Gerry Farrell goes back almost a century to look at South Africa’s trip to Ireland as part of a three month tour of Europe.
Archive for the ‘Africa’ Category
Damien Edgar spoke with Lisburn man Johnny McKinstry who is at the start of a new chapter in an exciting African adventure.
James Nolan reviews what has been a strong decade for football in the Ivory Coast as a legend calls it a day.
Neil Sherwin and Paul Little look at Paul Lambert’s sacking, discuss the Premier League results, and discuss Ivory Coast’s AFCON success.
With the dust now settling on an eventful AFCON, Matt Carter assesses who will be leaving with their heads held high and who had a tournament to forget.
West African duo Ghana and Ivory Coast are within a single win of righting a decade of AFCON wrongs, writes Matt Carter.
Equatorial Guinea’s compelling 2015 AFCON adventure looks to have ended on a very sour note, writes Matt Carter.
Neil Sherwin, Ger McCarthy and Paul Little discuss Harry Redknapp’s departure from QPR, a disappointing Deadline Day, the AFCON and the Asian Cup Final.
DR Congo’s second half demolition of neighbours Republic of Congo offered signals that just maybe the sleeping giants are ready to rise, writes Matt Carter.
The unexpected triumphs of Equatorial Guinea and Congo illustrates the sheer unpredictability of AFCON, writes Matt Carter.