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 By Sam Crocker

Asamoah Gyan illness leaves Ghana boss Grant with selection headache

Ghana look set to begin their African Nations Cups campaign without captain Asamoah Gyan, who has been hospitalised with malaria.
Ghana boss Avram Grant says captain Asamoah Gyan may not play against Senegal in Monday's Africa Cup of Nations Group C opener.
Ghana international Christian Atsu has thrown his support behind head coach Avram Grant, insisting the Israeli is the right man to drive the Black Stars forward.

As Asamoah Gyan was rushed to a hospital to deal with an unexpected bout of malaria, it confirmed a tough start to Avram Grant's life as Ghana manager, only a month into the job and having managed them only once in a competitive game.

Confirmed to have a "mild bout" of the tropical disease, Gyan travelled with the team to their first game -- a 2-1 loss against Senegal -- sitting on the bench but not listed in the squad list. Catching it at an "early stage," it bodes well for the Black Stars, though...

 By Nick Ames

Senegal lay out their trophy credentials by stunning Ghana

Senegal opened their African Nations Cup campaign with a dramatic late winner against Ghana in Group C.

MONGOMO, Equatorial Guinea -- Moussa Sow's injury-time goal gave Senegal a stunning 2-1 win over Avram Grant's Ghana in the opening game of Group C at the 2015 African Nations Cup. Here are three quick points on Tuesday's game.

1. Senegal must now be taken seriously

Senegal have been tipped as a sneaky bet to win this tournament by some, and it's not hard to see why. Alain Giresse has put their house in order and they conceded only once in qualifying; in attack, they are able to call upon an...

African Nations Cup preview Group C: Heavyweights ready to impress

Algeria and Getafe midfielder on his side's chances in the forthcoming AFCON in Equatorial Guinea.

Overview

Africa's highest-ranked team, Algeria -- who sit 15th in the world -- four-time former champions Ghana, previous winners South Africa and a Senegal side that seems to have found its soul make up the group of death. This is the pool to watch and it is expected the best football from the first round will come from here.

Projected finish

Too tough to call but here's an attempt: Algeria should advance, given the way they dominated the continental game over the last 12 months. Anything...

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

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...