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Mashaba prepared to rest Downs players - Independent Online
But he first fired a subtle salvo at Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane, who is adamant that Mashaba and the Premier Soccer League (PSL) should help the players manage what is going to be a tiresome schedule in trying to balance their CAF Champions League ...and more »
Medeama head coach Prince Owusu quit - GhanaWeb
It was reported that on Friday that exasperated fans of Medeama prevented head coach Prince Owusu from training the team on Friday afternoon for causing the team's CAF Confederation Cup elimination. The former Tema Youth coach has been fingered by ...and more »
Alhaji Grusah backs Hearts of Oak to clinch league title - GhanaWeb
Hearts, 2004 CAF Confederation Cup title-winners, are without a win in their last 6 games, picking five points out of a possible 18. While Sergio Traguil's men try to a negotiate a win at Bechem over the weekend, they have received a strong backing for ...and more »
Mabena v Brockie - battle of the sharpshooters - Independent Online
Mabena and Co will also be taking part in the CAF Confederation Cup this season. The Bafana Bafana striker is eager to do his part in order to help Dikwena fare well on the domestic and continental front. “I want to add value by helping the team to ...
About CAF Confederation Cup
The CAF Confederations Cup is an African football competition for clubs, organized by the Confederation of African Football. CAF modeled the competition off Europe's UEFA Cup back in 2004.
The CAF Confederations Cup consists of 32 teams, divided into 8 groups. Matches are played until a winner comes out. The Current CAF 2008 CAF Confederation Cup champion is Club Sportif Sfaxien.
Every year, a qualification series occurs to determine which African football teams qualify into the finals of the competition. The domestic club winners and third place teams are chosen from the top 12 placed CAF national associations. The remaining eligible football teams are the domestic league 2nd place team from the remaining 42 member associations. These clubs participate in a two-phase tournament.