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The AFCON is the pride of the African continent and are battled out by as many as 24 teams and the two best sides eventually qualifying for the finals.
However Ghana in the other hand have had alot of mixed performance so far in the tournament; losing out to Morocco and letting go off a one goal lead against Gabon to a resulting in a draw of which has hurt their qualifications badly.
Now they are against Comoros in their third game and it's a must win for them if they truly want to qualify.
News are in that each of the players will be given 30,000$ each and the Coach Milovan taking a whooping 60,000$ equaling to almost 1.9 billion and 3.8 billion cedis respectively.
It has since gathered alot of murmurs across the nation while some are against it, others think it's some kind of motivation for the team.
Now! will they be playing for the money or for the love of the country?
Is it that they are trying to motivate them or they are trying to buy their energy and spirit to win this particular match.
What if they win this match and loses the next, that will be a waste of money or they will need that same motivation to go again in the next match.
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Cape Verde - Cameroon ( 2X)
Burkina Faso - Ethiopia ( Under 3.5)
AC Milan - Spezia ( 1X)
Bologna - Napoli ( Over 2.5)
Fiorentina - Genoa ( Home wins)
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