Archive | October, 2011

Match Report: Gymkhana smash Botswana Meat Commission FC

27 Oct
Mario Balotelli

Mario Balotelli reveals his 'Why Always Me?' T-shirt at Old Trafford during Manchester City's 6-1 mauling of Manchester United.

Gymkhana inflicted Botswana Meat Commission FC’s worst ever defeat as they thrashed the steak lovers 10-0 in ruthless fashion to go one point clear at the top of the ZFC Premier League.

And Munawarali Najafi’s men could not have delivered a more emphatic statement as Sajjad Najarali’s side were humiliated.

Gymkhana led just 1-0 at half-time, but the second half was completely one-sided and the eventual margin of victory could have been even more convincing.

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Week 4: Results

27 Oct

Pharoahs 3 – 3 Banana Bafana

Gymkhana 10 – 0 Botswana Meat Commission FC

Mozambique Stars 2 – 0 Taifa Stars

Kaizer Chiefs 2 – 4 Sand Eagles

Botswana Meat Commission protesters affect Zanzibar FC fixtures

17 Oct
Botswana Flag

The Batswana have boneless chilled vacuum packed matured beef... but where does the money end up?

By a concerned Batswana.

Much has been made of the Occupy Toronto protests that continue to take place in St. James Park when Newcastle is not playing, but the media has not given equal coverage to the much more important protests which took over East York on Saturday night.

While many of you are aware of the complaints against bankers who supposedly make 99% of the world’s money, it is less common to find people educated in the fact that 99% of the world’s prime cut steaks are stolen from the country they come from.

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Special Announcement: Jerseys, Sunflower Seeds & Penalties

17 Oct
Public Service Announcement

Zanzibar FC Public Service Announcement

A special announcement by the Zanzibar FC commissioner, Mehboob Alidina.


Every player who signed up for Zanzibar FC has been provided a jersey. Please wear it. Don’t wear a similar coloured jersey of your favourite Premier League, Serie A or La Liga team.

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Poll Results: Who will win the league?

17 Oct
Pep Guardiola

Barcelona's coach Pep Guardiola kisses the trophy following their Champions League final victory over Manchester United at Wembley Stadium, London, Saturday, May 28, 2011.

The Zanzibar FC fans have spoken. The results of the poll are in.

We asked “Who will will the league?”

Do the Zanzibar FC fans know what they’re talking about? We’ll find out at the end of the season.

See the results here.

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Week 3: Results

16 Oct

Taifa Stars 3 – 0 Pharoahs

Mozambique Stars 0 – 1 Bafana Bafana

Botswana Meat Commission FC 1 – 1 Sand Eagles

Gymkhana 3 – 0 Kaizer Chiefs

Pharoahs player becomes overnight pop sensation

15 Oct
Nicolas Anelka

Nicolas Anelka's reaction after hearing YouTube hit "His name is Suheil"

Pharoahs midefielder, Suheil Dhirani, has become an overnight sensation after an obsessed fan known only as Mee dedicated what can only loosely be described as a music video to him.

The video “His name is Suheil” uploaded to YouTube earlier in the week after Dhirani’s outstanding performance in Pharoahs goalless draw against Sand Eagles has already had over 3 million views.

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Football burns more fat than jogging

15 Oct
Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney should try more running and less kicking.

Recommended by Mehboob Alidina.

A new scientific experiment shows that football is better for your health than jogging. Researchers believe that football can be used to actively fight obesity. football is not just a game of fun. The research shows that a game of football two to three times a week is profoundly health-improving. As a matter of fact, the beneficial effects are so massive that it beats jogging.

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Week 2: Results

11 Oct

Taifa Stars 0 – 0 Kaizer Chiefs

Pharoas 0 – 0 Sand Eagles

Bafana Bafana 3 – 2 Gymkhana

Mozambique Stars 1 – 1 Botswana Meat Commission FC

Mazaher Ismail fines himself over penalty-kick row

7 Oct
Jose Mourinho

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho will be banned for two matches for jabbing his finger into the eye of Barcelona's assistant coach.

Ismail angered several of his senior pros by fining rookie midfielder Hisham Ali for missing a spot-kick.

The youngster fluffed his injury time penalty during Taifa Stars’ defeat to Gymkhana.

And Ismail hit Ali with a $50 fine because Tahir Jaffer is the designated taker. understands, however, that although Ismail had told Jaffer that he was on penalty duty, he had not told any of his other players.

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