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Eto’o on Castle Africa 5s

Samuel Eto’o, once again graced Johannesburg with his presence as he was on hand to kick off the second season of Castle Africa 5s.

Eto’o in town to punt five-a-side women’s tourney

A continental five-a-side competition, established last year by Castle Brewery, pits local teams against each other

Mohamed Salah nets second African Footballer of the Year title

Egypt and Liverpool soccer star Mohamed Salah has picked up the Confederation of African Football's top player award for a second successive year

Africa’s promise still unfulfilled

The continent has everything it takes to win the World Cup, so why the repeated failures?

Samuel Eto’o chats to M&G

Football legend Samuel Eto’o spoke to the Mail & Guardian about the criticisms African players face when making big money moves to less stellar clubs.

A kick down memory lane

Luke Feltham anticipates another EPL corker and recalls games remarkable for their action and indelible memories

Brazil 2014: Five things to know about African hopefuls

Here are five things to know about Africa's final World Cup play-offs and the last 10 countries in contention for five spots in Brazil.

Eto’o named African Footballer of the Year

Cameroon striker Samuel Eto'o was named African Footballer of the Year a record fourth time at the annual Confederation of African Football awards.

African trio fail to impress

When Samuel Eto'o called Cameroon's World Cup exit the biggest disappointment of his career, he knew it was his last chance to impress the world.

Getting too big for their boots

The advancement of football in Africa is being hamstrung by the gigantic egos of star players.

‘I live in Europe but I sleep in Africa’

Cameroon captain Samuel Eto'o has travelled a long and tough road to achieve his dream of playing in a World Cup in Africa.

Afcon upsets continue

Gabon became the latest underdogs at the Africa Cup of Nations to punch above their weight when they beat continental giants Cameroon on Wednesday.

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