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Picking a Ghana Star Sixes Dream Team

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Key African transfer stories to watch before the window closes

Yakubu, Julius Aghahowa and Peter Rufai spoke at the Star Sixes event in London about the future of Kelechi Iheanacho.

Africa's players have been some of the key protagonists of the transfer window so far, but with a month and a half of business to go, expect several more of the continent's star men to make a move.

Mohamed Salah, Asamoah Gyan, and Carlos Kameni have all already secured new deals this window, but which other big-name African talents are expected to move on between now and the close of business?

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: The future of Africa's top talent remains uncertain, with potential suitors...

Picking a Ghana Star Sixes Dream Team

The ongoing Star Sixes legends tournament in London has brought together some of sport's greatest names from the last 20 years to contest a competitive six-a-side tournament at the O2 Arena.

For the inaugural event, Nigeria were Africa's only representatives, but considering what a success the tournament has been, don't be surprised to see another - potentially extended - edition next year.

In 12 months' time, we'd love to see greater African representation at the world's only competitive six-a-side...

African talents to watch in the Champions League second qualifying round

With over a month to go until the Champions League group stage draw, the competition's qualifying is well underway, with 34 teams set to compete in the second round this week.

The five teams to have progressed from the first qualifying round have been joined by another 29 sides who enter at this stage of the competition.

The start of the season may seem like a silhouette on the horizon for some of Africa's top stars, while others are already preparing for potentially the biggest match of their season.

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Grading Africa's top teams after CAF Champions League group stage

The CAF Champions League group stage was concluded on Sunday evening, as the continent's top 16 teams were whittled down to eight ahead of September's quarterfinals.

The extended group stage proved to be a success, with only one group going into the final weekend with the identity of the progressing teams already confirmed - at least before the Sudan Football Association's suspension and their sides' subsequent disqualification.

Which of the continent's 16 teams over-performed during the group stage,...

What did Ghana learn in Mexico defeat?

Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah was left to reflect on several missed chances by the Black Stars after a 1-0 defeat by Mexico in an international friendly at the NRG Stadium in Houston.

Ghana went down to a first-half penalty to leave Appiah frustrated with a display that was high on chances but low on quality finishing.

The opportunities created would have pleased the Ghana boss, but there are also many failings which have highlighted the work ahead for the returning coach.

Report: Mexico best Ghana in Houston...

Previewing CAF Champions League Gameweek Four

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The second half of the CAF Champions League group stage begins on Tuesday, as Africa's top sides continue to battle it out for a spot in the knockout rounds.

Which of the continent's sides are set to close in on their spot in the final eight, and who are struggling to keep their African dreams alive?

In this feature, KweséESPN preview the midweek fixtures in the CAF CL.

Group A Ferroviario Beira have defied pre-competition predictions to sit in second place in the group after three matches, and remain...