Tim Spirit | Afcon bad for the giants, but good for the minnows

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Riyad Mahrez, was ineffective in the three games, and one wonders if the Manchester City winger really wanted to be in Cameroon. Photo: Gallo Images
Riyad Mahrez, was ineffective in the three games, and one wonders if the Manchester City winger really wanted to be in Cameroon. Photo: Gallo Images

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Is this the beginning of the end of continental dominance by the aforementioned Arab-speaking nations?

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