South Africa claimed the winner’s trophy at the COSAFA Qualifiers for TOTAL U-17 AFCON, Morocco 2021 to lift the regional title in this age-group for the first time since 2002. South Africa defeated holders Zambia 4-2 on penalties following a 1-1 draw in the decider in Nelson Mandela Bay to spark wild scenes of celebration.
Zambia will clash with South Africa in the final of the COSAFA Qualifiers for TOTAL U-17 AFCON, Morocco 2021, but both sides have already secured a place at the continental showpiece tournament next year. The final match, as well as the third-place play-off between Malawi and Angola, will be live on SuperSport channel 209 on
Confederation of African Football (CAF) Medical Officer Dr Thulani Ngwenya has clarified a number of issues relating to the disqualification of four teams from the on-going COSAFA Qualifiers for TOTAL U-17 AFCON, Morocco 2021. Botswana, Comoros Islands, Eswatini and Zimbabwe were all excluded from the competition after one or more players failed a Magnetic Resonance
Zambia have qualified for the 2021 Africa Under-17 Cup of Nations after ensuring their place in the final of the 2020 COSAFA Men’s Under-17 Championship with a massive 6-2 success against Malawi in Nelson Mandela Bay on Tuesday. The win means Zambia will finish in the top two in the four-team mini-pool, enough to reach
Zambia put in a dominant performance in the 2020 COSAFA Men’s Under-17 Championship to overcome Angola while South Africa were saved their blushes against Malawi at the Gelvandale Stadium in Nelson Mandela Bay on Sunday. The Chipolopolo youngsters were effective in attack and were on the scoreboard first in the 51st minute when Charles Mumba
The disqualification of Botswana, Comoros Islands, Eswatini and Zimbabwe from the 2020 COSAFA Men’s Under-17 Championship on the basis of fielding over-age players has forced a reset of the competition which will now start on Sunday. The Confederation of African Football (CAF) Youth Competitions Committee made the decision to disqualify the teams from the zonal
Hosts South Africa got their 2020 COSAFA Men’s Under-17 Championship campaign off to a winning start after a 2-0 success over Eswatini in their Group A opener in Nelson Mandela Bay on Thursday. Goals in each half from Thabang Mahlangu and Yamkela Phalane sealed the victory for the home side, who lead the pool in
Malawi coach Deklerk Msakakuona has named his final 20-man squad for this year’s COSAFA Men’s Under-17 Championship that will be staged in Nelson Mandela Bay from November 19-29. The Junior Flames open their campaign against Botswana on Friday, before facing defending champions Zambia two days later. The last group phase match will be on Nov.
Eswatini will hope to build on a strong showing at the 2019 COSAFA Men’s Under-17 Championship when they take part in the 2020 edition that starts in Nelson Mandela Bay on Thursday. The side managed four points in their pool last year, enough to reach the semifinals, which included a 1-1 draw with South Africa
Zambia have named their squad for the 2020 COSAFA Men’s Under-17 Championship that starts in Nelson Mandela Bay on Thursday, including some familiar names from last year’s triumph in Malawi. It includes last season’s joint top-scorer Rickson Ng’ambi, whose five goals went a long way to the side being crowned champions. Charles Mumba and Julius