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23 January 2012
Jonathan Wilson continues to document his time in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations
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23 January 2012
Who left their mark and who hit the skids this Premier League weekend? Mark Booth investigates
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23 January 2012
The weekend's top flight action analysed by Nick Govier, editor of Footballistically.co.uk
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23 January 2012
The title of ‘winter champions’ may be merely a symbolic one, but Juventus will take heart from claiming the lead at the halfway stage of the season.
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23 January 2012
GABONFootball is full of 'what ifs', but few have as much reason as Gabon to ponder what might have been.
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22 January 2012
IVORY COASTWe've been talking about last chances for a while now. But this, surely, is Ivory Coast's final, final chance for their gifted generation – perhaps the most gifted any African nation has ever known – to win something. Didier Drogba, Yaya Toure, Kolo Toure, Emmanuel Eboue, Salomon Kalou, Didier Zokora – it's a list of explosive talent few countries in the world can match, and yet so far they have never quite delivered. At World Cups, Ivory Coast have twice been undone by cruelly difficult draws; at Cups of Nations, luck has repeatedly been against them.
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21 January 2012
SENEGALA certain date is scored deep into the consciousness of Senegalese football: October 11, 2008. That was when it hit rock bottom.
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20 January 2012
ZonalMarking.net's Michael Cox uses the StatsZone app – from FFT and Opta, available now – to preview the Africa Cup of Nations - get the FREE Africa Cup of Nations version of Stats Zone now...   
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20 January 2012
As one of the smallest countries in continental Africa, what do you do if you cannot play your way to a major international tournament? In Equatorial Guinea's case the answer was simple. You buy your way in.
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20 January 2012
Jonathan Wilson agreed to furnish FourFourTwo.com with a diary of his time in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations. Here's the first instalment.

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