The Juventus team of Ghana’s Kwadwo Asamoah, Italy’s Angelo Ogbonna and the French pair Patrice Evra and Paul Pogba.
Of course football administrators in predominantly white countries that aren’t Africa have no interest at all in “looking after” their families.
When the rapper Akala called out Britain’s racism on Frankie Boyle’s show.
In Britain in 2015, racism is being used to dismantle the consensus on the welfare state, and to undo the greatest achievement of British democracy.
We’ve teamed up with brand new soccer kit supplier AMS (like them on Facebook) to give you the chance to win a Sierra Leone or South Sudan kit.
Nine conclusions we can draw from the hype machine that was the viral advocacy campaign, Kony 2012.
A very short introduction to Peter Mutharika, Malawi’s new President.
Can you name at least ten at least 10 black football managers who are in charge of club teams in the top leagues; and by top we mean Europe.
Before Eusebio, it was unthinkable for a European national team to be dominated by or build around players of African origin.
We don’t want to see a film about what might have been, however seductive that aspect of Burkina Faso’s history is. But what was achieved.
European football officials may have missed it, but Palestine already scored several goals in this season’s UEFA Champions League.
The UK government is now openly tweeting its contempt for people of color.
Even after the Mau Mau case the British will never stop kidding themselves about the crimes of empire.
Why when African leaders meet Barack Obama, they are received in groups (unlike all other heads of state) and rarely get to speak?
Did Nigeria’s now-President allegedly take $1m from a state government anti-poverty fund to allegedly bring Beyonce and Jay-Z to Nigeria in 2006?
We want to present a more global, postcolonial (for want for a better word) take on world football.
If the image of the starving black child has been deemed obsolete, then so has the Western “we” that claimed so much power for itself in the late 1980s.
Africa isn’t a brand and we find the clamor for “positive news” from Africa inane and condescending.
A big part of the story that is being missed about Invisible Children is that they’re firmly rooted in Evangelical Christianity.
The power to choose on social media who is to be the next target of America’s moral manhunt, all with the benediction of a panel of biddable celebrities.