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Algeria don show cameroons weakness!!!!

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Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha, sodomitable gayz settle for a draw

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Is Cameroun going to underdress inorder to perform the customary shirt exchange :mrgreen:.

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Well that really sucks

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Stopyra10, That was a good match - cameroun were clearly superior but their finishing was poor.

We will teach hem how to do it on wednesday.

Wot sez u?

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This refree no play all the extra time, but I am happy Algeria got a draw today. This group go tight no be small.

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Omey, on behalf of all Nigerians, I wish to send you my deepest sympathy for this incredible start to Cameroun's campaign. I believe I speak for all when I say pele!!!


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Mido will take that Cam defense to the cleaners

I dont see how that Cam defense will contain Ndlovu or Mido. Guyz the downfall of Cameroon is nigh

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Who do Cameroon play next?

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BUt you guys, what happens if Cameroun comes second in this group? It looks like anything can happen or they may not even qualify.


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Instead on concentrating on their finnishing they are concentrating on promoting Jerseys.

See how stupid they looked. What was the benefit of the Jersey sef?

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i think the pressure and it being the first game told on the Camerounian players. Also the Algerian coach has obviously studied the Indomitable Lions.We shud pray eagles dont mess up against the lions ...


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Cristao wrote:
north african teams are looking good .. perhaps nigeria should be very careful

You are absolutely right. We have to be extremely careful playing Morocco cos they seem to be getting back to form.

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Could this be a setup for a Nig v Camroun Q-final?

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i think the pressure and it being the first game told on the Camerounian players. Also the Algerian coach has obviously studied the Indomitable Lions.We shud pray eagles dont mess up against the lions ...


Cameroonians have got it all to do now - Egypt is a lot better than Algeria. Cameroon needed to win this match.

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Cameroon will still qualify.

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The Algerians were celebrating like they had won the whole shabang; don't be surprised if they lose to Egypt and Zimbabwe. Such is their lot.

Cameroon let this one slip but I must say they are a very good team.

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Could this be a setup for a Nig v Camroun Q-final?


Nigerians are funny people. Cameroon draw 1-1, we havent even played yet and its "Could this be a setup for a Nigeria vs Cameroon quarter final?". Ludicrous.


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horrible defending...Eto should be shot,,,,worse than a waste pipe, at least a pipe gets the job done,id say he is actually the content the pipe removes rather than the conduit


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i think the pressure and it being the first game told on the Camerounian players. Also the Algerian coach has obviously studied the Indomitable Lions.We shud pray eagles dont mess up against the lions ...


Cameroonians have got it all to do now - Egypt is a lot better than Algeria. Cameroon needed to win this match.

They didn't need to win it...but they should've won it.

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Algeria did enough. More expected of the Champions.
Eto'o had a great first half, then fizzled away - guilty for this draw when Cemeroon could have been sailing home. Geremi worked hard as usual. Things didn't work out well for Idrissou, who was wasteful on the left. Tight midfield for them as expected. Mboma came to the rescue of the Cats with a timely header off some good work from the right wing. Algeria forced a rather deserved equaliser and hanged on to a famous, valuable draw. Must be a relief for the Desert Warriors, as they face more familiar opponents in the Pharaohs and the minnows of the group, Zimbabwe.

No fewer than 3 Cameroonians got booked. They need to cut down on the rugby! :)

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