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David Moyes becomes the latest recent victim of ‘bad’ football advisers

April 24, 2014 7:03 pm0 comments
David Moyes becomes the latest recent victim of ‘bad’ football advisers

Bad football advisers are ruing the game of football and should be responsible for the hiring and sacking of David Moyes. The fact that they play a crucial role in recruitment process but are not brought to the limelight to justify their recommendation.

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A preview of 2014 FIFA world cup qualification playoff African zone return fixture

November 13, 2013 6:55 pm0 comments
A preview of 2014 FIFA world cup qualification playoff  African zone return fixture

A preview of the 2014 FIFA World Cup playoff qualifications Africa Zone return leg scheduled for 15th to 19th November 2013 at various venues. My prediction on the 5 nations that will qualify taking into considerations result of the first leg played between 12th to 15th October 2013.

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10 African nations close in on qualification for 2014 world cup

October 9, 2013 7:11 pm0 comments
10 African nations close in on qualification for 2014 world cup

A preview of the 5 WCQ play offs matches, to determine which 5 African Nations represent the Continent in Rio 2014. The first leg scheduled between 12th to 15th October 2013 and second leg scheduled for 16th to 19th November 2013. The draw pairs Tunisia vs Cameroon, Ghana vs Egypt, Ethiopia vs Nigeria, Burkina Faso vs Algeria and Ivory Coast vs Senegal

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Africa football nations seek a pass to round 3 WCQ

September 9, 2013 7:17 pm0 comments
Africa football nations seek a pass to round 3 WCQ

The final match of Round 2 for the 2014 World Cup Qualifiers was played last weekend. The hype around the world has been low key compared to previous world cup qualifiers. However, the preparations have been similar with a number of key players recalled for the crucial fixture. The atmosphere, press releases and squad report remind me of the days leading to a final examination paper. It involved making calls to star pupils for study groups, pestering the lecturers for examination clues and panicking at time constraints. The big African nations that needed a favourable result to advance to the final Round 3 were in a similar state. For instance, […]

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Nelson Mandela Sports Day, a Good Springboard to Promote Fairness in Sports

August 10, 2013 1:35 pm0 comments
Nelson Mandela Sports Day, a Good Springboard to Promote Fairness in Sports

Countries or organization arrange sporting events as a powerful tool to promote an objective. The objective of a sporting event could be for celebration of an achievement, promotion of ideas, competition or inspiration. In certain cases, sports events are planned just to unite together a group of individuals.

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3 African Football Association are being investigated by FIFA

July 2, 2013 10:26 pm0 comments
3 African Football Association are being investigated by FIFA

One of the many benefits of technology ….in today’s world is the easy access to information. Thus, it was with intrigue …that I reacted to the news about a FIFA probe

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