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Bertrand Traore - Call off the search

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Ghana leave door open for Muntari & Prince

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Bertrand Traore: Call off the search

Bertrand Traore has spent the season on loan at Ajax from Chelsea.
Bertrand Traore has spent the season on loan at Ajax from Chelsea.
Bertrand Traore has been associated with Chelsea Football Club since he was 14, but only now as Ajax --the club where he's on loan -- prepare to contest the Europa League final against Manchester United, has he finally found himself in the spotlight.

The forward was originally linked to the Premier League champions back in August 2010, with his signing only confirmed by the club in October 2013.

Like various other youngsters before him, he was underused by current United boss Jose Mourinho, and despite...

Ranking Africa's Premier League flops

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Following the Premier League's conclusion, KweséESPN name and shame Africa's 10 worst underperformers of the 2016-17 campaign.

10. Daniel Amartey: There were promising signs from Amartey last season as he made a handful of outings during Leicester's run to the title after signing for the Foxes midway through the campaign.

This season, however, he's been somewhat exposed in the top flight, particularly in a midfield role where he's failed to replicate the ball-winning qualities of N'Golo Kante.

There's...

Who was Africa's top breakout Premier League star?

Various African players stood out during an engrossing Premier League campaign, but which of the continent's stars surpassed expectations and who overachieved?

In this feature, KweséESPN's Ed Dove reviews the season that was, and picks out three breakout African stars of the season.

Wilfred Ndidi was hardly a household name when he was signed by Leicester City during the January transfer window. Indeed, the 20-year-old only had less than two years of professional experience under his belt -- in the...

Africans in the Premier League: Season Review

In light of Sunday's Premier League finale, KweséESPN's Ed Dove reviews the performances of Africa's stars in the top flight.

As ever, there was no shortage of key players from the continent plying their trade in the world's most watched league, although fortunes were mixed for some of Africa's biggest names.

Once again, one of the continent's stars finished the season with a winner's medal, as Victor Moses became the third Nigerian and the 15th African player to win the title.

In a remarkable renaissance,...

What did we learn from Kwesi Appiah's first press conference?

Kevin-Prince Boateng answers some quick-fire questions about his career so far and explains who would make his 6-a-side team.

New Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah cast a calm figure as he fielded questions in his first interaction with the local media since returning to his role as Black Stars boss.

The former Ghana captain has signed a two-year contract to replace former boss Avram Grant and has promised to ensure that Ghanaians can be 'proud of the team again'.

What else did we learn from Appiah's first press conference?

Door still open for Sulley Muntari and Kevin-Prince Boateng: Boateng drove Kwesi Appiah to tears after the...

Where does Victor Moses rank among Africa's most influential Premier League winners?

Chelsea's Antonio Conte was crowned again, Dirk Kuyt celebrates with Feyenoord supporters and plenty more in The Sweeper.

Victor Moses became the 15th African player and third Nigerian to win the Premier League when Chelsea beat West Bromwich Albion at the weekend, with the title success completing a remarkable rise to prominence for the wideman.

Unlike some of his predecessors, who have played somewhat peripheral roles in their sides' respective successes, Moses has been a key figure in Chelsea's fine campaign under Antonio Conte.

Indeed, the 26-year-old's year has been all the more impressive considering that few...