Sky’s the limit for Ayew
PARIS (AFM) - One of the brightest of Ghana’s rising Black Stars, Andre Ayew seems poised to make a splash at the FIFA World Cup this summer, something his famous father, Abedi ‘Pele’ Ayew, never did. African Football Media looks at the talented and driven youngster hoping to break out at South Africa 2010.
 
No breaks for a united Africa
WASHINGTON DC (AFM) - With all eyes turning to the World Cup, the continent's representatives in this summer's finals were handed difficult draws for South Africa 2010. African Football Media takes a look at the six teams and explains why underdog status may not be so bad.
 
Two weeks of brilliance and blame in Angola
WASHINGTON DC (AFM) - After a fortnight of action and the completion of the group stage, the African Cup of Nations in Angola has certainly, if not all that surprisingly, been peculiar. If the start to what some have called the ‘Year of Africa’ is representative, then 2010 figures to be an erratic celebration of football and life. Join AFM for a look.
 
Lagerback: No limits for Nigeria
LAGOS (AFM) - Lars Lagerback is Nigeria’s 23rd expatriate coach since Englishman John Finch in 1949, but he is the first Scandinavian to handle the Super Eagles. The former Sweden national team manager talks with AFM about his new hot seat, picking the right players, the future of Nwankwo Kanu and whether a spot in the World Cup semi-finals is possible.
 
Wasps look to the Stars
ACCRA (AFM) - Last year Sellas Tetteh became the first African to coach a team to glory at the FIFA U-20 World Cup when he took Ghana's Black Satellites to the title in Egypt. Before that he helped the respected Black Stars on their way to the 2010 World Cup. And now he is gearing up to help Rwanda become a force in East Africa. He speaks to African Football Media.
 
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