Simba Destroy Yanga

Simba Destroy Yanga 1

Simba SC mauled traditional arch-rivals Yanga 4-1 at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam on Sunday to romp into the FA Cup finals in a tie that saw regulars Meddie Kagere and Hassan Dilunga benched. Wekundu wa Msimbazi went ahead in the 21st minute after Brazilian midfielder Fraga combined well with John Bocco to weave through the Yanga defence. Bocco teased Yanga defenders, sending them off the balance before cutting the ball back to Chama, the Zambian import setting up Fraga to fire past Farouk Shikalo. Simba dominated the first…

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Man And Girlfriend Commit Suicide Upcountry Moments After Eloping From Nairobi

Man And Girlfriend Commit Suicide Upcountry Moments After Eloping From Nairobi 2

Two lovebirds have committed suicide in Matungulu, Machakos County only a few days after eloping from Nairobi. The bodies of 28-year-old Dennis Pius and his 19-year-old lover Susan Ndeto were discovered in Kaumoni village dangling from the roof of their house side by side. Sources said that the two had been residing together in Nairobi’s Kayole estate and had traveled to their rural home on Friday soon after President Uhuru Kenyatta eased the Covid-19 containment measures. Susan’s mother said she sensed all was not well after several of her calls…

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Gunners short of ammunition as Tottenham snatch north London Derby bragging rights

Gunners short of ammunition as Tottenham  snatch north London Derby bragging rights 3

Toby Alderweireld 81st-minute header secured maximum points for Tottenham Hotspur as the hosts fought back to beat North London rivals Arsenal in a hotly contested derby on Sunday. Tottenham put behind them a disappointing midweek encounter at Bournemouth on Thursday – where they were held to a barren draw – to give a much-improved display. At stake for both sides was pride and the derby day bragging rights which Spurs secured comfortably after the final whistle. The Gunners fired the first salvo when Alexandre Lacazette rifled past Hugo Lloris in…

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Bishop Who Allegedly Snatched A Congregant’s Wife Found Dumped In A Thicket With Ear Cut Off.

Bishop Who Allegedly Snatched A Congregant's Wife Found Dumped In A Thicket With Ear Cut Off. 4

A 62-year-old bishop has been found dead, some months after he got entangled in a love triangle story that went sour. Bishop Francis Mugweru’s mutilated body was discovered on Friday morning, abandoned in a thicket some 300 meters away from his home in Kiganjo. He served at Joy Springs Soul-winning Worship Centre in Juja, Kiambu County at the time he was killed. The late Mugweru was allegedly accosted by unknown men on Thursday whom police suspect might have had a hand in his death. His ear was chopped off, his…

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Wolves maul Toffees at Molineux to reclaim sixth

Wolves maul Toffees at Molineux to reclaim sixth 5

Wolves found their touch once again, running riot over Everton at Molineux on Sunday afternoon to reclaim sixth place from Sheffield United. Raul Jimenez slotted home a penalty at the stroke of half-time to hand Wolves a first-half lead for the first time since February. Leander Dendoncker then nodded in Pedro Neto’s free kick to make it two in the opening minute of the second period. It was substitute Diogo Jota who drove more nails into the Toffees coffin, latching on to Ruben Neves’ long pass which he neatly connected…

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Wazito President Badoer reveals the players he’ll be signing next transfer window

Wazito President Badoer reveals the players he'll be signing next transfer window 6

Wazito President Ricardo Badoer has revealed that the club will be going for young and fresh talent when the transfer window opens in order to boost their current squad. The club has reached a decision to take a different approach this transfer window, choosing instead to tap into emerging talent as opposed to roping in experience as it had done in the past. Ricardo has blamed the lackadaisical performance the team registered in the concluded season to an experienced side that showed little if no commitment at all. “Our plan…

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Blades Chop The Blues Into Pieces

Blades Chop The Blues Into Pieces 7

Sheffield United left Bramall Lane all smiles after tearing Chelsea to pieces in a Premier League match on Saturday evening. David McGoldrick struck his first Premier League goal to open the floodgates, pouncing on a rebound after Kepa Arrizabalaga had saved brilliantly from a deflected Oli McBurnie shot in the 18th minute. Chelsea’s defence was cluttered throughout the match and they got punished for it 15 minutes later when McBurnie found himself unmarked in the six-yard box to power home a simple header from Enda Stevens’ cross. McGoldrick sealed Chelsea’s…

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Burnley Put The Breaks On Liverpool’s Winning Streak

Burnley Put The Breaks On Liverpool's Winning Streak 8

Liverpool failed to uncork the champagne bottle at Anfield on Saturday after being held to a 1-1 draw by Burnley in a Premier League match. Andrew Robertson put Liverpool ahead on 34th minutes, after connecting Fabinho’s to beat Pope. Sadio Mane could have put the Reds two up at the stroke of halftime after being set up by Salah but Pope denied him a moment of celebration coming between him and goal with a superb block. Roberto Firmino squandered an opportunity to bag his first home Premier League goal this…

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World Cup Winner Jack Charlton Dies Aged 85

World Cup Winner Jack Charlton Dies Aged 85 9

Jack Charlton, who clinched the World Cup with England and managed the Republic of Ireland, has died aged 85. A central defender, Charlton featured 35 times for England, including all the six matches at the 1966 World Cup. Born in the Northumberland colliery village of Ashington on 8 May 1935, the eldest child of miner Bob and his wife Cissie, a cousin of Newcastle legend Jackie Milburn, he learned his football with Ashington YMCA and Ashington Welfare before joining the ground staff at Leeds in 1950. He made a record…

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Angry Residents Beat Up A Police Officer

Angry Residents Beat Up A Police Officer 10

Residents of Mombasa Old Town on Friday beat up and seriously injured a police officer who was arresting people not wearing face masks. The residents are said to have mistaken him for a civilian who was perhaps trying to solicit for bribes. Video shot at the scene showed a gruesome sight of the officer lying motionless in a pool of blood outside a local shop. His clothes were all soaked in mud and blood Police officers from Stapol Central visited the scene of the incident and identified the victim as…

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