archives : June 2010


Panafrica - Togo - United Kingdom
Former Togo International and Manchester City ace, Emmanuel Adebayor has revealed he could overturn his decision not to play for his national team again if the country FA change its policy and have a proper organisation arrangement. - Monday 21 June 2010

A critic of Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame has survived an assassination attempt in South Africa, and his wife has claimed that President Kagame wanted him dead. However, the Rwandan government has denied accusations that it was behind the attempted murder. - Monday 21 June 2010

As the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that more than 214 countries have confirmed cases of H1N1 pandemic influenza and at least 18,156 people have died, representatives from 33 African nations met for the first time in Morocco to discuss the impact of flu on that continent. - Monday 21 June 2010

Ivory Coast - Brazil
Top notch work from the Brazilians as they flew past a disappointing Ivory Coast (3-1). A deserved win for the Samba boys who booked their ticket for the final 16. The Elephants could yet join them if results go their way. - Sunday 20 June 2010

With both sides desperate for a win to boost their hopes of reaching the knockout stages, this Cameroon-Denmark turned out to be one of the most entertaining games of the 2010 World Cup. Sadly, the brave Lions lacked the efficiency to beat the Danes. - Saturday 19 June 2010

Ghana will be disappointed as they drew 1-1 with 10-man Australia after forward Harry Kewell was dismissed for handling on the line. The Black Stars have put themselves in a very difficult situation now because they are playing a Germany team who need to win in their last game. - Saturday 19 June 2010

South africa - Ghana - Australia
The Black Stars of Ghana could be regarded as Africa’s World Cup hopefuls after being the only team from the continent to post a victory –so far- but coach Milovan Rajevac is refusing to be overwhelmed. - Saturday 19 June 2010

Zimbabweans from Monday face a grueling 65 day task in which they will be asked to make contributions towards a home grown constitution. - Saturday 19 June 2010

The Gambia
Former heads of the navy and army have been charged with plotting to overthrow Gambian President Yahya Jammeh, but the president has been accused by his critics of using allegations of coup plots to intimidate potential rivals and settle scores. - Saturday 19 June 2010

Algeria - United Kingdom
Fabio Capello’s men looked short on ideas and creativity as their South African horror show continued in Cape Town. For Algeria, it’s all good as they can keep on hopes of progressing to the second round of the 2010 World Cup. - Friday 18 June 2010

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