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Botswana 4 19.05%
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Guinea 4 19.05%
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post #1 of 81 (permalink) Old January 2nd, 2012, 21:01 Thread Starter
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CAN 2012: Group D (GHA, BOT, MAL, GUI)

24/01/12: Ghana v Botswana, Franceville
24/01/12: Mali v Guinea, Franceville
28/01/12: Botswana v Guinea, Franceville
28/01/12: Ghana v Mali, Franceville
01/02/12: Botswana v Mali, Libreville
01/02/12: Ghana v Guinea, Franceville

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GUINEA

Goalkeepers: Aboubacar Camara (Alcoyano, Spain), Abdoul Aziz Keita (AS Kaloum), Naby Yattara (Arles-Avignon, France)

Defenders: Thierno Bah (Lausanne, Switzerland), Dianbodo Balde (Arles-Avignon, France), Ibrahima Sory Bangoura (Djoliba, Mali), Lanfia Camara (WS Woluwe, Belgium), Morlaye Cisse (EGS Gafsa, Tunisia), Boubacar Diallo (Spartak Trnava, Slovakia), Ibrahima Diallo (Waasland Beveren, Belgium), Kamil Zayatte (Buyuksehir, Turkey), Oumar Kalabane (Al Dhafra, United Arab Emirates)

Midfielders: Mamadou Dioulde Bah (VfB Stuttgart, Germany), Habib Jean Balde (Universitatea Cluj, Romania), Kevin Constant (Genoa, Italy), Sadio Diallo (Bastia, France), Pascal Feindouno (Sion, Switzerland), Naby Soumah (CS Sfaxien, Tunisia)

Forwards: Alhassane Bangoura (Rayo Vallecano, Spain), Ismael Bangoura (Al Nasr, United Arab Emirates), Ousmane Barry (Etoile Sahel, Tunisia), Abdoul Razzagui Camara (Sochaux, France), Karamoko Cisse (Albinoleffe, Italy), Ibrahima Conte (Ghent, Belgium), Ibrahim Traore VfB Stuttgart, Germany), Ibrahima Yattara (Al Shabab, Saudi Arabia).

Feindouno - the man who caused Sion to get knocked out of the Europa League I believe

Constant - the man who's transfer value suddenly rose within weeks

Bangoura and Yattara - ex French and Turkish league players


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Ghana along with CIV are heavy favorites for this tournament, but they aren't as defensive as they were under Rajevac. They also need a in form Gyan to win this tournament.

Winner of Mali-Guinea will advance (), Mali is the better team but they underachieve in this tournament.
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Gyan might just make it. He's out for 3 weeks.

Ghana and well I'll go for Mali

Waiting for Botswana's squad to come out so Calcio can tell us all about them


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Ghana and mali should cruise through this group, Ghana more so than Mali though.

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GHANA

Goalkeepers:
Adam Kwarasey (Stromsgodset, Norway), Daniel Adjei (Liberty Professionals, Ghana), Ernest Sowah (Berekum Chelsea, Ghana)

Defenders:
Samuel Inkoom (Dnipro, Ukraine), John Paintsil (Leicester City, England), Daniel Opare (Standard Liege, Belgium), Masawudu Alhassan (Genoa, Italy), Lee Addy (Dalian Aerbim, China), John Boye (Rennes, France), John Mensah (Lyon, France), Jonathan Mensah (Evian, France), Isaac Vorsah (Hoffenheim, Germany)

Midfielders:
Charles Takyi (St Pauli, Germany), Emmanuel Agyemang Badu (Udinese ,Italy), Derek Boateng (Dnipro, Ukraine), Anthony Annan (Vitesse Arnhem, Netherlands), Mohammed Abu (Stromsgodset, Norway), Kwadwo Asamoah (Udinese, Italy), Sulley Muntari (Inter Milan, Italy), Andre Ayew (Marseille, France)

Strikers:
Prince Tagoe (Bursaspor, Turkey), Asamoah Gyan (Al Ain, UAE), Jordan Ayew (Marseille, France)

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Matthew Amoah dropped for Ghana after not exactly featuring for his new Turkish side.

Also no Kevin Prince Boateng. How did AC Milan get out of that one?


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MALI

Goalkeepers:
Oumar Sissoko (Metz, France), Soumbeyla Diakite (Stade Malien), Alimamy Sogoba (As Réal).

Defenders:
Ousmane Coulibaly (Brest, France), Idrissa Coulibaly (Esperance Tunis, Tunisia), Drissa Diakite (Nice, France), Cedric Kante (Panathinaikos, Greece), Mohamed Fofana (Toulouse, France), Adama Tamboura (Metz, France ), Mouhamadou N'Diaye (Vitoria Guimarães, Portugal), Abdoulaye Maiga (USM Alger, Algeria).

Midfielders:
Seydou Keita (Barcelona, Spain), Kalilou Traoré (OB Odense, Denmark), Bakay Traore (Nancy, France), Abdou Traore (Bordeaux, France), Samba Diakite (Nancy, France), Mahamane Traore (Metz , France), Sidi Koné (Lyon, France), Samba Sow (Lens, France).

