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CAF to discuss the creation of the Women’s Champions League in its June 30th Meeting Agenda.

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) will hold a meeting on June 30, 2020 to discuss on matters affecting football on the continent, with the creation of the Women’s Champions League as part of the meeting agenda.

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The creation of an inter club competition in the women’s category, is welcome by many as it will help to boost competition levels within clubs and players.

This move is inline with the recent released strategy which consisted of five pillars,  among which is that of competitions whose implementation involves the introduction of continental club competition for women in order to strengthen the domestic leagues and clubs.

As it stands,  female footballers on the continent have only their domestic leagues and cup competitions to play. Some have tasted regional tourneys. The creation of an interclub competition, will provide another avenue to test themselves, become more competitive as they will henceforth face foreign competitors at club level.

As for the African Women’s nations cup,  the One African body will deliberate on whether the competition will go ahead as planned or be postponed to a later date due to the abnormalities created by the coronavirus pandemic.

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No host have been identified since Congo withdrew.

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Panthère du Nde: Ready for the next season

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While the official start date of the Cameroon football championship 2020/2021 season is awaited, the Panthère Sportive du Nde has already scheduled its return to the field this July.

The announcement was made by President Jules François Famawa on equinox radio. He also took the opportunity to draw up the chronogram of the pre-season of his Club.

”Despite the time out, the players are still the responsibility of the club. The first regrouping for start-up is planned in Yaoundé for this month of July for a period of two weeks. This will be coupled with the pre-selection of new players with the friendly matches that will be organized everywhere: Panthère intends to go to Garoua in August, She will play a friendly match in Bafoussam by July 25 against UMS or Unisport. In September we will definitively finalize the list of players who will start the championship scheduled probably in October. Panther this year will be called:

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“ Panthère New Look.”

The Panthère du Nde finished the previous season in the 16th place and hopes to do better during the next season which will start in a few months.

Source : mysoccer24.com

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Football: Henri Bedimo embarks on a new coaching job

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Henri Bedimo is not done with football. After announcing his retirement on June 16, 2020, the left back is back in football.

“Very proud to be admitted to the BEF (Football Coaching Certificate) Occitania Football League formation. A new adventure begins”.

It is in these terms that the native of Douala via his Facebook account announced his new beginnings in the coaching world.

Bedimo (36) was admitted to the Football Coaching Certificate training in the Occitania Football League. He therefore integrates the training centre for coaches located in the city of Castelmaurou in the department of Haute-Garonne in France.

In the days to come, the new “ex Indomitable Lion” wishes to share his know-how with the upcoming generations.

A look at his professional background as a player:
Years :             Clubs                                     (Goals.)

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2003-2006: Toulouse FC 27                      (0)

2006-2007: Le Havre AC 25                     (0)

2007-2010: LB Châteauroux 83              (4)

2010-2011: RC Lens 56                              (1)

2011-2013: Montpellier HSC 83               (1)

2013-2016: Lyon Olympics 103               (1)

2016-2018: Olympics of  Marseille 23    (0)

 

 

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Eto’o and Drogba: The only two African Footballers to make the top 25 Highest Goalscorers List For Both Club and Country in the Last 2 Decades.

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Former Cameroon international goal accountant Samuel Eto’o and the Ivorian goal wizard Didier Drogba are the two African Footballers to make the top 25 highest Goalscorers list for both club and Country in the last two decades.

This list consist of footballers who played football from the year 2000 to 2020.

Samuel Eto’o tops the list from an African perspective; as he occupies position number seven in the overall standings with  408 goals in 805 appearances (0.5 goal per game) while the Ivorian wizard Didier Drogba occupies position number 13 with 352 goals in 750 appearances ( 0.45 per game).

It should be noted that, Portugal’s Christiano Ronaldo top the overall standings with 728 goals in 1005 appearances ( 0.73 per game).

Complete list of Top 25 Highest Goalscorers for both club and Country in the last two decades. 

1. Christiano Ronaldo (0.73 goal per game) 728 goals in 1005 appearances.

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2. Lionel Messi (0.81 goal per game) 700 goals in 862appearances.

3. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (0.66 per game) 521 goals in 860 appearances.

4. Robert Lewandoski ( 0.66 per game) 466 goals in 698appearances.

5. Luiz Suarez (0.64 per game) 495 goals in 715 appearances.

6. Sergio Aguero (0.57 per game) 414goals in 733 appearances.

7. Samuel Eto’o (0.5 goal per game) 408 goals in 805appearances.

8. Klass-Jan Hunterlaar ( 0.56 goals per game) 399 goals in 714 appearances.

9. Edinson Cavani (0.58 goal per game) 389 goals in 668 appearances.

10. David Villa (0.52 goal per game)  386 goals in 740 appearances.

11. Thierry Henry ( 0.52 goal per game ) 369 goals in 716 appearances.

12. Wayne Rooney ( 0.42 goal per game) 364 goals in 864appearances.

13. Didier (0.47 goal per game) 352 goals in 750 appearances.

14. Robbie Keane (0.45 goal per game) 340 goals in 743 appearances.

15. Mario Gomez (0.51 goal per game) 336 goals in 665appearances.

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16. Karim Benzema ( 0.45 goal per game) 336 goals in 735 appearances.

17. Gonzalo Higuiain (0.48 goal per game) 336 goals in 769 appearances.

18. Edin Dzeko (0.48 goal per game) 334 goals in 697 appearances.

19. Miroslav Klose (0.42 goal per game) 324goals in 767appearances.

20. Robin Van Persie (0.46 goal per game) 322 goals in 694appearances.

21. Falcao ( 0.56 goal per game) 313 goals in 564 appearances.

22. Hulk (0.51 goal per game) 307 goals in 601appearances

23. Neymar (0.61 goal per game) 305 goals 501appearances.

24. Raul (0.4 goal per game) 298goals in 738appearances.

25. Dirk Kuyt (0.35 goal per game).

It should be noted that, this are the players with the most goals in football for both club and Country since the year 2000, 10 have retired while 15 are still playing.

 

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