WELCOME "KARIBU" TO ORANGE FOOTBALL ACADEMY ZANZIBAR

WELCOME "KARIBU" TO ORANGE FOOTBALL ACADEMY ZANZIBAR

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MUDATHIR YAHYA

MUDATHIR YAHYA

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SEIF ABDALLA "karihe"

SEIF ABDALLA "karihe"

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Tuesday, 9 June 2009

COPA COCA COLA IN SOUTH AFRICA,AFTER BEAT ARGENTINA 2-1 IN FINAL LAST YEAR IN RIO DE JANEIRO-BRASIL, DEFFENDING CHAMPIONS ARE NOW IN SEMI FINAL

Tanzania Copa Coca-Cola boys intensified their title retention bid when they posted victories over Africa Invite, Malawi and Namibia teams in matches played at the Absa Stadium in Pretoria on Sunday and yesterday, respectively.The team continued their rollercoaster display in the ongoing Inter-Africa under-17 championship after edging Africa Invited team by 4-2 goals on Sunday evening.When they woke up yesterday morning, they started where they left edging Malawi by a lone goal, before defeating Namibia by 3-1 goals later in the evening.The Tanzanian boys rallied from behind to notch their second victory over Africa Invite after a 5-0 demolition of Ethiopia in the opener played on Sunday morning.During their second match, the Africa Invited team shocked the Dar es Salaam boys with an eight minute opener through Sello Caiphas.While the Dar boys were organising on how best to respond, they found themselves floating in troubled water with another goal by Lucky Mukare after 22 minutes.Tanzanian Sadik Gaulaza successfully reduced the Africa Invite team lead with a goal barely five minutes to half time. The scoreboard read 2-1 as teams progressed into the dressing rooms.Africa Invite team which is made up of players from Mozambique, DR Congo, South Africa and Rwanda resumed with a psychological advantage, but this was short-lived when they conceded three quick fire goals in a span of 12 minutes.Youth team coach Rodrigo Stockler resorted to 4-3-3 instead of the initial 4-4-2 playing formation that worked perfectly.Lambere Gerome pulled an equaliser after 48 minutes as the ecstatic boys kept their opponents goal under siege. Adilu Adam scored the third goal four minutes later for the boys to take one goal the lead.Adam scored his second goal after 60 minutes, the fourth for the team that wrapped up the victory.The high-flying Tanzania boys notched their third victory over Malawi early yesterday morning with a lone goal scored by John Kyanturu after 28 minutes.The first half goal lasted throughout as Malawi failed to equalise while throwing overboard many scoring opportunities that came their way. With twelve points comfortably dangling in their hands, the boys are expected to play their final group stage match against Kenya at the same venue this morning.The match would determine classification for their next opponent in the semi finals to be played tomorrow.
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