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Why African Football cannot dominate the world

Africa always produces world-class players. They also have nations that have the same and top players and teams in the world. African Football Stars Can’t dominate the world.

Suffering War And Colony Too Long

It was the oppression and dominance of imperial states that prevented African nations from developing. Slavery, racial segregation is what makes Africa one of the poorest countries in the world despite its vast resources. That is why football cannot develop in Africa.

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There are No Qualified National Championships

Successful players often come to Europe to continue their careers. Very few countries have a prestigious league to develop their career. That is why their stars are always scattered in countries around the world. The players will be very difficult to integrate each time up to compete together.

Competition Player Physical Strength

Even though they are all stars. But most of the stars are physically and physically competitive as well as personal breakthroughs and techniques. It is difficult to find a player who plays and creates ball in the team of teams from Africa. Most African players rarely play in the center of the midfield of the top teams. If there is just a defensive midfielder position or a winger.

Therefore, the teams of Africa always focus on taking advantage of physical strength and speed to finish the opponent. Therefore, when the competitors are too similar. Like the Can Cup competitions there are very few goals. And when attending world tournaments African teams are often confused to deal with mixed attacks from European and South American teams.

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Young Training System Focuses On Player Exports

Knowing your strengths are fitness and speed. As a result, African coaches have trained most of the players in the position of defenders and defensive midfielders. Therefore, the invisible form makes the national teams lack creative players.

Lost Star Into European Countries

Many non-African stars don’t cater to their national team. Most players will have European nationality. So they will wait for European countries to convene rather than return to Africa with much lower compensation than when they join the French, German, Belgian teams.

That we can see most clearly. In 98 France won the World Championship, but most of the squad was of African descent. Most prominent is Zidane an Algerian star. Senegal’s Vieira… Currently, the top players of some teams also have African roots like Lukaku and Pogba.

The fact that the top stars do not serve their team is the main reason that African football cannot dominate world football.

Above are some reasons why African Football can not dominate the world.

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African Football Federation president released after corruption interrogation

According to Reuters, the French authorities released the head of the African football governing body Ahmad Ahmad after hours of being questioned for a corruption investigation.

African Football Federation president Ahmad Ahmad (59) was arrested at his hotel in Paris on June 6 and released after the end of the interrogation. This meant that he was free to leave France.

A source from the French authorities said Ahmad was questioned over allegations of “active” and “passive” corruption, money laundering, and organized crime.

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Currently, both Ahmad, the representative lawyer and CAF have not commented.

Previously, Mr. Ahmad has been investigated by the Ethics Committee of the World Football Association (FIFA) over allegations of financial irregularities since he became leader of the CAF.

In late March, CAF Secretary General Amr Fahmy sent a document to FIFA accusing President Ahmad Ahmad of bribing and abusing hundreds of thousands of dollars, shortly after, Mr. Fahmy was fired.

According to Reuters, the allegations related to CAF President Ahmad ordered his Secretary-General to pay 20,000 USD of bribes to the accounts of the leaders of African football associations. This includes the accounts of the President of the Republic of Cabo Verde Football Association and the Republic of Tanzania.

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The document also accused Mr. Ahmad of causing CAF to pay an additional $ 830,000 when ordering equipment through a French intermediary company called Tactical Steel.

Not only that, Mr. Ahmad was also accused of harassing 4 CAF female employees; violating regulations on adding Moroccan representatives to CAF; and spent more than $ 400,000 from CAF’s source for cars in Egypt, Madagascar – where a satellite office was set up for Mr. Ahmad.

In a statement on June 7, FIFA asked for more details on Mr. Ahmad’s case and said that all charges against him must be clearly investigated.

FIFA stressed that anyone found to have illegal or illegal behavior has no place in football.

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Top Africa’s greatest players in the Premier League (Part 2)

5. Emanuel Eboue

The former best defender in the history of Arsenal, one of the best defenders in the English Premier League.

Founded at ASEC Mimosas, he moved to Europe to play for Belgium’s Beveren in 2002. He spent most of his career, from 2005 to 2011, with the Premier League’s Arsenal, playing 214 games – including the general match. 2006 UEFA Champions League final and scored 10 goals. He moved to Galatasaray for € 3.5 million, where he played regularly and won five domestic titles in Turkey.

Eboue is known for being a strong defender and has great combat ability even though he is only 1m74 tall, a relative height compared to the tall defenders in the Premier League.

Eboué made his international debut for Ivory Coast in 2004, eventually earning 79 in 2013. He is part of their team at five African Cup of Nations tournaments and two World Cups.

