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Etoile Sahel beat Ahly in CAF Champions League semi-final first leg - KingFut

Etoile Sahel drew first blood and recorded a narrow home win over Al Ahly in their CAF Champions League semi-final first leg match, leaving all to play for in Egypt. Etoile Sahel XI: Mathlouthi; Nagguez, Boughattas, Kounate, Abderrazak; Ben Amor ...and more »

Equatorial Guinea, Morocco bid to host CHAN 2018 - Kenya Broadcasting Corporation

The Confederation of African Football (Caf) has confirmed that two countries, Equatorial Guinea and Morocco, have submitted bids to host the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN). Morocco confirmed their bid on Saturday, with Equatorial Guinea ...and more »

RELIVE: Etoile du Sahel (Tunisia) v Ahly (Egypt), CAF Champions League semifinal, 1st leg - Ahram Online

Full-time: Etoile du Sahel 2-1 Ahly. 90+5 The ref blows the final whistle. 90+5 Trabelsi strikes from distance as keeper Ekramy thwarts him. 88' Hamza Lahmar replaces Brigui.. 86' Moemen Zakareya comes in for Walid Soliman. 85' Fathi goes into the ...and more »

Ajayi Confident Al Ahly Can Beat Etoile In CAF Champions League - Complete Sports Nigeria

By Johnny Edward: Nigerian striker Junior Ajayi has insisted that Al Ahly will prevail against Tunisian side Etoile Sportive du Sahel in Sunday's first leg CAF Champions League semi-final clash in Sousse, Completesportsnigeria.com reports. Got ...and more »

El-Sheikh out, Ashour a doubt for Al Ahly's clash with Etoile Sahel - KingFut

Al Ahly will have to do without the services of Ahmed El-Sheikh for their CAF Champions League semi-final first leg match in Sousse. Al Ahly play Etoile du Sahel for a place in the final after overcoming another Tunisian side in the previous round ...and more »

Former African champions ASEC, V Club flop at home - Citizen

ASEC Mimosas of the Ivory Coast flopped at home and fellow former African title winners V Club of the Democratic Republic of Congo also bowed out of the CAF Champions League Sunday. The Abidjan club, winners of the competition in 1998, looked set to ...and more »