14 January 2013

Ghana/South Africa: Abedi Pele On Panel

When the continent's biggest football spectacle, the Africa Cup of Nations 2013, commences in South Africa on January 19, 2013, former Black Stars international players Abedi Pele and Samuel Osei Kuffour will form part in a panel of soccer experts to analyze the competition.

The panelists will be live on the detailed pre and post-game studio analyses show to look at the strengths, weaknesses and chances of each of the sixteen competing countries winning the tournament.

In addition to the former Black Stars captain, Abedi Pele and the former Bayern Munich Ghanaian defense stalwart, Samuel Osei Kuffour, other panelists will include the former Dutch soccer international player Ruud Gullit and South Africa's celebrated soccer stars, Neil Tovey, Andre Arendse and Shaun Bartlett.

All 32 matches of the African Cup of Nations will be live on DStv and DStv Mobile with subscribers enjoying exclusive coverage in high definition as well as magazine shows and packaged highlights.

Meanwhile DStv Premium subscribers (without an HD PVR decoder) can watch all 32 games live - 28 games on the dedicated AFCON channel SuperSport 4 and 4 games on SuperSport Blitz.

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