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Buying a football team

Small population for Africa Cup of Nations hosts Equatorial Guinea results in a big problem when forming a football team

    Host's Equatorial Guinea remain in contention for the knockout rounds with two draws from their opening group games.

    But having a small population presents big problems in building a national team.

    Andy Richardson reports on a side that's become known for spending big on footballers from around the world.

     

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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