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Seedorf sacked by Cameroon as Afcon coaching cull continues

The fallout from the Africa Cup of Nations has continued apace this week, with Cameroon coach Clarence Seedorf shown the door on live TV, and two others also getting the sack.

Paul Put was fired by Guinea on Monday despite his side reaching the last 16, while Ricardo Mannetti has not had his contract renewed after Namibia lost all three group games.

This, added to the coaches of hosts Egypt, Tanzania, and Uganda also losing their posts in the wake of disappointing returns, has ensured a job free-for-all...

Mahrez scores as Algeria reach AFCON quarters

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Algeria reaffirmed their status as one of the teams to beat at the Africa Cup of Nations.

Superbly-taken goals from Algeria's Youcef Belaili and Riyad Mahrez set them on the way to a 3-0 win over Guinea on Sunday and a place in the Africa Cup of Nations quarterfinals, reaffirming their status as one of the favourites.

While the previous five last-16 ties had produced a heady mixture of shocks, drama and comebacks, Sunday's match was straightforward as Algeria, yet to concede a goal at the tournament, won their fourth straight match.

The Desert Foxes were strong in defence, intelligent...

Yattara scores twice for Guinea to down 10-man Burundi

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Mohamed Yattara scored a brace as Guinea defeated 10-man Burundi 2-0 in their Africa Cup of Nations Group B clash on Sunday to give themselves a strong chance of a place in the knockout stages.

The victory means Guinea finish third in their pool behind Madagascar and Nigeria, but their four points will likely make them among the four best third-placed finishers that advance to the second round.

Yattara was the most influential player on the pitch as a foul on him led to an early red card for Burundi's...

Naby Keita reinjured at Afcon, set to miss Burundi clash

Naby Keita's return from injury looks to have been short-lived, with Guinea announcing on Friday that he is set to miss their must-win final group game at the Africa Cup of Nations, against Burundi.

Liverpool's Keita started his first match in almost two months when he played for Guinea against Nigeria in their Group B match in Alexandria on Wednesday, but had to go off after 70 minutes of the 1-0 defeat.

He had made a substitute appearance in the 2-2 draw with Madagascar last Saturday in a first...

Nigeria beat Guinea to book place in next round of Cup of Nations

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Nigeria became the first nation to reach the knockout phase on Wednesday.

Nigeria became the first side to advance to the knockout stage of the Africa Cup of Nations on Wednesday as they beat Guinea 1-0, having taken more than an hour to break the deadlock for the second straight match.

Nigeria centre back Kenneth Omeruo scored the only goal of the game after 73 minutes, rising unchallenged to head home a corner from Moses Simon at the Alexandria Stadium. It was Nigeria's second Group B win from two games, but was another testing encounter after they beat Burundi 1-0...