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Ethiopian quartet target top honors at 2019 BMW BERLIN-MARATHON

Four world-class Ethiopian runners have set their sights on breaking the recent Kenyan dominance when the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON takes place on September 29: Guye Adola, who finished second in an unofficial world record debut two years ago in Berlin, as well as Leul Gebrselassie, Sisay Lemma and Birhanu Legese all possess the potential to win the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON.

Lesotho hold Walias to a goalless draw

Lesotho achieved just what new coach Thabo Senong had hoped for by holding Ethiopia to a goalless draw away in the first leg of their World Cup first round qualifier on Wednesday.

Horsemen appoint Serbian coach

Ethiopia's most successful football club Saint George have appointed Serbian coach Srdjan Zivojnov as their new coach on a two-year deal.

Loza Abera signs for Malta club

Ethiopian Women National Team striker Loza Abera has joined the Malta-based Football club, Birkirkara FC on a one year contract, The Reporter has learnt.  

All African Games commences in Morocco

The 12th edition of the all African Games is underway in Rabat, Morocco which started on August 19, 2019 and lasts until August 31, 2019. Ethiopia will be taking part in the tournament represented in 13 different fields.

Mekele face Cano Sport in second leg decider

The Ethiopian Premier League (EPL) champions, Mekele 70 Anderta will host Cano Sport of Equatorial Guinea on Sunday in a return leg for the CAF Champions League preliminary round at the Mekele Stadium. Mekele has unveiled stadium entrance fees starting from 50 birr to 300 birr.

Sidama Coffee to travel to UAE

Sidama Coffee, the runner-up for the 2018/19 Ethiopian Premier League (EPL) season, is set to travel to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for their pre-season preparations. The club will stay in Dubai for ten days preparing for the new EPL season.

12 EPL clubs agree on salary cap

Set to limit the amount of money a team can spend on players’ wages, clubs in the Ethiopian Premier League have agreed to put a cap on players’ wages.