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  • Afcon football final 2013: Nigeria Vs Bukinafaso

    Nigerian coach, Stephen keshi "big boss" is on the verge of equaling the records as the second coach to win African nations cup both as a player and a manager after the great Egyptian Mahmoud El Gohary of blessed memory, who won it as a player in 1959 and as a coach in 1998.
    Keshi, the Super eagles manager, who has not been given the chance of success from how he struggled to qualify for the knock out stage as a runner up in group C behind the leader Bukinafaso started gaining support from his kinsmen after the defeat of tournament favorite Ivory Coast and the emphatic win over the Malians.
    The super eagles have now been considered the better side having shown high technical abilities, meanwhile one cannot overruled the fighting spirit of the bukinababe. Afcon final in Soweto promises to be a cracker between two time winner, Nigeria and first finalist Bukinafaso.
    Meanwhile Mali defeated Ghana 3-1 to win the bronze medal yesterday, a repeated victory as it occurred last year.
    check more on Sport

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    Nigeria 1, Bukinafaso 0

    Sunday Mba, one of home grown in the team made it for nigeria at 40th minute of the first half. The opportunity she missed in South africa in 1996 to defend her title due to political reason by the then military leader General Abacha of blessed memory is being fulfilled here in Soweto.
    check details at: afriland (dot) net
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      Is Nigeria untouchable?

      Nigerian Football Association assistant technical director James Peters is convinced the Super Eagles will have zero problems in seeing off Ethiopia in the final round of World Cup qualifying.

      Read more: Peters: Nigeria untouchable | Soccer Report

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        Rio wants diving punishment

        Rio Ferdinand believes retrospective punishment is the only way to weed diving out of the game, but says the decision would need to be implemented on a world-wide scale, and not only in the Premier League.

        Read more: Rio wants diving punishment | Soccer Report

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          Rio wants diving punishment

          Rio Ferdinand believes retrospective punishment is the only way to weed diving out of the game, but says the decision would need to be implemented on a world-wide scale, and not only in the Premier League.

          Read more: Rio wants diving punishment | Soccer Report

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