Nations Cup winner Herve Renard is among five names being considered by Ivory Coast to become their new coach.
Chelsea send Nigerian defender Kenneth Omeruoto to English second tier side Middlesbrough for a second loan spell.
Ivory Coast striker Didier Drogba is considering returning to Chelsea on a one-year deal for the coming season.
Man Utd move for Hummels in doubt, Man City deny Drogba interest, Arsenal want Smalling or Jones, plus more.
The 2014 African Women's Championship hosts Namibia are drawn alongside six-time winners Nigeria, Zambia and Ivory Coast.
Benin, Lesotho, Congo Brazzaville earn wins in Nations Cup qualifiers as Mozambique strike late in Tanzania.
Frenchman Christian Gourcuff is named as the new coach of Algeria's national team, replacing Vahid Halilhodzic.
Nigeria striker Brown Ideye expresses delight at his 'dream' move, becoming West Bromwich Albion's new club record signing.
Fifa ends its ban on Nigeria following a court ruling, allowing the reinstatement of Nigeria's Football Federation board.
Botswana, Uganda and Sierra Leone all secure wins in Africa Cup of Nations second-round first leg qualifiers.
After reaching the World Cup last 16, Nigeria move up to become the third highest African team in Fifa's rankings for July.
West Brom say they have paid a club-record transfer fee for Dynamo Kiev's Nigeria striker Brown Ideye.
Chelsea and Senegal striker Demba Ba passes medical and completes a £4.7m move to 13-time Turkish champions Besiktas.
Zamalek striker Dominque da Silva is banned for three matches by Caf for physically assaulting a referee.
Man City line up Barkley bid, QPR agree fee with Cardiff for Caulker, West Ham want Jenkinson, plus more.
Ibrahim Koroma protests his innocence after being suspended by Sierra Leone over match-fixing allegations.
Ghanaian Prince Buaben signs a one-year deal with Hearts and becomes the Tynecastle club's sixth summer signing.
Algeria international Rafik Halliche signs a three-year deal with Qatar Sports Club after the end of his deal with Academica.
Sierra Leone captain Ibrahim Kargbo is among 15 who have been suspended over allegations of match-fixing.
Stoke City's new Senegal striker Mame Biram Diouf says he is a better player than when he last played in the Premier League.
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