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Olympic men's football draw made in Rio ahead of 2016 games in Brazil

Mexico's Olympic gold could be a steppingstone prior to success in Brazil.
Mexico take gold in London four years ago.

Defending Olympic champions Mexico have been drawn against Germany, Fiji and South Korea in the Group C of the men's football tournament this summer.

Mexico, who beat Brazil 2-1 in the 2012 final at Wembley Stadium in London to win their first-ever football gold at the Olympics, won the CONCACAF Men's Olympic Qualifying Championship to reach Rio -- along with fellow finalists Honduras.

The draw was made on Thursday at the Maracana stadium in Rio, which hosted the final of the World Cup two years...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Nigeria lose to Egypt, fail to qualify for 2017 African Nations Cup

Mohamed Saleh and Egypt have eliminated Stanley Amuzie and Nigeria from next year's African Nations Cup.

Nigeria will not be competing at the 2017 African Nations Cup after losing 1-0 to Egypt on Tuesday.

Ramadan Sobhy took advantage of a missed clearance to put Egypt atop qualifying Group G at Borg El-Arab Stadium, where a longstanding ban on fans attending games in large numbers in Egypt was temporarily lifted.

Nigeria faced a must-win game after Chad withdrew from their group earlier this week. Under CAF's rules, all of Chad's previous results are thrown out, leaving Nigeria with just two points...

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Cameroon move top of ANC qualifying group after South Africa draw

Cameroon will be looking to avoid any missteps in their quest for African Nations' Cup qualification.
Cameroon sit top of Group M following Saturday's draw with South Africa.

Cameroon moved top of Group M after securing a 2-2 draw against South Africa in their 2017 African Nations Cup qualifying clash on Saturday.

South Africa had taken the lead through Tokelo Rantie, only for Sebastien Siani to level for the hosts just before the break.

And Cameroon recovered from a losing position again in the second half after Kekana Hlompo had fired the visitors back into the lead -- scoring a screamer from inside his own half -- with Nicolas N'Koulou then grabbing a 67th-minute...

South Africa wants FIFA to retract accusations of bribery

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti weighs in on FIFA's World Cup bribes and the possibility of re-opening the voting process.
ESPN FC's Brian McBride says FIFA could be trying to wash their hands by admitting past corruption in World Cup bidding process.
Newly elected FIFA President Gianni Infantino outlines his main goals and wishes for reform within FIFA, including improving the World Cup bidding process.
Law firm Freshfields said they found no concrete evidence of vote-buying by German bidders to secure the 2006 World Cup.

CAPE TOWN, South Africa -- FIFA should retract its statement that a bribe was paid when South Africa won the right to host the 2010 World Cup, the country's sports minister said on Thursday.

In a restitution claim lodged in the United States, FIFA highlighted a $10 million payment from the South African Football Association as a bribe. The money was routed through the governing body to a bank account controlled by disgraced CONCACAF president Jack Warner.

Sports minister Fikile Mbalula reiterated...

FIFA bans 3 South Africans over pre-World Cup match-fixing

Newly elected FIFA President Gianni Infantino outlines his main goals and wishes for reform within FIFA, including improving the World Cup bidding process.
Law firm Freshfields said they found no concrete evidence of vote-buying by German bidders to secure the 2006 World Cup.

ZURICH -- FIFA banned three more former South African Football Association officials on Monday over match-fixing in friendlies ahead of the country's hosting of the 2010 World Cup.

Former SAFA chief executive Leslie Sedibe was banned for five years and fined 20,000 Swiss francs ($20,200). The governing body also banned Steve Goddard and Adeel Carelse, both former officials at SAFA's referees department, for two years each.

Last year, Lindile Kika, SAFA's head of national teams in 2010, was banned...