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All he Could do with Saudi

Juan Antonio Pizzi has announced his resignation from Saudi Arabia following the country’s exit from the 2019 AFC Asian Cup. Pizzi, who led the Green Falcons at the 2018 FIFA

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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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Kuwait 2022

FIFA President Gianni Infantino held talks in Kuwait on Sunday about the country staging 2022 World Cup matches as he pushes to expand the Qatar tournament from 32 to 48 teams. After meeting with the

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Egypt and the Pyramids

Football as a vehicle of soft power for Middle Eastern oil states is no longer a novelty. We’ve got used to Manchester City splashing the cash of the Sheikh Mansour.

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Part 2- Tragedy to Talent

To find out why we must return to Egypt’s star man. As part of the myth-making process for Salah, people have started to settle on a key part of his origin

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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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Ajax Amsterdam may keep Hakim Ziyech

Rabat – Moroccan international football star Hakim Ziyech said he is “always very picky” in response to offers he receives  from football giants. Ziyech, who plays for Dutch football club Ajax Amsterdam, has

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