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Tuesday, 13 November, 2007, 20:4 ( 18:4 GMT )
Own Goal Gives Benghazi's Al Ahli the points
An own goal scored on 76 minutes by Khaled Hashem gave Al-Ahli of Benghazi a 1-0 away victory at Al-Sukour but did not do much to boost their confidence in what promises to be a difficult season for them.
Libya Takes on 21 Other Nations in Pan Arab Games
FOR the next two weeks, starting tomorrow November 11, until the 25th, Libya will join 21 other countries to take part in the 11th Pan Arab Games, one of the most important regional multi-sport event held between nations from the Arab world, which is being hosted by Egypt.
Etoile Sahel Are the New Champions of Africa
In a dramatic finish to the CAF Champions League second leg final at Cairo’s International Stadium, Etoile du Sahel of Tunisia upset previous champions Al Ahli of Egypt on their own soil with a 3-1 win to become only the third Tunisian side to left the trophy and become Champions League of Africa.
Unlucky Namouchi to Miss African Nations Cup
TUNISIAN national football team midfielder Hamed Namou-chi will miss the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations finals in Ghana (January 20 – February 10) after rupturing his knee ligaments.
All Square for Al-Madina and Al-Ouroba
In the only Libyan football league match played Friday, Al-Madina and Al-Ouroba figured in a 2-2 draw, so none of them took any advantage over the other in the standings as they share the same position with eight points from six matches.
AL-Ittihad eliminated from Arab Champions League
After their great run in the CAF Champions League,much more was expected of Libyan Champions Al-Ittihad in the Arab Champions League. They eliminated in the Round of 16 by Syria’s Al-Majd who beat them 2-0 in the return tie Tuesday. Al-Majd qualify on a 3-1 aggregate score.
Tripoli's Al-Ahli Lose First Points in Draw
Tripoli Al-Ahli’s supporters suffered their first real disappointment in the Libyan football league when their team could only manage a 1-1 draw away to Al-Nasser, and therefore, in their sixth outing dropped their first points of the season and halted their one hundred percent record.
Al Tahadi Sixth Successive Defeat Leaves them Anchored to Bottom
Al Tahaddi remain as the only team in the top division n Libyan football still searching for their first point after six successive defeats, the latest one Monday at the hands of Al Sukour who beat them 1-0 with a Hatem Edres 40th minute goal. It leaves them anchored to the bottom of the standings.
Al Ahli Regain Sole Leadership After 94th Minute Winner
Al Ahli regained sole command of the Libyan national football league standings late Thursday, but it took them 94 minutes to beat off the challenge of Al-Olomby who should consider themselves unlucky to have suffered the decisive goal that left them pointless four minutes into stoppage time. Al Ahli won their fifth game of the campaign by 2-1.
Rugby Fever Extends to the Oil Industry
FOLLOWING South Africa’s triumph in the IRB World Cup Championships a week ago, employees at the Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOC) have decided to form their very own team with the intention of playing matches against local clubs and fellow oil companies.
Brazil Confirmed as 2014 FIFA World Cup Hosts
Brazil has been named by The Execituve Committee of the International Football Feder-ation, FIFA, has named Brazil as Host Nation for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Brazil was the only country bidding to host the tournament, which was due to be staged on the continent under FIFA's rotation system.
SA Striker Blames Mourinho For Poor Form
Blackburn Rovers' South African striker Benni McCarthy blames former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho for his slow start to a Premiership season in England in which he has suddenly hit top form again.
Al Ittihad Join Tripoli Rivals on Top of Standings
Libyan football's defending champions Al-Ittihad joined their main rivals from Tripoli AL-Ahli at the top of the football league standings after winning the game they had in hand away against al-Madina by 1-0.
Tripoli Al-Ahli Stroll on in League
The beginning of the week sees Tripoli’s Al-Ahli leading the national football league standings from defending champions Al-Ittihad, but this might be just because they have played a game more, four to their cross-town rivals’ three. Both remain as the only teams to have registered a hundred per cent record so early in the season.
Egypt Al-Ahli Draw in Sousse to Achieve First Leg Target
Defending champions Al-Ahli of Egypt took a big step towards retaining the title of CAF Champions League Champions after holding hosts Sahel Etoile of Tunisia 0-0 in the first leg of the African Champions League final at Sousse. They now start firm favourites to win a record third consecutive title.
 
 
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AL Ittihad Bow Out With an Own Goal as Al Ahli Qualify to Third Consecutive Final
CAF Champions League champions Al Ahli of Egypt are celebrating their third successive qualification to the final of the competition where they will meet Etoile Sahel of Tunisia after they were made to sweat to get through by beating Libya’s Al-Ittihad by an auto-goal, 1-0. (Al Ahli pictured in the first leg semi-final tie against Al Ittihad - photo Yousef Al Ajeili)
 
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