media Is the culture of silence among Black male athletes ending? This article touches on the notion of social movements. In particular, it discusses the recent rise in activism among Black male athletes in response to police brutality, among other injustices. Institutional prejudices against your own: The unfortunate case of African football This article considers the state of African football, in which white European managers are typically preferred over indigenous African managers. Too much of a good thing: 5 tips for managing star-performer egos on sport’s biggest stage This article discusses ways in which managers can manage their celebrity players.

Sydney & J.L. Huffines Institute for Sport Medicine & Human Performance: It’s not just about playing the game… This article focuses on some of the findings from my doctoral research. I speak about new employee orientation for professional athletes, also known as rookie transition camps.

Sydney & J.L. Huffines Institute for Sport Medicine & Human Performance: Special issues of social responsibility This article pertains to my doctoral dissertation topic. In this case, I touch on the notion of athlete social responsibility. Time for a revolution I was invited to contribute an article to Ghana’s edition of, discussing a needed transition of the Ghana BlackStars football team. Is it time to reschedule the Africa Cup of Nations calendar? This article discusses whether the timing of Africa’s premier tournament should be changed to better suit the FIFA and European calendar. Loyalty to club or country as 2013 Africa Cup of Nations beckons. This article examines the dilemma faced by African players playing in Europe when it comes to the Africa Cup of Nations.