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1:0 vodi Alzir iz penala (ne gledam tekmu samo sam procito)edit: a u ovoj koju gledam Adebajor tuko precku

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stativa i napolje ! alal vera !edit: Obala izgleda smanjila na 2:1 u drugoj tekmiediedit: a evo sada i 2:2 !

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kraj 1:1 ! Togo ide na Burkinu Faso ! dve izuzetno opasne situacije za Tunis na kraju. teren ispod svake kritike, sudjenje potpuni kriminal, no fala bobu pa nisu uspeli da izbace bolju ekipu sa takmicenja. mislim da su svekupno igraci Togoa i Tunisa pali jedno 12-15 puta u senaestercu trazeci penal.

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iiiii danas krece rasplet u 1/4 finalu, prvo sa Ganom i Zelenortskim ostrvima od 16h, pa onda Juznoafrickom Republikom i Malijem od 18:30h.


657_48x48.jpgDauda Paintsil, Vorsah, Boye, Afful Annan, Badu Adomah, Asamoah, Wakaso, Gyan


804_48x48.jpgVozinha Varela, Nando, Gege, Nivaldo Babanco, Platini, Varela, Soares Mendes, Tavares

Ghana face off with Cape Verde in a 2013 Africa Cup of Nations quarter-final fixture that could either bring a disappointing conclusion to the former's title quest or a shattering anti-climax to the latter's fairytale cruise which began with elimination of mighty Cameroon during the qualifiers last year.While the Blue Sharks have been overshadowing giants like Morocco and Angola to emerge second in Group A proved a surprise, the Black Stars quite expectedly topped their own pile and could have thought themselves justly rewarded with a date against the unfashionable Islanders - arguably the least fancied side of the lot - but only if they had been oblivious of their opponents' giant-killing reputation.Cape Verde, courtesy of a string of fine results in recent competitive matches, could be considered as anything but easy prey, having come so far in their maiden campaign and claiming some significant scalps along the way, and that of the four-time African champions is one they certainly would love to add to their ever-expanding collection of souvenirs as they look to achieve more.That would, however, be their toughest ask yet, and perhaps a challenge too far for the debutants to attempt. Nevertheless, this is African football, after all, where surreal events are difficult to foretell - such as Zambia conquering the continent in 2012 - happen on occasion and surely none could rightly begrudge the Blue Sharks the right to dare. The two west African nations have a history of only three previous meetings, two of which were played out in the form of World Cup qualifiers ahead of Germany 2006, and the remainder a pre-Afcon 2013 friendly in Portugal. Each time, Ghana triumphed, with an aggregate of seven goals scored and none conceded.Neither side is expected to alter its composition, going into this game. Cape Verde coach Lucio Antunes will be counting on the likes of Ryan Mendes, Heldon Ramos, Djaniny and skipper Nando Neves to provide much-needed inspiration while, for the Ghanaians, hardly any changes are foreseen with regards to the team that beat Niger handsomely in the last group game, bar the probable return from injury-cum-suspension of set-piece specialist Mubarak Wakaso.DID YOU KNOW?

  • Ghana (26) and Cape Verde (70) are separated by some 43 places on the current Fifa national team rankings.
  • Cape Verde coach Lucio Antunes is actually employed most of the year as an air-traffic controller. :lolol:
  • Antunes also represented Cape Verde across three disciplines - football, basketball, and tennis - and is the sixth member of his immediate family to earn national caps in football, along with his father and all four brothers. :0.6:
  • Manchester United's Luis Nani and Patrice Evra, France's Patrick Vieira, as well as Swedish legend Henrik Larsson have either full or part Cape Verdean parentage. :kralj:
  • The population occupying the 10 islands comprising the Cape Verdean archipelago -estimated at a little over 500,000 - is several times less than the 4.5 million-plus that inhabit Ghana's capital, Accra.
  • The Black Stars of Ghana have qualified for the last two World Cups, in 2010 and 2006.

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SOUTH AFRICA 87572_hp_thumb.jpgKhune Masilela, Khumalo, Sangweni, Gaxa Phala, Furman, Mahlangu, Parker Mphela, Majoro MALI 1128_48x48.jpg Samassa Coulibaly, Tamboura, Diawara, Traore Traore, Sissoko,Keita, Diabate, Maiga, Diarra South Africa were able to reach the quarter-final stage of the tournament after sealing a 2-2 draw in a scintillating tie against Morocco, silencing their critics and finishing top of Group A.Determined to win over their country’s support and a fan base which has been disappointed for a decade, Bafana Bafana showed a fighting spirit which has led to a burgeoning of praise and belief in a side which many had written off before the tournament began. Gordon Igesund’s influence has certainly been one of the defining factors behind the host’s new-found confidence in front of goal, but their strength in defence will be tested by their quarter-final opponents.Bafana set up a clash against Mali, a side also committed to providing their fans with something to hold on to and cherish, during one of the country’s most difficult periods in their history in the form of a bloody and destructive civil war which has torn the Eagles' homeland to shreds. Football’s ability to heighten spirits and build national pride will be put to the test on Saturday night, as both sides will be motivated to win, but for vastly different reasons.Bafana Bafana have been boosted by the news of Lehlonoholo Majoro’s recovery from an injury he sustained against Angola, but will have to play without regular starter Anele Ngongca, who has been suspended for the clash due to an accumulation of yellow cards. Kaizer Chiefs full-back Siboniso Gaxa is likely to be handed a start on Saturday and is the obvious replacement for Ngongca due to his international experience and current form. South Africa has been successful when pushing forward and focusing on using their faster players such as Tokelo Rantie, Bernard Parker and Thuso Phala. They will face a side which plays a slower brand of football, as Mali will look to control the game and manoeuvre their way towards goal, utilising their physicality and technical ability.The Eagles enter into the match with a full squad at their disposal, with captain Seydou Keita aiming to inspire his team in attack once again. Keita has called upon his team-mates to win the Africa Cup of Nations for the embattled nation."This qualification will also give a lot of joy to our country. Giving hope to the country has been priceless,” Keita told reporters. “There is a crisis in Mali and I did my best to give hope to those who are suffering. We have made an effort to help, but money doesn't matter. You can't imagine what it means to play for Mali at this time. I told my government they could reduce our bonuses. My priority is to play for my country."The interesting clash of styles should provide the sell-out Moses Mabhida crowd with an intriguing battle and the winner of the match will have to face an even greater test, a semi-final against Cote d'Ivoire or Nigeria.

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inace ocekujem relativno lagan prolaz Malija i ako ne ista fantastican otpor Zelenorcana. ocekujem da stvaraju zrelije sanse i da budu bolji makar u jednom poluvremenu. no dal ce to biti dovoljno, videcemo. znam da Gani nece trebati puno sansi da prodju dalje.

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odlicna sansa za Zelenortska Ostrva, prva sansa na mecu, circa 15 min.edit: e da poserem se na domaci i i inostrani Eurosport zbog emitovanja nordijskog skijanja umesto ove fudbalske poslastice.

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