Congo DR, Ghana, Mali and Niger are in Group B of the African Cup of Nations and their involvement has either directly or indirectly affected teams such as Bristol City, Arsenal, Leicester City, Birmingham City, West Ham, Fulham, Wolves, Crewe Alexandra, Brighton & HA, Peterbrough, Doncaster Rovers, Burton Albion and Watford.
Angola, Cape Verde, Morocco and hosts South Africa are in Group A of the African Cup of Nations and their involvement has either directly or indirectly affected teams such as Everton, Crystal Palace, Oldham Athletic, Norwich City, QPR, Arsenal, Liverpool, Aston Villa, Tottenham Hotspur and Wrexham.
In this series Nick Harris looks at some of the young players who may be the biggest new stars of 2013. Tottenham target Adam Maher is the subject of this article, with the youngster voted the Dutch young player of the year last season.
Whilst his behaviour in Everton’s 1-1 draw to Stoke City at Goodison Park earlier this month was ‘deplorable’, Maruoane Fellaini’s head-butting of Ryan Shawcross will have won him some friends in North London.
Citigroup, Royal Bank of and UBS were sued in separate cases in New York, accused of fraud in the sale of a total of $845m in mortgage securities.
I wasn't the worst City pundit in 2012.
In the wake of Manchester United’s 4-3 victory over Newcastle United at Old Trafford on Wednesday, the Football Association have decided not to punish Sir Alex Ferguson for confronting referee Mike Dean and his assistants.
David Cameron has called on the British people to remain optimistic about their prospects in 2013, as a new poll shows that more than twice as many voters are pessimistic about the year ahead as believe that their circumstances will improve.
You have got to hand it to the Conservative party's right wing and their camp followers in Ukip.
Think Tony Greig, think Kerry Packer. The two names are indelibly linked. Yet there is another link in this chain that can easily be forgotten.