My Enemies At Work, Says Keshi


Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi has said that the allegation that he applied for the job of coaching Ivory Coast senior national team, the Elephants, was the work of his enemies who want him sacked from his current job. The news broke when the Federation Ivoirienne de Football, FIF, published

NFF Boss Reveals Why Keshi May Soon Be In Serious Trouble


Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi, may soon be in trouble if he is found guilty of allegedly trying to get another job while still on contract with the Nigerian side. This is according to Amanju Pinnick, president of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), who made this disclosure during a live

Yaya Toure’s Ex-Boss Dumps Him For Enyeama


Vincent Enyeama will be welcoming a new boss next season and surprisingly, this new boss deserted Africa’s best player, Yaya Toure to team up with the Super Eagles skipper. According to a report by www.

Former Ivory Coast coach Renard taking over at Lille

Herve Renard appointed Lille manager PARIS (Reuters) – Former Ivory Coast coach Herve Renard will take over at Lille from Rene Girard who is leaving by mutual consent after two seasons in charge of the Ligue 1 side.

8 Year Old Boy from Ivory Coast Found in Suitcase at Spanish Border in Botched Smuggling Attempt


An 8-year-old boy from Ivory Coast was found locked up in a suitcase in a failed smuggling attempt into Spain. CNN reports that he was bundled up tightly in a fetal position, in a pink, medium-sized polyester suitcase, that also contained a few personal belongings. He was locked up in

Ivory Coast Bans Skin-Whitening Cream, Says It Causes Cancer, Diabetes


In what can be described as a very terrible news for those young women – and some men – planning to embrace the new trend of bleaching, as well as others already buried in it, the government of Ivory Coast has banned skin-whitening creams across the West African country. According to

Ivory Coast Jails Ex-first Lady 20 Years Over Election Violence


A court in Ivory Coast on Tuesday found former first lady Simone Gbagbo guilty of charges related to her role in a 2011 post-election crisis in which around 3,000 people were killed, sentencing her to 20 years in prison, her lawyer said. Gbagbo, who is also wanted by the International