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Libya withdraw as 2017 Cup hosts

Violence-plagued Libya conceded the country won't be able to host the African Cup of Nations in 2017 because of security concerns, throwing organisers into a frantic rush Saturday to find a new venue for the continent's top football tournament.

After announcing Libya's withdrawal as host, the Confederation of African Football gave countries interested in hosting in Libya's place until the end of September -- barely a month -- to submit their bids.

Algeria, Cameroon, Guinea, Ivory Coast and Zambi...

 Posted by Firdose Moonda
Aug 7, 2014

African football gets TV boost

Fans of the Super Eagles will now be able to watch Nigeria's ANC qualifiers.
Fans of the Super Eagles will now be able to watch Nigeria's ANC qualifiers.

The average African football fan wishes for two things: that they will be around the day a team from the continent lifts the World Cup, and that even if they never see that happen, they will at least be able to watch African teams in action from the distance of a television screen and the comfort of a couch. The latter does not seems like too much to ask, does it?

Until Thursday, it has been.

African viewers have often been deprived of the chance to watch their team in action in anything fro...

 Posted by Firdose Moonda
Jul 27, 2014

South Africa appoint the safe choice

Shakes Mashaba will take over Bafana Bafana on a four-year contract.

They did not opt for the favourite. They were not brave enough to try someone new. Instead, the South African Football Association (SAFA) went for the safest and cheapest option when they unveiled their new coach for the national team.

Ephraim "Shakes" Mashaba was given a four-year deal with the task of qualifying Bafana Bafana for the African Nations Cup (ANC) in 2015 and the 2018 World Cup. Should he last until then, he will be the first South African coach to complete a full four-year camp...

Jul 26, 2014

South Africa rehires Ephraim Mashaba

Shakes Mashaba is back as coach of South Africa, 10 years after getting sacked.

South Africa have appointed Ephraim Mashaba as their new coach once again.

Mashaba, nicknamed "Shakes," took charge of the national team on a caretaker basis in 1992 and 2001 and was a permanent coach from August 2002 until January 2004.

While he left that post acrimoniously, the South African Football Association has no qualms in bringing the experienced coach back into the fold to replace Gordon Igesund, whose contract expired last month.

"First of all, I would like to thank the SAFA NEC for ...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
Jun 17, 2014

Ochoa channels Paul the Octopus

Relive all of Guillermo Ochoa's amazing saves against Brazil as he kept Mexico alive and earned man of the match honours.

They told you Paul the Octopus was dead. They lied. In a daring operation that defied the very laws of nature, FIFA operatives transplanted his brain stem into a new host, relatively unknown Mexican goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa. The operation was a success. Now Miguel Herrera's team have a custodian who can stretch his limbs at impossible angles at breakneck speed and who also happens to be so good at predicting results that he's been banned by bookmakers all over Europe.

Ochoa's contract with F...