Five African teams have qualified for the World Cup this year, and with the tournament fast approaching, everyone is asking whether this will be the year that an African team fulfils the continent's dream of World Cup success...
How Will African Teams Perform At Next Month's FIFA Soccer World Cup?
Namibia Economist, 22 May 2018
Five African teams have qualified for the World Cup this year, and with the tournament fast approaching, everyone is asking whether this will be the year that an African team… Read more »
World Cup - Super Eagles Will Survive Tough Group - Utaka
Leadership, 20 May 2018
Former Montpellier striker John Utaka believes Super Eagles will weather the storm to qualify from their dreaded Group D of 2018 FIFA World Cup Read more »
African teams (file photo).
Nigeria have been drawn in the same group as South American giants Argentina for the third consecutive World Cup, and for a fourth time in five World Cups since 2002. The Lions of ... Read more »
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 ... Read more »
Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr has released a list of 30 players from which he will pick a final 23 for the World Cup in Russia next month. The squad will be led by captain John ... Read more »
The Super Eagles are ranked 22nd out of the 32 participating nations and have been tipped to finish third in Group D and crash out in the group stage, according to a survey ... Read more »
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