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Moonda: Clouds still hang over Ghana

ANC Sep 7, 2014
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18 hours ago

AS Vita's dynamic young attack leads them to the CAF Champs League final

AS Vita's manager Florent Ibenge celebrates after leading his side to the CAF Champions League final.

Nine minutes into the second half of the CAF Champions League second leg semifinal between TP Mazembe and ES Setif, the perfect script was being followed.

Mazembe, who lost the first leg 2-1, had scored their third goal, which put them 3-2 ahead on aggregate and with one foot in the final. Not only would it be their first challenge for the continental title since they won it over two successive years in 2009 and 2010, it also would pit them against their biggest rivals, AS Vita. That would ensure...

 Posted by Firdose Moonda
4 days ago

Zambia must channel spirit of 2012 in African Nations' Cup qualifying

Zambia shocked the continent in 2012 when they claimed top honours at the African Nations' Cup.
Zambia shocked the continent in 2012 when they claimed top honours at the African Nations' Cup.

The amount of professional football matches played in the modern era means a lot of the action melts into a blur and only the truly special moments are crystalized in memory. Zambia's victory in the 2012 African Cup of Nations was one of them.

Not only did they stun an Ivorian side loaded with big names when they beat them 8-7 in a penalty shootout in Libreville to claim the trophy, but they stole hearts with their poignant tribute to the members of their 1993 squad who perished in a plane crash...

 Posted by Firdose Moonda
7 days ago

Algeria seeking to make history on the pitch, not the corridors of power

Nigeria are the African Nations Cup holders, with the hosts of the tournament running to 2023 recently announced by the Confederation for African Football.

Algeria are unlikely to host an African Nations Cup (ANC) for at least the next 10 years but they may have continental glory in their hands much sooner than that. After the Confederation for African Football announced that Cameroon, Ivory Coast and Guinea will stage the 2019, 2021 and 2023 games on Saturday, Algeria's oldest professional club, ES Setif, took the advantage in their Champions League semifinal against favourites TP Mazembe to ensure their weekend ended better than it started.

- Moonda:...

 Posted by Firdose Moonda
Sep 19, 2014

Cape Verde's fairytale rise shows no sign of slowing

Cape Verde striker Ze Luis, pictured here for Braga, has returned to his national team's squad and will be central to their continued rise up the ranks.

Cape Verde stole football fans' hearts when they reached the 2013 African Nations' Cup (ANC) quarterfinals. For a country with a population of just 500,000 and a team with a coach whose day job was an air-traffic controller, their achievement was a stunning example of punching above one's weight.

Their World Cup dreams were shattered, though, when they had to give up their place in the final round of qualification for the 2014 tournament because of their own error. Despite topping their group, they...

 Posted by Firdose Moonda
Sep 11, 2014

Cameroon up, Egypt down in latest African Nations' Cup qualifiers

Clinton N'jie, right, has been a revelation for Cameroon in their African Nations' Cup qualifiers.
Clinton N'jie, right, has been a revelation for Cameroon in their African Nations' Cup qualifiers.

Samuel who?

That is the question Cameroon may be asking themselves as they peer down from their perch at the top of Group D after the first set of African Nations' Cup (ANC) qualifiers. Without Samuel Eto'o, Jean Makoun, Charles Itandje, Pierre Webo and Alex Song, Cameroon won away from home against the DRC and beat the highest-ranked team in their pool, Ivory Coast, by a margin large enough to suggest that the Indomitable Lions may have their roar back.

Porto striker Vincent Aboubakar scored...

 Posted by Firdose Moonda
Sep 7, 2014

Clouds hang over Ghana in African Nations Cup qualifying

Kwesi Appiah hopes to guide Ghana to a third straight win over the United States.
Pressure is mounting on Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah.

Heavy heads, churning stomachs and lethargic limbs -- many of us know exactly how a hangover feels. Thankfully, it usually lasts just a day. No hangover lasts weeks or months unless you are a Ghanaian football fan. In that case, your fury over your team's lacklustre performance at the World Cup is still there.

- ANC qualifying review

The Black Stars finished bottom of their group in Brazil and made headlines for all the wrong reasons when the players threatened a boycott over bonus payments. The...