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Algeria coach George Leekens quits after African Nations Cup elimination

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George Leekens' Algeria side failed to win a match at this year's African Nations Cup.

Algeria coach George Leekens has resigned following the nation's early exit from the African Nations Cup.

Algeria, among the pretournament favourites, failed to win a match in Gabon.

The Desert Foxes finished third in Group B, losing to Tunisia and drawing with Zimbabwe and Senegal.

"Given the pressure exerted on the federation and the national team, I prefer to end my contract out of friendship for the president of the FAF [Algerian Football Federation]," Leekens told the FAF's official website.

Leekens...

Algeria out of African Nations Cup after draw with Senegal

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Algeria crashed out of the African Nations Cup at the group stage as Islam Slimani's brace was not enough to beat a much-changed Senegal side in Franceville.

Senegal were already assured of topping Group B but despite showing 10 alterations from their previous game, they still had enough to hold Georges Leekens' side to a 2-2 draw.

Leicester striker Slimani struck in either half but saw Pape Diop and Moussa Sow cancel out his efforts - although even victory would not have been enough as Tunisia beat...

 By Nick Ames

Unfinished stadiums, political unrest becloud great football at AFCON

The Malian fans roared and, just for a moment, you felt the gold-coloured roof might lift off Stade de Port-Gentil. Their team had been threatening an equaliser in the Group D fixture against Ghana for most of the second half; a late corner was a chance to increase the pressure and from behind the goal came that fevered, visceral sense of a crowd trying to will the ball into the net.

It did not happen for Mali, largely due to the excellence of the Ghana goalkeeper Razak Brimah, but for the impartial...

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Loss to Tunisia leaves fancied Algeria facing African Nations Cup humiliation

After so much was expected, Algeria are on the brink of an African Nations Cup exit.

FRANCEVILLE, GABON -- Riyad Mahrez knew the game was almost up. Five minutes of normal time were left and Algeria, needing two goals to salvage any impetus for their African Nations Cup campaign, looked out of ideas.

During a stoppage in play Mahrez, shoulders hunched and hands upon hips, turned away, lost in contemplation. His Leicester teammate Islam Slimani offered a pat on the back but that was little help; Mahrez slouched off towards his perch on the right wing and Slimani, slamming his hands...

Algeria on brink of elimination after ANC loss to Tunisia

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Tunisia gave themselves an African Nations Cup lifeline and put northern neighbours Algeria on the brink of elimination with a 2-1 win in Franceville.

An Aissa Mandi own goal early in the second half and a Naim Sliti penalty after 66 minutes put Tunisia in control before Sofiane Hanni pulled a goal back in stoppage time but it was too little too late for Algeria, who are already reliant on results elsewhere if they are to progress from Group B.

The result leaves Tunisia with three points from two...