In 2017, Eboue lost all his possessions because he was tricked by his wife to live together for more than 20 years. He became empty-handed and became a miss. Arsenal knows this has helped him, giving him the role of training young players.

6. Salomon Kalou

As one of the most played players for the Chelsea club. He is also the best midfielder of the Blues of all time. A midfielder with all the qualities of a high-class central midfielder. Strength, technology, speed, he all converged fully. Kalou can also play as a winger when needed. He got along with Mikel-Lampard. Became the three most terrifying midfielders in the Premier League under Jose Mourinho during 2004-2007.

At Chelsea, he has won many titles, including the Premier League, UEFA Champions League, four FA Cups and the League Cup. He moved to Lille on a free transfer in July 2012 at the end of his contract at Chelsea, where he spent two seasons before moving to Hertha for an undisclosed fee.

Being a full international for Ivory Coast since 2007, Kalou has had 97 international matches and represented his country at three World Cups, six Africa Cup of Nations and 2008 Olympics.

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Top Africa’s greatest players in the Premier League (Part 2)

3. Nwankwo Kanu (Nigeria)

Nwankwo Kanu is a retired Nigerian footballer and  is a member of the Nigeria national team. Kanu is originally from Abia, southeastern Nigeria, and is a member of the sub-group Aro of the Igbo ethnic group. Nwankwo by his name means “Children born on Nkwo” in the Igbo language.

Kanu has played for Nigeria’s Iwuanyanwu Nationale, the traditional Dutch team Ajax, Italy’s Inter Milan, and the English clubs, West Bromwich Albion and Portsmouth.

Kanu has won one UEFA Champions League medal, one UEFA Cup medal, three FA Cup medals and two African Player of the Year awards among others. He is one of the few players to have won the Premier League, FA Cup, Champions League, UEFA Cup and Olympic gold medal. He has the third most substitute match in Premier League history, appearing on the bench 118 times, and is considered one of the best players in African football history.

He is also a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, and an African brand ambassador for digital television operator StarTimes.

4. Emmanuel Adebayor 

He is a Togolese professional footballer who plays as a striker for Turkish club İstanbul Başakşehir. He has previously played for English clubs Arsenal, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace, as well as the French, Metz, and Monégasque Monaco teams and the Spanish Real Madrid team. He was voted Asian Footballer of the Year in 2008 playing at Arsenal.

In the Emirates team shirt, he plays like a classic striker. He scored 46 goals in 104 games for the club. Became one of the top scorers with the best goalscoring performance in the 2006-2009 Premier League.

Adebayor represented the Togo national team at the 2006 World Cup in Germany, his only and Togo’s debut at a world-class playground, and so far, only in the World Cup. In January 2010, Adebayor was one of the players involved when the Togo team bus arrived when a riot group fired a gun on their way to play in the group stage match of the 2010 African Football Cup in Angola, then he retired from the national team. 

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Top Africa’s greatest players in the Premier League (Part 1)

The Premier League is always the ideal tournament for stars from the black continent. The players have good physical strength to play in the harsh environment of the foggy country. Here are the best African players in the Premier League.

1. Kolo Toure (Ivory Coast)

As a footballer from Ivory Coast. He plays as a defender for Arsenal, Manchester City, Liverpool, Celtic and the Ivory Coast national team. He is currently a technical assistant at Celtic as well as a member of the training committee for Ivory Coast.

Starting his career at ASEC Mimosas, Touré moved to Arsenal in 2002, where he made 326 appearances for the club and was part of the unbeaten team of the 2003–2004 season. In 2009, he moved to Manchester City, where he competed with his brother Yaya Toure, helping City win the first championship in 44 years. In 2013, Touré moved to Liverpool. He is now one of eight players to have won the Premier League with two clubs, having won with Manchester City and Arsenal. He also won the Scottish championship with Celtic.

Touré is the second most restricted player for Ivory Coast, with 120 appearances from 2000 to 2015. He has represented the team at the 2006, 2010 and 2014 FIFA World Cup tournaments. 

2. Jay-Jay Okocha (Nigeria)

During his years in the foggy country, he competed in the English Premier League in the colors of the Bolton Wanderes club. He helped the southern team of England become: “the roadblocks” most uncomfortable with the big boys in the Premier League, Okocha was dubbed: “African football witch”. He was compared to Ronaldinho of South America.

