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Blog - Football Africa

Moroka Swallows' relegation a historic one in South Africa

South African side Moroka Swallows, seen here in 2013, will not be playing in the country's Premier League next season after suffering relegation.
South African side Moroka Swallows, seen here in 2013, will not be playing in the country's Premier League next season after suffering relegation.

In the 1940's, Moroka Swallows were part of the first set of "Soweto Giants", the name given to the two big clubs in Soweto - Orlando pirates being the other. Moroka Swallows were the first football team to register as a public company in South Africa and the first to get sponsorship in the 1980's. But now, in 2015, they have been relegated for the first time from the top-tier. The birds are no longer flying.

Swallows' demotion to the national first division was a slow burn of disappointment...

FIFA scandal dominates while fans await Drogba's next move

The President of the Congolese FA has backed Sepp Blatter to remain as the head of FIFA.

There was only one story in town this week and it didn't involve action on the field. The investigation into FIFA stunned the world of football but Confederation of African Football officials chose the business as usual line and backed the continuation of the congress and current president Sepp Blatter. Here's a round-up of the week's top stories.

Blatter still Africa's man

CAF have never shied away from backing the man who brought the World Cup to Africa for the first time and, even with the...

South Africa, Zambia and Ghana fail to live up to expectations in COSAFA Cup

Ephraim Mashaba's South Africa were expected to contend for COSAFA Cup but selection issues led to an early exit.

After seeing three headline teams in South Africa, Zambia and Ghana lose in the COSAFA Cup quarterfinal, there were excuses abound postmatch. All three teams insisted they had played well despite being knocked out after only one appearance in the competition's main draw.

The three national teams will now compete in a plate competition, a subsidiary to the cup created for exactly this reason. The plate round ensures that teams who have byes in earlier rounds but suffer shock defeats will make more...

Adebayor returns to Togo, Tom Saintfiet takes national team job

Belgian Tom Saintfiet has previously taken charge of Yemen and Qatar.

This week, the regional tournament played in southern Africa, the Cosafa Cup, got underway, as did preparations for the final round of qualifiers for the CAF under-23 tournament, which will eventually decide who represents the continent at the 2016 Olympic Games. Meanwhile, there were some interesting developments in Togo, with a new national coach unveiled and a star player going through a troubling time.

Tom Saintfiet takes over Togo

He has coached Qatar, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Yemen, Malawi...

Andre Ayew and Dean Furman are both looking for new challenges

Andre Ayew is set to leave Marseille after more than a decade at the club.

Few footballers have made such an impression on a foreign league as Andre Ayew, the Ghanaian winger who was crowned the best African player in Ligue 1 on Monday.

The award has deep significance because of the number of African players who make France their professional home and receiving it was Ayew's parting statement to the country.

Ayew has confirmed he will not be staying at Marseille, who lie fourth on the table this season, both because he wants to play more competitive football and because...

Yaya Toure talks on racism, Aboutrika accused, Francois Zahoui's new job

Yaya Toure has welcomed FIFA's new system of match observers to monitor incidents of racism and discrimination at FIFA World Cup qualifiers in the build-up to the 2018 tournament in Russia - and says some form of abuse can 'break' players.
Mohamed Aboutrika has remained defiant in the wake of accusations.

A weekly recap of the top news from Africa, as new coach arrives for one country, while there was a sombre reminder of the difficulties facing African footballers from one of the continent's best-known players.

Aboutrika accused

Egypt's most celebrated player Mohamed Aboutrika has never shied away from politics and was active participant in demonstrations during Egypt's 2011 Revolution.

Four years have passed since Aboutrika joined the masses in Tahrir square and he has now been accused of funding...