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Nigeria, Ghana, and the CAF Champions League absence

Nigeria and Ghana are two of the powerhouses of African football. Between them they have seven Nations Cup titles, nine runners-up spots, an Under-20 World Cup title and an Olympic Gold.

But when the CAF Champions League group stage draw is made on April 26, neither country will have a representative in the 16-team field.

In fact, looking back in the over four decades of Africa's premier club competition, Ghana have only had three champions and Nigeria two - and those came in successive years at the...

 By Ed Dove

Africans in the Champions League: Quarterfinal preview

Leicester City vs. Atletico Madrid, King Power Stadium, Tuesday 18 April

Atletico will feel confident that they have one foot in the final four after securing a 1-0 home win against the reigning Premier League champions last week, but as Leicester proved against Sevilla in the last round, they're a menacing prospect at the King Power Stadium.

However, the Foxes' momentum has died off in recent weeks after a strong start under Craig Shakespeare, and the interim coach is having to contend with an extended...

 By Nick Said

Who's who in the CAF Champions League group stages

The draw for the 2017 African Champions League pool stages will take place on April 26 as the continent's elite sides compete in the expanded four-group format in their hunt for glory.

KweséESPN brings you the lowdown on the 16 sides that will make up the draw in Cairo.

AL-AHLY (EGYPT)
Previous wins: 1982, 1987, 2001, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2013 Ahly hold the record for most Champions League title wins with eight; their most recent coming in 2013. They are currently runaway leaders in the Egyptian...

 By Ed Dove

Africans in Europe: Weekend Review

Which of the continent's performers in Europe's major leagues shone this weekend, and who flattered to deceive?

ENGLAND

Chelsea's Victor Moses was withdrawn after 54 minutes as Jose Mourinho masterminded Manchester United's 2-0 victory over Premier League leaders Chelsea at Old Trafford.

Marcus Rashford and Ander Herrera found the net to boost the Red Devils' Champions League hopes while simultaneously fuelling belief at White Hart Lane that Tottenham Hotspur could yet win their first title since 1961.

Spurs...

 By Ed Dove

Can Benjamin Moukandjo sustain his Lorient heroics?

Benjamin Moukandjo has already achieved the greatest success of his career so far this season when he guided Cameroon to the Nations Cup title, but he's well on his way to an even sweeter accomplishment with FC Lorient.

Les Merlus have been struggling at the wrong end of the Ligue 1 table all season, having lost their first four matches and sacked manager Sylvain Ripoll in October.

By the middle of March, they were in bottom spot in the standings, and a run of five consecutive defeats from mid-February...

 By Ed Dove

PFA Player of the Year shortlist: Sadio Mane unfortunate to miss out

The Professional Footballers' Association revealed their six-man shortlist for the annual Player of the Year award on Thursday, and while few can argue with the majority of the picks, might Liverpool's Sadio Mane feel a little hard done by to have missed out?

As usual, goalscoring has clearly been the key factor in the selection process, with the division's top four scorers -- Romelu Lukaku, Harry Kane, Alexis Sanchez and Zlatan Ibrahimovic -- all making the cut.

Eden Hazard has steadily rediscovered...