Lessons learned for Rajevac
ACCRA (AFM) - Taking second behind DR Congo at the inaugural CAF African Nations Championship (CHAN) carries no shame for Ghana’s Serbian boss, as AFM found out. Milovan Rajevac, who took over the Black Stars from Claude Le Roy last year, believes the tournament was a positive learning experience and will help his senior squad in the South Africa 2010 qualifying tests to come.
 
Amodu: Nigeria on the rise
LAGOS (AFM) - The man recently entrusted with the task of reviving an out-of-sorts Nigerian national team is none other than Shaibu Amodu. Back for his third stint in charge of the Super Eagles, the 50-year-old tactician speaks out for the first time to African Football Media on the task ahead for the Super Eagles, his hopes of reaching South Africa 2010 and forging a new, more complete squad.
 
Stumble brings trouble for Egypt

CAIRO (AFM) - When Egypt’s star-studded side failed to overcome Zambia in Cairo Stadium in 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifying, it wasn’t merely two points they lost. The shaky draw in their first test of the final round was a sudden jolt to the nerves of fervent supporters, who have seen their side falter at the final hurdle of qualifying all too often. AFM catches up with the team trying to stay on track.

 
Away From Home: Barnsley’s Nigerian giant-killer
LONDON (AFM) - Nigeria’s Kayode Odejayi and Ghana’s Sulley Muntari were the unlikely heroes of African football this weekend as their goals led Barnsley over Chelsea and Portsmouth over Manchester United and into the FA Cup semi-finals respectively. Join AFM for a look at more Africans Abroad.
 
Practice makes perfect for Namibia
ACCRA (AFM) - Despite being one of the teams to head home from the 2008 African Cup of Nations after the group stages, with just one point from a very tough Group A, Namibian football is on an upswing. The man likely to lead them towards the glory of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa, veteran Dutch coach Arie Schans, talked exclusively with AFM about the ‘Brave Warriors’ emerging stars, the finals in Ghana, why African nations can’t reach the last four at a FIFA World Cup and more.
 
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