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Carlisle United boss Curle in no rush to offer longer deal for in-form Ghanaian striker Derek Asamoah thumbnail

Carlisle United boss Curle in no rush to offer longer deal for in-form Ghanaian striker Derek Asamoah

Carlisle boss Keith Curle insists he won’t rush into handing Ghanaian striker Derek Asamoah a season-long contract at the English side.
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Graphic workers terrified by sports reporter Kenu’s dismissal

Workers of the Graphic Communications Group Limited say they now work in fear following the dismissal of one of their colleagues, Daniel Kenu.
AC Milan star Sulley Muntari vows to do anything to beat Inter in today's derby thumbnail

AC Milan star Sulley Muntari vows to do anything to beat Inter in today's derby

AC Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari has stated that he would do anything to win the tough Italian Serie A clash called the Derby della Madonnina against Inter on Sunday.
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Kojo blames Nigeria President Goodluck Jonathan for Eagles ouster from AFCON

Outspoken former head of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Anthony Kojo Williams has blamed President Goodluck Jonathan for the failure of the Super Eagles to qualify for next year’s Africa Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea.
Video: Watch John Antwi's super header for Ismaily in the Egyptian Premier League thumbnail

Video: Watch John Antwi's super header for Ismaily in the Egyptian Premier League

Watch John Antwi's impressive header for Ismaily as they drew 1-1 with Al Ittihad in the Egyptian Premier League on Saturday afternoon.
AFCON 2015: Hayatou saved African football — Foussena Djagba thumbnail

AFCON 2015: Hayatou saved African football — Foussena Djagba

Top African sports consultant Foussena Djagba has hailed the President of the Confederation of African Football Football (CAF), Issa Hayatou for his foresight in not postponing next year’s Africa Cup of Nations, originally billed to be staged in Morocco but now holding in Equatorial Guinea.
Prince Buaben: Ghanaian midfielder fails to play for Hearts despite injury return as they triumph over Rangers in Scotland thumbnail

Prince Buaben: Ghanaian midfielder fails to play for Hearts despite injury return as they triumph over Rangers in Scotland

Ghanaian international midfielder Prince Buaben made a return from injury but was unused by Hearts of Midlothian who defeated Rangers 2-0 in the Scottish Championship top-liner on Saturday.