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Didier Drogba has said that Côte d’Ivoire are worthy of the tag of favourites at the CAF Africa Cup of Nations and admits Les Elephants are “tired of losing out”.
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Ivory Coast captain Didier Drogba says his team's desperate search for a long-awaited African Cup title won't now revolve around him in what is likely to be his last continental championship.
Drogba said Wednesday as the Ivorians arrived in South Africa, ''I'm not thinking about myself, I'm thinking about the team.''
Drogba will be nearly 37 the...
South Africa's second big football party in three years will be all about whether Didier Drogba and Ivory Coast will finally be celebrating when the lights go out - again - at Soccer City.
While South Africa's World Cup and the last two European Championships brought unrestrained joy for Spain, the African Cup of Nations has been increasingly depressing for this continent...
Chelsea and former England star Frank Lampard is likely to be left out in the Stamford Bridge cold in London at the end of the season. The 34 year old will be out of contract in the summer and Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has made his intentions clear that the midfield legend will be surplus to requirements. This is down to Chelsea’s policy of only offering players over the age...
Black Stars players celebrating a goal during the qualifiers
The 29th edition of the Africa Cup of Nations gets under way at South Africa’s Soccer City stadium on Saturday.
The 2013 iteration of the CAF tournament—which has been moved forward a year to prevent it clashing with World Cup years—will not feature traditional African powerhouses like Egypt, Cameroon or Senegal....