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    Cheick Tiote’s body arrives in Ivory Coast

    Advertisements The body of Cheick Tiote has been flown back to his native Ivory Coast for a private funeral, some days after a public memorial was held for the footballer in China. The 30-year-old Ivorian collapsed during a training session with Beijing Enterprises, his final club, and ended up dying. It’s unclear where exactly Tiote […]

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    Cameroon remembers Foe on eve of Confederations Cup

    Advertisements In advance of Cameroon’s upcoming participation in the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, the team is reflecting on the death of their countryman Marc Vivien-Foe, who collapsed in the last Confederations Cup Cameroon played in. In the 2003 semifinal against Colombia, which took place in France, Foe collapsed on the field and was later determined […]

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    Cristiano Ronaldo wants out from Real Madrid

    Advertisements According to the Portuguese publication A Bola, in a shocking turn, worldwide superstar Cristiano Ronaldo says that he has made up his mind and decided to leave Real Madrid. It appears that he was extremely annoyed with his club not giving him support during his case with the Spanish government, which accused him of […]

  • , ,’s All Time African Confederations Cup Team

    Advertisements The FIFA Confederations Cup begins on June 17 with a match between New Zealand and the host nation of Russia. From there, eight teams will go through a group stage to see who lifts the final cup. Africa’s lone representative this year is Cameroon, as the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations winner. Cameroon was […]

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    FIFA will let referees suspend matches if racism happens at Confederations Cup

    Advertisements Referees at this year’s Confederations Cup have been given authority by FIFA to end games early if they see instances of discriminatory action coming from the spectators at the match. FIFA also says that it will be deploying anti-discrimination observers to help with this new effort to prevent more scandals from happening on football’s […]

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    Asamoah Gyan celebrates 50 international goals

    Advertisements Asamoah Gyan became the first ever player to score 50 goals for Ghana on the international level during Ghana’s 5-0 victory over Ethiopia in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier over the weekend. To put that number into perspective, the second Ghanaian on the goals list is Abedi Pele Ayew, with 33 goals […]

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    Gernot Rohr gets privileges cut after South Africa upset

    Advertisements Nigeria head coach Gernot Rohr got some tough talk from his highers-up after suffering an upset loss to South Africa over the weekend. In an emergency meeting with the Nigeria Football Federation’s technical committee, Rohr was informed that his ability to invite players onto the senior team would be restricted from the time being. […]

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    Knowledge Musona scores hat trick in Nations Cup qualifier win for Zimbabwe

    Advertisements Zimbabwe was able to get past Liberia in their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier on Sunday, thanks to an impressive hat trick by Zimbabwe’s captain Knowledge Musona. Musona assumed the captaincy after Willard Katsande, who captained the squad during this year’s Nations Cup, was dropped from the roster. As a result, Musona needed […]

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    Nigeria, Zambia, Ivory Coast all suffer upsets in Nations Cup qualifiers

    Advertisements Nigeria, Zambia and the Ivory Coast all suffered disappointing losses at home in the first group of qualifying matches for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations over the weekend. South Africa earned their first win ever in competitive play against Nigeria, defeating their Group E opponent two goals to nil in Uyo, Nigeria. The […]

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    Wayde van Niekerk breaks South African 200m record

    Advertisements South African racer Wayde van Niekerk broke a national record when he ran a 19.84 second time at the Racers Grand Prix in the 200 meter event. That time was enough to beat out Anaso Jobodwana’s previous record among South African racers of 19.87 seconds in that length. Van Niekerk bested Jamaicans Rasheed Dwyer […]

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