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CAF Confederation Cup 2006

The Confederation Cup is a competition for the National Cup Winner in each country.

The 12 countries with the best results in the clubs competitions in the previous five years are also allowed to enter a second team, normally the third-placed finisher in the national league championship (the league runner-up qualifies for the more lucrative Champions League).

Both competitions, the Champions League and the Confederation Cup, start with a maximum of 64 teams. The eight teams who are knocked out from the Last 16 stage of the Champions League are then integrated into the Confederation Cup and play, in a direct elimination round after a drawing of lots, against the last eight in the Confederation Cup. The eight remaining teams are then divided into two groups of four with the group winners going directly to the final.

All ties are played through two legs - home & away.

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Final Group Round

Group A

Round 1
12 Aug: InterClube 1-3 Petro Atlético
12 Aug: ASFAR Rabat 2-1 Olympique Khourigba

Round 2
26 Aug: Petro Atlético 1-1 ASFAR Rabat
26 Aug: Olympique Khourigba 1-0 InterClube

Round 3
9 Sep: ASFAR Rabat 2-0 InterClube
10 Sep: Olympique Khourigba 1-0 Petro Atlético

Table
1 ASFAR Rabat (Morocco) ............3G 2W 1D 0L 5-2 7P
2 Olympique Khourigba (Morocco) ...3G 2W 0D 1L 3-2 6P
3 Petro Atlético (Angola) ...............3G 1W 1D 1L 4-3 4P
4 InterClube (Angola) ..................3G 0W 0D 3L 1-6 0P

Next Round:
22/24 Sep: InterClube vs ASFAR Rabat
22/24 Sep: Petro Atlético vs Olympique Khourigba

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Group B

Round 1
12 Aug: Étoile Sahel 1-0 Espérance
13 Aug: St Eloi Lupopo 5-1 Renaicemento

Round 2
26 Aug: Espérance 1-0 St Eloi Lupopo
27 Aug: Renaicemento 0-2 Étoile Sahel

Round 3
9 Sep: Étoile Sahel 4-1 St Eloi Lupopo
10 Sep: Espérance 5-0 Renaicemento

Table
1 Étoile Sahel (Tunisia) ..................3G 3W 0D 0L 7-1 9P
2 Espérance (Tunisia) ...................3G 2W 0D 1L 6-1 6P
3 FC St Eloi Lupopo (DR Congo) .......3G 1W 0D 2L 6-6 3P
4 Renaicemento (Equatorial Guinea) ...3G 0W 0D 3L 1-12 0P

Next Round:
22/24 Sep: St Eloi Lupopo vs Étoile Sahel
22/24 Sep: Renaicemento vs Espérance

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Espérance keep up pressure on Tunisian compatriots
Reuters in Johannesburg
10.09.2006


Tunisia's Espérance inflicted a crushing 5-0 defeat on Renaicemento of Equatorial Guinea in the African Confederation Cup on Sunday to keep up pressure on compatriots Etoile Sahel at the head of the Group B standings.

Nigeria import Mike Eneramo scored twice as Espérance won a second successive home game in the group in Tunis.

The visiting team played for almost an hour with 10 men after the 38th-minute sending-off of defender Guillobert.

Renaicemento have now lost all three group matches, conceding 12 goals in the process.

Etoile Sahel kept up their 100 percent record with a 4-1 win over FC St Eloi Lupopo of the Democratic Republic of Congo in Sousse on Saturday which included two goals from another Nigerian import, Emeka Opara.

Moroccan clubs beat their Angolan opponents to take charge of Group A at the weekend.

Royal Armed Forces are the leaders after a 2-0 win over InterClube in Rabat on Saturday, one point ahead of Olympique Khouribga who beat Petro Atlético 1-0 on Sunday.

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Looks like its gonna be a Moroccan - Tunisian final.
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Looks like its gonna be a Moroccan - Tunisian final.
At this stage it looks likely but there are still quite a few matches to go and I have the feeling that at least Petro Atlético from Angola will manage to qualify in group A.

