Sunday: If only the post had been better
ACCRA (AFM) - One of Ghana's greatest footballers, Ibrahim Sunday owns the special distinction of being the first Ghanaian player to win the African Footballer of the Year award in 1971. He spoke exclusively to AFM about his career, his present and how things may have been very different had the postal system in Ghana been working more efficiently at the time.
 
Namibia’s netminder hears with his heart
WINDHOEK (AFM) - Being a goalkeeper at international level is hard enough. Namibia’s number-one Athiel Mbaha has to do the job without being able to hear, but his best friend and goalkeeping understudy doesn’t mind sharing his ears. They speak to African Football Media.
 
How Egypt conquered the continent
CAIRO (AFM) - Despite often being overlooked heading into the Cup of Nations, Egypt have proven themselves dominant in Africa recently. AFM takes a look at how the Pharaohs have become the team to beat on the continent.
 
The Pharaohs, Africa’s flawed royalty
CAIRO (AFM) - African Football Media takes an in-depth look at Egypt on the road to the 2010 FIFA World Cup, speaking to many of their stars and coach Hassan Shehata about the state of the seven-time African champions.
 
Mokoena on life after Parreira
LONDON (AFM) - South Africa captain Aaron Mokoena spoke exclusively with African Football Media about the shock departure of coach Carlos Alberto Parreira, the overall state of Bafana, what it means to host the next World Cup and more.
 
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