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AFCON 2023: Fan violence and vandalism

By Guardian Exclusive
31 January 2024   |   3:25 am
Ayomide Shotubo and Tochukwu Dike talk about fan violence and vandalism that followed after some teams exited the group stage shockingly at the ongoing AFCON 2023 tournament.

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