Month: April 2017

One for the Ages

One for the Ages

April 10, 2017 By Fabian Odhiambo

There’s no competition that I love quite as much as the UEFA Champions League. Maybe the only exception is the World Cup, but that’s more due to the fact that it comes after 4 years. After watching the Champions League for the last 17 years, I still bubble with excitement now when I hear the

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Issa Wrap!

April 8, 2017 By Fabian Odhiambo

Our London Bureau Chief (and basically any other city that’s not in your country) Syl Wekesa is back and this time he draws from his geo-political knowledge to shed some light into the shifts at the leadership of African football and the implications.  Among many of his achievements, Issa Hayatou was a former sprinting athlete,

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Issa Wrap!
Why Eden Hazard eclipses the N’Golo Kanté cult and is player of the year

Why Eden Hazard eclipses the N’Golo Kanté cult ...

April 4, 2017 By Kevin Omondi

This is the title of an article by Barney Ronay that appeared on The Guardian and you should check it out here. If you haven’t- I strongly recommend that you do, before reading this. The article is founded on a statement by Joey Barton that: At the moment, everyone swears by N’Golo Kanté. It’s fashionable.

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