James Nolan reviews what has been a strong decade for football in the Ivory Coast as a legend calls it a day.
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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.
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.
With the African Cup of Nations already developing into a captivating tournament, Matt Carter brings us the main talking points.
Matt Carter looks ahead to the African Cup of Nations which gets underway in Equatorial Guinea on Saturday.
For those vying for the remaining six slots at the African Cup of Nations, an anxiety doused final date awaits, 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.
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.