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Dynamos ranked lowly 19th in Africa

27/03/2015 00:00:00
by Newsday
 
 
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PREMIERSHIP champions Dynamos are ranked 19th in the top 30 best teams on the continent, according to the Confederation of African Football (Caf).

The list released Friday shows that Dynamos, who have won the last four domestic league titles and taken part in the Caf Champions League three times under then coach Calisto Pasuwa, have 494 points.

Under Pasuwa, Dynamos failed to reach the money-spinning group phase of the Champions League and decided not to take part in the 2015 edition due to financial challenges.

Top of the list are Egyptian giants Al Ahly with 2 106 points, followed by Esperance of Tunisia with 1 503 points.

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) giants TP Mazembe, who are home to former FC Platinum striker Ali Sadiki, are third, while their counterparts AS Vita are 15th.

South African giants Orlando Pirates complete the list of teams from Southern Africa, perched on 22nd place.


Took Dynamos to group stages of the champions league ... Calisto Pasuwa

According to the list, Tunisia produced the most teams with five, while their neighbours Morocco took second spot with four clubs.

Esperance are followed by Etoile Sportive du Sahel (5th) and Club Sportif Sfaxien (6th) also from Tunisia.

The top five of Tunisian clubs is completed by Athletic Bizertin who occupy the 30th place while Nigeria and Egypt have three clubs and DRC, Sudan, Mali, Algeria and Ivory Coast have two each.

Africa’s Top 30 African clubs

1 — Al-Ahli (EGY) 2 106
2 — Esperance Sportive de Tunis (TUN) 1 503
3 — TP Mazembe (DRC) 1 353
4 — Al Hilal (SUD) 1 152
5 — Etoile Sportive du Sahel (TUN) 1 091
6 — CS Sfaxien (TUN) 983
7 — Cotonsport Garoua (CMR) 978
8 — Entente Sportive Setif (ALG) 930
9 — ASEC Mimosas (CIV) 852
10 — El Zamalek (EGY) 810
11 — Enyimba Aba (NGR) 701
12 — Stade Malien (MLI) 695
13 — AC Leopard (CGO) 682
14 — Djoliba AC (MLI) 629
15 — AS Vita Club (DRC) 581
16 — Raja Casablanca (MAR) 574
17 — Al Merreikh (SUD) 531
18 — Séwé Sport (CIV) 513
19 — Dynamos Harare (ZIM) 494
20 — FUS Rabat (MAR) 408
21 — Wydad Casablanca (MAR) 397
22 — Orlando Pirates (RSA) 375
23 — Ismaily SC (EGY) 353
24 — Al Ittihad Tripoli (LBA) 342
25 — Heartland FC (NGR) 329
26 — MAS Fes (MAR) 327
27 — Club Africain (TUN) 316
28 — Kano Pillars FC (NGR) 315
29 — JS Kabylie (ALG) 311
30 — CA Bizerte (TUN) 301



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