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Discussion in 'Africa' started by soccer krazy, Nov 3, 2006.
Senegal's Papiss Cisse joins Newcastle
Nigeria's Rabiu Ibrahim joins Celtic
Cameroon's Carlos Kameni joins malaga
Ghana's Stephen Appiah joins Vojvodina
Gabon's Daniel Cousin joins Rangers
Great column about African Cup of Nations:
Gyan apparently has informed their FA he will no longer be available for from international calls...
Sad: I was looking forward to seeing him play for Ghana against in Chile in Philly on the 29th.
Hmmm David N'gog has (apparently) finally agreed to wear the Cameroon shirt. For those of u familiar with African & Cameroonian football in particular, u will remember there was a huge controversy going into WC 2010 when Ngog apparently turned down an invitation from Paul LeGuen coz Paul wouldn't guarantee him a starting spot on the team...
Link below (French)
If u understand French, i'll suggest u read the comments. Very interesting view from the day-2-day Jo on the issue & how the Songs & Eto'o are involved.
Amazing story of Burundi's Gael Bigirimana who know plays in England
They already started the media war to get Dongou to take up Spanish nationality & play for Spain as opposed to Cameroon :facepalm: Well Eto'o wont let that happen!
Eboue scored 1 goal and played Man Of the Match performance in full 90 minute game.
Trabzonspor : 2 - Galatasaray : 4
Zokora played full 90minute for home team.
Guinea's Constant joins Milan on loan Milan
Bongani Khumalo linked to Thessaloniki.
Senegal's El Hadji Diouf joins Leeds United
Ivory Coast's Arouna Kone joins Wigan
Fabrice Muamba announces retirement
Cameroon's 16yr old Fabrice Olinga makes history as the youngest scorer in the spanish league
Alex Song (CMR) joins Barcelona from Arsenal.
What's up my brothers? i am new to this forum, im somali. I don't know much about african football, but i will keep reading and informing myself.
Karibu (swahili for Welcome) Where abouts are you from?
Scandinavia. I don't speak swahili but thanks for the welcome.
Damn... Alain Traore is just such a remarkable player... Two spectacular goals in one game to help his team win 2:1 whilst playing 9 against 11. After last year one would think he would be as hyped up as Hazard or Giroud, but no...
And his younger brother Bertrand Traore is as talented if not more...
Sierran leone's Kei Kamara inspiring story from refugee to soccer player