Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote has set his sights on buying Premier League giants Arsenal in the near future.
They dream of being the next Cristiano Ronaldo, but for many budding young stars who arrive in Portugal from Africa and Latin America, Europe's football riches remain an illusion.
This world cup was touted to be a giant leap forward for African football. Sadly, it didn't turn out that way. Five of the six African nations packed their bags in the very first round. Ghana, has slowly but steadily, crept into the last eight. THT's Somnath Sengupta anyalyzes there performance till now and evaluates their chances to reach semi-final.
As promised, we continue with the World Cup Special Quizzing here at TheHardTackle. It's time to put on your quizzing hats and get ready to crack the questions posted by our quizzing enthusiast Sounak Mukherjee.
With world class talent from the best of the leagues, Côte d'Ivoire is Africa's primary hope of winning the world cup. After facing a tough group four years ago, can the Ivory Coast come out unharmed this time around? TheHardTackle's Karan Yadav explores the Africans' chances of snapping up the big prize.