Burkina Faso's match-fixer coach calls himself "the Lance Armstrong of football" and wants to win Afcon for Blaise Compaoré

From AFRICA IS A COUNTRY Fri Feb 8 2013, 03:00:08

Zambia's victory in last year's Africa Cup of Nations was a great story, and one that even the crustiest of cynics could get behind. A team returned to the site of the national tragedy in which their fathers' wonderfully talented generation of footballers were killed, and won the trophy against overwhelming odds. They sung in [...]

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