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AFCON 2019

23 Jul 2019
Senegal national soccer team returns home to a presidential welcome despite loss in Africa Cup of Nations final.
19 Jul 2019
Egypt's revenue from the Africa Cup so far has reached $83 million dollars according to Confederation of African Football (CAF) chief, Ahmad Ahmad.
12 Jul 2019
AFCON 2019: Algeria and Tunisia reach a place in semi-finals.
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.
10 Jul 2019
Sports analyst Solomon Fowowe and The Guardian staff writer, Dennis Erezi return with what Nigerians should expect when the Super Eagles of Nigeria take on the Bafana Bafana of South Africa at the AFCON 2019 quarter-final on Wednesday.
10 Jul 2019
Nigeria players train on eve of their Africa Cup of Nations quarter-final against South Africa.
10 Jul 2019
South Africa will keep Nigeria guessing over the approach they will adopt in their Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) quarter-final on Wednesday after diverting from their usual style in the 1-0 win over hosts Egypt.
5 Jul 2019
The Guardian staff writer, Dennis Erezi and Solomon Fowowe discuss Nigeria vs Cameroon match and what to expect.
5 Jul 2019
Super Eagles left back Jamiu Collins has returned to training ahead of Nigeria's AFCON 2019 second Group B clash against Guinea on Wednesday.
2 Jul 2019
The Guardian analyst, Dennis Erezi and Solomon Fowowe return to review Nigeria’s surprising loss to Madagascar. They discuss what went wrong in the 2-0 loss and looked at the possible opponent for the Super Eagles in the last 16 of the 2019 AFCON.
30 Jun 2019
The Guardian staff writer, Dennis Erezi, discusses the Nigeria-Madagascar match and the Super Eagles performance against the Guinea national side. He also discussed each players transition as the competition progresses to the knock out stages.
25 Jun 2019
For Alex Iwobi, clearly family is everything. Woven intricately across his life, dreams, and passion, dotted around his peaks and nadirs, the Nigerian footballer basks in the love and support he’s had from his family. Read more: Alex Iwobi: Gunning for glory.

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