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CHAMPIONNAT AFRICAIN DES NATIONS 2002

Qualifiers
Phases Finales de la CAN 2002
19/01 au 10/02

CAMEROON
CHAMPION D'AFRIQUE 2002
Dates Finale
10/02 - 16h Bamako Cameroon 0-0
3-2 pen
Senegal
09/02 - 16h Mopti 4 Mali 0-1 Nigeria 3
'25 Aiyegbeni
Senegal High Achiever Cameroon Fly
- Senegal reaches final round for the first time in CAN history.
- Cameroon goalkeeping coach handcuffed by police ahead of semifinals for allegedly dropping magic on the field.
Dates 1/2 Finales
07/02 - 16h Bamako - M. Keita Senegal
'54 Diop
'102 Diao

'35 Sarr
2-1 Nigeria
'88 Aghahoa
'111 Aghahoa
'120 Udeze
07/02 - 19h Bamako - 26 Mars Mali 0-3 Cameroon
'39 '45 Olembe
'83 Foe

Dates 1/4 Finales
03/02 - 16h Kayes South Africa 0-2 Mali
60' Touré
91' Coulibaly
03/02 - 19h Bamako Nigeria
80' Lawal
1-0 Ghana
04/02 - 16h Sikasso Cameroon
'62 Mboma
1:0 Egypt
04/02 - 19h Bamako Senegal
'30 Diao
'86 Diouf
2-0 DR Congo
Faithful to its tradition, Morocco is eliminated in the first round.
Hicham Zerouali and Adil Ramzi at their best.

-The entire board of the Burkina Faso football federation resigns after the country's first round elimination.
Groupe Segou Joués Gagnés Nuls Perdus Buts +/- Points.
1.South Africa 3 1 2 0 3:1 5
2.Ghana 3 1 2 0 2:1 5
3.Morocco 3 1 1 1 3:4 4
4.Burkina Fasso 3 0 1 2 2:4 1
Dates Horaires GMT Pays
20/01 19:30 Burkina Faso 0:0 Afrique du sud
21/01 16:00 Ghana 0:0 Maroc
24/01 16:00 Ghana 0:0 Afrique du sud
26/01 15:30 Burkina
'58 Dagano
1:2 Maroc
22' 85' Zerouali
30/01 16:00 Maroc
77' Benmahmoud (penalty)
1:3 Afrique du sud
42' Zuma
48' Mngomeni
51' Nomvete
30/01 16:00 Burkina Faso 1:2 Ghana
- Gharib Amzine is out of Mali 2002 after dislocating a vertebrae. He was taken to Paris after recovering from a temporary light paralysis due to the injury he had suffered in the first half of match against Burkina Faso.
- Abdeslam Wadou leaves Mali in protest against Cuelho's decision not to line him up against Ghana.
- Shows of internal struggle within the team worry supporters as it is reminiscent of Nigeria's CAN 2000 fiasco.

Official Team:
1. Bagui Abdelilah, 1978, MAS Fes
2. Benhammoud Rachid, 14.9.1971, Ahly UAE
3. Roumani Akram, 1.4.1978, Genk Belgium
4. Ouaddou Abdesiam, 1.11.1978, Fulham
5. Fahmy Abdelilah, 3.8.1973, Lille
6. Naybet Nourredine, 10.2.1970, D. Corogna
7. Lafoui Rabii, 30.6.1976, WAC
8. El Brazi Faouzi, 22.5.1977, Twente Holland
9. Hadda Abdeljlil, 21.3.1972, Club Africain Tunisia
10. Ramzy Adil, 14.7.1977, PSV Eindhoven
11. Zarouali Hicham, 17.1.1977, Aberdeen
12. Boukhari Nourdin, 30.06.80. S. Rotterdam
13. Elassas, Otman, 30.01.79. CCK
14. Bassir Salah-Eddine, .05.09.72.Lille
15. Safri Youssef, 13.01.77.Coventry
16. El Jarmouny Tarik, 30.12.1977, WAC
17. Amzine Gharib, 3.5.1973, Troyes
18. Chippo Youssef, 10.5.1973, Coventry
19. Chihab Tariq, 22.11.1975, Zurich
20. Rokki Rachid, 8.11.1974,
21. El Kaddoury Badr, 31.1.1981, WAC
22. Benzekri Driss, 31.12.1970, RSS

Team manager: Humberto Coelho
 
 
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