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Benin beat Sudan in 2010 world cup qualifier

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June 7, 2009 (KHARTOUM) – A lone goal in the 21st minute by Razak Omotoyossi from Benin put Sudan in a difficult position for the 2010 World Cup qualifier.

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Sudan’s players run during a soccer training session in Kumasi January 25, 2008 (Reuters)

Sudan entered the game in the capital Cotonou with one point versus none to Benin in the two games played by the teams in Group 4.

In the same group, Ghana managed to secure a 2-0 victory over Mali leaving the latter at the bottom right after Sudan with only one point each.

Sudan has four matches left in the group with the last one scheduled for November 14.

The result is likely to anger fans in Sudan who have expressed skepticism over the newly appointed soccer coach Briton Stephen Constantine particularly over choices of players.

(ST)

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  • 16 June 2009 07:05, by nice man

    Dear Sudanese, who played in the Sudan national team i hate to tell you that you guys are old. why don’t you retired and give younger generation a chance so that they can try to take sudan into the next world cup. You guys have been playing since i was not even born and it has been so hard for you guys to even qualified for african cup and world cup. whats wrong with you guys exactly? hope any one out there can tell me what wrong with sudan national team.

    thanks.

    repondre message

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