Matt Carter looks ahead to the African Cup of Nations which gets underway in Equatorial Guinea on Saturday.
Posts Tagged ‘Algeria’
Alex Wood discusses the evolution of the position between the posts and the new age “sweeper-keeper”.
Reaction to Wednesday’s 2015 African Cup of Nations, which included the unearthing of the most terrifying group of death.
Algeria’s Lakhdar Belloumi is the latest legend to be featured in Alan Robins’ series.
Charles Pulling discusses a resurgent and exciting Algerian side ready to make history.
England finally kick-started their slow start to the World Cup with an improved performance and a 1-0 win over Slovenia, progressing to the last sixteen on top of Group C as they await one of any of the teams on Group D.
As the nation crashes and burns at the World Cup, non-French Ligue 1 players might be France’s best chance to shine.
After a bit of an off-season hiatus, Off The Cuff’s Ed Diggins is back and leaves no stone unturned with an indepth look at Fabio Capello’s England.
As England go into their final group game against Slovenia needing a win to guarantee an extended stay in the tournament, Mark Jepson is optimistic about his side’s chances.
32 nations. 64 games. Millions watching worldwide. Many of whom are scratching their heads and wondering why their country is struggling so much at the World Cup. European Champions Inter Milan may hold the key to the answer. England and Italy have both opened with a pair of uninspiring draws against less illustrious opponents, while France can […]