Cape Verde Denied Eto'o Seventh Afcon Chance

The iconic striker was denied a seventh participation at the showpiece of African football by an unheralded Cape Verde Islands, who edged out the Indomitable Lions 3-2 on aggregate over two legs in the final round of qualifying.
  • Cape Verde/Cameroon:   A Dream Come True for Cape Verde

    CAF, 20 October 2012

    When the 16 best teams in African football assemble in South Africa for the finals of the 29th CAF Africa Cup of Nations in January next year, some very big name-players will be… Read more »

Samuel Eto'o of Cameroon and Chris Katongo of Zambia with Referee officals during the African Nations Cup match between Cameroon and Zambia .

  • Cape Verde/Cameroon:   Cape Verde Stuns Cameroon

    Cameroon Tribune, 15 October 2012

    Though victorious, the Indomitable Lions left spectators dejected at the end of the match. Read more »

  • Cameroon/Cape Verde:   2010 Nations/World Cup - Lions Qualify for Next Stage

    Post (Buea), 11 September 2008

    The Indomitable Lions of Cameroon Saturday, September 6, silenced their Cape Verde counterparts 2-1 to qualify for the next stage of the joint 2010 World and African Cup of Nations… Read more »

  • Cameroon/Cape Verde:   Five Months to Build

    Cameroon Tribune, 8 September 2008

    With 13 points, four ahead of runners up Cape Verde, Cameroon will lead Group One of the on-going round of the joint qualifiers for the African Cup of Nations and World Cup,… Read more »

Cape Verde national football team


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