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Chukwu Keen on Sierra Leone Post

Chukwu Keen on Sierra Leone Post

Two former Nigeria coaches have expressed an interest in taking charge of Sierra Leone’s national team. Both Christian Chukwu(photo) and Dutchman Jo (...)

| April 2006 | 798 views

Zimbabwe FA Elects New Boss

Zimbabwe FA Elects New Boss

Steve Vickers BBC Sport, Harare Wellington Nyatanga(photo) has been elected as the new chairman of the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa). Nyatanga, (...)

| March 2006 | 593 views

Angola gets Marques

Angola gets Marques

By Victor Vago & Nicolas White(BBC Sports) Defender Rui Marques (photo) has now got the all-clear to play for World Cup bound Angola. The Leeds (...)

| February 2006 | 1394 views

British Soccer Wizard May Play for Sierra Leone

British Soccer Wizard May Play for Sierra Leone

By Abu B. Shaw, Vanguard London Bureau The news that a British sporting star is contemplating to switch his football allegiance to poverty-striken Sierra (...)

| February 2006 | 2851 views

Dujkovic Prepares for the Worst

Dujkovic Prepares for the Worst

By Martin Davies BBC Sport, Ismailia Ghana coach Ratomir Dujkovic has prepared himself for fierce criticism after his team’s early exit from the (...)

| February 2006 | 1238 views

Hayatou Backs Nations Cup Timing

Hayatou Backs Nations Cup Timing

The president of the Confederation of African Football, Issa Hayatou, has defended the timing of the African Cup of Nations. His comments, on the eve of (...)

| January 2006 | 1307 views

 Battle for Africa's Professionals Heats Up

Battle for Africa’s Professionals Heats Up

By Abu B. Shaw, Vanguard London Bureau Chief. Players on the way to this year’s African Nations Cup in Egypt, particularly those plying their trade (...)

| January 2006 | 1425 views

African Nations Cup Upsets

African Nations Cup Upsets

By Peter Law The Nations Cup has produced some huge upsets over the years Ask fans which African Nations Cup they loved most and chances are you will (...)

| January 2006 | 995 views

Africa's Difficult World Cup Draw

Africa’s Difficult World Cup Draw

By Abu B. Shaw, Vanguard London Bureau Chief. A World Cup draw, like any situation in this discipline, is normally a one group-of-death affair. What is (...)

| December 2005 | 1094 views

Kallon Finds a New Lease of Life

By Farayi Mungazi, BBC Sport. Mohamed Kallon has told BBC Sport that he is in no hurry to quit Saudi Arabian club Al Ittihad. The Sierra Leone (...)

| November 2005 | 1298 views

Africa’s Soccer Giants

By Abu B. Shaw, London It was scintillating and nerve-racking as dark clouds descended on various stadiums around Africa on October 8 2005. Four football (...)

| October 2005 | 976 views

Fifa to the Rescue

A ’special project’ is being put together by Fifa to improve the quality of African league football. Sepp Blatter, Fifa’s president, (...)

| September 2005 | 909 views