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Legend Milla rounds on Fecafoot
Roger Milla laments the fading of Cameroon as a force in world football and calls for change in the country's governing body.
Ikhana takes Nigeria women role
Former Enyimba boss Kadiri Ikhana is appointed the new coach of Nigeria's women's team.
Drogba gives Chelsea vital lead
Didier Drogba gives Chelsea a precious lead to take to the Nou Camp for the Champions League semi-final second leg.
Appiah keen to silence doubters
New Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah is relishing his "underdog" status following his promotion from assistant coach of the Black Stars.
Protests hit Egypt football trial
The trial of dozens of people charged in connection with Egypt's worst football violence in the city of Port Said opens amid chaotic scenes. *********************** goal.com
Heir to the throne? Bentaleb could succeed Toure as Africa's best midfielder
Nabil Bentaleb Algeria Afcon

COMMENT: The 20-year-old Algerian ranks among the finest young midfielders in Africa but faces a huge challenge on Sunday against the continent's Player of the Year


Ghana-Guinea Preview: Black Stars target fifth consecutive Afcon semi-final
Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan and coach Avram Grant

The nation have plenty of quarter-final experience to call upon as Avram Grant bids to guide his side into the last four


Ivory Coast-Algeria Preview: Renard demands success
Ivory Coast celebrate Max Gradel's goal against Cameroon

The Elephants were beaten in the final of the 2006 and 2012 Africa Cup of Nations and their boss says the nation must win the tournament this time around


Leekens accuses referee of 'forcing' Equatorial Guinea win
Javier Balboa Equatorial Guinea Tunisia Afcon

Tunisia were leading until the dying seconds of the Afcon quarter-final, when the official made a highly controversial decision which sparked fighting on the pitch


Congo elimination my biggest disappointment - Le Roy
Democratic Republic of the Congo Congo CAN 31012015

The Afcon veteran was gutted that his team surrendered a two-goal lead to DR Congo, which was in sharp comparison to the joyous mood of counterpart Florent Ibenge

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