Abd-Rabou, Egypt's new prince
CAIRO (AFM) - Egypt's Hosni Abd Rabou was named best player at the 2008 African Cup of Nations and may well be the key figure as the Pharaohs turn their attentions to South Africa 2010. AFM tells the dramatic story of the African prodigy that has tasted glory but also suffered heartbreak. 
Elephants hunting big game
ACCRA (AFM) - While African teams have an impact on several FIFA World Cups, many expect South Africa 2010 to be the event where one of the nations finally reaches the high-water mark of the semi-finals. The team most are tipping to do that are Côte D’Ivoire, who are busy impressing at the Cup of Nations in Ghana. Several of their key players talked to AFM in Accra.
Premier League duo fire Egypt dreams
CAIRO (AFM) - With a strong league and some of the biggest clubs in Africa, Egypt has not traditionally sent many players abroad. However, after two consecutive CAF Africa Cup of Nations confirmed the presence of a golden generation of players, several of the Pharaohs are now plying their trade abroad. Two of them, Ahmed ‘Mido’ Hossam and Amr Zaki, spoke to AFM about their success in the English Premier League.
Ghana’s next shooting star
LONDON (AFM) - At any given moment there are names floating through the heads and across the desks of the managers of major European clubs; hot young prospects poised in their relative obscurity but on the cusp of a big breakthrough. The name of Ghanaian Anthony Annan is at the top of those lists, and he is talking to African Football Media.

Football flowers on the Saharan ‘shore’
BAMAKO (AFM) - A hard-scrabble neighbour of the Sahara Desert, the Sahel is an unlikely footballing hotspot in Africa. African Football Media takes a trip through the past and present of this inhospitable but fascinating area.
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