How Far Will Africa Go in the 2018 World Cup?
Volker Finke, a former coach of German football club SC Freiburg, does not believe that an African team will "make it very far" in the 2018 World Cup, writes Aarni Kuoppamäki for Deutsche Welle.
Will Pele's Prediction of an African Team Winning World Cup Come True This Year?
Nation, 19 May 2018
After the sterling performances of Tunisia in 1978, Morocco in 1986 and Cameroon in 1990, O Rei (The King) Pele predicted that an African team was going to win the Fifa World Cup… Read more »
World Cup - Keep an Eye On the Atlas Lions
Monitor, 24 May 2018
Morocco returns with a squad filled with exciting young talents and in Herve Renard a coach who is adept at organising a unit defensively, indeed there was no better illustration… Read more »
Egypt's El-Hadary Poised for World Cup History
Nation, 21 May 2018
Barring a miracle, Egypt's captain Essam El-Hadary will make history in Russia by becoming the oldest person to play in the Fifa World Cup this year. Read more »
Omeruo, Stephen Eze Shine in Eagles Training
Guardian, 24 May 2018
Chelsea defender, Kenneth Omeruo and Lokomotiv Plovdiv star, Stephen Eze shone like million stars at Super Eagles training yesterday in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. Read more »
What Are Africa's Chances for the 2018 World Cup?
DW, 6 December 2017
No African soccer team has ever reached the World Cup semi-finals. For the 2018 tournament in Russia, five strong teams could change that. But it's not going to be an easy feat. Read more »
While Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr has identified the match against Croatia as the toughest his wards will play at the Russia 2018 World Cup, the team has received caution from ... Read more »