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    Quote Originally Posted by pitbull View Post
    they can play it every summer for all I care, just stop $#@!ing with club football
    club football should stop fkng with their tournament

    besides...im sure alot of club scouts were present

    u cant have it all ur way u know
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    Quote Originally Posted by mukumsplau View Post
    club football should stop fkng with their tournament

    besides...im sure alot of club scouts were present

    u cant have it all ur way u know
    club football is important and African football federation is the only one that fails to acknowledge it and keeps organizing their tournament in the winter, you could even argue that this has negative effects on the careers of African football players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocelot View Post
    Problem is African leagues have their off-period during winter, not summer.
    it's the same for many leagues in Europe where it's too cold in the winter to play outside, but you don't see it disturbing FIFA WC or UEFA EC, they just plan accordingly because it doesn't happen every year

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afghan_juventus View Post
    lmao all the butthurts. Its their continent they can hold the tournament whenever they want
    they should have some respect for their best players
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    Motta was always a good player. It's not fair judging a player under the Delneri days.

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    Cameroon won it btw, with a nice golazo.



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    This guy played for Egypt, name sound familiar

    http://www.transfermarkt.pl/trezegue...spieler/234189

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    Is it just me or does he look like Trez a bit

    Btw thats some EPL level defending by Egypt on the gif
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    Yep, its a nickname he was given because he looks a bit similar to the original Trezeguet

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    the coach looks younger than him

    Anyway, I'm somewhat happy that Egypt ended up losing the final. Otherwise, the media wouldn't stop praising the current $#@!$#@! residing in the presidential palace, claiming another glorious victory during his reign of terror.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bianconero81 View Post
    the coach looks younger than him

    Anyway, I'm somewhat happy that Egypt ended up losing the final. Otherwise, the media wouldn't stop praising the current $#@!$#@! residing in the presidential palace, claiming another glorious victory during his reign of terror.
    + so they don't get carried away and instead focus on fixing all the issues with this team to ensure we finally make to to russia 2018!!! as much as i enjoy egypt's success in africa, i want to see egypt make it to the world cup, i was 6 the last time that happened!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by piotrr View Post
    Christian Bassogog - 21yo



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