Guinea have nothing to lose

Guinea have nothing to lose

Guinea go into their second match of the 2015 African Cup of Nations against Cameroon with nothing to lose on.

Mbia return boosts Cameroon

Mbia return boosts Cameroon
The return of Stephane Mbia will provide Cameroon with a boost ahead of their Africa Cup of Nations clash with Guinea.

Renard wants a lot more from Yaya Toure

Renard wants a lot more from Yaya Toure

Ivory Coast coach Herve Renard says he wants more from Yaya Toure after a below par openinmg game.

Two game ban for Gervinho

Two game ban for Gervinho
Ivory Coast striker Gervinho will play no further part in the group stage of the African Nations Cup after he was banned for two matches for striking an opponent, the Confederation of African Football said on Wednesday.

Gervinho waiting to learn fate

Gervinho waiting to learn fate
Ivory Coast attacker Gervinho will discover the length of his suspension on Wednesday after the key forward was sent off in an African Nations Cup group game the previous day.

Renard feels Group D wide open

Renard feels Group D wide open
Ivory Coast coach Herve Renard believes that the point against Guinea is not a true reflection of who will advance to the quarter-finals from Group D.

Oyongo spares Cameroonian blushes

Oyongo spares Cameroonian blushes

Volker Finke's new-look Cameroon side needed a late equaliser to escape with a 1-1 draw from their CAF Africa Cup of Nations opener against Mali.

Guinea rock Ivory Coast but can only draw

Guinea rock Ivory Coast but can only draw
Guinea almost caused an early shock in Group D of the Africa Cup of Nations but were held 1-1 by the Ivory Coast in Malabo.

Renard wants African coaches

Renard wants African coaches

Ivory Coast coach Herve Renard admits that "it would be nice" if there were no more Europeans in charge of African national teams.

Cameroon World Cup campaign very much in past

Cameroon World Cup campaign very much in past
Cameroon coach Volker Finke said his side's disastrous FIFA World Cup campaign is very much a thing of the past as the Indomitable Lions get ready to start their CAF Africa Cup of Nations campaign.

Bony ready to be lead man

Bony ready to be lead man
This Africa Cup of Nations is Ivory Coast’s first major international tournament since Didier Drogba retired from international football. Now it's the £28 million Wilfried Bony who will bear the responsibility of leading the line instead.

My turn to pass on experience

My turn to pass on experience
Ivory Coast captain Yaya Toure, the reigning African footballer of the year, admits he is enjoying the responsibility that comes with leading the Elephants' new generation into this year's CAF Africa Cup of Nations.

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