The long-awaited signing of Morocco international striker Marouane Chamakh from Bordeaux to Arsenal has been finalised.
Five hundred lucky Ivory Coast fans who can sing or dance have won a free trip to South Africa to watch their team at the World Cup.
After the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola journeyed through 86 countries over 225 days, the host nation of this year’s global finals finally got in on the act last week.
Katlego Mphela hopes to get back on the goal trail when hosts South Africa launch their World Cup countdown Sunday against lowly Thailand at tournament venue Nelspruit.
South African President Jacob Zuma speaking on the occasion of The Presidency budget vote in Parliament in Cape Town this week says his country's hosting of 2010 Word Cup is generating high levels of patriotism and national pride.
If Africans ever dreamt of making news in World Football, then this should be the time for the six qualified teams to wake up and take the bull by the horn.
The FIFA Disciplinary Committee, chaired by Marcel Mathier on 18 May, in Zurich to impose a ban on the Egyptian Football Association (EFA)
Wydad of Casablanca (WAC) for the 12th time in the clubs history won the Championship title in Morocco.
The Confederation of African Football Executive Committee chaired by its president, Issa Hayatou, met in Cairo on Saturday May 15, 2010 where the following issues were discussed and decisions taken:
May 14: The CAF Executive Committee lifted the ban on Togo.
Algeria manager Rabah Saadane last Wednesday added five players to his pre-2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa list of 25 that will get together for a training camp at Crans Montana in Switzerland between 13-27 May.
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