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CAF Confederation Cup

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.

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Majoro & Rakhale Rescue Pirates
Soccer Laduma
Second half goals from Lehlohonolo Majoro and Thabo Rakhale earned Orlando Pirates a 2-2 away draw with CF Mounana in their CAF Champions League first leg tie. The home side did most of the attacking in the early stages of the half, while Pirates ...
Makola, Manyisa Seal Progression For Bucs
Soccer Laduma
Orlando Pirates secured their spot in the next round of the CAF Confederation Cup after drawing 2-2 with URA at the Mandela National Stadium. Pirates will meet CF Mounana from Gabon in the next round, playing away in the first leg. Pirates had an early ...
Hearts snatch Caf Confed Cup ticket
GhanaWeb
Accra Hearts of Oak have progressed to the round of eight of the Caf Confederation Cup after recording a scintillating 3-2 away victory over Senegalese outfit Olympique de Ngor in the second-leg tie of the 1/16th final in M'Bour on Saturday. The ...
Starting XI: Pirates v AmaTuks
Soccer Laduma
... Of Pretoria 24 April 2014. By Soccer Laduma - Apr 24, 2015 06:29 PM ... Pirates come into this clash on the back of a 2-2 draw with CF Mounana in the CAF Confederation Cup and only arrived back in the country on Wednesday. Eric Tinkler's side lost ...
Hearts' Caf Confed Cup match venue moved
GhanaWeb
Accra Hearts of Oak's Caf Confederation Cup match against Senegalese side Olympique de Ngor has been moved to a new venue, as the home side hope to overturn their 2-1 deficit to make it to the next stage of the competition. The Phobians' official ...
Is Majoro Your SL Player Of The Season, Vote!
Soccer Laduma
The title of 'Soccer Laduma Readers Player of the Season' is up for grabs as the 2014/15 PSL approaches its end. In the first round of voting, the ... 'Ballojoro' boasts eight league goals, two cup goals in the MTN8 as well as another two in the CAF ...
Bucs Players Promised Incentives
Soccer Laduma
By Soccer Laduma - Apr 21, 2015 09:18 AM. Thumbs_up. 0. 102. 16-facebook 16-twitter 16-googleplus. Word emanating from the Orlando Pirates camp is that should the Buccaneers reach the group stages of the CAF Confederation Cup, players would be ...
Nigerian Referees Get More FIFA, CAF Matches
Daily Trust
As thenff.com earlier reported, Joshua Opeyemi Amao, Peter Edibi, Abel Baba and Abubakar Ago will be Referee, 1st Assistant Referee, 2nd Assistant Referee and Reserve Referee for a CAF Confederation Cup second round, second leg match between ASEC ...
Hearts players are beginning to prove critics wrong - Herbert Addo
GhanaWeb
Herbert Addo's side are on the threshold of further progress in the CAF Confederation Cup following an impressive away win over AC Djoliba in the first leg clash. The Rainbow club have also appear to have picked the pieces to their stuttering domestic ...
Abbey could return for Hearts against Olympics
GhanaWeb
Midfielder Thomas Abbey is in line to make a first team return for Hearts of Oak on Sunday after recovering from a knee injury. The 21-year-old has been out for a month after sustaining the injury while in action for the Phobians in the CAF ...

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