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PostSubject: CAN 2008   Wed Jan 09, 2008 3:33 pm

CAN 2008 Qualifying Series
Upcoming Matches

Date MATCH

1/20/2008 Ghana Guinea

1/21/2008 Namibia Morocco
1/21/2008 Nigeria Cote d' Ivoire
1/21/2008 Mali Benin
1/22/2008 Egypt Cameroon
1/22/2008 Sudan Zambia
1/23/2008 Tunisia Senegal
1/23/2008 South Africa Angola
1/24/2008 Guinea Morocco
1/24/2008 Ghana Namibia
1/25/2008 Cote d' Ivoire Benin
1/25/2008 Nigeria Mali
1/26/2008 Cameroon Zambia
1/26/2008 Egypt Sudan
1/27/2008 Senegal Angola
1/28/2008 Ghana Morocco
1/28/2008 Guinea Namibia
1/29/2008 Nigeria Benin
1/29/2008 Cote d' Ivoire Mali
1/30/2008 Cameroon Sudan
1/30/2008 Egypt Zambia
1/31/2008 Senegal South Africa
1/31/2008 Tunisia Angola
10/27/2008 Tunisia South Africa

Group Standings

Group A
Namibia
Guinea
Morocco
Ghana

Group B
Nigeria
Benin
Mali
Cote d' Ivoire

Group C
Egypt
Sudan
Zambia
Cameroon

Group D
Tunisia
Angola
South Africa
Senegal

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PostSubject: Re: CAN 2008   Thu Jan 17, 2008 8:28 pm

Anybody knows what channels will be carrying these games?

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PostSubject: Re: CAN 2008   Thu Jan 17, 2008 9:25 pm

Black Stars Kicked Out Of Hotel





Ghana national football team, Black Stars, have been kicked out of
their hotel as profiteering continues in the west African country ahead
of the start of the continental championship.

The hosts of this
years African nations cup had been booked to stay at the luxury Labadi
Beach Hotel, at reduced rate negotiated months ago.

But when the team returned home from their training camp in Abu Dhabi,
they found their booking from Wednesday had been canceled so that the
hotel could free up the rooms and make more money.

Some hotels in Accra are charging up to US$300 a night as they seek to
profit from the visitors arriving for the tournament. Rates are in some
case triple the normal prices charged.

Ghana have since moved to the Fiesta Hotel in Accra.

Credits to www.ghanaweb.com

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PostSubject: Re: CAN 2008   Thu Jan 17, 2008 9:26 pm

Are they serious? Where's FP?
The Hospitality industry is another lucrative field.

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PostSubject: Re: CAN 2008   Fri Jan 18, 2008 5:21 pm

Ghana vs Guinea,whats your take on that? cheers
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PostSubject: Re: CAN 2008   Sat Jan 19, 2008 12:55 pm

DA DOGG wrote:
Are they serious? Where's FP?
The Hospitality industry is another lucrative field.
I know bro, I feel like the earth is passing by with all this opportunities home. I have to get it together by next year.

As for the games, I am getting GTV from Ghana web;It will be on my laptop,but that will be my best bet of seeing everything.

I will also check dish network for coverage.
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PostSubject: Re: CAN 2008   Sun Jan 20, 2008 7:22 am

the soccer fever is here and we are definately going to win today's match! GO, GHANA! GO, GHANA!! GO, GHANA!!!...
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PostSubject: Re: CAN 2008   Sun Jan 20, 2008 2:15 pm

I have been searching all over the net for coverage. Ghana web is having problems with conectivity. I can't see anything on that watch TV crap. I am messed-up on can 2008.
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PostSubject: Re: CAN 2008   Sun Jan 20, 2008 11:21 pm

DA DOGG wrote:
Black Stars Kicked Out Of Hotel





Ghana national football team, Black Stars, have been kicked out of
their hotel as profiteering continues in the west African country ahead
of the start of the continental championship.

The hosts of this
years African nations cup had been booked to stay at the luxury Labadi
Beach Hotel, at reduced rate negotiated months ago.

But when the team returned home from their training camp in Abu Dhabi,
they found their booking from Wednesday had been canceled so that the
hotel could free up the rooms and make more money.

Some hotels in Accra are charging up to US$300 a night as they seek to
profit from the visitors arriving for the tournament. Rates are in some
case triple the normal prices charged.

