The hardest thing about football is finding a replacement for it when it’s all over because there just isn’t any, especially as we quite simply witnessed one of the greatest major tournaments of all-time. So we decided to do half-review, half-awards bash to cherish what we’ve just witnessed. Tom Legg, East African football coinosseur, is back and he is joined by Steve of Spirit of Mirko, an African football enthusiast, both of these guys have been providing excellent Cup of Nations coverage,
Here is the panel for the awards:
Tom – Tom is an East African football enthusiast and expert and has produced some fantastic tactical pieces during the Cup of Nations. For further reading of his expert reports and tactical analyses you can visit his blog Eastern Promise and follow him on twitter.
Steve – Steve is an African football enthusiast, Cardiff City supporter and founder of the brilliant, Guardian-nominated 100-football-blogs-to-follow blog Spirit of Mirko which deals with football’s trivialities, curiosities and statistics, although has also diversified into African football recently with enlightening pieces like this. You can follow him on twitter.
Salim – Editor and co-founder of this humble site, Salim is obsessed with all things football and has been watching the Cup of Nations religiously.
James - Co-founder and writer, video-producer extraordinaire and the strategist behind our marketing ploys.
Sagar – Editor and writer, has a fetish for fringe players and is equally knowledgeable in the field of cricket.
Amro – Editor and co-founder, his current dream is that Zico will lead Iraq to Brazil in 2014 so he can join the samba party.
Joe – Writer, a recent addition to the team, he has a fine eye for tactical detail and has already done some brilliant pieces of analysis.
Kevin – Writer, Kevin is one of the two members on the team who had a native nation to support at the Cup of Nations. He’s still nursing the wounds of Ghana’s exit but the future is bright for the Black Stars.