2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
2-0-0, 1st in African Nations Championship
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5dEd Dove, KweséESPN

Morocco's renaissance continues with CHAN 2018

Morocco will be expecting that a successful African Nations Championship will continue their return to prominence within the continental game.

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48dAdriana Garcia

Lopetegui: Spain have 'hard, difficult group'

Spain coach Julen Lopetegui has a lot of admiration for the three countries his team will face in the group stages of the World Cup.

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Group B - A cruise for Portugal and Spain? (1:57)
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63dAdriana Garcia

El Haddadi hopeful over Morocco switch

Barcelona forward Munir El Haddadi is hopeful that FIFA will grant him clearance to represent Morocco at the 2018 World Cup.

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68dESPN staff

Morocco and Tunisia qualify for World Cup

Morocco stunned Ivory Coast 2-0 to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, while Tunisia also booked their ticket to Russia on Saturday.

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72dEd Dove, KweséESPN

Will Renard end Wilmots' troubled tenure?

Marc Wilmots has struggled as Ivorian head coach, but could redeem himself with World Cup qualification...if he finds a way past his predecessor.

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73dNick Said, KweséESPN

Wydad win a boost for Moroccan football

Could Wydad Casablanca's deserved CAF Champions League victory represent the latest step in the resurgence of Moroccan football?

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86dStephan Uersfeld

Kalou: Morocco boss Renard 'like Mourinho'

Ivory Coast's Salomon Kalou has told ESPN FC he sees Morocco coach Herve Renard as "a bit like Mourinho" ahead of their crucial World Cup qualifier.

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100dRob Train

Achraf Hakimi taking his chance

With Dani Carvajal out, Real Madrid's Achraf Hakimi has been afforded a rare chance at right-back and he seems to be taking advantage of it.

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128dStephan Uersfeld

Harit switches from France to Morocco

Schalke winger Amine Harit has switched his international allegiance from France to Morocco.

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Stillitano confident of U.S.-led bid's superiority (1:37)

RankingsAfrican Nations Championship

Goal Difference41st
Goals Scored41st
Assists0Tied-1st
Goals Conceded0Tied-1st