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This round-up we take a look at the silky skills of Pascal Feindouno, see why Amr Zaki is making a big impact in the Premier League and look back to 1972 final of the African Nations Cup between Mali and Congo.

FRENCH SAY FAREWELL TO FEINDOUNO

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 Guinea midfielder Pascal Feindouno has left La Ligue and St Etienne after his controversial transfer to Quatari side Al Sadd eventually went through. Initially the French side was furious claiming that despite never agreeing to the transfer Feindouno had signed a contract with the Quatari side. They ordered Feindouno to return but after he refused the clubs managed to agree a deal. Despite his acrimonious exit with skills like these France will sorely miss this mercurial talent.

 

 THE BULLDOZER

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Amr Zaki 'the bulldozer' hasn't taken long to steam roll his way into the hearts of Wigan fans. The Egyptian has settled quickly after his move to England from Zamalek and he walked away with the NAS African English Premier League Player of the Month for August.

 

 1972 AFRICAN NATIONS CUP FINAL

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 Check out this golden oldie clip from the ’72 final between Mali and Congo, when Congo took their first title 3-2. Some of these goals are absolutely scorching!

 


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