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Previewing CAF Champions League Gameweek Four

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CAPS United celebrate

The second half of the CAF Champions League group stage begins on Tuesday, as Africa's top sides continue to battle it out for a spot in the knockout rounds.

Which of the continent's sides are set to close in on their spot in the final eight, and who are struggling to keep their African dreams alive?

In this feature, KweséESPN preview the midweek fixtures in the CAF CL.

Group A Ferroviario Beira have defied pre-competition predictions to sit in second place in the group after three matches, and remain...

Late Edzai Kasinauyo leaves glistening Zimbabwe legacy

The late Edzai Kasinauyo was in the crowd for Zimbabwe's 2019 Nations Cup qualifier at home to Liberia on Sunday before leaving for South Africa apparently to seek medical treatment.

It was the last time Kasinauyo watched the team he loved and once starred for, as the ex-international passed away at Johannesburg's Donald Gordon Medical Centre on Friday, plunging the nation's footballing community into mourning. Former Warriors winger Alois Bunjira says he saw his long-time friend looking jovial...

Africa Cup of Nations qualifying: Who's heading to Cameroon?

The dust has barely settled on the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, and the continent's top sides are already embroiled in a fascinating race to reach the World Cup in Russia next year.

However, the next cycle of Africa's continental showpiece is already upon us, with qualifiers set to begin in earnest for the 2019 event this weekend.

In this feature, KweséESPN's Ed Dove presents his group-by-group rundown of the Afcon qualifiers, and predicts which of the continent's sides are heading to Cameroon.

Group...

Africa's new coaches begin renaissance missions

Unsurprisingly, several African giants opted to part ways with their coaches in the wake of the Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon earlier this year, and the opening round of qualifiers offers an early opportunity to assess the impact of the new men.

Ghana, Tunisia, Ivory Coast, Algeria, and South Africa -- all among Africa's top 12 sides according to the Fifa rankings -- have changed their head coach in recent months, with many of the aforementioned heavyweights twisting after an underwhelming Afcon...

Africa's Champions League winners: A history

Three of Africa's stars could add their names to the list of the continent's Champions League winners when Juventus and Real Madrid in Cardiff on Saturday.

But who are the African greats who have won Europe's grandest prize?

In this feature, KweséESPN present a complete history of Africa's Champions League winners.

1984: Africa's first European champion was Zimbabwe international Bruce Grobbelaar, whose heroics during the 1983-84 season have gone down in Liverpool folklore as the Reds won their...

Champions League final can't hide uncertain futures for Juventus' African trio

Gab Marcotti says the Champions League final will give Gonzalo Higuain a perfect platform to silence his critics.
Juventus midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah
Juventus midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah

Juventus' African trio of Medhi Benatia, Kwadwo Asamoah, and Mario Lemina may end Saturday as European champions, but the future remains uncertain for all three despite their trophy-laden campaign.

Massimiliano Allegri and his Old Lady squad will look back on a remarkably successful season in which they won a sixth consecutive Scudetto, completed a treble, and reached a third Champions League final in three years.

Yet their African trio have all played somewhat peripheral roles. Domestically, they've...