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Adebayor a doubt for African Nations Cup

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Le Roy takes over as new Togo manager

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Zimbabwe sweat on Billiat as Africa starts World Cup journey

Khama Billiat is a serious doubt for Zimbabwe's 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifying opener against Somalia this week, and he's but one of many injuries littering rosters.

The Kaizer Chiefs forward picked up a pelvic injury in the club's 2-1 win away to Cape Town City last week, and Chiefs' front office is not being overly verbose about it: "He has had a scan done and it is unclear how long he needs to recover at this stage."

While Chiefs may not worry too much about Billiat's impending national match,...

WAFU Cup draw sets up Nigeria v Togo grudge match

Eight years after surrendering their WAFU Cup of Nations title in a bewildering upset at home to Togo, Nigeria will get a chance to exact some measure of revenge against Les Aigles.

The teams were drawn to face each other early in this year's tournament, in a revised format that will see teams face each other in a high stakes knockout schedule.

Wednesday's draw in Dakar, Senegal, decided the first eight fixtures for the first phase of knockout matches, with the winners of those matches progressing...

 By Mark Gleeson

Managers vs. media becoming 'must-see TV' at African Nations Cup

Avram Grant is more capable than most of handling tough questions. But other coaches are feeling the strain.

Pep Guardiola might have been mildly upset when the BBC began their post-match interview last weekend with a question about the refereeing, but at the African Nations Cup, the parade of coaches before the press is fraught with animosity and tension, often becoming a forum for frequent clashes. There is little subtlety with reporters as they interrogate national team coaches before and after games. Winning usually means the edge is taken off any aggressive tone, but the vanquished managers face...

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DR Congo win African Nations Cup Group A after beating Togo

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DR Congo advanced into the African Nations Cup quarterfinals as Group C winners after triumphing 3-1 against a Togo outfit whose campaign in Gabon is now at an end.

The Leopards took the lead in the 29th minute through Junior Kabananga's third goal of the tournament, with Ndombe Mubele then adding a delightful finish nine minutes after the break.

Togo's Kodjo Fo-Doh Laba pulled a goal back 15 minutes later before fellow substitute Paul-Jose M'Poku's fine free kick wrapped things up for Florent Ibenge's...

Togo's Kossi Agassa may not play vs. Congo after house vandalised

Morocco's Romain Saiss beats Togo's goalkeeper Kossi Agassa in their African Nations Cup match on Friday.
Togo lost to Morocco on Friday at the African Nations Cup.

PORT-GENTIL, Gabon -- Togo coach Claude le Roy is not sure if veteran goalkeeper Kossi Agassa will play in a crucial game at the African Nations Cup after his house in Lome was vandalised by supporters who blamed him for a loss.

Agassa was "emotionally affected" by the news and will be allowed to skip Togo's final group match against Congo in Gabon on Tuesday if he wishes, Le Roy said. Togo's hopes of qualifying for the quarterfinals rest on the game.

Agassa's home in the Togolese capital was placed...