Ghana lost to Egypt in a 1-0 game to give the Pharaohs their third time win in a row to become the 2010 champions of the African Cup of Nations. Continue reading ‘AFCON 2010: Well Done Ghana But Egypt Deserve It’
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Tags: AFCON 2010, African Cup of Nations, Angola, CAF, egypt, El Hadary, ghana, Hassan Shehata, Issa Hayatou, Natins Cup, Sepp Blatter
Tags: AFCON 2010, African Cup of Nations, Algeria, Angola 2010, CAF, egypt, football rivalry, ghana, Nigeria, North Africa, west africa
Northern African bitter rivals – Egypt and Algeria – and West African football giants Ghana and Nigeria are expected to showcase the finest African football today in the two semi-finals that have heightened tension. It is repeat or revenge in both games that would decide who goes to the finals of the African Cup of Nations in Angola. Continue reading ‘African football rivals in cliffhanger’
Tags: African Cup of Nations, Angola 2010, burkina faso, CAF, ghana, Ivory Coast
The Black Stars of Ghana slip through to the quarter finals of the African Cup of Nations after racing over the Stallions of Burkina Faso in a 1-0 game. It was a nervy game that saw the Stallions taking over the midfield in most parts of the game but Ghana’s youngster Dede Ayew was too much for the experience opponents. Continue reading ‘Black Stars prove critics wrong in a nervy game’
Tags: AFCON 2010, African Cup of Nations, Angola 2010, ghana, Nigeria
Ghanaian civil servants have received a directive from President John Atta-Mills to switch off all television sets during working hours to ensure productivity. However, this has not gone down well with the government workers some of whom enjoy watching local movies even at the expense of work.
Continue reading ‘Angola 2010: Row over office TV ban in Ghana’
Tags: AFCON, African Cup of Nations, Angola 2010, CAF, Cameroon, egypt, ghana, Nigeria
All too soon another African Cup of Nations is here with us again. I love football and it is the passion of most Africans. Next to religion is football in most African countries.
“We love football. We eat football and eat football. We can even commit suicide if our club loses a crucial league game,” I remember Mohammed Mould, a Zamalek fan telling me when I was doing a sports piece in Egypt last year. Continue reading ‘Angola 2010: My Heart Goes To…’