Forwards:
Modibo Maiga (Sochaux, France), Garra Dembele (Freiburg, Germany), Cheick Tidiane Diabate (Bordeaux, France), Mustapha Yatabare (Guingamp, France).

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Also no Kevin Prince Boateng. How did AC Milan get out of that one?
KPB retired from Ghana :rollani:
I'm sure he will be back though when they qualify for the World Cup...

Some new faces in the Ghana squad since the World Cup, most notably the goalkeepers and defense. Outside of Gyan, they don't have a good goal scorer, Tagoe is boucning around Europe and never was a lethal scorer while Adiyiah has been a complete bust and hasn't even been selected. Ayew bros are good prospects though

Mali have a good squad on paper but always underachieve at the ANC
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Botswana:


Goalkeepers: Modiri Marumo (Bay United, South Africa), Noah Maposa (Gaborone United), Dambe (Rollers)

Defenders: Mompathi Thuma (BDF XI), Ndiyapo Letsholathebe (Police XI), Musa Ohilwe (Gaborone United), Mosimanegape Ramohibidu (BMC), Kelebale (NICO), Tshepo Motlhabankwe (Mochudi Centre Chiefs)

Midfielders: Mogogi Gabonamong (SuperSport United, South Africa), Joel Mogorosi, Pontsho Moloi, Othusitse Pilane (Chiefs), Boitumelo Mafoko (Cape Town Santos, South Africa) Ofentse Nato (Gaborone United), Phenyo Mongala (Bloemfontein Celtic, South Africa), Patrick Motsepe, Tshireletso (BDF XI), Ngele (Rollers)

Strikers: Jerome Ramatlhakwane (Unattached), Diphetogo Selolwane (SuperSport, South Africa), Onalethata Tshekiso (Rollers), Moemedi Moatlhaping (Bay United, South Africa).

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Most probable first 11
GK: Modiri Marumo
DF: Musa Ohilwe, Mompathi Thuma (if he recovers),Ndiyapo Letsholathebe, Mosimanegape Ramohibidu
MF: Joel Mogorosi, Mogogi Gabanamong, Ofentse Nato, Phenyo Mongala
ST: Diphetogo Selolwane, Jerome

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What a pretty anthem you have Calcio. Go Botswana.

Even if they don't shake up African football in this competition they can say they have one of the best anthems
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What a pretty anthem you have Calcio. Go Botswana.

Even if they don't shake up African football in this competition they can say they have one of the best anthems
I think I am going to cry and sing it loudly when the guys are out there against Ghana. I never thought I will see the day Botswana made it to AFCON

It's a pretty nice national anthem with a nice message.... " ... this is our country ... a gift from God .... inherited from our ancestors ... let it remain peaceful ... wake up men and women ... let's work together for our country"

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I think this guy had a spell in the Egyptian league, don't recall with which team though.

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Modiri Marumo

I think this guy had a spell in the Egyptian league, don't recall with which team though.
Keeper for Haras El Hodood. I think he was 3rd choice

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GROUP D PREVIEW

Group D has drawn one of the tournament favourites, four-time champions Ghana, against 1976 runners-up Guinea, hit-and-miss Mali and debutants Botswana.

Until the last round of matches, the group will be based in Franceville in Gabon.


GHANA

Nickname: Black Stars
Coach: Goran Stevanovic
Captain: John Mensah
Nations Cup record: Making 18th appearance
Best Performance: Winners (1963, 1965, 1978, 1982)
Fifa ranking: 26

There will surely never be a better time for Ghana to end a 30-year Nations Cup drought than at a finals for which traditional powerhouses Egypt (who have won the last three tournaments), Cameroon and Nigeria have all failed to qualify.

Since their last triumph in 1982, the Black Stars - whose four Nations Cups are only bettered by Egypt's seven - have at least proven their pedigree on the global stage, coming closer than any other African team to reaching the World Cup semi-finals at the 2010 edition in South Africa.

Over half of the World Cup squad will be in Equatorial Guinea and Gabon, with Andre 'Dede' Ayew and Asamoah Gyan expected to be as influential this month as they were in South Africa.

One notable squad addition is Emmanuel Agyemang Badu, the Udinese midfielder who has been earning rave reviews this season but who missed the World Cup through injury.

He is one of seven players from Ghana's historic Under-20 squad in the side, with the Black Satellites becoming the first African nation to win Fifa's U20 World Cup in 2009.

Another key change comes in goal where Norway-born Adam Kwarasey has become coach Goran Stevanovic's number one in place of Richard Kingson.

Although Ivory Coast are the highest-ranked Fifa team in the finals (18th) and the favourites, many people are backing Ghana (26th) to go one step closer than they did in Angola - when a side missing several regulars and patched up with youth reached the final.

The Black Stars only succumbed to an 85th-minute match-winner from Egypt and although they must do without Michael Essien once again, his deputies have shown they are more than capable of covering his giant footsteps.

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BOTSWANA

Nickname: The Zebras
Coach: Stanley Tshosane
Captain: Diphetogo Selolwane
Nations Cup record: Tournament debutants
Fifa ranking: 94

While all eyes were on the World Cup in South Africa in July 2010, a funny thing happened at the other end of the continent.

