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Cameroon’s keepers of faith: Onana and Ondoa

The cousins are rivals for the Indomitable Lions’ No 1 jersey, but their relationship is amicable

Political football: Is sport today a new form of colonialism?

The English are celebrating England’s recent domination of the European league competitions, but how ‘English’ are their top clubs?

Spurs ‘super-heroes’ into Champions League final as Lucas breaks Ajax hearts

A strike from the Brazilian in the last minute of the game sent Spurs through to the final

Ajax build-up to Spurs clash with Dutch Cup final win

Ajax could win a historic treble if they beat Spurs on Wednesday night to reach the Champions League final

Ajax must fight the status quo

Winning the Champions League may be the only way that the young squad can be kept together

Scintillating Ajax breathe life into Champions League

The Dutch side outclassed Juventus to advance to the semifinals for the first time since 1997

Man United, Barcelona marquee match of exciting quarterfinals

It’s an all-English clash as City draw Spurs, while Ajax are rewarded with clash against Ronaldo’s Juventus

All-time football great Johan Cruyff dies at age 68

The Dutch football star brought the game to the world stage for his home country, and has been described as one of the greatest players ever known.

Thulani Serero shoots Ajax to victory over Barcelona

Ajax players Thulani Serero and Danny Hoesen have shocked Barcelona fans when their two goals secured their victory at the Champions League.

Barcelona agree to loan forward Bojan to Ajax

Barcelona have agreed to loan forward Bojan Krkic to Ajax Amsterdam for the 2013-14 campaign with an option for a further season

Football red-carded in Cape Town

Cape Town has squandered its World Cup window of opportunity as the owners of Ajax Cape Town continue to bicker among themselves.

Ajax’s van Gaal appointment put on ice

Louis van Gaal's appointment as Ajax director has been put on hold to give shareholders at the four-time European champion a chance to vote.

Thulani relishes Dutch challenge

Serero determined to make number 10 jersey his own despite strong competition for places at Ajax Amsterdam.

Where do Barcelona rank among Europe’s greatest?

A round up of the greatest teams in European club side history and where Barcelona fits in.

Ajax’s boy wonder finds his feet

Ajax Cape Town midfielder Thulani Serero admitted this week that he didn't have the right attitude but two incidents have brought him down to earth.

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