A professional footballer who used to be an Albanian Nigerian midfielder who used to play as an attacking midfielder. A brilliant and skilful player, considered the best Nigerian player of his generation and one of the best African players of all time, Okocha is known for his confidence. with the ball, technique, creativity and dribbling skills, as well as the possession of deadly passes, especially the magic ball reverses. Due to his skills, he was described as “so good that they named him twice” (in a rooftop song while Okocha played for the Bolton Wanderers). He is a Nigerian Turkish citizen, having acquired Turkish citizenship as “Muhammet Yavuz” while playing for the Süper Lig Fenerbahçe.

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The top performing countries in the African Olympics (Part 1)

The African Games is a sporting event held every four years, bringing together top athletes from across Africa. 

The African Union is credited with hosting this event. There have been a total of 11 versions of the event since its inception.

The top performing nation at the African Games

Egypt

Egypt has been featured in all versions of the African Olympics. The country took part in the African Games, which opened in 1965 as the United Arab Republic, an Egyptian-Syrian political union. The Egyptian Olympic Committee is the agency in charge of the nation’s participation in the African Olympics. Egypt is the nation with the best performance at the games, as it has accumulated a total of 1,362 medals since the start of the African Olympics. Of these medals, 548 of them are gold medals, the most among the nation. It also has the highest number of silver and bronze medals in the competition, with 406 silver and 408 bronze medals. In four versions of the game, Egypt has been overshadowed by another nation that is the top performing country. Games when Egypt did not perform well, was in the 1978 Olympics, the 1995 Olympics, the 1999 Olympics and the 2011 Olympics when the total number of Egyptian medals surpassed Tunisia (1978) and South Africa (1995, 1999 and 2011). Egypt hosted the African Games once, during the 1991 African Olympics held in Cairo. In the fifth edition of the event, Egypt won the most medals of any participating nation; A total of 195 medals, 90 of which are gold medals.

Nigeria

Nigeria is another country that has competed in all versions of the African Olympics. This West African nation is one of the highest performing countries in the African Olympics, with a total of 1,078 medals under the belt, the second highest among the nations. Among the Nigeria medals accumulated since the first edition of the African Games, 380 gold, 360 silver and 337 bronze. The Nigerian Olympic Committee organizes Nigeria’s participation in the African Olympics. The country hosted the one African Games, the 1973 African Games, held in Lagos. In this game version, the Nigerian athletes received a total of 63 medals; 18 gold, 25 silver and 20 bronze, a feat only surpassed Egypt with a total of 56 medals.

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M.U uses an army of hot WAGs to “rescue” the player

Solskjaer coach of Manchester United (M.U) has just made a shocking proposal to want the WAGs (wives and girlfriends) of the “Red Devils” to regularly warm up husbands and boyfriends during isolation.

Mr. Solskjaer did not speak out, but suggested: “M.U has a specific program for each player to train at home. However, they also need some more special things like “the ball or pass from girlfriend or wife,” to always stay happy, balanced and energetic.”

Maybe Mr. Solskjaer wants his wife and girlfriend M.U to participate in the training program of her husband and boyfriend during the current isolation period at home, to help them always maintain the excitement.

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However, the British press said that this is probably a suggestion of Mr. Solskjaer in order to want his players to balance between training and sexual activity to stay in shape due to the non-practice isolation too long.

M.U currently holds the record of unbeaten 11 matches on all fronts, including 8 wins, so coach Solskjaer does not want his players to return to the game to lose the momentum of the past.

Currently the Premier League has a deadline to play again on April 30. However, the prize may be postponed. Therefore, Mr. Solskjaer is forced to calculate a backup solution, which is that in addition to training at home, he must support the player in other sensitive and personal matters, because the situation of isolation may be prolonged.

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M.U is currently the club with the hottest WAGs in the English Premier League. Like the center-back wife Lindelof is the famous blogger Maja Nilsson, or the girlfriend girlfriend De Gea is the famous pop singer Edurne Garcia. There is also a Bolivian model, Maria Zulay, longtime girlfriend of midfielder Paul Pogba

MU and other clubs in the Premier League now use apps like WhatsApp or online video calls to track every player who practices and communicates every day, helping them avoid stress as well as giving helpful advice in everyday activities.

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The COVID-19 pandemic began to wreak havoc on African sports

The COVID-19 pandemic began to wreak havoc on African sports when a series of tournaments had to be postponed before concerns spread could lead to an outbreak.

The latest, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) on 19.3 decided to suspend all domestic leagues for a month.

In addition, NFF also stops “all activities on the field” such as matches of national teams and youth soccer programs as well as street football. Besides, the country’s sports federation is also considering to suspend the tournament.