For a team that had totalled just eight Nations cup qualifying wins in history won 1-0 in Tunisia to start a run of five victories from their opening six games.

This remarkable form qualified the Zebras for their first ever finals but the mood within the squad has significantly dampened since.

Neither the coach nor the players have been happy with the FA, which has failed to give history-making coach Stanley Tshosane a new deal while refusing the squad the bonuses they wanted for the tournament.

Botswana legend Diphetogo 'Dipsy' Selolwane, whose international career will be crowned by his Nations Cup debut, credits Tshosane and the emergence of more professionals as the reasons for the Zebras' success.

"The talent has always been there but the mindset of the players has changed. Guys here have turned professional and that has really changed everyone's thinking," he told BBC Sport.

Tshosane has been able to mould the team thanks to nearly a decade's work with the technical team - and will rely on goalkeeper Modiri Marumo, veteran midfielder Mogogi Gabonamong and striker Jerome Ramatlhakwane, who netted five goals of Botswana's seven qualifying goals.

Ramatlhakwane may be rusty after seeing precious little action at club level due to contractual rows, while locals tip defensive midfielder Oftense Nato, just 22, as one to watch in Africa's Team of 2011.

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MALI

Nickname: Eagles
Coach: Alain Giresse
Captain: Cedric Kante
Nations Cup record: Making 7th appearance
Best Performance: Runners-Up (1972)
Fifa ranking: 69

After an incredible record at their first four Nations Cups - when they reached the semi-finals on every occasion - Mali's recent displays have been poor.

In both 2008 and 2010, the team failed to reach the knock-out stages - although the Eagles counted themselves unfortunate to miss out in Angola as the hosts and Algeria played out a lacklustre draw (which prompted an official Mali protest).

Coach Alain Giresse will know the conditions in Gabon well since he led the Panthers at the last Nations Cup - and there is the possibility that he could meet the co-hosts in the last eight.

Having taken charge in February 2010, the Frenchman was without Seydou Keita for the first year and a half of his reign - strangely failing to call up the midfielder even after he had ended his self-imposed exile.

But after intense fan pressure, Giresse turned to the Barcelona star in time of need - with the team struggling in qualifying - and passage to the tournament was duly achieved.

Nonetheless, local Malians have low expectations ahead of a finals where they are missing key players (Adama Coulibaly among others), will be fielding a newlook youthful side and where retired striker Frederic Kanoute will be conspicuous by his absence.

One reason for the pessimism may have been Mali's unusual preparations, with the federation dismissing Giresse's assistant coach without the Frenchman's approval last month as well as the failure to organise any international friendly prior to the finals.

Striker Garra Dembele could catch the eye while many scouts will be closely following Modibo Maiga, the Sochaux striker whose proposed move to Newcastle United was turned down because of concerns over his knee.

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GUINEA

Nickname: Eagles
Coach: Michel Dussuyer
Captain: Kamil Zayatte
Nations Cup record: Making 10th appearance
Best Performance: Runners-Up (1976)
Fifa ranking: 79

Guinea return to the Nations Cup after missing out on the 2010 finals, an unexpected failure since they had reached the quarter-finals at the three preceding tournaments.

The first of these had come under current coach Michel Dussuyer, who reached the last eight in 2004 during his first spell in charge before losing to Mali, who they meet in their first match on 24 January, in the knock-out stage.

Returning after leading Benin at Angola 2010, the Frenchman says he is targeting second place in the group - fighting Mali and Botswana to finish behind 2010 World Cup quarter-finalists Ghana.

But facing the Black Stars, one of the tournament favourites, should hold few fears for the 1976 runners-up after Guinea knocked out Nigeria in qualifying with a 2-2 draw in Abuja - a result which reflected the squad's mental strength.

Dussuyer must do without midfielder Kevin Constant after the Italy-based star asked not to play at the tournament as his side Genoa try to offload him.

Concerns also surround the form of Ismael Bangoura, a striker with seven Champions League goals to his name during his time with Dynamo Kiev but whose most recent club football has been in the United Arab Emirates.

Meanwhile, veteran Dianbobo Balde looks set for his final Nations Cup as the imposing centre-back, now 36, winds down his career in the second tier of French football.

At the other end of the scale, former France youth player Abdoul Razzagui Camara, 21, is one of a handful of up-and-coming youngsters, alongside Spain-based striker Alhassane Bangoura (19) and VfB Stuttgart midfielder Ibrahima Traore (23).


source: BBC Football

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Today in Botswana is wear national team jersey to work day. It is so beautiful seeing so many national team colours all over the city. Shows how much we take this tournament serious. Watch out Ghana!!!

We lost one of our best attackers, Joel Mogorosi, due to injury. Fractured his arm in practice and he has been replaced

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Today in Botswana is wear national team jersey to work day.
That's pretty cool.

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There are some truly awful haircuts in the African Cup of Nations. alm:

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Botswana are playing 5-4-1. This is gonna end 0-0. Botswana are incredibly disciplined and concentrated. You can see why they don't conceded many goals.

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