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Ivory Coast's Gervinho has knee surgery, set to miss four to six months

Gervinho won the 2015 African Nations Cup with Ivory Coast.

Ivory Coast forward Gervinho will spend the next four to six months on the sideline after rupturing ligaments in his knee, the national federation confirmed on Monday.

Gervinho's injury, suffered while training with Chinese Super League club Hebei Fortune, was reported last month and he was not included on the Ivory Coast's African Nations Cup squad earlier in November.

"The operation was successful but his recovery will be between four to six months," the Ivorian Football Federation said in...

 By Ian Holyman

Ivory Coast's Gervinho to miss African Nations Cup with knee injury

Gervinho won the 2015 African Nations Cup with Ivory Coast.

Ivory Coast forward Gervinho has ruptured knee ligaments and will miss the African Nations Cup in January, according to France Football.

Gervinho, 29, reportedly ruptured the cruciate ligaments in his left knee while training with Chinese Super League club Hebei Fortune, whom he joined from Roma in January.

The Ivory Coast international, who helped his nation lift the Nations Cup in 2015, has flown to France to undergo further medical examination.

The Nations Cup will be staged in Gabon between...

 By Ian Holyman

Morocco coach Herve Renard facing 'emotional' African Cup of Nations

Herve Renard has won the African Cup of Nations twice as a manager.

Morocco coach Herve Renard is not relishing the challenge of facing former charges Ivory Coast nor mentor Claude Le Roy at next year's African Cup of Nations.

After guiding Zambia to a shock Nations Cup triumph in 2012, Renard became the first coach to win the African title with two different countries when he led Ivory Coast to the continental trophy in 2015.

After Wednesday's group stage draw for next year's final tournament that pitted his current charges against his former ones, DR Congo and...