January 15th, 2015
Episode 53 of 786 episodes
Eleanor Oldroyd is joined by guests in Equitorial Guinea ahead of the African Cup of Nations, which starts on Saturday. Original hosts Morocco had the tournament taken away from them in November. The country had wanted it postponed to prevent the spread of Ebola, but that wasn't an option as far as the Confederation of African Football were concerned. CAF have turned instead to Equatorial Guinea, who co-hosted the event 3 years ago.
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