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SBD Global/December 7, 2012/International Football
Football Notes: FC Barcelona Academy To Train Footballers In India
Published December 7, 2012
OUT OF AFRICA: Rwanda's Ministry of Sports and Culture Permanent Secretary Edward Kalisa said that the country "is committed" in its bid to host the 2013 CECAFA Challenge Cup. Rwanda FA Chair Celestin Ntagungira said that Rwanda "would be able to announce the name of a Challenge Cup sponsor within two weeks of being chosen as hosts" (NEW TIMES, 12/6). ... Ghana joins the few African countries devoted to women's football with the launch of its first National Women's League. The 12-club league, organized by the Women's League Board of the Ghana FA, will kick off on Dec. 16. The clubs have been divided into a Southern and Northern zone, with six teams each (Confederation of African Football).