Cameroon Begins Mass COVID-19 Tests to Encourage Football Turnout

YAOUNDE — Cameroon launched a massive campaign Sunday for fans to be tested and vaccinated against COVID-19 to fill stadiums in the ongoing Africa Football Cup of Nations the country is hosting. Cameroon and African football officials say only 2,000 supporters turn out for matches at 20,000- to 60,000-seat stadiums because of COVID-19 restrictions and separatist threats. This is the deafening […]

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AFCON: Tunisia dominate Mauritania 4/0

Tunisia defeated Mauritania 4/0 at an AFCON 2021 Group F day-2 game played Sunday in Limbe, Cameroon. Hamza Mathlouthi scored for the national team (4’) along with Wahbi Khazri (9’,  64’) and Seifeddine Jaziri (66’)   Sunday (Day 2):    Limbe : Gambia – Mali                       1-1 Tunisia – Mauritania               4-0   Already played:  Day-1: Tunisia – Mali                        0-1 Mauritania – Gambia              […]

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2022 World Cup Shotgun in Morocco Cancelled Due to COVID-19 (Shooting Sports Federation)

This decision was also taken “because of the impossibility of organizing this international event given the decision to suspend flights,” said the FRMTS in a statement. The decision to cancel this event “was welcomed by the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) given the need to take into account the changing global health conditions imposed by the pandemic,” the Federation pointed […]

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Handball – Elite Championship – Day 4 results

Club Africain defeated Etoile Sportive du Sahel (24-21) at a Handball Elite Championship first phase day-4 game played on Saturday:   Results   Group A   Rached Khouja: EM Mahdia – Esperance de Tunis           22-27 Group B   Salle Hammam-Sousse: ES Sahel – C. Africain                     21-24   Salle de Hammamet: AS Hammamet – O Soliman           29-28   Source: Tap News […]

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AFCON 2021: Six Tunisian soccer players test positive for COVID-19

(TAP) – Six national soccer players playing in the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON 2021) have tested positive for COVID-19, the Tunisian Football Federation (FTF) announced on Friday.   “As part of the Confederation of African Football (CAF)’s testing routine before each game, the tests conducted on Friday morning revealed that Naim Saliti, Yohan Touzghar, Oussama Haddadi, Mohamed Drager, Dylan […]

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