Some of Africa's best footballers play for clubs on the continent

From Africa is a Country Tue Jan 22 2013, 14:12:29

It is a positive that major cable networks are bothering to relay the results of the African Cup of Nations, though it is a shame their offerings remain annoyingly Eurocentric. After Alain Traoré equalized for Burkina Faso yesterday, CNN gleefully reminded the viewers at home that Traoré played his club football for Lorient in France! [...]

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