The 2013 African Cup Of Nations: The Group Matches, Round One

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  1. fwis says:

    Well done for wading through all those matches.

    It’s been hard work just getting through the ITV4 games for me.

    Given the generally appalling standard of basic goalkeeping in the first round of matches, I hoped, in vain, for a shed load of goals.

    But few players seems to want to have a shot, and most of those that do blast them out of the stadium.

    The Tunisian goal was a highlight but I’m hoping that every side goes for it a bit more in the next batch of games.

  2. Steve Thomas says:

    I’m glad i recorded the games to so i could skip forward 2 mins at a time when thing got boring. Needless to say, i managed to condense one or two games down to about 40 mins!

    Here’s hoping it picks up because i actually really enjoy this tournament normally.

  1. January 23, 2013

    [...] “Blimey. They could have warned us Mark Bright was a British Eurosport analyst for the ‘AFCON 2013′. With the first group games being largely turgid, Bright had a lot of gaps in the action to fill. He chose to do so with ‘y’know,’ – an ironic nervous tic when discussing tournament nerves. He rattled them off at ten-to-the-dozen at first, eventually settling down to produce 178 during the 90 minutes plus stoppage time, although this was only 12 higher than Danny Mills, who also began with sentences which mostly were y’knows, before settling down to about two-per-minute. And if you think the football must have been bad for me to be able to count them, you’re right.” twohundredpercent [...]

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