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Moonda: Clouds still hang over Ghana

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Ghana rocked by scandal

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Moonda: Ghana in disarray

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Kwesi Appiah sacking by Ghana shows need for Africa to support its managers

Kwesi Appiah hopes to guide Ghana to a third straight win over the United States.
The World Cup was a disaster, but once Kwesi Appiah survived that he should have been given more time.

Kwesi Appiah's tenure as Ghana's manager actually ended on June 26. That morning, the day of Ghana's decisive World Cup match against Portugal, Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari were suspended from the squad. Boateng was suspended over claims that he insulted Appiah, while Muntari allegedly attacked a member of the organisation. Whatever happened, it was clear that Appiah was not as in control as a coach should be.

Ghana had been dealing with infighting, player protests over bonuses, and...

Clouds hang over Ghana in African Nations Cup qualifying

Kwesi Appiah hopes to guide Ghana to a third straight win over the United States.
Pressure is mounting on Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah.

Heavy heads, churning stomachs and lethargic limbs -- many of us know exactly how a hangover feels. Thankfully, it usually lasts just a day. No hangover lasts weeks or months unless you are a Ghanaian football fan. In that case, your fury over your team's lacklustre performance at the World Cup is still there.

- ANC qualifying review

The Black Stars finished bottom of their group in Brazil and made headlines for all the wrong reasons when the players threatened a boycott over bonus payments. The...

 By Chris Wright

Ghana's chaotic World Cup to become movie

Ghana coach James Kwesi Appiah discusses the overall performance with the African teams that participated in the tournament.

While their actual on-pitch performances left much to be desired, the rest of Ghana's World Cup campaign provided a cavalcade of thrills and spills -- with infighting, squabbles over bonuses, boycott threats and multiple player expulsions, slushing together to create a fantastic casserole of chaos.

Whereas the football was mostly forgettable, it appears that Ghana's World Cup maelstrom has caught the eye of Hollywood, with reports that director Darryl Wharton-Rigby has already begun writing...

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 impact made on home soil in 2010, underperformance was the standout failing of the African countries at this World Cup. Each was slow out of the starting blocks, with only one team winning its opening match...

Firsts for CONCACAF, 2 other regions

The ESPN expert panel look back at the last seven World Cups and discuss how far the United States has come.

With a 1-0 defeat to Germany and a 2-1 Portugal win over Ghana, the United States advanced to consecutive World Cup knockout rounds for the first time in its history. The Americans will play Belgium, the winner of Group H, on Tuesday in Salvador (coverage begins at 3:30 p.m. ET on ESPN).

ESPN's Soccer Power Index gives the Americans a 41 percent chance of beating Belgium, the second-best odds of any underdog in the next round.

With all of the knockout round spots filled, we will see the most CONCACAF...

 By Fiifi Anaman

Assessment: Ghana chaos

Sulley Muntari was sent home in shame and was joined by Kevin Prince-Boateng in a nightmare tournament for Ghana

Ghana had an eventful tournament on and off the pitch, and ESPNFC blogger Fiifi Anaman discusses a chaotic campaign.

One sentence, World Cup recap

Disgraceful off-the-pitch drama overshadowed the hard work on the pitch, ruining what could have been a magical campaign.

All team assessments

Group Stage: Australia | Bosnia-Herzegovina | Cameroon | Croatia | Ecuador | England | Ghana | Honduras | Italy | Iran
Ivory Coast Japan | Portugal | Russia | South Korea | Spain
Round of 16: Algeria | Chile | Greece | Mexico
Nigeria | Switzerland | Uruguay | United States
Quarterfinals: Colombia | France | Belgium | Costa Rica
Semifinals: Brazil | Netherlands
Finalists: Argentina
Winners: Germany

Star Man

Asamoah Gyan. The 28-year-old Ghana captain was immense, finishing with two goals in three matches. It means he is Ghana's all-time top scorer with 41 goals, and the strike against Portugal was his sixth at a World Cup...