Hassan Oktay ajiweka mbali na madai yake Manishinmwe

Mkufunzi wa klabu ya Gor Mahia, Hassan Oktay amekanusha madai kuwa klabu hio imemsajili kiungo wa Rwanda Djabel Imanishinmwe. Hassan ameleza kuwa hajapeana maagizo yoyote kuwa anahitaji kiungo huyo mshambulizi kwa viongozi wa klabu ya Ko’galo.


“Mimi simjui kijana mwenyewe na wala sijasema niletewa yeye kwa timu yangu kwani. Tena, nilipoteza mshambulizi wala sio kiungo hivyo basi nahitaji mshambulizi kulijaza pengo aliloacha Tuyisenge,” Hassan alisema.



Mshambulizi wa Bourmouth Callum Wilson ametia sahihi mkataba mpya na club hio. Wilson alifunga magoli 15 na kupika mengine 10 kwa mechi 33 alizocheza msimu uliopita. Klabu ya Chelsea ilikuwa karibu kupata sahihi ya mshambulizi huyu ila ikahamia kwake Gonzalo Higuain wa Juventus.


Massawe amkosoa Rais wa Tanzania Dkt. Pombe Magufuli

Staa wa kike katika tasnia ya utangazaji nchini Massawe Jappani amechapisha ujumbe katika insta story yake akionyesha kutokubaliana na takwimu alizozitaja rais wa nchi jirani ya Tanzania Pombe Magufuli kuhusu idadi ya raia wa nchi ya Senegal.

Soma hapa:

Video: Tazama jinsi mcheshi Eric Omondi alivyozidharau noti za Tanzania

Katika kipande cha video kinachozagaa na kuenea sana katika mitandao ya kijamii, rais huyu wa nchi jirani ya Tanzania anasikika akiwafokea wachezaji wa timu ya kitaifa. Hii ni baada ya timu timu kupigwa mabao mawili kwa mtungi na timu pinzani ya Senegal katika mchuano wa AFCON unaofanyika nchini Misri.

“Kwa nchi kama Tanzania yenye idadi ya watu milioni 55 mnakwenda kufungwa na nchi yenye idadi ya watu milioni 2. Kwa sababu lazima mujiulize, katika watu milioni 55 mmekosa wachezaji 11 wa kuweza kuliwakilisha hili taifa katika mchezo huu muhimu unaopendwa duniani.” Rais wa Tanzania anasema katika kipande hicho cha video.

Soma hadithi nyingine:

Video yavuja ! Eric Omondi na Hamisa Mobeto Kitandani

Massawe anamkosoa kwani idadi ya raia wa nchi ya Senegal ni takriban milioni 15.

“Jamani huyu si ange-google tu. Ignorance is not an excuse.” aliandika Massawe.

Kulingana na mtangazaji huyu, Dkt. Pombe Magufuli alikosa kupata sahihi idadi ya raia wa Senegal na hivo kupelekea kutoa idadi ya chini mno.

Massawe ni mtangazaji anayepeperusha kipindi cha Bustani la Massawe katika kituo cha Jambo .

Everyone’s talking about this video of the Senegalese defender relaxing before Colombia scored

First watch the video, then you can scroll through and read the funny reaction internet users had about the Senegalese defender.



So on June 28th, Africa’s World Cup hopes were dashed after Colombia sent Senegal packing. But that is not what everyone is interested upto now.

It’s all about the Senegalese defender standing next to the goal pole watching as Colombia scored.


Lots of people are bashing that Senegal defender leaning on the post. Everyone says he seemed to have been waiting at a train station or was a spectator in the game with the best seat.

Check out the best reactions below.

DeRossi’s Tattoo‏ @RomaThings…My goal in life is to to be as chilled and relaxed as the Senegal defender covering the near post.

Saddick Adams Obama‏ @SaddickAdams ….Before the Colombia goal, this Senegal defender appeared to be waiting for a train at a station

daoudi‏ @flitox2013…..he s waiting for the bus

Dean Leahy‏ @deanol82…..Someone told him to look after the post and that’s what he did

Chigo €|~P®in©ipiΠ¤‏ @chimiesaint ….If I was his teammate, I will walk over to him and give him a heavy slap. Idris Gueye displayed lack of professionalism at the highest level and he let his nation down when it mattered most. It’s a shame that he is actually a player I admire so much for his work rate.

