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 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...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Michael Keane gets England call, Mario Balotelli on Jurgen Klopp

Here are the latest stories for Tuesday.

ENGLAND: Burnley defender Michael Keane has been called up to the England squad as a replacement for Glen Johnson.

- Captain Wayne Rooney has called on the players to rally round after "a tough couple of weeks" following the exit of manager Sam Allardyce.

CELTIC: Celtic have handed 13-year-old Karamoko Dembele his debut for their under-20 team. The schoolboy's skill and talent had previously been flagged up to a wider audience...

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Trending: Bob Bradley named Swansea boss, Barcelona and Man City beaten

Alison Bender brings you the latest on Swansea's managerial situation, as Bob Bradley replaces Francesco Guidolin.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

SWANSEA: The club have named former United States boss Bob Bradley as their new coach after parting company with Francesco Guidolin.

ENGLAND: Interim manager Gareth Southgate believes Wayne Rooney remains the "outstanding leader" in the national team as he confirmed that the Manchester United man would retain his country's captaincy.

- Alan Shearer believes Marcus Rashford should start for England against Malta on Saturday -- but Wayne Rooney...

 By Mark Gleeson

Cameroon, Morocco turn to European bosses Broos and Renard for guidance

Herve Renard
Herve Renard is among a long list of French managers to find success in Africa.

There were two weighty news conferences in African football this week as both Cameroon and Morocco unveiled the identity of their new national team coaches.

Hugo Broos was introduced on Thursday as the new man at the helm of the Indomitable Lions, marking his entry to the African arena after years of success in his native Belgium, at a pomp-filled contract-signing ceremony in Yaounde, complete with the playing of the national anthem. Morocco had earlier in this week unveiled Herve Renard as their...

 By Mark Gleeson

Cameroon's African Nations Cup hopes threatened by uncertainty

Cameroon will be looking to avoid any missteps in their quest for African Nations' Cup qualification.
Cameroon will be looking to avoid any missteps in their quest for African Nations' Cup qualification.

Time is beginning to run out if Cameroon are to appoint a new coach before their next matches in March which are qualifiers for the 2017 African Nations Cup.

It has always been a post fraught with political intrigue, but nevertheless it remains one of the top jobs in African football and there is never a shortage of prospective candidates.

Despite a shortlist made public in December and a whirl of speculation, there are now just two months left to get a man in place before back-to-back games...

 By Chris Wright

Cameroon advertise for new manager to replace Volker Finke on website

Having chosen to part ways with Volker Finke just two weeks before their World Cup qualifying campaign began in early November, Cameroon are still in the process of appointing the veteran German coach's successor.

The Cameroon football federation, Fecafoot, have taken the unusual step of advertising their vacancy on their official website and on social media.

"Call for applications for the recruitment of a head coach," Fecafoot tweeted on Monday.