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Ed Dove
Works at Goal Nigeria
Attended University of Strasbourg
Lived in Oxford
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Editorial: Khune/Khuzwayo/Pieterse: Who should start for Kaizer Chiefs?
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Match Report: Hearts of Oak 1 Medeama 2 Ghana FA Cup semi-final
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Al Ain considering offers for Asamoah Gyan http://bit.ly/1NFAsiG  
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Super Falcons: Were Nigeria right to sack Edwin Okon?
Sacked after Super Falcons' disastrous World Cup outing in Canada, Goal explore whether the coach was right to be axed, or whether he could have learned from his mistakes
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Jeffrey Schlupp signs new Leicester City contract http://bit.ly/1R0laeo  
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Gallery: John Obi Mikel, Nwankwo Kanu & top 10 African players to play for Chelsea or Arsenal
Gervinho: The AS Roma star may have flopped at Arsenal—where he never felt he was given a fair crack of the whip by Arsene Wenger—but he just pips Champions League-winning Salomon Kalou in our list. The forward remains a dazzling presence in wide areas, even if he rarely showed it in North London, and was influential as the Cote d’Ivoire broke their Cup of Nations hoodoo.
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Kaka wants to convince Kevin-Prince Boateng to move to Orlando City http://bit.ly/1IYzoCY  
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Stoke City are in advanced discussions about the signing of Udinese midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu.
The Potters are understood to be closing in on the Ghana midfielder ahead of a summer transfer
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Editorial: Why Orlando Pirates recruit Felipe Ovono is the player Kaizer Chiefs need to replace Itumeleng Khune http://bit.ly/1fXKPUe 
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Editorial: Kakuta, Moses, Atsu, Omeruo...Baba?: Why young talent must think twice before going to Chelsea
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Sports Writer/Journalist
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  • Goal Nigeria
    UK Correspondent, 2012 - present
    http://www.goal.com/en-ng/
  • Bleacher Report
    World Football Writer, 2012 - 2013
    http://bleacherreport.com/users/1522553-ed-dove
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Previously
Oxford - Strasbourg - Liverpool - Durham - London
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African Football Journalist based in Oxford, London and Strasbourg
Introduction
Ed is an African football expert who writes about the continent's sport often from a political, cultural, or religious perspective. He has spent time in North and South Africa, and currently works for Goal.com writing content for their Nigerian and Ghanaian editions. He has had work published in various Nigerian newspapers and journals, and has written regularly for the likes of In Bed With Maradona, Bleacher Report, World Soccer, Kick Off, Soccer Laduma, the BBC, Vanguard Nigeria, Lovely Left Foot, and Newsround. He has done radio work with TalkSPORT and many of his pieces can be found at http://eddydove.com
Education
  • University of Strasbourg
  • School of Oriental and African Studies
  • Durham University
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