Saturday 06 February 2016

Friday 05 February 2016

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The Urban Warriors released a statement on their official website confirming that they will not be taking part in this year's Caf Confederation Cup campaign due to security reasons

Thursday 04 February 2016

Wednesday 03 February 2016

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The controversial striker, who signed for Crystal Palace in the January window, intends to be a model professional at his new club and is adamant he is not a negative influence

Tuesday 02 February 2016

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With the January transfer window having now shut, Goal takes a look at the best side made up of players who remain unattached

Sunday 31 January 2016

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Having reached 20 goals in just 19 Bundesliga games, the Borussia Dortmund attacker is hoping to beat the Germany legend's tally of 40

Saturday 30 January 2016

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The 19-year-old Nigerian is no stranger to City fans but is yet to receive a great deal of recognition elsewhere, something which is sure to change in the coming weeks and months

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Goal revealed earlier this month that a deal was close to completion, with the pair now having been pictured alongside the club's hierarchy including manager Arsene Wenger

Friday 29 January 2016

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The Roma coach feels the winger must focus on being able to dribble past opponents again and find his inspiration to get back to his best

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The 35-year-old, who won the Champions League and the Premier League during his six years at Chelsea, has completed a move to Egypt

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A number of African players are still rumoured to be on the transfer lists of some clubs, Goal takes a look at top 10 players are still available for a last-minute panic buy

Thursday 28 January 2016

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With the Uefa Champions League around the corner, Goal takes a look at 10 African players that are eligible to move to clubs that are still in the competition

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Following Gervinho's switch to Hebei China Fortune from AS Roma, Goal count down the top ten greatest African players to ply their trade in China

Wednesday 27 January 2016

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The Republic's top sides have already splashed €136.25 million on new players, which is nearly €20m more than their Premier League counterparts in England