Ghana have since moved to the Fiesta Hotel in Accra.

Credits to www.ghanaweb.com

Don't know about them being kicked out of this Hotel, however The Black Stars were certainly not at a training camp in Abu Dhabi, they were in the Jebel Ali Hotel, Dubai and training on the training pitch behind the Shooting Range. I know because I saw them there in person.
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PostSubject: Re: CAN 2008   Sun Jan 20, 2008 11:22 pm

Boot is Boot 90 wrote:
Ghana vs Guinea,whats your take on that? cheers



MUNTARI WINS FOR GHANA

20th January 2008







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Sulley Muntari produced a last-gasp magic to give hosts Ghana a win in
their opening Africa Cup of Nations game against Guinea, at the
sold-out 40, 000 Ohene Djan Stadium in Accra.
Muntari rifled a 25-yard shot into the top corner in the dying minutes
of the game to unleashed his trademark left-foot bullet from midway in
the Guinea half to revive the planned party by the crowd.
The Black Stars hit the post three times in the first half before
Asamoah Gyan put the team in the lead after 54 minutes with a penalty
following a foul on Junior Agogo by Oumar Kalabane.
Agogo was scythed down by Kalabane as he sprinted into the box to earn
the Black Stars a penalty after he had been played in by Gyan.
The Udinese striker shrugged off any nerves to slam the ball into the
roof of the net, sending the home crowd into riotous celebration.
Kalabane made amends with a headed equaliser for Guinea.
Gyan had the best early chance, having been played in by Muntari on six
minutes before shooting wide from 15 yards and then found himself with
another opportunity within 20 seconds thanks to a poor goal-kick from
Guinea goalkeeper Kemoko Camara.
Quincey Owusu-Abeyie became a growing threat to Guinea, providing
tricks and crosses from the left wing with Michael Essien and Muntari
beginning to pull the strings.
With the crowd behind the host and the players looking warmed into the
game, Junior Agogo smashed a header against the post on 20 minutes to
crank up the pressure on the Sylli Nationale when he was picked out by
Owusu-Abeyie’s cross.
But it was Essien who had the whole stadium on their feet again, when
he hit the post again from a Laryea Kingston left-wing corner with
Muntari firing a half-volley thunderbolt against the upright - Ghana's
third close miss of the half.
Guinea coach Robert Nouzaret changed to a more attacking formation and his side rallied by creating a number of openings.
The pressure paid off when Oumar Kallabane towered above two Black Star
defenders to thump home a header from a Pascal Feindouno corner.
The initiative was now with Guinea, as Ghana once again looked under pressure.





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www.ghanacan.2008.com
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PostSubject: Re: CAN 2008   Mon Jan 21, 2008 9:48 am

Ghana did not play well though Question

We thank God we finally won.
Next time my boys have to be really careful. Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: CAN 2008   Mon Jan 21, 2008 11:00 am

Small Help for those trying to see the games

From January 20th to Feb. 10th, Watch live on www.telediaspora.net the African cup of Nations as if you were there.

Read the news reporting on the game, chat with other users on http://sport.telediaspora.net.

Please click here for our sample stream of the upcoming games

Home sick? try
the african televisions network live on the Internet







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PostSubject: Re: CAN 2008   Mon Jan 21, 2008 5:22 pm

I have a good P2P link. let me know if you still can't see the games
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PostSubject: Re: CAN 2008   Tue Jan 22, 2008 3:47 pm

Cameroon is getting killed
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PostSubject: Re: CAN 2008   Tue Jan 22, 2008 3:48 pm

where are you watching this game?

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PostSubject: Re: CAN 2008   Mon Feb 04, 2008 8:46 am

our STARS really shined yesterday.. and im soooooooooo proud of them!

What the EAGLE should know is, no matter how strong it is, it can never fly past the STARS Very Happy Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: CAN 2008   Mon Feb 04, 2008 2:42 pm

Akuaba wrote:
our STARS really shined yesterday.. and im soooooooooo proud of them!

What the EAGLE should know is, no matter how strong it is, it can never fly past the STARS Very Happy Very Happy

Was that some game or what?? Wish i was in Ghana yesterday!
Whaat a sweet victory!!! lol! lol! cheers cheers cheers cheers cheers

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