What We've Learned From Day One Of The 2013 African Nations Cup

From Africa is a Country Sat Jan 19 2013, 23:42:16

South Africa's Bafana Bafana were sloppy and did not take their opponents seriously. It was a woeful display. Cape Verde on the other hand were purposeful and deserved their point. The way coach Lucio Antunes cast a gimlet eye over the proceedings was impressive. He seemed to have a five bar connection to his players. [...]

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