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I mean he guarded the post all right. Hugged it the whole time. Maybe he should’ve been told to prevent the ball from going in instead?
@BeardedGenius… You all just jealous because he had the best ‘seat’ in the house to watch that goal.

Kevin Dale‏…Lol, didn’t notice that, brilliant he’s just casually leaning against the post, watching the game of footy!

Richard J Torres‏…That man takes his job VERY literally. He was told to guard the post and guard the post he did. No one or nothing was going to hit that post!!!

ʀʏ ‏ @RyxnYelumalai….Man was saving his energy cause he knew they were getting knocked out either way

Lewis Johnston‏ @LewisLew10….Just stood there like a statue

unny Dude‏ @JC_Jokes..I want to learn how to mind my business like this Senegal defender.

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Senegal exit means no African side will be in the round of 16 of the World Cup for the first time in 36 years

Senegal who carried the hopes and dreams of the entire continent, exited the 2018 World Cup after a 1-0 loss to Colombia.

Though the Lions of Teranga had equal points with Japan, the former were eliminated based on Fair Play Points after collecting more yellow cards (6) than Japan (4).

Their elimination means that for the first time since 1982, no African side has made it to the round of 16 of the World Cup.

Senegal’s dramatic exit from the World Cup was met with heartache in the capital Dakar on Thursday after the team lost to Colombia, dashing hopes of an African team advancing into the knockout stages.

Senegal followed Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco and Nigeria.

The drums never stopped beating as hundreds of expectant supporters gathered on a muggy afternoon to watch the match live in a palm tree-lined square in Dakar. Vuvuzela-wielding fans scaled trees, walls and scaffolding to watch the big screens.

After their team conceded a goal and then squandered good chances in the dying minutes, the carnival atmosphere gave way to silence and finally the kind of frustration that had been building since Senegal drew with Japan last Sunday, despite twice leading the match.

“We didn’t make the most of our chances. The problem was with the coach. I don’t know why, but referees do not like African teams,” said electrician Elly Sy, the Senegalese flag painted on both cheeks, echoing the litany of grievances voiced in the local press this week.

The poor showing will no doubt reignite a debate as to why African teams have failed to perform. But before that, there was simple, gutting disappointment.

The Dakar crowd thinned quickly after the match, leaving a few shedding tears in the trash-strewn square.

It was a stark contrast to the rowdy celebrations when Senegal beat its former coloniser France in 2002, prompting then-President Abdoulaye Wade to cruise the crowded capital in an open-topped motorcade.

Still, crestfallen fans took some positives from their country’s showing in Russia, especially their first-match victory over Poland. Their team did what they could, many said.

“I felt proud that we were the last African team in the cup,” said Mustapha Thiam, a 28-year-old trader after the game. “Senegal isn’t a small team anymore.”



World Cup 2018: Egypt Faces Exit As Senegal Becomes First African Team To Register Win

Senegal kicked off their world cup campaign on a winning note with a 2-1 win over Poland in Group H.

In a tightly-fought contest, Thiago Cionek’s unfortunate own goal handed Senegal the lead before their advantage was doubled through M’Baye Niang who capitalized on a poor back pass from Grzegorz Krychowiak to score his first international goal after running on from the sideline having received treatment.

Krychowiak pulled a goal back for Poland with a powerful header four minutes from time, but Senegal held on for victory. Senegal were making their first appearance in the tournament since 2002.

Meanwhile, hosts Russia secured a 3-1 win over Egypt in St Petersburg to put themselves on the brink of advancing to the round of sixteen.

Ahmed Fathi’s own goal broke the deadlock, before Denis Cheryshev and Artem Dzyuba struck twice in three minutes to settle the Group A clash and move Russia to six points after two games.

Mo Salah, who was included from the start, pulled a goal back from the spot with 17 minutes left, but it will take an unlikely scenario to prevent the hosts from progressing while Egypt’s tournament is all but over after two straight defeats.

Their final match will be against Saudi Arabia who are due to play Uruguay today at 6pm.


Senegal Beat South Africa 2-0 To Book World Cup Spot

Senegal booked their place in next summer’s World Cup finals and dashed South Africa’s hopes by beating them 2-0 in Polokwane.

West Ham forward Diafra Sakho’s early goal gave Senegal a half-time lead at the Peter Mokaba Stadium before an own goal from Thamsanqa Mkhize sealed South Africa’s fate.

