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Ghana leave door open for Muntari & Prince

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'Misunderstood' ex-Arsenal star Emmanuel Frimpong rebuilding career

Gab Marcotti and Steve Nicol disagree on how Arsenal players would react if Stan Kroenke sells the club.
Arsene Wenger stresses his loyalty to Arsenal and discusses the club's first Champions League exclusion in 20 years.
Janusz Michallik looks at Arsenal's forgettable season, and their need for determined players to aim higher next season.
Emmanuel Frimpong is rebuilding his career at Eskilstuna, his fourth club since leaving Arsenal in 2014.

ESKILSTUNA, Sweden -- Emmanuel Frimpong was feeling the back of his leg as he walked out of the home changing room after AFC Eskilstuna's latest home match.

A tweaked hamstring was the latest niggle in an injury-plagued few years for the former Arsenal midfielder. It's been a stop-start season in what has been a stop-start career so far for Frimpong.

The 25-year-old's latest appearance came on Sunday as a 74th-minute substitute against Hacken. Wearing the No. 20 shirt with "Frimmy" on the back,...

What did we learn from Kwesi Appiah's first press conference?

Kevin-Prince Boateng answers some quick-fire questions about his career so far and explains who would make his 6-a-side team.

New Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah cast a calm figure as he fielded questions in his first interaction with the local media since returning to his role as Black Stars boss.

The former Ghana captain has signed a two-year contract to replace former boss Avram Grant and has promised to ensure that Ghanaians can be 'proud of the team again'.

What else did we learn from Appiah's first press conference?

Door still open for Sulley Muntari and Kevin-Prince Boateng: Boateng drove Kwesi Appiah to tears after the...

 By John Duerden

African icons Didier Zokora and Michael Essien face off in Indonesia

Jason Dasey and Stanley Bernard discuss the success of Peter Odemwingie, Michael Essien and Didier Zokora in Indonesia's top flight.
Jason Dasey and Brad Maloney discuss the arrival of Michael Essien and Carlton Cole to Indonesian side, Persib Bandung.
TCL presents the story of Indonesian footballer Martunis, who after the 2004 Tsunami was offered the chance to meet Cristiano Ronaldo and train with Sporting Lisbon.

They have met in Wembley cup finals, the Premier League and the African Cup of Nations. But on Saturday night, two legends of the African game, Didier Zokora, of Ivory Coast, and Michael Essien, of Ghana, will renew an old rivalry in Indonesia.

Essien and his unbeaten Persib Bandung team travel from their base in Java to Semen Padang in Sumatra for a clash that will feature two of the biggest stars -- both recently arrived -- of Southeast Asian football.

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Former Chelsea favourite Essien has tended...

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2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualification explained

The qualifiers for the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) got underway this past weekend; the start of a not-so-long road to the finals in Kenya from January 11-February 2 next year.

The competition, open only to players who ply their trade in their domestic leagues, is scheduled in the years between the African Nations Cup and, despite the matches having restriction on selection, are considered full FIFA internationals, giving it a hint of gravitas.

First played in 2009, when only 36 of...

Nigeria, Ghana, and the CAF Champions League absence

Nigeria and Ghana are two of the powerhouses of African football. Between them they have seven Nations Cup titles, nine runners-up spots, an Under-20 World Cup title and an Olympic Gold.

But when the CAF Champions League group stage draw is made on April 26, neither country will have a representative in the 16-team field.

In fact, looking back in the over four decades of Africa's premier club competition, Ghana have only had three champions and Nigeria two - and those came in successive years at the...

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Kwesi Appiah must assert authority in leading Ghana

Building better team chemistry will be key for Kwesi Appiah, who this week was given another chance to lead Ghana's national team.

Early this week, Ghana's FA re-appointed Kwesi Appiah as coach of the senior men's national team. Appiah, who left the job by mutual consent, is now back to replace Avram Grant, the man who was appointed to replace him. There is no doubt that as he gets set to return to the job he left barely three years ago, Appiah will be haunted by the mistakes of his last stint.

Here are three things he could do differently this time

1. Stamp his authority on team

The first thing Kwesi Appiah needs to do is...