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Gabon and Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has slammed the country's decision to name his father as national team coach without a deal being finalised.
Former internationals Pierre-Francois Aubameyang and Daniel Cousin take over as joint coaches of Gabon after Jose Antonio Camacho's contract was not renewed.
The African continent has always been a great purveyor of talent for European competitions: Eto'o, Drogba and Yaya Toure are just a few examples of players who blossomed away from their homes. Aubameyang, Mahrez, Salah and Sadio Mane, among others, followed. There are many more successors rising through the ranks.
Heaton Stannington are a team that few people outside of Newcastle will know exist, but they have the honour of being the first team that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ever faced on English soil.
After two years of qualifiers, the latest round confirmed 23 of the 32 teams who will compete in The 2018 World Cup in Russia. While the likes of Ronaldo, Messi or Neymar will feature for their respective countries, some big names will miss out on next summer's showpiece.
Gabon coach Jose Antonio Camacho has backed Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's claim that the whole team, players and coaches, were affected by dodgy orange juice on the morning of their crucial World Cup qualifier with Morocco.
FIFA have punished numerous African nations for offences during 2018 World Cup qualifiers last month, the world football body said Tuesday.
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are two of the players at risk of not appearing at the World Cup in Russia next year. We take a look at other top players would could miss out on qualification.
Built in rainforest outside Gabon's fourth largest town as one of the venues for the Africa Cup of Nations, the Oyem stadium risks becoming a white elephant now the tournament has moved on.
Sporting agony in the shape of an early elimination from their own Africa Cup of Nations has only added to the other woes facing Gabon, a country already in the midst of a political and economic crisis.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was left to rue his gilt-edged chance that went to waste as hosts Gabon exited the Africa Cup of Nations.