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CAF clears Ebola-free Liberia to host football games again

CAIRO -- The Confederation of African Football has cleared Liberia to host international football games again after it was declared free of Ebola by the World Health Organization.

It means Liberia will be able to play at home in 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifying, which begins next month, and 2018 World Cup qualifying later in the year.

However, CAF's announcement on Friday also noted that Guinea and Sierra Leone, the two other West African nations most-affected by the Ebola outbreak, cannot...

Guinea minister: 'Not possible' to move African Nations Cup 2023 to June

Africa Cup of Nations winners Ivory Coast returned home with the trophy after beating Ghana in the final on penalties.

The African Nations Cup (ANC) finals in 2023 will not be switched to the summer to accommodate the Qatar World Cup, Guinea sports minister Domani Dore has said.

As the World Cup is set to be played in November/December, FIFA general secretary Jerome Valcke insisted last week that the 2023 edition of the ANC would be pushed back six months from its usual January date to June.

Valcke claimed that the Confederation of African Football (CAF) had agreed to move the tournament, but Dore told...

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Ghana boss Avram Grant wants 1-year ban for Guinea keeper Naby Yattara

Ghana boss Avram Grant has called for Guinea goalkeeper Naby Yattara to be handed a one-year ban for his foul on Asamoah Gyan in the teams' African Nations Cup quarterfinal clash.

Ghana progressed to the semifinals with a 3-0 win but Gyan could miss the meeting with hosts Equatorial Guinea after the challenge from Yattara, who plays for Ligue 2 club AC Arles-Avignon.

The goalkeeper, who had been booked in the first half for shoving Christian Atsu, was shown a red card in injury time for a violent...

 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...

 By PA Sport

Ghana breeze by Guinea, reach fifth straight ANC semifinal

Christian Atsu's double powered Ghana into the semifinals on Sunday.

Ghana reached a fifth successive African Nations Cup semifinal as they breezed past Guinea 3-0 in Malabo.

Avram Grant's Black Stars will now play hosts Equatorial Guinea on Thursday after Christian Atsu scored twice and Kwesi Appiah added another to complete a routine win.

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Guinea's misery was completed when goalkeeper Naby Yattara, who had been booked in the first half for shoving Atsu, rushed out of his goal in the fourth minute of injury time and was sent off for flattening Asamoah Gyan with...