Five killed in Angola stampede

Five people were killed and seven injured in a stampede after an African Champions League soccer match in the Angolan capital Luanda on Saturday, the sports ministry said.

Five Serie A September talking points

Five Serie A September talking points

Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first two goals for Juventus as they beat Sassuolo 2-1 on Sunday to maintain their perfect start to the season, although the win was marred by Douglas Costa’s red card for spitting.

Ghana hand bans to refs

Ghana hand bans to refs

The Referees' Association of Ghana (RAG) has handed life-time bans to six more referees in the wake of an investigation into bribery.

Bailly to weigh up options

Bailly to weigh up options

Ivory Coast international defender Eric Bailly could be ready to quit Manchester United in January.

Five Premier League lessons from the weekend

Five Premier League lessons from the weekend

Both Chelsea and Liverpool maintained their perfect starts to the English top-flight season with wins over Cardiff and Tottenham respectively.

Mixed fortunes for Senegal and Ivory Coast

Mixed fortunes for Senegal and Ivory Coast

The death of a fan overshadowed Madagascar's 2-2 draw with Senegal on Sunday as qualifiers continued for next year's Africa Cup of Nations.

Stadium tragedy in Madagascar

Stadium tragedy in Madagascar

One person died and 40 were injured in a stampede before kick-off at an African Nations Cup qualifier between Madagascar and Senegal in Antananarivo on Sunday.

The star who hated football

The star who hated football

Stoke City Striker Peter Crouch says his former Spurs team-mate and Cameroon international Benoit Assou-Ekotto was not only not interested in football, he genuinely didn't like it.

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