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Sunderland inform Saha he is free to leave
Louis Saha of Sunderland

The Frenchman is set to depart the Stadium of Light after failing to make an impact since joining on a one-year deal last summer and has attracted interest from South Africa


Arsenal to scout Diame at Old Trafford as they weigh up January bid
EPL; Mohamed Diame; West Ham United Vs Arsenal

The Gunners are closely tracking the West Ham powerhouse, who has a Ä4.2 million release clause, but want to be convinced of his fitness before making a formal move


Pienaar hopeful Everton can 'refuel' during break
Steven Pienaar

The Toffees will have enjoyed nine days' rest ahead of their clash with Southampton next Monday and the South African believes that will prove to be a big advantage


Jemaa: Tunisia must win their first Afcon game
CAN 2012 : Issam Jemaa (Tunisia vs Niger)

The 28-year-old will participate in his fifth tournament and has stressed the need to get off to a good start in a competitive group


Kolo Toure: Cote d'Ivoire have serious problems
Kolo Toure Cote d'Ivoire

The Manchester City man says the Elephants have plenty of work to do ahead of the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations, despite winning their latest friendly

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Nigeria qualify for 2013 African U-17 Championship E-mail
Written by Patrick Doamekpor   
Nigeria completed a double over Mali, beating them 2-0 on Sunday in Bamako to qualify for the 2013 Africa U-17 Championship.
 
A goal in each half from Isaac Success and Bernard Bulbwa sealed victory for the Golden Eaglets and 4-0 on aggregate.
 
The Nigerians capped off their impressive campaign which saw them let in just a goal and scoring 21 times, with a place at the final tournament scheduled for Morocco next year.
 
The Golden Eaglets, three-time winners of the global championships will be making a return at the continental fiesta after failing to qualify for the last two editions; 2009 (Algeria) and 2011 (Rwanda).
 
The final tournament has been fixed for 13-27 April in Morocco, where the semi finalists will represent Africa at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in the United Aram Emirates next October.
 
 
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