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Friendly Football Match between Northern Bahr El Ghazal and Unity States

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Friendly Football Match between Northern Bahr El Ghazal and Unity States

August 18, 2012
Aweil freedom Square
4:45 pm.
Referee: Kuacjok’s Coaches

Reference to South Sudan Football Association Quarterfinal competition, Northern Bahr El Ghazal state will host the first ever football match between Aweil Meriekh Club and Bentiu Nahda club on Saturday, August 18, 2012 in Aweil Freedom Square football field. This match will be followed by another competition between the same teams on Saturday, August 25, 2012 in Bentiu Downtown. The Football Match is highly expected not only by excited supporters of the two clubs but also by youth and sports institutions of entire Republic of South Sudan in engaging youths in productive sport activities. The match will be organized around the theme "A Goal for Peace". The government of Northern Bahr el Ghazal Ministry of Culture, Youth & Sports, supports it.

As thousands of men and Women around Northern Bahr El Ghazal and Unity States are preparing to watch the Football match on the above mentioned dates, our coaching staff are set to provide a fair judgment among the two teams. This group of top coaches from Kuacjok and Rumbek will work with the teams throughout the competition where the winner for South Sudan Semi-final Cup for 2012 will be selected to play in Juba on Saturday September 5, 2012.

It’s worth mentioning that Aweil Meriekh Club defeated Grassco Kuacjok twice in Aweil and Kuacjok on July 28th, and August 4th, respectively.

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  • 20 August 2012 10:05, by Ruach

    That is a good competition.I hope the didn’t resist the Bentiu Footballers.They were beaten at home in Aweil and will be technically beaten at Bentiu the very home soil enriching every one in other regions

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    • 27 August 2012 13:25, by Mike Mike

      Ruach,I dont think that your Bentiu state has got best players to beat Aweil in their homeland and Bentiu.Yr pple were beaten-ed and we have high expectation in our players to again beat yr team in Bentiu.We are in worries of the lives of our players to be at risky at the hands of yr community.We hopefully to deserves respect on our players though they beat you, dont resort to fight them at all.

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  • 26 August 2012 16:25, by Nubian King

    Reading such news is really pleasing to the eye, ear, mind and the entire body. But things like who killed who disgust a lot. I liked and have already fallen in love with the theme of the competition "GOAL FOR PEACE"
    I hope this theme will be materialized to the utmost distance.

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