Ahmed Hossan ‘Mido’ refuses to accept that he has been dismissed by SC Zamelek.
This Feature examines the young players of African origin who look set to ensure a glittering future for Jose Mourinho’s Premier League giants. Chelsea may have offloaded Michael Essien to AC Milan during the transfer window, but Jose Mourinho’s admiration
With the 48th edition of Africa’s Premiere club competition in the books, Soccer Laduma hands out its annual awards for the 2012 CAF Champions League.
Esperance secure a slight advantage over Al-Ahly in a tense 1-1 draw in the African Champions League final first leg in Alexandria Sunday night saw the first leg of the African Champions League final between Esperance and Al-Ahly played out
Al Ahly overcame Sunshine Stars of Nigeria to book their place in the final of the African Champions League, the Cairene side will face Espérance of Tunisia in what promises to be an epic matchup.
Jude Aneke – A Record Breaker in Port Said After weeks and months of speculation, Jude Aneke finally made the switch away from West Africa, leaving Warri Wolves to sign for Al Masry. This profile outlines what the Egyptian audience can
It never rains but it pours: Zamalek suffer as Egypt’s dark day continues in Congo
Crisis = Danger & Turning Points It is a common misconception that the Chinese word for crisis ‘wēijī’ is composed of two characters, the first representing danger, the second representing opportunity. It is a trope often repeated by American politicians;
Foreign football shirts are universal across the African continent. Walking through Abidjan or Yamoussoukro, the Chelsea blue with Drogba 11 on the back can be seen in every direction. Similarly, Essien 5, in the same azure hue, abounds in Accra,