Gibraltar have confirmed that next September’s home Euro 2016 qualifier with the Republic of Ireland will be played in Faro, Portugal.There had been speculation that the game would be moved to London, following problems with the stadium Gibraltar have been using, the Estadio do AlgarveBut the Gibraltar FA have revealed these problems have been addressed and they are committed to playing all of their games in the group in the stadium.
Football club ‘Vitez’ has managed to qualify to BIH Premier League by becoming the first team of the First League of FBiH and now they are planning to acquire new players, reports sportsport.baTheir newest addition to the team is Marko Mišić, who used to play for Olimpic from Sarajevo.This 20 year old midfielder left Olimpic because he was not satisfied with the number of minutes he spent playing and now he’s moving to Vitez.Mišić added that he hopes Vitez will play well in the Premier League and that it will achieve good results.
Share on: WhatsApp Group FGhana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Sierra LeoneGroup GDemocratic Republic of Congo, Congo Brazzaville, Zimbabwe, LiberiaGroup HIvory Coast, Guinea, Central African Republic, RwandaGroup IBurkina Faso, Angola, Botswana, MauritaniaGroup JTunisia, Egypt, Niger, SwazilandGroup KZambia, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau, NamibiaGroup LCape Verde, Uganda, Tanzania, LesothoMatchdays2017: June 5-132018: Mar 19-27, Sept 3-11 (two), Oct 8-16, Nov 5-13Notes— Group winners and best three runners-up qualify for finals with hosts Cameroon— Cameroon will compete to gain match practice and be awarded points. If Cameroon win group, the runners-up will qualify; if they finish runners-up, the winners will qualify; if they finish third or fourth, the winners will qualify and the runners-up will compete for one of the three additional places 2019 NATIONS CUP qualifiers: Group L – Cape Verde, Uganda, Tanzania, LesothoGroup C – Mali, Gabon, Burundi, South SudanJohannesburg, South Africa | AFP | South Sudan thrashed Djibouti 6-0 in Juba on Tuesday to reach the group stage of 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying.Trailing 2-0 from the first leg last Wednesday, the South Sudanese led after 12 minutes of the return match and were four goals ahead by half-time.The lead stretched to five goals just after half-time and the rout was completed 15 minutes from time for a 6-2 aggregate triumph.Robert Duku, James Joseph (twice) and Dominic Abui scored in the opening half and Ater Thomas and Khemis Leon after half-time.It was just the second win for South Sudan in nine Cup of Nations qualifiers while Djibouti have lost all nine away games in the competition, conceding 51 goals.Comoros also progressed after drawing 1-1 with Mauritius in Belle Vue to win 3-1 overall after building a two-goal lead at home last Friday.El Fardou Nabouhane put the visitors ahead and Walter Saint Martin levelled in the final minute of the first half.The Comorans go into Group B with title-holders Cameroon, Morocco and Malawi and the South Sudanese are in Group C with Mali, Gabon and Burundi. Updated draw for 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying competition after completion Tuesday of preliminary round:Group ASenegal, Equatorial Guinea, Sudan, MadagascarGroup BCameroon, Morocco, Malawi, ComorosGroup CMali, Gabon, Burundi, South SudanGroup DAlgeria, Togo, Benin, GambiaGroup ENigeria, South Africa, Libya, Seychelles