Who's going to the Africa Cup of Nations?

15 Oct 2012 Par 
E.J.
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The qualifying process for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations came to end on the weekend. Several Olympians booked their place in South Africa, while other will remain at home...

Four OM players are potentially in line for a call up to the 2013 AFCON which will take place from 19 January to 10 February in South Africa.
On Saturday, Ghana qualified comfortably with a 3-0 aggregate victory over Malawi. André Ayew was in the starting line-up, but Jordan was not called up for the Black Stars final challenge. André will almost certainly be missing from Marseille in January, while Jordan will be in the running as well.

The 16 qualified for the AFCON

South Africa
Ghana
Mali
Zambia
Nigeria
Tunisia
Côte d'Ivoire
Morocco
Ethiopia
Cape Vert
Angola
Togo
Niger
Burkina Faso
DR Congo
Algeria.

Also on Saturday Senegal, without Souleymane Diawara, came into the their clash with the Elephants from the Cote d'Ivoire, trailing 4-2 from the first leg. With Senegal trailing 2-0 in Dakar, the match was interrupted due to crowd disturbances and Diawara and Senegal will not be going to the AFCON.
Gabon of Alexander N’Doumbou (on loan at Orléans) lost out to Senah Mango's Togo, 2-1 on aggregate.
A huge result in Yaounde where Cameroon missed out on the finals tournament. The Indomitable Lions lost 2-0 in Cape Vert and despite a 2-1 win in the return leg, N’Koulou will be staying in Marseille in January.
And finally, it was a thrilling and successful end to the campaign for Burkina Faso on Sunday. Beaten 1-0 in the first leg by the Central african Republic, Charly Kaboré and the Squirrels were leading 2-1 in stoppage time when Traoré sent Burkina Faso to South Africa with a late, late goal. Kaboré will be playing in the AFCON 2013.

Four OM players are potentially in line for a call up to the 2013 AFCON which will take place from 19 January to 10 February in South Africa.
On Saturday, Ghana qualified comfortably with a 3-0 aggregate victory over Malawi. André Ayew was in the starting line-up, but Jordan was not called up for the Black Stars final challenge. André will almost certainly be missing from Marseille in January, while Jordan will be in the running as well.

The 16 qualified for the AFCON

South Africa
Ghana
Mali
Zambia
Nigeria
Tunisia
Côte d'Ivoire
Morocco
Ethiopia
Cape Vert
Angola
Togo
Niger
Burkina Faso
DR Congo
Algeria.

Also on Saturday Senegal, without Souleymane Diawara, came into the their clash with the Elephants from the Cote d'Ivoire, trailing 4-2 from the first leg. With Senegal trailing 2-0 in Dakar, the match was interrupted due to crowd disturbances and Diawara and Senegal will not be going to the AFCON.
Gabon of Alexander N’Doumbou (on loan at Orléans) lost out to Senah Mango's Togo, 2-1 on aggregate.
A huge result in Yaounde where Cameroon missed out on the finals tournament. The Indomitable Lions lost 2-0 in Cape Vert and despite a 2-1 win in the return leg, N’Koulou will be staying in Marseille in January.
And finally, it was a thrilling and successful end to the campaign for Burkina Faso on Sunday. Beaten 1-0 in the first leg by the Central african Republic, Charly Kaboré and the Squirrels were leading 2-1 in stoppage time when Traoré sent Burkina Faso to South Africa with a late, late goal. Kaboré will be playing in the AFCON 2013.

Four OM players are potentially in line for a call up to the 2013 AFCON which will take place from 19 January to 10 February in South Africa.
On Saturday, Ghana qualified comfortably with a 3-0 aggregate victory over Malawi. André Ayew was in the starting line-up, but Jordan was not called up for the Black Stars final challenge. André will almost certainly be missing from Marseille in January, while Jordan will be in the running as well.

The 16 qualified for the AFCON

South Africa
Ghana
Mali
Zambia
Nigeria
Tunisia
Côte d'Ivoire
Morocco
Ethiopia
Cape Vert
Angola
Togo
Niger
Burkina Faso
DR Congo
Algeria.

Also on Saturday Senegal, without Souleymane Diawara, came into the their clash with the Elephants from the Cote d'Ivoire, trailing 4-2 from the first leg. With Senegal trailing 2-0 in Dakar, the match was interrupted due to crowd disturbances and Diawara and Senegal will not be going to the AFCON.
Gabon of Alexander N’Doumbou (on loan at Orléans) lost out to Senah Mango's Togo, 2-1 on aggregate.
A huge result in Yaounde where Cameroon missed out on the finals tournament. The Indomitable Lions lost 2-0 in Cape Vert and despite a 2-1 win in the return leg, N’Koulou will be staying in Marseille in January.
And finally, it was a thrilling and successful end to the campaign for Burkina Faso on Sunday. Beaten 1-0 in the first leg by the Central african Republic, Charly Kaboré and the Squirrels were leading 2-1 in stoppage time when Traoré sent Burkina Faso to South Africa with a late, late goal. Kaboré will be playing in the AFCON 2013.

Four OM players are potentially in line for a call up to the 2013 AFCON which will take place from 19 January to 10 February in South Africa.
On Saturday, Ghana qualified comfortably with a 3-0 aggregate victory over Malawi. André Ayew was in the starting line-up, but Jordan was not called up for the Black Stars final challenge. André will almost certainly be missing from Marseille in January, while Jordan will be in the running as well.

The 16 qualified for the AFCON

South Africa
Ghana
Mali
Zambia
Nigeria
Tunisia
Côte d'Ivoire
Morocco
Ethiopia
Cape Vert
Angola
Togo
Niger
Burkina Faso
DR Congo
Algeria.