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Etoile Sahel's winning streak threatened
by Mark Gleeson in Johannesburg
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21.09.2006


Tunisia's Etoile Sahel's unbeaten record in the group phase of the African Confederation Cup will be tested in Kinshasa on Saturday when they meet FC St Eloi Lupopo of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Etoile Sahel, runners-up in the last two editions of the African Champions League, have won their first three matches to open up a three point lead over compatriots Esperance in Group B.

They travel to Congo without their injured Brazilian striker Dos Santos but have been boosted by the decision of the Confederation of African Football this month to ban Lupopo's home ground in Lubumbashi because of the kidnapping of a visiting club official earlier in the year.

Lupopo will encounter as much hostility as the Tunisians in Kinshasa because of the traditional domestic rivalries.

Esperance can keep up the pressure on Etoile Sahel if they win away in Malabo on Sunday against Renacimiento of Equatorial Guinea, who have lost all three of their previous encounter and conceded 13 goals in the process.

Aymen Ltifi, the top goal scorer in the Tunisian league last season, returns to the Esperance traveling squad after injury.

Holders Royal Armed Forces of Morocco lead in Group A by a single point from compatriots Olympique Khourigba.

Both Moroccans side play in Luanda at the weekend against Angolan opposition.

Khouribga face a difficult tie on Saturday against Petro Atlético, who must win to keep up their chance of finishing top of the standings and progressing to the final in November.

The army team are up against InterClube, who have lost all three of their encounters in the group, and fired Portuguese coach Romeu Silva last week.

His replacement, former Penafiel coach Manuel Fernandes is expected to arrive from Portugal before the game on Sunday.

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I wish him all the best in Angola!

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Etoile Sahel set for African Confederation Cup final

by Andrew Thompson in Cairo
September 25, 2006
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Etoile Sahel of Tunisia virtually sealed a place in the African Confederation Cup at the weekend.

The 'Red Devils' from the Mediterranean town of Sousse edged Saint-Eloi Lupopo of the Democratic Republic of Congo 1-0 in Kinshasa thanks to a 65th-minute goal from Saber Frej on Saturday.

And when compatriots and closest challengers Esperance were surprisingly held 1-1 at Renacimiento of Equatorial Guinea the following day, Etoile had a five-point lead at the top of Group B with two rounds left.

Etoile are away to Esperance in the penultimate series of group matches in mid-October and even if the leaders lose, they know victory at home to suspect travellers Renacimiento will clinch first place.

It was the second time in four Confederation Cup outings that Frej proved the Etoile hero as he converted the penalty that sank Esperance in the first series of pool games.

Lupopo had to play in Kinshasa, 2,000 kilometres from their Lubumbashi base, after a Nigerian official accused of being a witchdoctor was kidnapped by supporters before an African tie in the south-east DR Congo city last May.

And with no love lost between football clubs from Kinshasa and Lubumbashi, Lupopo received a cool reception as they sought the victory that would have kept alive hopes of catching Etoile.

After a five-goal mauling from Esperance in Tunisia two weeks ago, surprise packets Renacimiento took an 18th-minute lead through McDonald Nzanga only for Ali Zitouni to level midway through the opening half in Malabo.

It was the first point for Renacimiento, the first club from the oil-rich former Spanish colony to reach the group phase of a competition modelled on the European UEFA Cup.

Title holders FAR Rabat of Morocco stretched their lead over compatriots Olympic Khouribga to three points in Group A with a 2-0 triumph over lowly InterClube in Angola.

Ahmed Ajeddou gave the Moroccan military outift the lead midway through the first half at the dilapidated Citadela Stadium in Luanda and Jawad Ouadouch added a second goal before half-time.

FAR, who triumphed by the same score when they hosted the Angolan police side two weeks ago, have 10 points after four rounds as they seek a third African title having also won the 1985 African Champions Cup.