African fans are always enthusiastic about sports

Earlier, the African Football Federation (CAF) decided to postpone indefinitely for the African National Championship (CAF Nation League) in Cameroon due to the outbreak of COVID-19. This tournament has 16 national teams competing (only allowing players playing on the continent) and is held every two years. The cause comes from the Cameroon began to appear cases of COVID-19 infection (at least 10 people were detected).

At the same time, CAF also postponed qualifying for the African Cup of Nations (CAN) 2021 – considered the World Cup qualifier of 2022, taking place from 25 to 31.3. In addition, the championship cup of the African nations 2020 of women’s football in April must also “stand” because of the devastation of COVID-19. On 17.3, football tournaments, rugby, cricket, etc. in South Africa agreed to postpone until 14.4 to prevent the spread of the pandemic COVID-19 began to flood into Africa and affect its sports industry.

African football has a headache with the missing national player

AFP quoted the statement of an East and Central African Football Association (CECAFA) official on Tuesday, saying that five Eritrea players disappeared when they arrived in Uganda for a tournament in the region and are likely trying. Asylum. Eritrea has been banned from Africa’s football leagues in the past because its players often run away while playing abroad.

Rogers Mulindwa, a CECAFA official, told AFP that the five players had been missing since September 29 and that efforts to track down the whereabouts are underway. Police have conducted a search around the Jinja area in eastern Uganda, where players were last seen, including several players from other teams. The official declined to say whether the players disappeared for asylum.

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Africa changed the schedule for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers

The African Football Federation (CAF) has rescheduled the 2022 World Cup qualifying schedule and the 2021 African Football Cup qualifiers. Like the Esports247 fanpage to see the top PES football!

The move comes after CAF decided to move the 2021 African Football Cup Final in Cameroon from Summer (June to July) to Winter (from January to February).

The 2021 African Cup qualifier will start in March this year instead of August as originally planned. Meanwhile, Africa’s 2022 World Cup qualifier has also been postponed to October this year to accommodate the change.

The first two qualifiers for the 2021 African Football Cup will be held in March and June before the final qualifying round takes place from August 31 to September 8. When 24 teams to the 2021 Africa Cup final are determined, the 2022 World Cup qualifiers will begin in October.

The person who is dissatisfied with CAF’s decision to change is Gambia’s coach, Tom Saintfiet.

“It’s absolutely not necessary to make these changes because after the Africa Cup qualifier ends in September, the teams will still have to play in the World Cup qualifiers, so in my eyes that. is an unnecessary move, “Tom Saintfiet told the BBC.

“It was an unnecessary move because it created a lot of problems for us who were planning friendly matches and had agreements with sponsors.

“We had planned to test some players in March and June (in friendly matches) but now that will not be possible before the match against Gabon (European Cup qualifier). Africa 2021) “.

The 2022 World Cup qualifying round for Africa is expected to take place on January 21. And the 2021 African Football Cup finals will start on January 9 due to adverse weather conditions in Cameroon. in June and July.

The 2021 African Cup finals, which means January, will not coincide with the FIFA Club World Cup, held in China in June 2021.

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African football has a headache with the missing of national players

African football is having a headache over news that Eritrea’s soccer players went missing in Uganda in a regional tournament.

AFP quoted the statement of an East and Central African Football Association (CECAFA) official on Tuesday, saying that five Eritrea players had disappeared while traveling to Uganda to attend a tournament in the region and were likely trying. Asylum. Eritrea has been banned from Africa’s football leagues in the past because its players often fled while playing abroad.

Rogers Mulindwa, a CECAFA official, told AFP that the five players had been missing since September 29 and that efforts to track down the whereabouts are underway. Police have conducted a search around the Jinja area in eastern Uganda, where players were last seen, including several players from other teams. The official declined to say whether the players had disappeared to seek asylum.

Eritrea was accepted back to CECAFA in May after a 6-year ban due to tensions with Ethiopia. In particular, football of this country has been banned from other leagues of the black continent in the past because the players are constantly fleeing.

In 2015, Botswana granted asylum to 10 Eritrea footballers when these people refused to return home after their match with the national team. Earlier, in 2012, 18 Eritrea players applied for asylum in Uganda after a match in the country. Six other players fled while competing in Angola in 2007 and another 12 did the same thing in Kenya in 2009.

Millions of football fans are watching the AFC Africa Cup 2019 in Egypt, and the Black Continental football championship is always a tournament that attracts a large number of football fans and professionals. especially in Europe. It is also the third largest tournament in FIFA’s official tournament system after the World Cup and European Cup.

Often held in the winter, this is the first time the African Football Cup has been held in the summer, with outdoor temperatures sometimes reaching 40 ° C. But the African Football Confederation has decided to change so that African players who play abroad can join the full team.