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Can Ghana end their drought? The Black Stars have a real chance of winning their first Nations Cup title since 1982. But victory has a cost that many fans should calculate with realism, reports Michael Oti Adjei from Accra. Jan 1, 2012 1165
So close, yet so far: never has an African team been nearer a World Cup semi-final than Ghana's Black Stars, whose praiseworthy form saved the continent from total embarrassment in South Africa, reports Michael Oti Adjei, who travelled with the team. Aug 1, 2010 1779
Can the Black Stars shine? The Ghanaians may only be playing in their second World Cup finals but fans in the West African country believe they are in with a chance, writes Michael Oti Adjei. Jun 1, 2010 1079
A coronation without a king: the embarrassing absence of the continent's top players from the 2009 CAF African Player of the year awards, as well as the controversial choice of Didier Drogba for the crown, does little for the credibility of the event, as Michael Oti Adjei reports. Apr 1, 2010 1403
A mountain to climb; the below-par performance of DRCongo's TP Mazembe at the 2009 FIFA Club World Cup in the UAE is indicative of the steep curve that African clubs must ascend, in order to compete against the best from Europe and South America, writes Michael Oti Adjei. Feb 1, 2010 668

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