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Comoros Islands and other minnows' chance to dream in AFCON qualifying
by Mark Gleeson
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30 March 2017
On 30 March 2017 ESPN FC reported:
The Comoros Islands are among the smallest countries on the African continent -- well, off to the side of it, to be geographically correct -- and among the newest. The tiny archipelago, which lies in the tropical waters of the Indian Ocean and has a population of around one million, has only been a fully fledged football-playing entity for just over a decade, but on Thursday (30 March) made a giant leap into the group phase of the African Nations Cup (AFCON) qualifiers. The Comoros became a FIFA member in 2005 ...
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. . . In the last World Cup qualifiers, the Comoros gave Ghana a torrid time on their artificial turf in Moroni. In extreme heat and humidity, they held the mighty Black Stars to a goalless draw. In the 2017 Nations Cup preliminaries, the Comoros won their first competitive match -- against Botswana at home -- and have become a really tough proposition.
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