Angola 2010: The African Cup of Nations

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  1. ejh says:

    Kameni’s great. Not because he’s a great keeper, though he’s pretty good, but because he plays for Espanyol with this permanently-pissed-off expression that means something like “why have I been cursed to play with these buffoons?”

  2. EMILE-NOEL says:

    cameroon will win the nations cup in angola i can bet with anyone who doudts this

  3. Ahmad says:

    I will bet that Eygpt will win a third one because they are the only strong side with a drive so far

  1. January 8, 2010

    [...] Angola 2010: The African Cup of Nations “If this year’s African Cup of Nations in Angola has entered the psyche of English football fans at all, it is because of the cataclysmic effect on Chelsea’s Premier League title hopes of a month without Didier Drogba. Hull, Sunderland and Burnley, it seems, will be too good for Daniel Sturridge. The 2008 tournament ought to have been the breakthrough for its standing in Britain, with less talk of the damage done by holding the competition at an inconvenient time for the Premier League (how dare they?) and more talk about the… y’know… football.” (twohundredpercent) [...]

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