Guinea’s win over Uganda in the AFCON qualifiers was the fitting finale to a compelling story, writes Matt Carter.
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For those vying for the remaining six slots at the African Cup of Nations, an anxiety doused final date awaits, writes Matt Carter.
Uganda face Guinea needing just a point to end their AFCON absence, writes Matt Carter.
Ivory Coast boss Herve Renard is in danger of failing in his task of guiding one of the continent’s superpowers to the 2015 African Cup of Nations.
Matt Carter reports on a 2015 ACFON in limbo and the complicated issues that have brought us to the tournament to the brink.
After another enthralling week of African Cup of Nations qualification, Matt Carter discusses all the key talking points.
The Ebola crisis has been a rumbling undercurrent to AFCON qualification, yet recent developments have seen the virus – purely in footballing terms – become a problem of tidal wave proportions.
AFCON qualification reconvenes this weekend and with Morocco drawing ever closer the action promises to be at its captivating dramatic best.
After a week of breathless week of AFCON qualification – which contained no shortage of dramatic stories – we review the most significant talking points as January’s showpiece grows ever closer.
After World Cup disaster, Matt Carter reports that Cameroon might have negotiated their way onto the roads of recovery.