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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
Can out-of-form Adebayor keep up with Pochettino's new-look Tottenham?
Must do better | Emmanuel Adebayor: The Togolese striker has a tendency to go missing and did so in the biggest game of the season so far, against Arsenal. One goal in seven appearances is simply not good enough.

The Spurs frontman has only scored once this season and, although he might not feature at Manchester City, his decline is a major concern for the north Londoners


South Africa rules out hosting 'impossible' Afcon
South Africa Sports and Recreation minister Fikile Mbalula

The nation's FA says economic issues make holding the 2015 tournament there impossible, despite having previously suggested it could replace Morocco


Klopp: Fifa and CAF must open eyes to Ebola threat
Borussia Dortmund head coach Jurgen Klopp

Morocco has already seen a request to postpone the Africa Cup of Nations rejected, much to the shock of the BVB boss


South Africa or Ghana could replace Morocco as 2015 Afcon hosts
Ebola

The venue of the finals in early 2015 is in major doubt, with Morocco considering pulling out as a result of the Ebola virus epidemic


Why Nigeria were right to sack Keshi
Stephen Keshi in charge of Nigeria

COMMENT: The NFF made the right decision in firing the 52-year-old, but what can his successors learn in their quest to qualify Nigeria for the 2015 Afcon in Morocco?

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