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No longer the Fresh Prince of Milan: What has happened to Boateng?
Kevin-Prince Boateng - Milan

The Ghanaian was a big hit when he first arrived at San Siro, but his recent performances have been a long way shy of those that made him a fans' favourite

QPR defender Mbia apologises for seeing red against Arsenal
Stephane Mbia

The Cameroon international says sorry to fans on Twitter and will now miss the Hoops' next three Premier League games, but manager Mark Hughes defends the 26-year-old's actions

Kevin-Prince Boateng's poor form is not my responsibility, says girlfriend
Kevin Boateng - Milan

The midfielder's other half has dismissed suggestions that their relationship is having a negative impact on the Ghanaian's performances

Manchester City recall midfielder Razak from Charlton loan
Abdul Razak , Manchester City

The 19-year-old made two appearances for the Addicks but has now returned to the North West before his temporary transfer expired in the January transfer window

Mbia: I thought QPR played in Scotland
Stephane Mbia (OM)

The versatile Cameroon international has explained how his move to London came about and admitted that Hoops manager Mark Hughes "did not really know" much about him


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Ghana is not on Drogba's Mind E-mail
Written by Patrick Doamekpor   

Senegal, Morocco, Tunisia and Gabon are the teams to watch.Chelsea striker Didier Drogba predicts that Ivory Coast will impress in the African Cup of Nations in January.

The African side disappointed fans after being knocked out in last year's quarter-finals, but Drogba is confident that the Ivorians have the quality in their squad to succeed in the tournament in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.
"We are going to have a lot of fans from Ivory Coast there but it doesn't really matter where you play because whenever you go to a competition you go to win," he told Chelsea's website.
"We had a good qualification and this competition is the one all the African countries want to win so this one is going to be tough again."
"There is Senegal, there is Morocco, there is Tunisia, there is Gabon who are playing at home so they are going to be a good team, and there will always be some surprises," he said.
"Only one will win the cup, I hope we are going to be the country."
Drogba was part of the side which was beaten on penalties by Egypt in the final of the tournament in 2006 and the Ivorian believes the experience of their opponents was the key.
"We could have won it because our squad was really good but it is not only about the quality of the squad, and when you play teams like Egypt they had a lot of understanding because they had played together for nine years," he said.
"When we lost to Egypt it was in Egypt and we lost on penalties."
"We had a great tournament but I hope this season is going to be better than the last African Cup when we went out in the quarter-finals."
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