South Africa had originally won the match 2-1 on November 12 last year, but it was agreed that the game would be replayed after referee Joseph Lamptey’s lifetime ban was upheld by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Lamptey has been expelled by FIFA over match-fixing allegations.

Senegal knew victory would be enough to send them to Russia, while South Africa needed to win their final two qualifying matches, both against the Lions of Teranga.

Liverpool forward Sadio Mane’s fine pass set up Sakho for the opening goal in the 12th minute and the latter kept his composure to slide the ball home and silence a partisan crowd.


8 dead, 60 injured in Senegal football match stampede

8 people were killed during Senegal’s football league final in Dakar yesterday in a stampede that broke out following clashes at the end of the match, the official APS news agency said.

A wall collapsed at Demba Diop stadium as people attempted to leave after the game between local teams Ouakam and Stade de Mbour, APS reported, adding many more were injured.


Police fired tear gas at clashing supporters from both teams who were throwing projectiles, and panic spread in the stadium leading to a crush.

At least 49 were seriously injured in the confusion, APS said, while firefighters were at the scene along with large numbers of ambulances.


AFRICA 7S: Kenya Sevens Thrash Madagascar 41-0 To Cruise To Semis

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Kenya Sevens have cruised to the semifinals of the ongoing Africa Rugby Sevens Championship after defeating Madagascar 41-0 in their quarterfinal tie.

The match was played at the Barnard Stadium and Shujaa took a 17-0 halftime lead before sealing the win in the second half.

The victory was Kenya Sevens’s fourth in a row after they won all their Pool A matches on Saturday; Mauritius 50-5, Senegal 27-0 and Madagascar 46-0.

Kenya will face the winner of the match between Tunisia and Uganda in the semifinals.

The winner of the tournament will qualify for the olympic games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, next year.

Mother Of Stoke City Forward Mame Biram Diuof Killed In Hajj Stampede

Mame Biram Diouf. | image source: BBC/Getty Images

The mother of Stoke City footballer Mame Diouf is understood to have died in a stampede during the annual Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi authorities put the death toll from last month’s crush near Mecca at 769, but foreign media and officials put the figure at more than 1,000.

In a Facebook post, the club said it wished to extend “sincere condolences” to the player.

Stoke said it would provide Diouf with “all the support he needs at this extremely difficult time”.

The club said its thoughts and prayers are with the player, his family and friends following “the tragic death of his mother”.

CLUB STATEMENT: Stoke City wish to extend sincere condolences to Mame Diouf following the tragic death of his…

Posted by Stoke City Football Club on Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Stoke City’s statement on the death of Mame Biram Diouf’s mother.

The former Manchester United striker and Senegal forward joined Stoke on a free transfer when his Hannover contract expired in July last year.

RUGBY: Kenya 7s Ranked As Top Seeds For Final Round Of African 2016 Olympic Qualifiers

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The Kenya 7s team have been given top seed ranking for the final round of the men’s Rugby Sevens African 2016 Olympic Games qualifiers which will be played in Johannesburg, South Africa, on the weekend of November 14/15.

A total of 12 teams will take part in the qualifiers with the winner booking Africa’s sole berth to the 2016 Olympic games which will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Teams that will finish in positions 2, 3 and 4 will still get a chance to feature at the games as they will participate in a 16-team repechage tournament which will see the winner booking a to the event.

The repechage tournament will feature two teams from South America (Uruguay and Chile), four teams from Europe (Spain, Russia, Germany and Ireland), two teams from North America (Mexico and Canada), three teams from Asia (To Be Confirmed), and two teams from Oceania.

The repechage tournament dates will be determined once each continent has concluded its qualifying tournaments. The teams taking part in the African qualifiers are Kenya, Zimbabwe, Tunisia, Namibia, Uganda, Madagascar,Senegal, Zambia, Morocco, Mauritius, Nigeria and Botswana.

Already 8 teams have qualified with for Olympic games with only four remaining to be filled.

The qualified teams are hosts Brazil, teams that finished in the first four positions during the 2014-15 IRB Rugby Sevens tournament (Fiji, South African, New Zealand and Great Britain), South American Champions (Argentina), European Champions (France) and North American Champions (USA).

The slots waiting to be filled are of those Africa, Asia, Oceania and winner of the repechage tournament.

Additional information by Kenyarfu.com