The hosts are No. 4 in on world the rankings and will have the home crowd behind them, as they try to duplicate their fellow men’s side, Les Bleus’ title triumph in Russia last year and live up to high expectations in the pool that pundits, arguably, called as “Group of Death”, comprising of the hosts France, Norway, Korea Republic and Nigeria. Below we zoom into Group A of the women’s world cup and analyze each team’s chances of progressing to the next stage of the tournament.Read More
He is not just the oldest player to appear in world cup match, Egypt’s El Hadary is one of the greatest footballers the continent has ever seen. A master in his craft and with loads of silverware to show for it.Read More
They showed up, backed up their heroes, and built a reputation around their gratitude towards their nations inclusion in the 2018 World Cup Do you remember the phenomenal Senegalese fans at the 2018 FIFA World Cup?Read More
Starting off our 2018 recap is Morocco and their 2026 World Cup bid. The country should be seen as brave heroes who reminded the continent of the limitless things that can be achieved with strong determination and character, but more importantly, leadership.Read More
Barcelona seem to be in need of a fix right now and yes, Messi could be it. But for how long will the La Liga giants hinge on the five time World’s Best Player’s abilities? With the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner, Ousmane Dembele looking a different player, is it perhaps time for the five time Champions League winners to think ahead and find new heroes?Read More
Manchester City may just win the EPL title again or even grab a UEFA champions league trophy. They are looking a team.
World Cup winner Paul Pogba will look to continue his winning ways with Manchester United this season.Read More
Mohamed Salah of Liverpool celebrates scoring the first goal with Roberto Firmino during the Quarter Final Second Leg match between Manchester City and Liverpool at Etihad Stadium on April 10, 2018 in Manchester, England.Read More
Pierre Aubameyang will look to continue his excellent form with Arsenal FC this season.
Messi Day, Thunderclaps, and the ultimate trolls. Game 2 had it all!Read More
After disappointing starts from Morocco and Nigeria, Tunisia must shoulder the hopes of the African continent at the World Cup 2018.Read More
Check out our new World Cup 2018 Trailer on our homepage and let us know what you think!Read More
"I have to prove that I'm able and worthy to go and play"Read More
"To be honest with you I can't see any of them go further than the quarter-finals."Read More
Return date set between two-three weeks for the Brazilian superstarRead More
Atletico seemingly accepting their fate as Griezmann departure looks probableRead More
Stars that could miss the World CupRead More
This digest summarizes the most memorable moments in the year as far as African football is concerned, with of course one or two special highlights from around the world. The dominance of Mohamed Salah is captured, Kaka’s career regurgitated, Cameroon’s African triumph recognized amongst many other ground breaking stories of 2017.