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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
City ace Yaya Toure refuses to rule out PSG move

The Ivory Coast international says he would "never close the door to a big club", while he believes his current club's poor form can be put down to post-World Cup fatigue


Okocha questions Nigeria players' passion following Afcon failure
Jay Jay Okocha Nigeria

EXCLUSIVE: The former Super Eagles star has told Goal that the current national crop need to convince the public that they care about playing for their national team


Nigeria surrender Afcon crown as Keshi nears the end of the road

The Super Eagles needed to beat South Africa in Uyo, but could only manage a draw, and have lost their continental title before the finals have even begun


South Africa boss Mashaba left frustrated at Nigeria draw
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The Bafana Bafana boss saw his side stop the African champions from reaching next year's finals but was aggrieved that they failed to hang on to a two-goal lead


Egypt fail to reach Africa Cup of Nations finals

A 2-1 defeat to Tunisia dashed the hopes of the tournament's most successful side while Mali booked their place

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