Monday, 27th June 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search

Nigeria vs Guinea match preview

By Guardian Exclusive
26 June 2019   |   4:10 pm
Sports journalist, Lolade Adewuyi, discusses the Nigeria-Guinea match at the Africa Cup of Nations. He also talks about the pay dispute between the players and their handlers and how it affects the team.

Related

5 Feb 2017
Egypt head coach Hector Cruper says he has confidence in his side's tactics ahead of their Africa Cup of Nations final against Cameroon.
5 Feb 2017
Cameroon head coach Hugo Broos has slammed the national team's fans for being 'impatient' and overly critical ahead of their Africa Cup of Nations final against Egypt.
6 Jun 2017
Ivory Coast international midfielder Cheick Tiote has died aged 30 while training with his Chinese club Beijing Enterprises.
12 Jan 2019
Is a financial scandal behind Cameroon's Africa Cup of Nations fiasco?
21 Jun 2019
Born in Ghana, Gerald Asamoah came to Germany as a child and went on to play in the Bundesliga and for Germany. Asamoah spoke to DW about the Africa Cup of Nations and why African players are in such high demand.
21 Jun 2019
The competition kicks off in Egypt this week, with 24 teams in the running. Several changes and alterations mean that this year's Africa Cup of Nations has several surprises in store, not to mention some quality squads.
22 Jun 2019
Who will win Africa's biggest football championship? We asked some experts to give their predictions on the AFCON, and here is what they had to say.
23 Jun 2019
Africa Cup of Nations kicks off.
25 Jun 2019
After an unhappy season with English second tier Stoke City, Saido Berahino is set to make history with Burundi on Saturday as he captains the team known as the Swallows in War on their Africa Cup of Nations debut.
11 Jul 2019
Senegal became the first side to book their place in the Africa Cup of Nations 2019 semifinals courtesy of a 1-0 win over Benin, while Nigeria overcame South Africa thanks to a last-gasp winner.
18 Jul 2019
Nigeria take third place in Africa Cup of Nations by beating Tunisia 1 - 0
28 Oct 2019
Liverpool needed two second-half goals to come from behind to beat Tottenham at Anfield and restore their six-point lead at the top of the table.