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PUMAFootball: Can Arsenal win this year?
EBOUÉ: Yes, why not? I think so, I really think when you play football if you don't believe in yourself it's not worth playing. I believe that with the team we have if we continue to dig deep and continue to play like we are doing at the moment, I think we could win it.
I don't know if we can win the Africa Cup of Nations - I hope so but there are a lot of good teams who will try to stop us.
We had a lot of work to qualify. We were frustrated after the Burkina Faso game as they didn't attack a lot and tactically they stayed compact. We needed to score one and we didn't, which forced us to win against Ghana to go through.
Didier Drogba is not afraid of much and that includes Emmanuel Eboué trying to stab him with a fork. Still that doesn't deter the mischievous full-back from trying to perforate his significantly bigger team-mate. Despite a sticky start to their Africa Cup of Nations thanks to a 0-0 draw with Burkina Faso, spirits are high in the Côte d'lvoire camp.
What do you get when you pick one of our times most acclaimed and groundbreaking artists; give him a PUMA v.1.10 Boot - and let him unleash his talent on it.
In his second collaboration with PUMA, Kehinde Wiley, with his signature graphic prints inspired by the bold colors of Africa, took the v.1.10 football boot and made it into something extraordinary. Together, the product statements help set the stage for the ongoing PUMA Global Football campaign that is leading up to and through the FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa.
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