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Aliko Dangote, Chairman, Dangote Group

Africa's Richest Man Will Fire Wenger If He Buys Arsenal

Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote’s first order of business if he succeeds in buying English Premier League soccer club Arsenal will be to fire the manager, Arsene Wenger.

Gabon's national team at the AFCON. Credit: AP Photo/Sunday Alamba/Quartz

Africa is the biggest beneficiary of FIFA's new 48-team World Cup format (Infographic)

When FIFA voted in January to change the format of soccer’s World Cup starting from 2026, it was unclear how the increase in participating nations, from 32 to 48, would affect slot allocations to the six geographic confederations.

Issa Hayatou (L) and Sepp Blatter back in May 2015. (Reuters/Arnd Wiegmann)

The future of global football is now in Africa's hands

When FIFA’s corruption scandals first erupted in May, there were calls by some in Europe to end the organization as we know it.

Sunday Oliseh, Coach of Nigeria's national football team, the Super Eagles

Nigeria appoints former Super Eagles midfielder and captain Sunday Oliseh as new coach

Nigeria have appointed former Super Eagles midfielder and captain Sunday Oliseh as their new coach.

FIFA Chief Sepp Blatter and South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma at the 2010 FIFA World Cup (Reuters/David Gray)

Dear Europe: No, you can't have 'your' football back, signed Africa

Like most right-thinking people, I don’t condone corruption and abhor anyone responsible for ruining the integrity of the game that we love. But a troubling narrative has emerged out of the FIFA corruption scandal.

Sepp Blatter, FIFA President

Confederation of African Football (CAF) promises support for Sepp Blatter's FIFA presidency bid in upcoming election

Africa will support Sepp Blatter in next year’s FIFA presidential election, the Confederation of African Football said on Saturday after a meeting of its executive committee in the Ethiopian capital.