di Mark Gleeson and Nick Said

With football news, views and analysis from around Southern Africa, The COSAFA Show offers a unique window into what is happening on and off the pitch in the region.

Episodi del podcast

  • Stagione 1

  • Protecting the Game!

    Protecting the Game!

    Ashford Mamelodi is a leading administrator on the African continent who previously served as Secretary General at the Botswana Football Association and COSAFA. He was also a FIFA Development Officer for many years. He has a book coming out soon called Protecting the Game, where he delves into his 10 years at the BFA and the lessons learned and experience gained from that period of his life.We sat down to discuss his career, starting out with why he decided to write his book.

  • Fun in the sun!

    Fun in the sun!

    Among the coaches at the COSAFA Beach Soccer Championships will be Brazilian Guga Zloccowick, who takes charge of Saudi Arabia. The Middle East nation are the first ever non-African team to compete at a COSAFA event and Zloccowick talks to us about the tournament, growing the game in Saudi Arabia and much more in a fascinating interview for The COSAFA Show.

  • Olympic dream!

    Olympic dream!

    In our latest episode of The COSAFA Show we look ahead to the COSAFA Beach Soccer Championships in Durban next month, as well as the third round of African women’s Olympic qualifiers. Featuring Des Ellis, Thelma Smidt. Racheal Kundananji, Babra Banda and Joshua Knipp.

  • COSAFA rise!

    COSAFA rise!

    In our latest episode of The COSAFA Show as we look back on a superb first week for most of our Southern African sides at the Africa Cup of Nations in the Ivory Coast. Namibia beat the odds to defeat Tunisia, Mozambique drew with powerhouse Egypt, Angola held Algeria and Zambia played to a 1-1 draw with fancied DR Congo. Only South Africa have some work to do after they slipped to a 2-0 defeat to Mali. We will hear from several coaches and players.

  • Ready for lift-off!

    Ready for lift-off!

    The Africa Cup of Nations finals in the Ivory Coast get under way on Saturday and there will be five teams from the COSAFA region participating. We speak to a number of them ahead of their title challenge.