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Black Stars dare to dream

Ghana Jun, 22, 2014

Can Andre Ayew surpass Abedi Pele?

Ghana Jun, 22, 2014

Ghana's World Cup triumphs

Football Africa Jun, 9, 2014

History makers

Firdose Moonda May, 28, 2014

Algeria's World Cup legacy

Football Africa May, 22, 2014
Jul, 1, 2014

Africa departs Brazil in disappointment

Cameroon officials will investigate claims from a German magazine that seven players were involved in match-fixing at the World Cup.

Africa's World Cup is over. It did not end as the continent would have liked, without the results it had hoped for and with no new ground broken. In fact, old ground wasn't even covered as none of the five African teams that entered the tournament will feature in the quarterfinals.

Given the huge im...

 Posted by Firdose Moonda
Jun, 23, 2014

Gervinho spearheading Ivorian hopes

Ivory Coast coach Sabri Lamouchi has talked about the unity in the squad following the death of Kolo and Yaya Toure's younger brother this week.

If Gervinho's boots could talk they would have had something interesting to say last Thursday, when their owner danced his way through the Colombia defence and scored Ivory Coast's only goal. But then ever since a young Gervais Yao Kouassi joined the ASEC Mimosa youth academy -- the nurturing ground...

 Posted by Fiifi Anaman
Jun, 22, 2014

Black Stars dare to dream

Ghana's encouraging 2-all draw with Germany may be too little, too late according to one journalist. Michael Oti also says the side's recent performance against Germany was great promotion for Ghana football.

Andre Ayew sat through the prematch news conference ahead of Ghana's clash with Germany and exuded a lot of confidence. The son of legendary Abedi Pele, always fired up and incredibly passionate, was the sort of player Ghanaians needed to hear from before such a critical encounter.

"What I can tell ...

 Posted by Sam Crocker
Jun, 22, 2014

Die and Tiote paper over the cracks

Serey Die and Cheick Tiote have combined to ease the pressure on Didier Zokora and defensive partner Sol Bamba

When cracks appear in solid foundations, you can either fix the problem or paper over it, hiding what lies beneath. Applied to the Ivory Coast, two skilled tradesmen are doing the latter to mask the team's ills, as if everything is fine. Step forward, Serey Die and Cheick Tiote.

The pair play a v...

 Posted by Firdose Moonda
Jun, 22, 2014

Andre Ayew seeks his own spotlight

Our ESPN expert panel discuss Ghana's inspired second-half effort as they nearly upset the German giants.

Walking in the footsteps of a giant takes one of two things: very big feet or a very big heart. Luckily for Andre Ayew, he has both.

Ayew is the second son of the man widely recognised as Ghana's -- and perhaps even Africa's -- greatest player ever, Abedi Pele. His talent had to be nurtured in the s...

 Posted by Firdose Moonda
Jun, 20, 2014

Cameroon's dysfunction in need of correction

ESPN FC's expert panel discuss the performances of Cameroon in this World Cup.

The actions were uncalled for, the outrage warranted and the embarrassment glowed over all of Africa. Cameroon brought shame on the continent, not because they exited the World Cup before it was even a week old, but because of how they went about it.

- : Cameroon get it all wrong

The ill discip...