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 By Mark Gleeson

Hugo Broos can lead Cameroon to Nations Cup glory with momentum

Hugo Broos
Hugo Broos has the high of the nation on his shoulders.

"Hugo who?" was the cry in Cameroon when they appointed their new national team coach in February.

Hugo Broos might have been among the most successful coaches in Belgian football, on top of a stellar playing career with Anderlecht and Club Brugge, but in the land of the Indomitable Lions he was a virtual unknown.

However, despite the fact his two previous jobs had been in the Algerian league, he could emerge as the man to put Cameroon back on track, particularly in the African Nations Cup (ANC)...

 By Colin Udoh

Nigeria's Africa Women Cup of Nations win shows interest is on the up

Nigeria's Africa Women Cup of Nations win
Nigeria won the Africa Women Cup of Nations for an eighth time after a 1-0 win over hosts Cameroon.

Nigeria's women claimed their eighth African Nations Cup title with a 1-0 win over Cameroon over the weekend.

Here are five thoughts from the tournament:

1. Omagbemi, Ellis point the way forward for women

Florence Omagbemi became only the second woman to lead a team to victory in 10 editions of the African Women Nations Cup. The first to do so was her compatriot and former teammate Uche Eucharia in 2010.

Omagbemi and South Africa's Desiree Ellis may have been the only two women coaches out of the...

 By Mark Gleeson

DR Congo on the rise, eye World Cup spot under Florent Ibenge

Ibenge is tasked with restoring Congolese football and so far, the signs are promising.

Looking back into World Cup history, Zaire's appearance at the 1974 finals in West Germany is frequently the subject of ridicule. Their 9-0 thrashing by Yugoslavia in Gelsenkirchen is widely regarded as a day of shame for the African game and the rest of the performance by the central Africans left little positive impression. The Leopards were the first black African country to compete on the game's ultimate stage but that breakthrough had a negative consequence for the perception of football on...

 By Colin Udoh

Iwobi, Simon show promise but Nigeria reeling from CAF awards snub

Odion Ighalo
Odion Ighalo and his Nigeria teammates have been overlooked from the Confederation for African Football's shortlist.

Somewhat unsurprisingly, Nigerian players were absent from the Confederation for African Football's (CAF) shortlist of five finalists for its Player of the Year award this week.

Algeria and Leicester duo Riyad Mahrez and Islam Slimani, Liverpool and Senegal forward Sadio Mane, and Roma and Egypt's Mohamed Salah are the players in contention, along with current holder Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, of Gabon and Borussia Dortmund

The snub marks an embarrassing trend for Nigeria, a country that...

 By Mark Gleeson

Egypt icon Essam El Hadary bids for ANC, the World Cup and world record

Essam El Hadary, 43, is bidding for African Nations Cup glory and World Cup qualification with Egypt.

If you were asked to guess the age of the goalkeeper with jet black hair and matinee idol looks standing between the sticks for Egypt, you would likely be astonished to find Essam El Hadary is now 43.

A clean sheet against Ghana earlier this month in a vital World Cup qualifier in Alexandria was the latest achievement for a player whose international career has now exceeded two decades.

The game was his 145th for Egypt since his debut against South Korea in March 1996 and if he continues as Hector...

 By Mark Gleeson

Moses, Mikel lift Nigeria to win as Algeria, Cameroon, Ghana falter

Victor Moses scored a brace in Nigeria's 3-1 win over Algeria in World Cup qualifying.

Four countries kept up their 100 percent starts to the group phase of African World Cup qualifiers at the weekend, but it's a mediocre showing from a trio of 2014 finalists that's drawing the most attention.

Algeria, Cameroon and Ghana all sit in perilous positions after two rounds of matches, with four more still to come before group winners are decided. Just five representatives from the Confederation of African Football (CAF) will start making plans for Russia 2018. Algeria suffered a 3-1 away...