Posts in Europe
Emmanuel Frimpong: The end of a chapter

For a long-time, the former Arsenal midfielder has had to play through the pain. Now, at the tender age of 27, the former Ghanaian international has decided to hang up his boots. Lest we forget, he has left us with solid memories created across his experience in the Premier League, Russian Premier League, UEFA Champions League, English Championship etc

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Ballon d'Or winner, Ada Hegerberg's stance to sit out the 2019 World Cup a huge leap towards gender equality in football?

In light of Women’s History Month, Ada Hegerberg is one of the most inspirational ladies across the globe. After historically becoming the first woman ever to win the Ballon d’Or, Norway’s Hegerberg is also keen on using her platform to improve the women’s game. Even if it means she has to sacrifice her dream of playing at the 2019 Women’s FIFA World Cup.

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The rebirth of Ghana’s Jeffrey Schlupp

Upon becoming the Premier League champions in the 2015/16 season, Leicester City released the Ghanaian fullback to Crystal Palace. After months of playing second fiddle to many players, Schlupp has cemented his place in Palace’s midfield, courtesy of Roy Hodgson’s faith in the 26-year-old.

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Do Leicester City have a future star in South Africa's Khanya Leshabela?

Who said South Africans are too laid back to pursue careers away from home? They are definitely looting up spots in top European leagues, with the English Premier League not being an exception. The latest addition is Khanya, who has found a home amongst the Foxes.

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Mbwana Samatta is carrying Tanzania's torch in Europe

He is the first ever Tanzanian to play European football but is already creating the stuff of a legend. Averaging a goal in every Belgian Pro League match, topping the charts and helping Genk to a possible league title, Samatta is writing new history for Tanzanians. The CAF Champions league winner means business.

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This may be Iwobi's best chance to build a legacy at Arsenal. Can he seize it?

The 22-year-old Nigerian international clearly has the manager’s backing, as well as age and talent on his side when faced with the task of becoming one of Arsenal’s key players. But the time may be now or never for him to take the next step and secure his place at the club.

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Africans In The UCL: Aurier the winning wing-back as Hakimi & Dortmund fall to Spurs

Tottenham Hotspur are one-foot into the 2018/19 UEFA Champions League quarter-finals after seeing off Bundesliga leaders, Borussia Dortmund 3-0. Ivory Coast’s Aurier had a game to remember whereas that of Morocco’s Achraf Hakimi was one to forget.

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City may be on the rise, but Mahrez's yet to find his place in Pep's side

Algerian playmaker is Manchester City’s record signing of all time. Even though he is boasting of impressive stats such as 4 assists and a goal in 3 Champions League matches and 5 goals in 10 EPL appearances, more is expected - if he to become a regular in Pep’s side.

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