When Lions stalked and Eagles soared
DAKAR (AFM) - Senegal made history twice over at the 2002 FIFA World Cup. Not only did they open the tournament by beating World and European Champions France, but they went on to become only the second African nation to reach the last eight of the world’s showpiece event.
 
New stars in Africa's sky
ABIDJAN (AFM) - The inaugural CAF African Nations Championship (CHAN for short) in Côte d'Ivoire produced its fair share of thrills and surprises, with Congo DR shocking the competition open only to players plying their trade in their domestic leagues. As a perfect shop window on some of the continent’s top young players and hidden gems, AFM shines the spotlight on seven of the finals’ top performers
 
Vogts explains Nigeria departure
LAGOS (AFM) – Speaking to African Football Media, recently resigned Nigeria boss Berti Vogts replies to FIFA President Blatter’s assertion that the West Africans failed at the Africa Cup of Nations because Vogts never took up residence on the continent.
 
Abd-Rabou: Missing 2006 made me hungry
CAIRO (AFM) - Hosni Abd-Rabou tells African Football Media that he believes his absence from Egypt's triumphant 2006 Africa Cup of Nations campaign was the key to his best player display this year in Ghana. He is hoping to keep the momentum going in qualifying for South Africa 2010.
 
Shared passion of Tanzania

ABIDJAN (AFM) - Building a national team on a strong core of players from the same club is not a new concept. It is, however, one that has captured the imagination in Tanzania as the country’s top club sent nearly their entire starting eleven to wear the national colours at the CAF African Nations Championship, in hopes of bolstering both club and country’s future.

 
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