Khouribga kept in contention by holding Petro Atlético in another match in the Angolan capital where David Magalhães gave the Luanda club a 64th-minute and Mohamed Wisgard equalised five minutes later.

Olympic have home advantage over FAR in mid-October before flying south again to play InterClube while the defending champions complete their six-match programme at home to Petro.

The two-leg final in November and December gives home advantage to the Group A winners first as the clubs chase a 400,000-dollar prize and the right to play the African Champions League winners for the Super Cup.

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Final Group Round

Group A

Round 4
23 Sep: Petro Atlético 1-1 Olympique Khourigba
24 Sep: InterClube 0-2 FAR Rabat

Table
1 FAR Rabat (Morocco) ...............4G 3W 1D 0L 7-2 10P
2 Olympique Khourigba (Morocco) ...4G 2W 1D 1L 4-3 7P
3 Petro Atlético (Angola) ...............4G 1W 2D 1L 5-4 5P
4 InterClube (Angola) ..................4G 0W 0D 4L 1-8 0P

Next Round:
13/15 Oct: Petro Atlético v InterClube
13/15 Oct: Olympique Khourigba v FAR Rabat

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Group B

Round 4
23 Sep: St Eloi Lupopo 0-1 Étoile Sahel
24 Sep: Renacimiento 1-1 Espérance

Table
1 Étoile Sahel (Tunisia) ..................4G 4W 0D 0L 8-1 12P
2 Espérance (Tunisia) ...................4G 2W 1D 1L 7-2 07P
3 FC St Eloi Lupopo (DR Congo) .......4G 1W 0D 3L 6-7 03P
4 Renacimiento (Equatorial Guinea) ...4G 0W 1D 3L 2-13 01P

Next Round:
13/15 Oct: Espérance v Étoile Sahel
13/15 Oct: Renacimiento v St Eloi Lupopo

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Looks like its going to be the holders FAR Rabat vs Etoile Sahel in the finals. Looks like the cup will stay in North Africa another year. Kind of surprised to see OC Khouribga 2nd in their group, then again, the other teams arent really heavyweights either.

PS. I'd like to see a draw held after every round in this tournament. It kind sucks to see big clubs knocking each other out in the knockout stages and then having teams like Renacimiento and InterClube in the group stages. I mean instead of having RAJA-Esperence in the round before this, they should have made another draw and ranked all the teams. I know this tournament is meant for smaller nations to get up ther (like the UEFA Cup) but thats just 2 my cents!
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Etoile Sahel reach African Confederation Cup final
Reuters in Tunis
14.10.2006


Two goals from Mohamed Ali Nafkha earned Etoile Sahel a place in next month's African Confederation Cup final as they made sure of top place in the group with a 3-1 win at closest rivals Esperance on Friday.

International striker Yassine Chikhaoui got the other goals in an empathic win in the all-Tunisian clash which kept up Etoile's 100 percent record in the group phase of the competition.

Etoile had gone into the game needing just one point from their last two Group B matches while Esperance had to win to keep alive their hopes.

It was the first match in charge of Esperance's new French coach Jacky Dugueperoux but although Seifallah Mahjoubi equalised in the 19th minute soon after Nafkha had opened the scoring, his hopes of a winning debut crumbled after the hour with Nafkha's second goal. Chikhaoui added the third in the 81st minute.

Etoile have qualified for their third successive continental club competition final, but lost in the last two African Champions League deciders.

Morocco's Royal Armed Forces could secure the other place in the final of the continental club competition if they beat compatriots Olympique Khouribga on Sunday.

