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Re: African Football

Postby Coman » Sun Jan 22, 2017 10:10 pm

Aubameyang already back to Dortmund.
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Re: African Football

Postby ramsej84 » Sun Jan 22, 2017 10:13 pm

Coman wrote:Aubameyang already back to Dortmund.

Eliminated... ?

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Re: African Football

Postby Coman » Sun Jan 22, 2017 10:13 pm

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Coman wrote:Aubameyang already back to Dortmund.

Eliminated... ?

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Yes despite the fact they played the CAN at home
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Re: African Football

Postby ramsej84 » Sun Jan 22, 2017 10:34 pm

Coman wrote:
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Coman wrote:Aubameyang already back to Dortmund.

Eliminated... ?

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Yes despite the fact they played the CAN at home


my impression is that this time round the level is a bit low!
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Re: African Football

Postby Coman » Mon Jan 23, 2017 10:49 am

Tonight a great Senegal - Algeria
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Re: African Football

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Re: African Football

Postby ramsej84 » Sat Mar 18, 2017 12:18 pm

@ottackon

what happened to this Hachim Mastour ?
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Re: African Football

Postby ottackon » Thu Mar 23, 2017 4:50 pm

ramsej84 wrote:@ottackon

what happened to this Hachim Mastour ?

I don't know, he's probably not that good.
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Re: African Football

Postby ottackon » Thu Mar 23, 2017 4:51 pm

A really great read on my beloved city :-P

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HOW THE GEOPOLITICAL CRISIS IS SHAKING UP BEIN SPORTS

Postby ottackon » Sat Jun 10, 2017 3:33 pm

Day by day, the rupture between Saudi Arabia's coalition and Qatar creates new and unexpected consequences, some of which directly affect sports. In 24 hours, beIN Media Group, the Qatari television empire was stunned by the departure of many consultants and commentators and the unilateral boycott of the satellite package in Egypt. Shake-ups that could weaken both the African monopoly of the group and the Qatari strategy on the continent, based on sports marketing.

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In France, when it was necessary to determine the sports replicas of the geopolitical earthquake in the Gulf, a great majority of debates focused on two points: the PSG project and the 2022 World Cup. Two pillars of the Doha strategy now endangered by the diplomatic rupture between Qatar and Saudi Arabia and its allies (Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Yemen and Egypt). But another pillar has been tottering: beIN Sports. Not the French subsidiary that has established itself as a major player in France since 2012, but the parent company.

Indeed, all Saudi, Egyptian, Emirati and Bahraini commentators and consultants deserted the sinking ship. On the same day and in solidarity with its government, the Egyptian Federation launched a boycott of beIN Sports and announced that the channels of the TV package will no longer have the right to cover the matches of the national football team and clubs engaged in international competitions.

On their way to Tunisia tomorrow for a qualifying match for the 2019 ACN, players from the Pharaohs' national team, led by Héctor Cúper, have already been instructed not to respond to the channel's interviews.

BeIN Sports, an exclusive broadcaster that risks stadium banning

The three clubs still engaged in African competitions (Al Ahly and Zamalek in the Champions League, Smouha in the Confederation Cup, the equivalent of the Europa League) confirmed this boycott. A boycott all the more problematic as beIN holds the exclusive rights to broadcast these competitions.

Africa, a "marketing laboratory" compromised for Qatar?

Qatar has made sports its spearhead to promote its image abroad and in France, but has never advanced its pawns at random. Whether for TV rights or sponsorship in football, each operation carried out in France is also conducted in parallel or a few months before in Africa, with a strong affinity with Maghreb. The two markets are used either as sounding balloons to test the reliability of a strategy or to confirm the effectiveness of the latter.

The typical example of successful sports sponsorship is the mobile operator "Ooredoo", which whilst investing in its visibility in France in September 2013 by giving its name to the Camp des Loges (PSG's training centre), gains ground in the Tunisian and Algerian markets at the same time thanks to football-related partnerships : shirt sponsor of the leading clubs in the league of Tunisia (September 2013), advertising campaign with Lionel Messi as ambassador in Algeria (November 2013).

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Two years before beIN France made its breakthrough debut in the world of TV rights with Euro 2012, the parent company- still under the label Al Jazeera Sports - supplanted the former exclusive rights holder of football rights In Africa (NT and clubs), the Saudi Arabian satellite package "ART", and got all the broadcasting rights, with the African Cup of Nations and the African Champions League as flagships. As a result of the uniformity of the brand, all the sports channels (parent company and French subsidiary) were renamed beIN Sports at the beginning of 2014.

Forcing through and prohibitive prices

This change of monopoly has not changed the lives of football fans in Africa. In the ART era, it was the local populations who were suffering, because the national channels could not pay the astronomical sums demanded by the rights holder and thus broadcast the matches of their clubs and NT. The Tunisian national TV won the prize of amateurism by negotiating the matches by fragments and even one day offered its viewers only one half - the first - of a 2010 World Cup qualifier match, being unable to afford the second period ... In place of the last 45 minutes of Mozambique-Tunisia, viewers were entitled to reruns of Mister Bean !

By taking control of TV rights, beIN Sports practiced the same prices considered prohibitive by the local channels for the sale of these rights, proposing for example a pack of ten matches of the 2017 ACN to the national Moroccan TV for a sum of €10.1m. As a result, the illegality to have access to matches (apart from the sacrosanct solution to go to a café) has become the norm: pirate decryption, streaming sites, and more agressive methods like the one that saw the Algerian national TV force a camera into the Ouagadougou stadium in 2013, where an official match of its NT was played (Burkina Faso-Algeria, qualifying play-off for the 2014 World Cup). Al Jazeera Sport claimed 1.5 million dollars to the Algerians to broadcast the match, they preferred the illegal solution. Well might the Qatari channel have condemned them, it was a waste of time.

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The Egyptian boycott is perhaps only a first step. During the week, other African countries, such as Senegal and Gabon, declared their support to Saudi Arabia. These countries will not necessarily also convert this diplomatic position into hostility towards beIN Sports, but if Egypt takes the plunge and bans Qatari cameras entering stadiums (thus ignoring contractual commitments), this will give ideas to others, especially where the revolt against TV rights is the strongest. And what if the television hegemony patiently shaped by the satellite package of the ambitious emirate ends up bending under the effect of the natural affinity of Africa with disorder and instability ?

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Re: African Football

Postby ottackon » Sat Jun 10, 2017 4:13 pm

ramsej84 wrote:@ottackon

what happened to this Hachim Mastour ?

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Re: African Football

Postby Firefox1234 » Thu Jul 20, 2017 8:50 pm

About damn time....
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Re: African Football

Postby ramsej84 » Fri Jul 21, 2017 11:58 pm

Firefox1234 wrote:About damn time....
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Well done to those who took this decision

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Re: African Football

Postby MUTU » Sat Jul 22, 2017 6:12 am

Poor players. It's too hot to be playing football in Africa in June and July.
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Re: African Football

Postby ramsej84 » Sat Jul 22, 2017 7:09 am

MUTU wrote:Poor players. It's too hot to be playing football in Africa in June and July.

Games can always start at 21.00 & 19.00

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