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Morocco 3-1 Togo: Morocco battle back to beat Togo at Cup of Nations

Herve Renard's Morocco came roaring back from behind to beat Togo 3-1 in Oyem on Friday and breathe life into their Africa Cup of Nations bid.

TRANSFER: Man City complete Jesus transfer

Brazilian starlet Gabriel Jesus has formally completed his move to Manchester City from Palmeiras, the Premier…

BAYERNS’ WAR-CRY: Munich’s Robben wants show of strength at Freiburg

Arjen Robben is demanding a show of strength when Bayern Munich resume their hunt for a fifth straight title a…

CHINA: Money man Tevez touches down in Shanghai

Argentine striker Carlos Tevez has arrived to a rousing welcome from hundreds of fans in Shanghai, where he wi…

It’s Adebayor’s responsibility to lead Togo in Afcon

Since leaving Crystal Palace last season, Emmanuel Adebayor has been without a club. But that did not show in …

Algeria on the brink after 2-1 defeat to Tunisia

Two defensive howlers left Algeria on the brink of elimination from the African Nations Cup as they lost 2-1 t…

Robinho recalled for Brazil's Chapecoense friendly

Former Real Madrid striker Robinho was recalled by Brazil for the first time in more than a year on Thursday t…

Man Utd oust Real Madrid from top of revenue league

Manchester United have deposed Real Madrid as the world's richest soccer club after revenue grew to a record $…

Middlesbrough complete signing of striker Bamford from Chelsea

Middlesbrough have completed the signing of former Chelsea striker Patrick Bamford on a four-and-a-half-year d…

Women Premier League:Holders,Thika Queens to face Vihiga Queens in league playoff

Holders, Zone A side Thika Queens will face off Zone B leaders Vihiga Queens in the 2016 Football Kenya Federa…

Rare Lucas goal edges Liverpool past Plymouth

Lucas ended a goal drought stretching back to 2010 and Divock Origi missed a late penalty as Liverpool beat fo…

Gabon in peril after second draw, Cameroon fight back

Hosts Gabon were on the brink of elimination from the African Nations Cup after a second successive draw on We…

TRAFFIC: Devil of accidents stalks Gabonese everyday

While still on matters traffic, I know this will sound like a contradiction, but there are accidents here ever…

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Tusker name squad for Champions league

After missing for an entire season, Tusker midfielder Brian Osumba has made a comeback and is included in the squad to play in the Africa Champions League.

Gerrard returns to Liverpool as academy coach

Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard will return to coach at their academy next month, the Premier League outfit said on Friday.

Costa to make Chelsea return, reveals Conte

Chelsea striker Diego Costa will return for Sunday's home game with Hull City after missing last weekend's 3-0 victory at Leicester City, manager Antonio Conte revealed on Friday.

Cristiano Ronaldo offered £85m a year from China says agent Jorge Mendes

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is determined to sell Cristiano Ronaldo, according to the Sun.

Wenger’s say on Marco van Basten's proposal to scrap offsides and yellow cards

The mooted ideas put forward by the FIFA technical director Marco van Basten include the scrapping of the offside rule, more substitutions and swapping yellow cards for sin bins.

CASH KINGS: Man Utd generated Sh76 billion to dethrone Real Madrid as money men

Manchester United’s relative failure on the pitch has not been reflected off it as for the first time in over a decade they top Deloitte’s Football Money League for revenue in the 2015/16 season.

CLASSES: Social stratification big bother to Gabonese

Though Gabon’s income is about four times that of other sub-Saharan African nations, majority of this wealth is in the hands of a few.

Real Madrid surprise coach Zidane

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane admitted he was surprised by his side’s slow start as they slumped to a second defeat in four days, 2-1 at home to Celta Vigo in the first leg of their Copa del Rey quarter-final on Wednesday.

UNEASY FELINES: Cameroon and Gabon Panthers not having their way at AFCON

If Gabon’s leaders were looking for the African Cup of Nations to provide a joyous distraction for a country fractured by violent elections six months ago, it’s not working out that way. And if Cameroon was looking for an easy time against the tournament debutants from Guinea-Bissau, that didn’t happen either.