Toure, Anonman crowned Africa's best
Posted On Wednesday, 26th December 2012
Côte d’Ivoire midfielder Yaya Toure has been named the 2012 CAF African Player of the Year for the second year in succession, while Equatorial Guinea’s Genoveva Anonman was honoured as the continent’s top female footballer.
Ghana duo Andre and Jordan Ayew will be working under a new manager at Olympique Marseille following the dismissal of Elie Baup.
Berekum Chelsea pulled away from the relegation zone temporarily after a 1-0 win over Liberty Professionals at home on Saturday.
The U.S. might be in a 'Group of Death' for the 2014 World Cup. But experienced players and a competitive mind-set make the Americans formidable.
Portugal coach Paulo Bento says Germany are the favourites to win World Cup Group G, but has backed his side to progress from what he describes as a "balanced" section.
Acknowledging the challenges presented by Germany, Portugal and Ghana, Clint Dempsey and Co. looked ahead to the Americans' World Cup schedule.
After Friday's 2014 World Cup draw at Costa Do Sauipe, the analysis have been flying and the general consensus remains that Ghana had the toughest draw on the night.
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