Also on Saturday Senegal, without Souleymane Diawara, came into the their clash with the Elephants from the Cote d'Ivoire, trailing 4-2 from the first leg. With Senegal trailing 2-0 in Dakar, the match was interrupted due to crowd disturbances and Diawara and Senegal will not be going to the AFCON.
Gabon of Alexander N’Doumbou (on loan at Orléans) lost out to Senah Mango's Togo, 2-1 on aggregate.
A huge result in Yaounde where Cameroon missed out on the finals tournament. The Indomitable Lions lost 2-0 in Cape Vert and despite a 2-1 win in the return leg, N’Koulou will be staying in Marseille in January.
And finally, it was a thrilling and successful end to the campaign for Burkina Faso on Sunday. Beaten 1-0 in the first leg by the Central african Republic, Charly Kaboré and the Squirrels were leading 2-1 in stoppage time when Traoré sent Burkina Faso to South Africa with a late, late goal. Kaboré will be playing in the AFCON 2013.

Four OM players are potentially in line for a call up to the 2013 AFCON which will take place from 19 January to 10 February in South Africa.
On Saturday, Ghana qualified comfortably with a 3-0 aggregate victory over Malawi. André Ayew was in the starting line-up, but Jordan was not called up for the Black Stars final challenge. André will almost certainly be missing from Marseille in January, while Jordan will be in the running as well.

The 16 qualified for the AFCON

South Africa
Ghana
Mali
Zambia
Nigeria
Tunisia
Côte d'Ivoire
Morocco
Ethiopia
Cape Vert
Angola
Togo
Niger
Burkina Faso
DR Congo
Algeria.

Also on Saturday Senegal, without Souleymane Diawara, came into the their clash with the Elephants from the Cote d'Ivoire, trailing 4-2 from the first leg. With Senegal trailing 2-0 in Dakar, the match was interrupted due to crowd disturbances and Diawara and Senegal will not be going to the AFCON.
Gabon of Alexander N’Doumbou (on loan at Orléans) lost out to Senah Mango's Togo, 2-1 on aggregate.
A huge result in Yaounde where Cameroon missed out on the finals tournament. The Indomitable Lions lost 2-0 in Cape Vert and despite a 2-1 win in the return leg, N’Koulou will be staying in Marseille in January.
And finally, it was a thrilling and successful end to the campaign for Burkina Faso on Sunday. Beaten 1-0 in the first leg by the Central african Republic, Charly Kaboré and the Squirrels were leading 2-1 in stoppage time when Traoré sent Burkina Faso to South Africa with a late, late goal. Kaboré will be playing in the AFCON 2013.

Four OM players are potentially in line for a call up to the 2013 AFCON which will take place from 19 January to 10 February in South Africa.
On Saturday, Ghana qualified comfortably with a 3-0 aggregate victory over Malawi. André Ayew was in the starting line-up, but Jordan was not called up for the Black Stars final challenge. André will almost certainly be missing from Marseille in January, while Jordan will be in the running as well.

The 16 qualified for the AFCON

South Africa
Ghana
Mali
Zambia
Nigeria
Tunisia
Côte d'Ivoire
Morocco
Ethiopia
Cape Vert
Angola
Togo
Niger
Burkina Faso
DR Congo
Algeria.

Also on Saturday Senegal, without Souleymane Diawara, came into the their clash with the Elephants from the Cote d'Ivoire, trailing 4-2 from the first leg. With Senegal trailing 2-0 in Dakar, the match was interrupted due to crowd disturbances and Diawara and Senegal will not be going to the AFCON.
Gabon of Alexander N’Doumbou (on loan at Orléans) lost out to Senah Mango's Togo, 2-1 on aggregate.
A huge result in Yaounde where Cameroon missed out on the finals tournament. The Indomitable Lions lost 2-0 in Cape Vert and despite a 2-1 win in the return leg, N’Koulou will be staying in Marseille in January.
And finally, it was a thrilling and successful end to the campaign for Burkina Faso on Sunday. Beaten 1-0 in the first leg by the Central african Republic, Charly Kaboré and the Squirrels were leading 2-1 in stoppage time when Traoré sent Burkina Faso to South Africa with a late, late goal. Kaboré will be playing in the AFCON 2013.

Four OM players are potentially in line for a call up to the 2013 AFCON which will take place from 19 January to 10 February in South Africa.
On Saturday, Ghana qualified comfortably with a 3-0 aggregate victory over Malawi. André Ayew was in the starting line-up, but Jordan was not called up for the Black Stars final challenge. André will almost certainly be missing from Marseille in January, while Jordan will be in the running as well.

The 16 qualified for the AFCON

South Africa
Ghana
Mali
Zambia
Nigeria
Tunisia
Côte d'Ivoire
Morocco
Ethiopia
Cape Vert
Angola
Togo
Niger
Burkina Faso
DR Congo
Algeria.

Also on Saturday Senegal, without Souleymane Diawara, came into the their clash with the Elephants from the Cote d'Ivoire, trailing 4-2 from the first leg. With Senegal trailing 2-0 in Dakar, the match was interrupted due to crowd disturbances and Diawara and Senegal will not be going to the AFCON.
Gabon of Alexander N’Doumbou (on loan at Orléans) lost out to Senah Mango's Togo, 2-1 on aggregate.
A huge result in Yaounde where Cameroon missed out on the finals tournament. The Indomitable Lions lost 2-0 in Cape Vert and despite a 2-1 win in the return leg, N’Koulou will be staying in Marseille in January.
And finally, it was a thrilling and successful end to the campaign for Burkina Faso on Sunday. Beaten 1-0 in the first leg by the Central african Republic, Charly Kaboré and the Squirrels were leading 2-1 in stoppage time when Traoré sent Burkina Faso to South Africa with a late, late goal. Kaboré will be playing in the AFCON 2013.