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Sidibe in action tonight for Mali

Sidibe in action tonight for Mali

Mali start their African Cup of Nations campaign tonight along with Stoke's Mamady Sidibe hoping to overcome Benin.

The biennial tournament kicked off last night in Ghana and Big Mama will be praying for a better time than during his last international against Togo when he was badly injured during a riot at the end of the match.

Stoke fans can watch the match live on British Eurosport or via the 'red button' on the BBC, kick-off is 7.30pm (GMT).

Writer:Chris Baldwin
Date:Monday January 21 2008
Time: 8:26AM

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This must be a traumatic occasion for Mama given what last happened when he played a competitive match for his country. Good luck and come back safe this time!
fornside
21/01/2008 08:44:00
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Hope the flight over didn't get choppy. *rolls eyes* lol....... Or is it boats that get choppy... lol...... Good luck to Mali, if Mama starts to net for them he best keep the same attitude when he comes wom....
stokiesteve72
21/01/2008 18:03:00
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its good to see stoke represented in a major competition on a national level gd luck big mama
The_detroitwich_2
22/01/2008 18:31:00
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