demand they receive unpaid bonuses for winning Africa's international championship an eighth time.

Tiger Woods has committed to his first event of 2017 by agreeing to play in the Genesis Open in February at the Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles.

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