About

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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 for In Bed With Maradona, Soccer Laduma, Supersport, World Soccer, the BBC, Bleacher Report, Lovely Left Foot, and Newsround. He is currently African Editor of Egyptian football website King Fut.

You can contact him at Eddy_Dove@hotmail.com or via his Facebook or Twitter @Eddydove

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2 Responses to “About”

  1. oyesile seun December 29, 2013 at 8:49 pm #

    can u follow me on twittter cos i love ur post

  2. Nathan March 31, 2014 at 8:55 pm #

    Ed, your acticle about Osaze is the lowest in your career. I am amazed how you got this job working for BBC corporation. You are probably one of those empty vessels that paved their way with the connect of your family. But wait, I believe you are British arent you? You are a disgrace to sports writers, its a shame you would use your time to write such an article about the best player/striker Nigeria has to offer at the moment. Shame on you and your office.

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