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Tactics: U.S. defend deep

Tactics Board Jul 1, 2014
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JS Kabylie given stadium ban

Algerian club JS Kabylie have been banned from playing at their home stadium while investigations into the death of their player Albert Ebosse take place.

ALGIERS, Algeria -- An Algerian football club has been banned from using its stadium pending investigations after one of its players was hit on the head and killed by an object thrown by fans.

Call for sanctions after Ebosse death

On Tuesday, the Confederation of African Football backed measures taken by ...

 Posted by Ian Holyman
Aug 25, 2014

Call for sanctions after Ebosse death

Cameroon international Albrt Ebosse died after being hit by an object thrown from the crowd.

The president of the Confederation of African Football has called for "exemplary sanctions" to be imposed following the death of Cameroon striker Albert Ebosse, who was killed after being hit on the head by a missile thrown from the crowd in Algeria on Saturday.

Issa Hayatou, a FIFA vice-president, said he wanted swift and decisive action to be taken following the death of...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
Aug 23, 2014

Albert Ebosse dies after head injury

Cameroonian striker Albert Ebosse has died after being hit in the head by an object thrown from the stands during an Algerian league game on Saturday, his club JS Kabylie have announced.

The 24-year-old was fatally struck by a projectile at the end of JS Kabylie's meeting with USM Alger in Tizi Ouzou.

A statement published on Kabylie's website on Saturday read: "The Ministry of Interior and Local Government, speaking through minister Tayeb Belaiz, has given an instruction to open an investigatio...

Aug 23, 2014

Libya withdraw as 2017 Cup hosts

Violence-plagued Libya conceded the country won't be able to host the African Cup of Nations in 2017 because of security concerns, throwing organisers into a frantic rush Saturday to find a new venue for the continent's top football tournament.

After announcing Libya's withdrawal as host, the Confederation of African Football gave countries interested in hosting in Libya's place until the end of September -- barely a month -- to submit their bids.

Algeria, Cameroon, Guinea, Ivory Coast and Zambi...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
Aug 11, 2014

Gourcuff excited by Algeria job

Christian Gourcuff made his first public appearance as the Algeria national team coach in Algiers and said that the Desert Foxes should embrace the "favourites" label from now on.

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