African Cup of Nations Preview: Nigeria's Super Eagles back; cautiously optimistic (for once)

From Africa is a Country Thu Jan 17 2013, 12:00:29

Post written by Cheta Nwanze from Lagos* Nigeria has not done well on the continent for quite a while. And by well, we mean we have not won it since forever. Let's get real, a child who was born in 1994 is right about ready to start having its own kids, so it is that [...]

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