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Jan 15 12 3:25 PM

It took Lesotho two days of travel to São Tomé!
LS squad for the match:

Goalkeepers: Mohau Koenane and Dyke Tsiu.

Defenders: Thabo Masualle, Nkau Lerotholi, Moitheri Ntobo (captain), Ts’epo George, Kopano Tseka and Thapelo Mokhehle.

Midfielders: Ts’oanelo Koetle, Motlalepula Mofolo, Katleho Moleko, Bokang Mothoana, Bushy Moletsane, Ts’oloane Mosakeng, Lieta Lehloka and Lits’epe Marabe. Strikers: Lehlomela Ramabele, Lawrence Molengoane, Dlomo Monaphathi and Thapelo Tale

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Jan 15 12 6:38 PM

trekky76 wrote:
It took Lesotho two days of travel to São Tomé!


Oh dear. Which route did they travel?

Roonba says Sao Tome won 1-0! From which page did you got the result, Mark?

Edit: It's all right. Fifa.com says it too.

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Jan 15 12 7:15 PM

Bonnet wrote:
trekky76 wrote:
It took Lesotho two days of travel to São Tomé!


Oh dear. Which route did they travel?

Roonba says Sao Tome won 1-0! From which page did you got the result, Mark?

Edit: It's all right. Fifa.com says it too.


Their plane was rerouted to Cameroon instead of Gabon. There was also some issues with the plane they were to fly with.. it broke down on the runway. At least that's what I read in the media.

Edit: BBC has reported the goal came from penalty spot in the 1st half.

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#24 [url]

Jan 15 12 7:26 PM

it is an old problem for small teams in Africa: there are no regular flights between those countries and it costs a lot to charter a plane: that would be the best solution....I suppose Sao Tome has flights to portugal, but not much to neighbouring countries....

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Jan 16 12 8:04 AM

Bonnet wrote:
Roonba says Sao Tome won 1-0! From which page did you got the result, Mark?
Edit: It's all right. Fifa.com says it too.


You trust fifa.com more than Mark ???!

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Jan 16 12 3:35 PM

nfm24 wrote:
Bonnet wrote:
Roonba says Sao Tome won 1-0! From which page did you got the result, Mark?
Edit: It's all right. Fifa.com says it too.


You trust fifa.com more than Mark ???!


Of course not, it was just a "confirmation" as google didn't find the result at once.

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Jan 17 12 9:46 AM

There didn't seem to be any information on the web other than the score... even the BBC just said that it was a first-half penalty .

Similar situation for the Gozo-Raetia friendly at the weekend, I only saw the score on this website, and even a 'Gozo News' website had nothing even though they won 17-1!

Football Revolution...

http://footy-fever.com/blog/

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Jan 25 12 12:08 AM

São Tomé & Príncipe had a couple of decent results before their exile from international football, including a 2-0 home win over Sierra Leone (their next opponents) and a 1-1 draw with Gabon.

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Feb 23 12 2:27 PM

pieter wrote:
what about RCA-Egypt...?


Postponed to 24th June after recent football deaths in Egypt.

Strange, because Egypt were trying very hard to get friendly matches v Kenya, Botswana and Uganda, but this doesn't make sense because they knew the 29th February match had been postponed, so there was nothing to prepare for.

Also, if they can play friendly matches, then why not a CAN qualifier?

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Feb 29 12 11:43 PM

good match for sao tome and principe.

Sao Tome 2 - 1 Sierra Leone.

17 yeard old Jair Nunes has a goal.(second goal for CAN 2013 qualicifation)

football of the others!!!!
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Jul 1 12 2:15 AM

pieter wrote:
RCA win with 10 men in Egypt:2-3


CAR through to next round after 1-1 draw v Egypt in Bangui.

Draw for final qualification round will be on 5th July.

SEEDS: Algeria, Angola, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Mali, Nigeria, Senegal, Sudan, Tunisia, Zambia

NON-SEEDS: Botswana, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Liberia, Libya, Malawi, Morocco, Mozambique, Niger, Sierra Leone, Togo, Uganda, Zimbabwe

Morocco should be in the seeds, and Senegal should be in the non-seeds, but it seems CAF have made a mistake with their calculations. Morocco have more points and a better goal difference than Senegal in 2008, 2010 and 2012 tournaments combined - which the rankings are based on.

http://www.cafonline.com/userfiles/file/systemedequalificationfeng.pdf

http://www.ferloo.com/Tirage-au-sort-CAN-2013-Maroc-ou.html

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Jul 5 12 7:50 PM

draw final round:
Mali v Botswana

Zimbabwe v Angola

Ghana v Malawi

Liberia v Nigeria

Zambia v Uganda

Cape Verde Islands v Cameroon

Mozambique v Morocco

Sierra Leone v Tunisia

Guinea v Niger

Sudan v Ethiopia

Libya v Algeria

Ivory Coast v Senegal

DR Congo v Equatorial Guinea

Gabon v Togo

Central African Republic v Burkina Faso

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Oct 14 12 3:12 PM

Cape Verde qualify for the first time ever into CAN 2013!!!

Ethiopia qualify into CAN 2013 for the first time since 1982, when they played last time in CAN.

Now, let's hope Niger and Central African Republic will qualify too.

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Oct 14 12 5:13 PM

Nice to see Niger build on last years qualification. Pleased to see Cape Verde and Ethiopia there, hopefully CAR can qualify too but I fear a 1-0 lead from the home leg won't be enough.

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