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AWCON 2018: Can Cameroon avenge Nigeria heartache?

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Can Cameroon finally get their hands on the AWCON?

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Egypt replace Cameroon as African Nations Cup hosts

Cameroon are African Nations Cup holders, having won the title in 2017 but have been stripped as 2019
Cameroon are African Nations Cup holders, having won the title in 2017 but have been stripped as 2019.

Egypt will host the 2019 African Nations Cup, the Confederation of African Football confirmed after a meeting of their executive committee in Dakar on Tuesday.

They will stage the expanded 24-team event, which runs from June to July, after initial hosts Cameroon were stripped of the tournament last month over concerns at the slow pace of preparations.

Egypt and South Africa were the only two countries to put forward their candidacies to replace Cameroon.

It will be the first time there will be 24...

Super Falcons defeat Cameroon in AWCON semi to reach World Cup

Nigeria defeated Cameroon 4-2 on penalties to reach the Africa Women Cup of Nations final following a goalless draw in Accra on Tuesday.

The shootout victory put the Super Falcons into their ninth final, where they will meet either South Africa or Mali on Saturday, and also qualifies them for the 2019 World Cup.

Despite struggling against the Indomitable Lionesses for the majority of the contest, the eight-time African champions made no mistake from the spot.

Goalkeeper Tochukwu Oluehi was the heroine,...

AWCON 2018: Can Cameroon avenge Nigeria heartache?

The Indomitable Lionesses will play Nigeria in the semi-finals of the Africa Women Cup of Nations on Tuesday in a repeat of the 2016 and 2014 finals. It's an opportunity for Cameroon to gain a measure of revenge for past heartbreak at the continent's grandest stage.

South Africa play Mali in the other semi after topping Group B with two wins and a draw.

Nigeria's 6-0 rout over Equatorial Guinea has re-established their determination to bag a record-extending title, but the favourites must edge past...