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Five reasons why Lens can qualify for Europe


Five reasons why Lens can qualify for Europe
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For RC Lens, a successful first season back in Ligue 1 means European qualification is within reach. Ligue1.com explains why supporters of Les Sang et Or should be optimistic about their chances of a return to continental competition for the first time since 2007.
They have momentum
With six games remaining Lens are in fine form and in pole position to clinch a European berth. After Round 32 Franck Haise’s team sat in fifth place, three points clear of Olympique de Marseille in sixth and four ahead of Stade Rennais FC in seventh. As it stands, finishing fifth will mean a place in the play-off round of the inaugural UEFA Europa Conference League. However, if one of Paris Saint-Germain, AS Monaco or Olympique Lyonnais were to finish in the top four and also win the Coupe de France, then fifth would be a Europa League spot and sixth would be enough to go into the Europa Conference League.

Ahmed Musa, Asamoah Gyan & African players who returned home

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Goal
5:00 AM WAT 15/04/2021
As the Super Eagles skipper returns to the top flight, Goal remembers the other African stars who went back to their homelands
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Ahmed Musa
The Super Eagles skipper raised a few eyebrows this week when he opted to return to the NPFL to sign for Kano Pillars, the club where he made his name,
Musa had been a free agent since parting ways with Saudi Pro League side Al Nassr on October 25, although he had appeared close to signing for Premier League West Bromwich Albion during the January window.
At 28, he has returned to the Sani Abacha Stadium after agreeing a short-term contract with the Nigeria Professional Football League outfit.

Ranking Denis Onyango & Africa's greatest goalkeepers today

Denis Onyango: How does the retiring Uganda stopper compare with the continent’s finest keepers today?

Ranking Denis Onyango & Africa's greatest goalkeepers today


How does the retiring Uganda stopper compare with the continent’s finest keepers today?
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#6 Mohamed El Shenawy
One of the most decorated players of his generation, El Shenawy could lay claim to being the finest stopper currently plying his trade in Africa today.
He’s won the Caf Champions League, Egyptian title and Egyptian Cup with Al-Ahly, and has also represented Egypt over 20 times, including at the 2018 World Cup.
His mental strength is one of his assets, and his commanding performances have underpinned Ahly’s recent success under Pitso Mosimane.
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#5 Denis Onyango
Just sneaking into the list ahead of El Shenawy, Onyango is another player that Mosimane knows well.

Too Good, Too Bad: The Best & Worst of Nigerians Abroad

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Seye Omidiora
1:57 PM WAT 12/04/2021
Goal review the nation’s best performers around the world this weekend, and name a few who under-performed
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Review of Nigerians abroad
How did Victor Osimhen fare when recalled by Gennaro Gattuso for their important clash at Sampdoria on Sunday?
In the Premier League, did Kelechi Iheanacho score on his sixth consecutive Premier League start?
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Too Good: Olarenwaju Kayode
Kayode ended his prolonged run without scoring by netting Sivasspor’s second in their 3-1 victory over Konyaspor.
It was the Nigerian’s first goal since February 7, which sees him double his tally for the campaign.

Red Bulls Expert Guide: April 10, 2021

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Red Bulls Expert Guide: April 10, 2021
The Patryk Klimala rumor mill continues to churn, the Cameron Harper hype train gathers steam, and Tim Cahill continues collecting merit badges in this week’s links
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Raphinha's Leeds United transfer speculation set for renewal after Man City trump card link-up - Joe Donnohue

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Marseille beat Dijon to stay on track for Europa League - Newspaper

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PARIS: Olympique de Marseille condemned bottom side Dijon to an 11th defeat in a row but coach Jorge Sampaoli said there was lots of room for improvement following Sunday’s 2-0 victory in Ligue 1.
Leonardo Balerdi powered in a header at a corner in first-half stoppage time and Alvaro Gonzalez nodded in a second from another Dimitri Payet cross on 79 minutes.
The scrappy victory moved sixth-placed Marseille one point behind Lens in fifth place and a Europa League spot next season. Stade Rennais and Montpellier dropped three points behind Marseille by drawing their matches on Sunday.
“The players are working to understand a new system, it will take time,” said Sampaoli, whose side won for the third time in four games since the Argentine took charge last month.

The Dream Team: Episode One - The Goalkeepers


Ed Dove
13:02 EAT 05/04/2021
Goal and Absa, the Official African Banking Partner of the Premier League, reveal the shortlist for our African top-flight dream team
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The Dream Team
Over the coming months, Goal and Absa, the Official African Banking Partner of the Premier League, will be selecting The Dream Team—our greatest XI picked from African players who featured in the top-flight.
The criteria is very simple; we’ll be selecting players for each position in our team weekly, with players eligible only if they played during the Premier League era and they represented an African national team.
We’re building a proper team to compete for the title, and critical for any title-winning team is a strong goalkeeper.

The Dream Team: Episode One - The Goalkeepers


Ed Dove
11:02 EAT 01/03/2021
Goal and Absa, the Official African Banking Partner of the Premier League, reveal the shortlist for our African top-flight dream team
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The Dream Team
Over the coming months, Goal and Absa, the Official African Banking Partner of the Premier League, will be selecting The Dream Team—our greatest XI picked from African players who featured in the top-flight.
The criteria is very simple; we’ll be selecting players for each position in our team weekly, with players eligible only if they played during the Premier League era and they represented an African national team.
We’re building a proper team to compete for the title, and critical for any title-winning team is a strong goalkeeper.

