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Huge respect to PUMA's Ivory Coast star Yaya Touré who last night was voted winner of the African Player of the Year award.
PUMA is delighted to announce that it has entered into a new partnership with the South African Football Association to become the official technical supplier to the SAFA. Starting immediately and lasting beyond the next two FIFA World Cups, PUMA will provide the official playing kits for all South African teams including the National ‘A’, Youth and Women’s teams.
Another exhilarating weekend of international football witnessed some fantastic results for PUMA teams, edging several sides closer to European and African Cup of Nations qualification. Here’s our round-up of the biggest fixtures:
This weekend sees another round of exciting international fixtures with European Championship and African Cup of Nations qualification at stake for many PUMA teams! We want to know which games you’ll be watching and more importantly, what the score line is going to be!
To help make your predictions that little bit easier, we’ve put together a preview of the big games:
We at PUMA believe 2010 will be remembered as the year African football finally came of age.
Celebrating 12 Years of the African Football Journey with PUMA
After the big Unity game, the concert was next on the schedule. Some of the biggest African and non-African artists, including Tiken Jah Fakoly, Amadou & Mariam, Arthur H, Les Nubians and Amizigh Kateb, were there to celebrate Africa in a free concert at La Cigale, Paris.
The mood was wonderful behind the stadium, as the players from Ivory Coast, Ghana and Cameroon got together before the big Unity Game.
They might be rivals in two weeks, but none of that could be seen when they got together and goofed around like kids.