Monday, January 26, 2015

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All four teams are in with a chance of progressing into the knockout phase heading into the final match but the coach is sure his side can see it through

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Both sides crash out of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations after failing to impress in a tepid 0-0 draw in Ebebiyin, with the sodden conditions seemingly having a significant effect

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The Leopards came from behind to earn an invaluable point, sending both sides into the Afcon quarter-finals with the Carthage Eagles progressing as Group B winners

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The West Ham striker withdrew from Senegal's Africa Cup of Nations squad with a back injury but returned to hit the winner in the Irons' FA Cup victory over Bristol City

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The Fifa president says Europe's governing body needs to be courageous and announce a candidate or leave him to get on with the job of leading world football

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The South African skipper will face the Black Stars in the must-win game on Tuesday despite his inability to train Sunday

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Failure to win on Monday will see Zambia crash out and if they win, they require Tunisia to avoid defeat against DR Congo

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A draw is enough for Tunisia to progress, but the coach demands his men go out to take all three points and secure top spot

Sunday, January 25, 2015

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COMMENT: A shock win for the team ranked 118 in the world puts them into the quarter-finals and sends a TV commentator into a frenzy, while the people of Bata and Malabo celebrate

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Substitute Fabrice Ondama's late winner secured first place for the Red Devils in Group A, while capping off an abysmal tournament for Paul Put's men

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A fantastic goalkeeping performance from Felipe Ovono allowed for the tournament hosts to grow into a hard-fought game and net two second-half goals to seal their qualification