The world football governing body, FIFA, plans to open East Africa coordination office in Addis Ababa as promised by President Gianni Infantino in March, 2017 during CAF General Assembly. Soccer Ethiopia has learnt that FIFA will be sending a representative to the country at the wee hours of Friday morning to assess locations for office space. Ethiopian Football Federation officials have been reportedly working to secure a place for the office.
The Ethiopia Football Federation (EFF) has postponed elections scheduled for 13 January until 3 March. The decision came after world governing body Fifa wrote to the EFF to advise the delay - the third in three months. Last month, the EFF's Electoral Committee chairperson, Zerihun Mekonnen, claimed that Fifa's electoral code had been violated with regard to the screening of both candidates and Electoral Committee members.
On 13 January five men vie to become the next president of the Ethiopian Football Federation (EFF). Despite it's place as one of the founding members of the Confederation of African Football (Caf) and former Africa Cup of Nations winners Ethiopian football has struggled in recent years. The five men hoping to change that are incumbent Juneidin Basha, former president Dr Ashebir Woldegiorgis, Teka Assefaw, Dagim Melashen and Esayas Jira.
Fasil players barely troubled the visitors and Odongkara was not busy as Fasil's Malian custodian Mikeal Samaki. St. George midfielders successfully hindered Fasil players from deploying their usual tactics. So ምን ለማለት ነው ዛሬ ከተራ ነው መልካም በዓል 😉
Seating at መገናኛ and laughing so hard 😂😂😂. Robert Odongkara is a top class goalie. No argument on that but he didn't put up a man of the match performance. I found the story to be misleading. Rather Behailu Assefa (Tusa) put up a MOTM performance. https://twitter.com/kawowosports/status/954027353419714560
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