Eliot Rothwell explores the lack of success for African teams at this World Cup and ponders the fact that none of the African teams were managed by African managers.
Posts Tagged ‘Ghana’
Uruguay and Ghana fought tooth and nail throughout 120 minutes of football, but it was the South Americans who booked their place in the World Cup semi finals following a penalty shootout.
Netherlands v Brazil Port Elizabeth, Friday at 3PM Brazil breezed past Chile somewhat unsurprisingly in the second round. So far, Dunga’s men are looking fantastic and are well on course to deliver yet another world title. The tactics and the structure of their side is unbreakable, and with the right mix of quality and skill […]
It’s time to get down to the real business, the final sixteen of the World Cup. After what was nothing short of a group stage of disappointments in between a few shocks, the deadwood has been put to one side and the cream of the World Cup crop after left to fulfill our summer’s entertainment. […]
A superb battling performance from Australia against Serbia was not enough to progress to the knockout phase of the tournament as Germany and Ghana progressed from 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.
Australia’s hopes of emulating their 2006 knockout stage appearance hangs by a thread after their 1-1 draw with Ghana in Group D today.
Having had my last accumulator rudely scuppered by a rather dull 0-0 draw between the Ivory Coast and Portugal, the World Cup duly decided to rub it in by allowing the Swiss to beat the favourites Spain and simultaneously splash a further helping of egg on my face. Despite this, I have come back for […]
1. Nil A lot of people were predicting this game to be the first goal-fest of the 2010 World Cup, but look at Ghana’s recent competitive record, and you’ll find this result popping up a lot. In the 17 matches they have played in both qualifying and the 2010 African Cup of Nations, seven […]
Ghana make their second consecutive appearance at a World Cup Finals in South Africa. After a respectable last 16 appearance in 2006, the Ghanaians will be looking to go one step further this time around. At the head of their strike force will be 24-year-old Asamoah Gyan. Although appearing at his second finals, Gyan’s relatively […]