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Kabylie banned from home games over Ebosse death
The Algerian football federation on Friday banned JS Kabylie from playing home games for the rest of the season after the death of Cameroon striker Albert Ebosse. Read full article
Dramatic win fails to save Ghana coach
Ghana parted company with coach Kwesi Appiah on Friday 48 hours after a dramatic win away to neighbours Togo resurrected their African Nations Cup qualifying campaign. Read full article
Egypt FA backs Gharib
Egyptian Football Association chairman Gamal Allam has assured that Egypt's head coach, Shawky Gharib, will not leave his position. Read full article
Zokora calls times on international career
Ivory Coast defender Didier Zokora announced on Monday in an interview with the national press that he is calling time on his international career. Read full article
‘Ebosse killed by piece of slate’
A piece of slate thrown from the stands killed Cameroon striker Albert Ebosse during his Algerian club JS Kabylie's match with USM Alger according to the Algerian Sports Minister cited by local media on Sunday. Read full article
Egyptian star sentenced to jail term
An Egyptian court has sentenced Al Ahly player Emad Meteb to six months in jail and also fined him $3 000 after a scuffle with two police officers. Read full article
Top 20 African transfers of the summer
The 2014 summer transfer window ended on Monday, with Barcelona’s new recruit Luis Suarez topping the list of transfer fees at €81 million. However, African players also had their share Read full article
Sporting ready to let Shikabala go
Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon have given Egyptian international Mahmoud Abdel Razek Shikabala the green light to move from the team for a season-long loan, supersport.com has been informed. Read full article
Maritimo hook Egyptian midfielder
Club Sport Marítimo have announced that they have completed the signing of the Egyptian playmaker, Mohamed Ibrahim, for five years Read full article
Algeria league to resume after Ebosse tragedy
Algeria’s domestic league will be resuming on September 12 after being suspended last week following the tragic death of Cameroonian player Albert Ebossé of JS Kabylie Read full article
Webo quits Lions
Fenerbahçe forward Pierre Achille Webo has announced his retirement from international football, after 11 years with Cameroon national team Read full article
Djabou to stay at Club Africain
Tunisian side, Club Africain, have announced their player, Abdelmoumene Djabou, will stay at the club till the end of this season Read full article
CS Sfaxien want Vita clash moved
Football Tunisian Federation has sent to Caf asking them to move the African Champions League semifinal match between Club Sportif Sfaxien and Vita Club out of DR Congo Read full article
Raja backs down on signing Feindouno
Raja Casablanca of Morocco have announced they will not sign 33-year-old Guinean, Pascal Feindouno, for medical reasons Read full article
Broos set for JS Kabylie exit
JS Kabylie head coach, Hugo Broos, has announced he will leave the team and return back to Belgium to be with his family as he does not feel safe in Algeria Read full article
Algeria close stadium, ban Kabylie
An Algerian football club has been banned from using its stadium pending investigations after one of its players was hit on the head and killed by an object thrown by fans. Read full article
Algeria suspend all football after player death
Algeria have suspended all football this weekend in memory of Albert Ebosse, the striker killed on Saturday after being struck by an object thrown from the crowd during a Ligue 1 match. Read full article
African stars shine in Europe
A roundup of the African stars performances across Europe where Emmanuel Adebayor stole the headlines as Spurs smashed QPR. Read full article
Cameroon player dies in Algeria
A Cameroonian player of Algerian club JS Kabylie died on Saturday after he was hit by an object hurled on to the pitch by a local fan following the team’s 2-1 loss to visiting USM Alger, a police report said Read full article
Morocco okay to host Cup - Fifa
Fifa confirmed on Thursday that the 2014 Club World Cup featuring Real Madrid will go ahead in Morocco during December despite the Ebola epidemic affecting Africa. Read full article
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