CAF in Need of a Storm

CAF in Need of a Storm

🕔21:37, 30.Apr 2015

by Segun Odegbami © Segun Odgbami (April 26th 2015) Wind of Change Buhari is the last name of Nigeria’s new President-elect. Any one living in Nigeria would not have been immune from the impact of the Buhari political storm that

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Challenging the Duopoly

Challenging the Duopoly

🕔16:43, 30.Apr 2015

by Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (April 29th 2014) Glory Days The days when València broke the duopoly of Barçelona and Real Madrid in Spanish football are long gone, although Atlético de Madrid have somehow found a way to challenge

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The New Reality

The New Reality

🕔16:26, 30.Apr 2015

by Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (April 30th 2014) The Rules of the Game Financial Fair Play (FFP) kicked in this season. Clubs had been given time to adjust to the new regime, but mega-rich clubs Manchester City and Paris

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Inflated

Inflated

🕔15:11, 30.Apr 2015

by Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (August 12th 2013) Predators Is there any industry other than football where contracts are so worthless? A crazy off-season is set to get worse. Uruguay’s Edinson Cavani had a poor Confederations’ Cup, but his

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They Think It’s All Over – It Isn’t Now

They Think It’s All Over – It Isn’t Now

🕔12:30, 28.Apr 2015

Editor’s Note Why bother with such an article again? Simple. The Europa League Final will be held in Poland this year. This match was a qualifying match. It meant that this team had to travel to a destination that was

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The Night of the Long Drawn-Out Affairs

The Night of the Long Drawn-Out Affairs

🕔11:23, 28.Apr 2015

by Traolach Kaye © Traolach Kaye (April 12th 2015) Andy Lee – The Big Winner Andy Lee maintained his fine recent form by recovering from two heavy early knock-downs to salvage a split draw against much-trumpeted Peter Quillin at the

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Broken Promises

Broken Promises

🕔11:15, 28.Apr 2015

Editorʼs Note Today (April 28th 2014) is the 21st anniversary of the terrible plane crash that shook African football to its core. With the kind permission of Empower-Sport Ltd. we are reprinting their story of the Gabon Plane Crash and

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Spanish Handballʼs Ambassador

Spanish Handballʼs Ambassador

🕔10:40, 19.Apr 2015

by Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (April 15th 2015) Exports If British handball is to progress, the players need to test themselves against the best players. Two foreigners who did just that emerged far better players as a result. Brasilian

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The Concrete Test

The Concrete Test

🕔23:21, 16.Apr 2015

by Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (April 8th 2015) Legacy Handball, especially the womenʼs game was the real test of Londonʼs Olympic Games. A fast-moving sport, where supporters get to see the full time advertised, it is an easy to

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Exodus?

Exodus?

🕔19:54, 15.Apr 2015

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (April 15th 2011) Trailblazer Left winger Elisabeth (Eli) Pinedo Sáenz wanted to test herself in the best womenʼs handball league in the world. Handball doesnʼt have transfer fees. Nor does it have huge deals

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