Inside AFCON 2021: Players to watch in Cameroon
By Guardian Exclusive
08 January 2022 | 7:51 pm
A couple of African players, particularly in the Nigeria Super Eagles squad will not be part of the AFCON 2021 due to unresolved issues with their clubs and COVID-19 infections. But GuardianTV takes a look at the best players who have been cleared to take part in this year's AFCON in no particular order.
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