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OCK 2-0 FAR Rabat
Petro 4-1 Inter clube

now ock and far rabat are 10 pts and petro is 8 pts
it is a very hot war in group 1
on 28 oct
FAR Rabat played with petro in rabat and OCK with interclube in Luanda
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Final Group Round

Group A

Round 5
14 Oct: Petro Atlético 4-1 InterClube
14 Oct: Olympique Khourigba 2-0 FAR Rabat

Table
1 FAR Rabat (Morocco) ...............5G 3W 1D 1L 7-4 10P
2 Olympique Khourigba (Morocco) ...5G 3W 1D 1L 6-3 10P
3 Petro Atlético (Angola) ...............5G 2W 2D 1L 9-5 8P
4 InterClube (Angola) ..................5G 0W 0D 5L 2-12 0P

Next Round:
28 Oct: FAR Rabat v Petro Atlético
28 Oct: InterClube v Olympique Khourigba

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Group B

Round 5
13 Oct: Espérance 1-3 Étoile Sahel
15 Oct: Renacimiento 3-0 St Eloi Lupopo

Table
1 Étoile Sahel (Tunisia) ................5G 5W 0D 0L 11-2 15P
2 Espérance (Tunisia) ..................5G 2W 1D 2L 8-5 7P
3 Renacimiento (Equatorial Guinea) ....5G 1W 1D 3L 5-13 4P
4 FC St Eloi Lupopo (DR Congo) .........5G 1W 0D 4L 6-10 3P


Next Round:
29 Oct: St Eloi Lupopo v Espérance
29 Oct: Étoile Sahel v Renacimiento

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In case of equality of points after all the group matches have been played, the
classification of the teams shall be established according to the following criteria:
a- Greater number of points obtained in the matches between the concerned
teams.
b- Goal difference resulting from the matches between the concerned teams.
c- Greater number of goals scored away from home in matches between the
concerned teams.
d- Superior goal difference from all the matches played in the group.
e- Greater number of goals scored in all the matches played in the group.


these words from the regulations of the comptation (page 8 - article 4)
so if both FAR and OCK win, OCK will qualify because they beat FAR 2-0 in Khourigba and lost 1-2 in Rabat
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Holders Royal Armed Forces advance to final in Africa
Reuters in Johannesburg
29.10.2006


Morocco's Royal Armed Forces booked a berth in the final of the African Confederation Cup with a 2-1 win over Petro Atlético of Angola on Saturday.

The army club finished three points ahead of their compatriots Olympique Khourigba in the Group A standings and will meet Etoile Sahel of Tunisia in next month's final.

Royal Armed Forces, seeking a successful defence of the title they won last year, took a 22nd minute lead through Jaouad Ouaddouch and then made sure of their triumph with a goal midway through the second half from captain Mounir Benkassou.

Petro, who had to garner an away win to stand any chance of taking top place in the standings, scored a consolation goal in the 79th minute through Angolan international Chinho.

Khourigba would have secured top place in the Group A had they won but were beaten 1-0 by InterClube of Angola in Luanda, also on Saturday.

Pedro scored the only goal for the Angolan police team, who secured their first points of the group campaign but still finished bottom of the standings. The goal was scored in the 79th minute.

In Group B, Etoile Sahel completed a 100 percent passage through the group phase by beating Renacimiento of Equatorial Guinea 4-1 in Sousse, including two goals for Cape Verdian import Gilson.

Etoile had already secured their final berth after the completion of the penultimate round of the league phase a fortnight ago.

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Final Group Round

Group A

Round 6
28 Oct: FAR Rabat 2-1 Petro Atlético
28 Oct: InterClube 1-0 Olympique Khourigba

Final Table
1 FAR Rabat (Morocco) ...............6G 4W 1D 1L 9-5 13P
2 Olympique Khourigba (Morocco) ...6G 3W 1D 2L 6-4 10P
3 Petro Atlético (Angola) ...............6G 2W 2D 2L 10-7 8P
4 InterClube (Angola) ..................6G 1W 0D 5L 3-12 3P


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Group B

Round 6
29 Oct: St Eloi Lupopo 2-2 Espérance
29 Oct: Étoile Sahel 4-1 Renacimiento

