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Moonda: Clouds still hang over Ghana


Ghana rocked by scandal

Team Assessment

Moonda: Ghana in disarray


Black Stars dare to dream

 By Nick Ames

The 2015 Africa Cup of Nations is over, but what next for Equatorial Guinea?

The Ivory Coast celebrated their first Africa Cup of Nations win since 1992 after a nervy final with Ghana.
The Ivory Coast celebrated their first Africa Cup of Nations win since 1992 after a nervy final with Ghana.

MALABO, Equatorial Guinea -- The host nation of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations has not been short on sights that provoke a double take over the past month. Another eyebrow-raiser comes when, on what had been expected to be a day spent back home in London before Monday night's flight was cancelled, you sneak a look around Sipopo.

It is a development built around 20km outside Malabo: the streets are wide, the lawns vast, the golf course lush, the rows and rows of apartments smart and the hotels...

 By Nick Ames

Ivory Coast hold their nerve to beat Ghana, win 2015 African Nations Cup

The Ivory Coast celebrated their first African Nations Cup since 1992 after a nervy final with Ghana.

BATA, Equatorial Guinea -- After 120 scoreless minutes, Ivory Coast defeated Ghana 9-8 on penalties to win their first African Nations Cup since 1992. Here are three quick points from the final...

1. Boubacar Barry provides the most romantic of conclusions

Boubacar Barry is now 35 and has, through the thick and sometimes very thin, been a mainstay during Ivory Coast's rise to global prominence over the last decade. He is far from the biggest name from their "golden generation" and it is perhaps...

 By Sam Crocker

Herve Renard on the brink of history ahead of Ivory Coast vs. Ghana

The ESPN FC crew react to Equatorial Guinea's hefty fine for fan turmoil following a dubious penalty decision, and all are in agreement that the Ivory Coast will triumph over Ghana in the final.

Here are five things to consider Ahead of Ivory Coast vs. Ghana in the Africa Cup of Nations final ...

1. The final that 2008 deserved

It is a game that had a distinctly aged feel to it. One that seems to have been pulled in from a parallel universe of matches that never quite happened; a bottle plucked from the cellar of African football that matured slightly later than expected.

With two sides who consistently fail to live up to the lofty heights expected of them, Ivory Coast vs. Ghana is a final...

 By Nick Ames

Equatorial Guinea fan unrest threatens to tarnish Africa Cup of Nations

MALABO, Equatorial Guinea -- Malabo's Hilton hotel, on the road out towards the airport, serves as the Confederation of African Football's (CAF) power base at this Africa Cup of Nations, and it was there the confederation met on Friday morning to decide exactly how much of that strength to exert. Issa Hayatou and his fellow committee members had plenty to discuss after an evening of violence that threatens to tarnish an entire tournament.

Equatorial Guinea's semifinal against Ghana on Thursday night...

Ivory Coast's golden generation get the chance to live up to the hype

Ghana take on the Ivory Coast in the Africa Cup of Nations on Sunday with the two adversaries on the verge of history.

Ghana, who were lauded as the continent's brightest hope ahead of last year's World Cup, have been semifinalists in the last four editions of the tournament but have not won it since 1982. Ivory Coast were triumphant more recently, in 1992, and have reached the quarterfinals in the previous five competitions. Both have failed to take the next step but finally, for one, the dream...

 By Sam Crocker

Lessons learned in African Nations Cup quarterfinals

MALABO, Equatorial Guinea -- With Ghana and Ivory Coast securing their trips to the African Nations Cup semifinals, here are five things we learned from the tournament's quarters.

1. Guinea replicating their defending from qualifying

Having seemingly put their defensive woes behind them in the group stage, Guinea's operations at the back were about as calm as a Tunisian subs bench. Despite being terrible at the back throughout qualifying, with the bigger teams getting much joy against them going...