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Africa’s Upper Hand-Part 2

The diaspora: a valuable resource In addition to the European influence of ultra groups, North African also benefit from their proximity to Europe when attracting players from their talented diasporas.

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Africa’s Upper Hand-Part 1

An air of familiarity engulfs the CAF Champions League semifinals. Title-holders Esperance de Tunis will host the 2015 winners, TP Mazembe from the Democratic Republic of Congo, on 27 April,

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Africa Cup of Nations, with Egypt?

The 2019 edition of the CAF Africa Cup of Nations is set to be staged in Egypt, CAF President Ahmad Ahmad has announced following a meeting of the CAF Executive

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Part 1- Tragedy to Talent

These are heady times for the Egyptian national team. They have qualified for their first World Cup appearance in nearly 30 years and their talisman, Mohamed Salah, has been setting

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Africa’s Secret to Football Dominance

An air of familiarity engulfs the CAF Champions League semifinals. Title-holders Esperance de Tunis will host the 2015 winners, TP Mazembe from the Democratic Republic of Congo, on 27 April,

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Agyemang’s Desperate Return to Action

The striker wants to get back to action after a long injury layoff but says age is not on his side Opoku Agyemang is fondly remembered in Ghana for his participation at

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Mali Makes History!

No matter what happened in Sunday’s final of the 2019 CAF Africa U-20 Cup of Nations, a new name would be etched on the trophy, with finalists Mali and Senegal having never won the competition before.

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African Icons take up the Role of Manager

Clarence Seedorf has taken charge of Cameroon ​Fellow Dutch hero Patrick Kluivert joins him as assistant coach Meanwhile, Tanzania reveal Emmanuel Amunike as new national team boss African football witnessed

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