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The Carthage Eagles: Brothers at Arms


Valencia's Abdennour loaned to Marseille


Chermiti explains Etoile du Sahel return


Club Africain appoint Marco Simone


African nations finalise World Cup warm-up matches

All of Africa's World Cup bound teams have finalised warm-up friendlies for next month, as they seek to get in potentially vital preparation ahead of their trip to Russia in mid-year.

Senegal were the last of the five countries to fix games for the international window between March 19-28, but all now have a decent diet to give themselves a solid test in the last window of opportunity while the players are still at their respective clubs.

Nigeria will go to Poland and then take on Serbia in London...

Tunisia end Fousseny Coulibaly naturalisation bid

The Tunisian Football Federation have revealed that they are no longer pursuing a naturalisation bid for Ivorian-born midfielder Fousseny Coulibaly.

The 28-year-old had been identified as a target by the national side ahead of their World Cup campaign later this year, but despite being included in a 27-man squad in December as part of tournament preparations, he is out of the running for a spot in Russia.

A communique issued by the FTF confirmed that they have decided to drop attempts to pass through...

Tunisia's Carthage Eagles: Brothers at Arms

On a warm evening at the Olympic Stadium of Radès on November 11th, Tunisia's Carthage Eagles qualified for their fifth World Cup. The accomplishment was particularly meaningful for a tight-knit squad of players and their father figure of a coach, Nabil Maaloul.

Of the 23 players that were called up for the match, 13 play their club football for either of local giants Étoile du Sahel or Esperance de Tunis, and have grown especially close as a result of crossing paths so frequently.


Ranking the prospects of Africa's contenders after World Cup draw

Africa's five sides learned their fates in Friday's group-stage draw, but what are the quintet's chances of reaching the World Cup knockout stages now that we know their opening opponents?

Here's how we rank the continent's representatives in light of Friday's draw.

5. Tunisia: The Eagles of Carthage appear to be the continent's weakest representatives in Russia next summer, and their slim hopes of reaching the knockouts weren't helped by a tricky opening group.

Had they found themselves in Egypt...

Do Africa's five representatives have World Cup pedigree?

Ahead of Friday's draw at the State Kremlin Palace in Moscow, KweséESPN examine the World Cup pedigrees of Africa's five representatives for next summer's showpiece.

None of Africa's five qualifiers are new to the top table, but some have been waiting longer than most for their return to the tournament, while others can point to a more illustrious World Cup track record than their continental rivals.

Nigeria: The Super Eagles have made five previous World Cups, qualifying for every tournament...