Five to watch for France at Under-21 Euro

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Five to watch for France at Under-21 Euro
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With France among the contenders at the Under-21 Euro which kicks off this week, Ligue1.com picks out five home-based young stars to follow at the tournament in Slovenia and Hungary.
Eduardo Camavinga (Stade Rennais FC)
Camavinga might have been included in the senior France squad for the start of their 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign this week but instead his inclusion in coach Sylvain Ripoll’s Under-21 squad underlines how seriously
Les Bleuets are taking the tournament. Camavinga has only played once before the Under-21s, in a qualifier against Georgia in November 2019. He made his full international debut against Croatia last September and then scored his first France goal in a friendly against Ukraine in October, all before his 18th birthday. The midfielder only turned 18 in November and his form has actually dipped in recent weeks along with that of his club Rennes. However he has the potential to be one of the stars of the Euro.

Ghana's hopes over as Valencia starlet Musah confirms international future with USA


Let's do it. I'm in. The future is us. pic.twitter.com/fVpBn1aupb— Yunus Dimoara Musah (@yunusmusah8) March 15, 2021
Of Ghanaian parentage, Musah was born in the United States but soon moved to Italy where he began his football career.
He moved to England to join Arsenal's academy set-up in 2012, aged nine.
His parentage, place of birth and residency make him eligible to represent any of the four nations at international level.
Interestingly, he played for England at U15, 16, 17 and 18 level.
After his big breakthrough last year, he accepted call-ups from the USA for international friendly fixtures against Wales and Panama in October, making his debut against the former.

Legon Cities chief responds to financial loss concerns over Asamoah Gyan business


He is yet to find the back of the net or assist a goal in the colours of the Royals despite his fine scoring record prior to joining the club.
"Putting numbers to it, then I will tell you that unless you come to my office then we will see because Asamoah Gyan was signed as a footballer and for his brand essence," Aidam said as reported by Graphic Sports.
"You can attest to the fact that Asamoah Gyan coming to add to the Legon Cities brand has given us a big mileage.
"If you are looking at the numbers then you must look at my balance sheet. From where we sit, we have not got it 100 per cent, but we are almost breaking-even from bringing him on board in these worrying times of Covid."

Ghana's hopes over as Valencia starlet Musah confirms international future with USA


Let's do it. I'm in. The future is us. pic.twitter.com/fVpBn1aupb— Yunus Dimoara Musah (@yunusmusah8) March 15, 2021
Of Ghanaian parentage, Musah was born in the United States but soon moved to Italy where he began his football career.
He moved to England to join Arsenal's academy set-up in 2012, aged nine.
His parentage, place of birth and residency make him eligible to represent any of the four nations at international level.
Interestingly, he played for England at U15, 16, 17 and 18 level.
After his big breakthrough last year, he accepted call-ups from the USA for international friendly fixtures against Wales and Panama in October, making his debut against the former.

Striker Jordan Siebatcheu decides to represent the USA

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Stephan resigns as Rennes boss after post-Champions League crash

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Total U-20 AFCON – African talents abroad showing off


Total U-20 AFCON – African talents abroad showing off
Coaches present at the 2021 edition of the Total Africa Cup of Nations in Mauritania told
CAFOnline.com how this competition is important in the constitution of future football elites in their countries. This is why they did not hesitate to go and take the best young people where they are.
"Why deprive us of our players, if there is the possibility of bringing in talented players from abroad, we must not hesitate," said Central African Republic coach Sébastien Ngato, who qualified his team for the quarterfinals in their maiden appearance. Ngato has five of his players having their career abroad.

Mohammed Salisu: Ghanaian defender makes full Southampton debut in Chelsea draw


Goals from Takumi Minamino for Southampton and Mason Mount for Chelsea decided Saturday's fixture.
The result leaves Southampton 13th on the league table while Chelsea occupy the fourth position.
Salisu caught the eye of the Saints in his first season of professional football with Spanish side Real Valladolid last season.
With 31 La Liga appearances involving 30 starts and one goal, the Ghanaian did enough to make himself a top transfer target for the English side and French outfit Stade Rennais.
Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester United were also reportedly interested in his services.
After joining Southampton in August last year, the 21-year-old had to delay training with the club for a month due to an injury carried on from his time at Valladolid.

Mohammed Salisu: Ghanaian defender makes full Southampton debut in Chelsea draw

Ghanaian defender Mohammed Salisu saw 90 minutes of action as Southampton ended a six-match Premier League losing streak against Chelsea.

Mohammed Salisu: Ghanaian defender makes full Southampton debut in Chelsea draw

Ghanaian defender Mohammed Salisu saw 90 minutes of action as Southampton ended a six-match Premier League losing streak against Chelsea.

Mohammed Salisu: Ghanaian defender makes full Southampton debut in Chelsea draw

Ghanaian defender Mohammed Salisu saw 90 minutes of action as Southampton ended a six-match Premier League losing streak against Chelsea.

Barcelona's Ousmane Dembélé on Paris, growing up and playing alongside Lionel Messi

"It's honestly an honour for me to play alongside him," says the France winger of his Barcelona team-mate Lionel Messi.

Ousmane Dembele talks injuries, Messi and Barcelona vs PSG

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Mohammed Salisu: Southampton boss Hasenhuttl praises Ghanaian's fitness

Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl reveals the role of Ghanaian centre-back Mohammed Salisu for Thursday's FA Cup clash with Wolves. 

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