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Cameroon’ s Indomitable Lions whose natural habitat seems to be the World Cup, have become the third African nation to qualify for next year's finals in Brazil, after Nigeria and Ivory Coast on Saturday.
Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has said he is very disappointed he is owed more than seven months salary, describing it as his worst experience as the country’s coach.
Senegalese President Macky Sall paid tribute to former national football coach Bruno Metsu, who died from cancer aged just 59, as a host of football stars turned out to the funeral in Dakar on Monday
Weeks on from President Yahyah Jammeh's decision to pull The Gambia out of the Commonwealth, the implications go beyond the political.
Former Senegal national team coach Bruno Metsu, who died of cancer on 15 October in France, aged 59, is to be buried in the Senegalese capital, Dakar, on Monday.
Each of the 23 players of Ghana’s senior National Team, the Black Stars, will receive US$15, 000 if they beat Egypt in the first leg of the World Cup playoff tie on October 15 at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi.
Gambian officials have confirmed that the country will not be competing in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
According to reports from The Gambia’s Central River Region (CRR), 22 youths detained by the authorities for flouting a ban on playing football have been released.
Armed hostilities continue in northern Mali and President Amadou Toumani Touré has promised to be firm in the fight against Tuareg rebels.
More than 25 football stars have spoken out in solidarity with millions of people facing hunger across their region as the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations kicks off Saturday in Bata in Equatorial Guinea.
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