What We Learn From Day Six Of Afcon 2013

From Africa is a Country Fri Jan 25 2013, 01:00:41

Referees are known to ruin games waving red cards. An early red card in the game between Ghana and Mali may have made this a classic. Instead the match competed with the empty rafters for attention. Both teams played nervous, uninspiring football. Futbologists may describe this as "Democratic Republic of Congo effect" or "Dieumerci dizziness." [...]

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