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AFCON: Togo hold Ivory Coast to goalless draw

Togo held defending Nations Cup champions Ivory Coast to a goalless draw in their 2017 Africa Cup of Nations Group C opener at the Stade d'Oyem on Monday January 16.

The Elephants of Ivory Coast got the first chance of the match in the 10th minute when Salomon Kalou dribbled past two Togolese defenders to find Kodjia in the penalty box. Kodjia, in an attempt to strike, tripped and his feeble shot was parried away by the Togolese goalie.

Togo got a chance of their own in the 24th minutes after a beautiful back flip from captain Adebayor found Laba, but he shot wide.

Both teams failed to create any decent chances for the better half of the game.

Aurier came closest to goal with three minutes left on the clock. Left unmarked in the penalty box, Aurier failed to direct his header on target from Max Gradel’s cross on the left wing.

The game ended goalless after 90 minutes.

Ivory Coast will play DR Congo in their next game on 20 January while Togo play Morocco on the same day.

Remove cash incentive for Black Stars – Bentil

Playing for Ghana’s senior national team must not be about money and so the government must, as a matter of urgency, remove the money incentive for the Black Stars, Kofi Bentil, Vice President of IMANI Ghana, has said.

The Black Stars will kick off their first game in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon on Tuesday January 17 against Uganda. They are one of the favourites to win the tournament.

However, Mr Bentil has said in order to win the full support of most Ghanaians, the government, through the Minister of Youth and Sports, must take certain actions.

He wrote on his Facebook: “To restore Black Stars to our hearts, disband the whole team and ask any player who wishes to play to apply. The coach will select the best (Sack Avram too. We really want a Ghanaian). The terms for all Black Stars players should be reset as follows: No more dollar bonuses. All payments will be made in cedis into bank accounts in Ghana; GHS5000 appearance fee for each game; GHS 5000 winning bonus. Nothing for loss. Half for draw. If they win a tournament all the amount realised will be shared to them. The state will keep nothing.

“All players who get injured playing for Ghana will be given full medical coverage for any treatment needed to restore them anywhere in the world. With these only those who want to play for Ghana will show up. Playing for the national team must never be about money, so please remove the money incentive.”

AFCON 2017: Black Stars will give everything - Grant

Ghana coach Avram Grant says his team will leave nothing to chance on the pitch as it bids for a fifth AFCON title.

The Black Stars have won the title four times but not since 1982 - 35 year ago. At the final of the last edition in Equatorial Guinea, they lost a close penalty shootout to rivals Cote d'Ivoire.

Speaking at a pre-match conference ahead of the team's Group D opener against Uganda at the Stade de Port Gentil, Grant said a new team will emerge.

"A lot of people talk about pressure but we do not see it as a negative word. I believe pressure is good and lets you perform," the Israeli said.

"You will see a team that will give everything on the pitch. I know my players better than I did two years ago and they are a good group of players with a will to serve."

The Black Stars need a positive start to their campaign in a difficult group that also has Mali and Egypt if they are to stand a chance of progressing to the quarterfinals.

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