Big men playing football: Money, politics and foul play in the African game

Doctoral thesis, Book English OPEN
Pannenborg, A.R.C.;
  • Publisher: African Studies Centre
  • Subject: Cameroon; Ghana

While the skills of players can be observed on pitches throughout Africa, the actions of those who run the game's administrative side are less visible. Based on anthropological fieldwork in Ghana and Cameroon, this study's main characters are rich and powerful men who t... View more
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