Final Table
1 Étoile Sahel (Tunisia) ................6G 6W 0D 0L 15-3 18P
2 Espérance (Tunisia) ..................6G 2W 2D 2L 10-7 8P
3 FC St Eloi Lupopo (DR Congo) .......6G 1W 1D 4L 8-12 4P
4 Renacimiento (Equatorial Guinea) ....6G 1W 1D 4L 6-17 4P

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2006 African Confederation Cup

FINAL

First leg
Saturday, Nov. 18
Rabat (Moroco)
FAR Rabat (Morocco) v Etoile Sahel (Tunisia) (1600 GMT)

Second leg
Saturday, Dec. 2
Sousse (Tunisia)
Etoile Sahel v FAR Rabat (1600 GMT).

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FAR Rabat prepare to defend crown
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Tunisia's Etoile du Sahel chase their fifth African title in 12 years when they take on Royal Armed Forces in the Moroccan capital Rabat on Saturday.

The Sousse-based side, who have won now-defunct competitions like the Cup Winners Cup and Caf Cup, are bidding to win their maiden Confederation Cup title.

Yet Etoile must arrest a slide which has seen them lose two successive Champions League finals - to Ahly of Egypt last year and to Nigeria's Enyimba in 2004.

The first match of the two-legged will be played in Rabat's Moulay Abdellah Stadium, with the second leg taking place in Sousse on 2 December.

Defending champions Royal Armed Forces will hope they can emulate Ahly of Egypt, who retained their Champions League title last weekend.

Yet Henri Stambouli's side did not reach the final in the same convincing fashion their opponents did.

Etoile won all six of their Group B matches, racking up 15 goals and conceding only three in that time.

Meanwhile, Royal Armed Forces, who beat Nigeria's Dolphin 3-1 last year, somewhat stumbled their way to the final.

The military club beat Angola's Petro Atletico 2-1 in their final Group A tie to qualify but the victory would have been irrelevant had compatriots Olympique Khouribga won their last match.

Royal Armed Forces must not only become the first Moroccan team to beat Etoile since 1996, but also stop forward Emeka Opara.

The Nigerian has scored eight goals this season, the highest total along with Petro Atletico's Alberto Mateus, and he can move clear if he nets in the final.

Jawad Ouadouch, among the goals when Morocco mauled Gabon 6-0 midweek, is the hosts' top marksman with four goals followed by captain Mounir Benkassou, who has three.

Both finalists are in good domestic form with Etoile leading the Tunisian championship by one point while Royal Armed Forces share top spot in Morocco with two other sides.

Etoile and Royal Armed Forces have met in an African final once before, when the Tunisians won the Cup Winners Cup 2-1 on aggregate in 1997.

Etoile, who have won all eight of their fixtures in the Confederation Cup, are contesting their ninth African final in 12 years.

The Confederation Cup, which offers US$400,000 to the winners, began in 2004, with Ghana's Hearts of Oak winning the inaugural title.

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Half-time

FAR Rabat 0-1 Etoile SS

Gilson Silva 34'

Not an attractive game to watch, typical north african derby.

FAR almost levelled from a corner-kick in the dying seconds of the half, but Etoile made a goal-line clearance.

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lol hossam lol...i think your the coolest bro one of the few ppl i like in this world

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Juventus were relegated to Serie B along with their reputation.
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1-1 it ends in Rabat.

Saber Ben Faraj own goal 73'

Etoile were reduced to 10 men on the 70th minute mark after defender Magdy Ben Mohamed was shown his second booking, FAR equalized 3 minutes later.

Both teams had a glorious chance each to win, with FAR hitting the upright from a free kick and Yassin El Shikhawy wasting an absolute sitter on 92 minutes.

P.S. The atmosphere was terrific , same can't be said for that dire match.

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I hope FAR win it, though the first leg score is not promising.

But you never know, they might pull an AboTreika
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I wonder if Etoile will learn from Sfax's experience and come out attacking in 2 weeks time instead of sitting back and trying to hold on to their lead. In any case, it should make for an interesting final!
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