Nigeria vs Mali: LIVE

Nigeria Africa Cup of Nations semi-final vs Mali: LIVE

Posted: 6 February 2013 Time: 04:06 pm

Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has lined up an unchanged team for today’s Africa Cup of Nations semi-final against Mali.

To follow the match LIVE click here!

The starting XI remains the same from the Super Eagle’s quarter-final 2-1 win over Ivory Coast, with Lazio youngster Ogenyi Onazi keeping his place ahead of Fegor Ogude, and Joseph Yobo remaining on the bench.  

Nigeria line-up: Vincent Enyeama – Elderson Echeijile, Efe Ambrose, Godfrey Oboabona, Kenneth Omeruo – Ogenyi Onazi, Mikel Obi, Sunday Mba – Victor Moses, Emmanuel Emenike, Brown Ideye

 

Previous comments on this story...

ramoss
posted: 04:11 pm
Aaaaa hu cares
Reclaiming The Glory
posted: 04:12 pm
I trust in Keshi
yankeeman
posted: 04:15 pm
If you dont care go hang on ransformer sadist
Drumzz
posted: 04:21 pm
MALI will win this one.......they look like the type that neeeds this cup more than any team....hardy manigeria, your road ends here
tame
posted: 04:26 pm
I see Mali winning by only 2 goals
Grandboi
posted: 04:32 pm
ramoss posted: 04:11 pm | Report

Aaaaa hu cares
_______________________
And why are you here? Leave the page for who cares,be Mali or Nigeria.........Go SE
Ke December Ntate
posted: 04:35 pm
I bought the tickets for the final, so will prefer nigeria to win this one. Final Nigeria Vs Ghana..
The Ghost
posted: 04:36 pm
Mali's run ends TODAY!!!!!!!!!!!!
UZ0
posted: 04:37 pm
Those in the U.S can watch the game live on ESPN3 online
Philosopher`
posted: 04:38 pm
page could not be found.
D'SKOOL
posted: 04:42 pm
THE SAME CONFIRM ABLE LIST THAT BURIED C'IVOIRE RELEASED FROM BIG BOZZ AGAIN !!!! I HAIL YOU AND PRAYED THAT MAY GOD SEE US THROUGH TO FINAL.

GO SUPER EAGLE...........GO SUPER EAGLE AND TRIUMPH AND MAKES US PRIDE AGAIN.

........................................MATCH RESULT.....................................


NIG.....................................2

MALI...................................1


UP NIGERIA, 1LUV

D'SKOOL.
msenti15
posted: 04:55 pm
off to the stadium as we speak i work like 5min away from it .. up the Mali not these drog lords
Born Khosi
posted: 04:59 pm
Wed Feb 06 16:54:57 SAST 2013
'Bucs play not fair' - Club leaves widow in limbo
Feb 4, 2013 | NGWAKO MALATJI | 5 Comments THE widow of former Orlando Pirates head of security Ali Hlongwane is accusing the PSL defending champions of not playing a fair game with her.
inShare.0 SHOCKED: Priscilla Hlongwane.
DECEASED: Ali Hlongwane worked for Pirates
Hlongwane died of sugar diabetes at the age of 59 in February last year and was interred at Lenasia cemetery, south of Jozi.

After his funeral, Ali's wife Priscilla Hlongwane went to the club's headquarters in Parktown, Jozi to claim his pension fund.

But to her shock and chagrin, she was told that though Hlongwane worked for the club for 10 years, he was not permanent and that the club did not register him with their pension scheme.

In an exclusive interview with Sunday World on Thursday, Priscilla - who intermittently broke down while relating the matter - says the club gave her R10000 to bury her husband because she did not have sufficient funds to do so.

She says when she got to Parktown she was referred to financial manager Darryl Joselowsky, who told her Hlongwane was not a permanent employee of the club.

"I asked him how it was possible that they could have someone in their employ for 10 years without registering them with their pension scheme and he told me my husband also worked for Bafana Bafana," she says.

She says she sent Joselowsky an SMS the following day asking for her husband's IRP5 forms.

Joselowsky replied: "As mentioned to you when we met, as Ali was doing security work for both Orlando Pirates and Safa at one stage, he was not a permanent employee at Orlando Pirates.

"Thus no IRP5 was issued.

"He was also earning below the threshold for any tax to be deducted. Pls call if you need any further information or explanation."

Priscilla says she learnt afterwards that her husband was earning a shocking R2500 a month.

"After devoting his life to Pirates, is this how he is thanked?" she asks.

Priscilla says she has been trying to speak to club chairman Irvin Khoza but Joselowsky is obstructing her.

"My husband's two kids from a previous relationship now hate me because they think I got the money and misused it.

"My husband died in February and I'm supposed to erect a tombstone for him this month but I don't have a cent.

"I also go to bed on an empty stomach sometimes," she says.

Priscilla says her husband's car, which she has been using to run her small takeaway business, is being stripped and sold by the mechanic to defray expenses as she does not have money to pay him.

Khoza says: "Mr Hlongwane was not employed permanently but we felt morally obligated to contribute towards his funeral."
Anonymous
posted: 05:25 pm
It is the Super Eagles 1-0 up
UZ0
posted: 05:26 pm
That goal was all Moses providing a great assist.
UZ0
posted: 05:27 pm
Lets try and calm the yellow cards please so we dont get a red.
Keshi might have to make subs in the second half of yellow carded players. around the 60min mark i think
Anonymous
posted: 05:28 pm
Thank God, Uwa Echiejile scores his first Goal for Naija. Eagles 1-0 up. Slyman
Anonymous
posted: 05:30 pm
Thank God it is 2-0. Is Ideye scores. Slyman
Evoh
posted: 05:31 pm
Mali 0 Nigeria 2
Dj Lumeh (Treble Dj...)
posted: 05:34 pm
@born Khosi
stupidity is written all over your face, i wash my hands you cant post a singil comment without including pirates, so much obsessed!
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