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    Zambian votes are in your pocket

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    Votes from Equatorial Guinea are in your inbox

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    Latest Statistics

    Most Points – Semi-Final

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       1st SF3 09 iacovone           Benin       104
       2nd SF1 09 Northerm Lights    Tanzania     87
       3rd SF1 09 dafuge             Mozambique   83
       4th SF3 09 Lower Leagues Rule Nigeria      78
       5th SF2 09 MikaelS            Mali         73
       6th SF1 09 corinthiano        Madagascar   71
       7th SF3 09 rancer890          CAF Republic 70
       8th SF1 09 Hamuel             Kenya        67
         - SF2 09 PaulHartman71      Sudan        67
      10th SF1 09 himan              Zambia       66
         - SF3 09 fergysafc          Cameroon     66


    Most Points- Final

    Fewest Points – Semi-Final
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       1st SF1 09 MattFergie    Somalia       12
       2nd SF1 09 NeoAC         Swaziland     14
         - SF2 09 Robert_296    Algeria       14
       4th SF2 09 Xx_WeeCoop_xX Guinea-Bissau 15
       5th SF3 09 stoehrst      Zimbabwe      23
       6th SF1 09 hamilton162   Comoros       24
       7th SF1 09 SCIAG         Eritrea       26
       8th SF1 09 jayatsena     Burundi       28
       9th SF2 09 manchester07  Libya         29
      10th SF2 09 magvest       Burkina Faso  32
    Fewest Points – Final

    Most Points Deducted in One Round
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    1st SF2 09 48
      - SF3 09 48
    2nd SF1 09 36
    Most Final Appearances
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    1st 17 nations 1
    Most Consecutive Final Appearances
    Code:
    1st 09 09 17 nations 1
    Fewest Final Appearances
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    1st 36 nations 0
    Most Accumulated Points
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       1st iacovone           Benin       104
       2nd Northerm Lights    Tanzania     87
       3rd dafuge             Mozambique   83
       4th Lower Leagues Rule Nigeria      78
       5th MikaelS            Mali         73
       6th corinthiano        Madagascar   71
       7th rancer890          CAF Republic 70
       8th Hamuel             Kenya        67
         - PaulHartman71      Sudan        67
      10th himan              Zambia       66
         - fergysafc          Cameroon     66
    Fewest Accumulated Points
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       1st Edinho        Senegal        0
         - Mk_Forest     South Africa   0
       3rd MattFergie    Somalia       12
       4th NeoAC         Swaziland     14
         - Robert_296    Algeria       14
       6th Xx_WeeCoop_xX Guinea-Bissau 15
       7th stoehrst      Zimbabwe      23
       8th hamilton162   Comoros       24
       9th SCIAG         Eritrea       26
      10th jayatsena     Burundi       28

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    Comoros' votes were sent yesterday.

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    Seychelles votes are in

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    Completely forgot about this until now, Djibouti's votes are in.

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    Sierra Leone hereby claims their votes

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    DR Congo's votes have been cast.

    Thank you to Central African Republic and to a lesser extent Nigeria, who voted for us in the last round, it will not go un-noticed in the voting for the final ;)

    DR Congo would also like to thank Botswana, Angola and of course the Republic of Congo for their support, it will be remembered.

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    Mali votes sent

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    Vote Zambia , don't know why anymore, just vote :P

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    Still awaiting 20 sets of votes.

    Finalists yet to vote:
    fergysafc, Cameroon
    JSalter, Cape Verde
    Hamuel, Kenya
    corinthiano, Madagascar
    Edinho, Senegal

    I will be sending out personalised PMs to those who have not yet voted.

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    Kenya's votes are cast...

    This is more exciting than the election!
    Good luck one and all!

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    Cape Town


    Lester Meek: The Afrovision Managerial Contest Final kicks off tonight, but before that, we’ll use this special one-hour programme to tell you all about our host city for the inaugural tournament: Cape Town.

    Lester Meek: Founded by the Dutch in the 17th century, Cape Town is now South Africa’s second biggest city, after Johannesburg, and is a burgeoning city on the sporting and cultural scene. It’s always been popular with tourists, thanks to the picturesque views which can be enjoyed from atop Table Mountain, and is one of the world’s most multicultural cities, with many immigrants and expatriates within its 3.5 million citizens.


    Lester Meek: As you can see, Cape Town is not without glittering sandy beaches. As well as Table Mountain and the other stunning land formations here, the beaches are a key part of any tourist’s schedule, and are also extremely popular with the locals. It is possible to visit several beaches in one day, and there is a dramatic difference in water temperature on the opposing sides of the bay shoreline. Boulders Beach is known for its colony of African penguins, and on any beach you will see surfers, and in fact the city hosts the annual Red Bull Wave Africa surfing competition.


    Lester Meek: There’s something for everyone in Cape Town. Are you an architecture buff? Due to its initial construction as a trading post for Dutch ships on the Cape, the city has probably the highest number of Cape Dutch buildings anywhere in the world. Some of the buildings are truly breathtaking. And if you’re not into that, how about nature watching? The water hosts all kinds of mammalian creatures, such as the pods of whales you can see off the coast. Not too far away in the town of Hermanus, they actually have a whale festival, although they are well visible from many places in this city too.


    Lester Meek: And of course, the reason we’re here: football! As well as the Beautiful Game, you will find a lot of fans of both cricket and rugby in Cape Town. The Springboks are based here, as are, in football, two South African Premier League teams, Ajax Cape Town and Santos. Cape Town will be hosting World Cup finals games in the above stadium, so some of the teams we have brought with us for this tournament may be back in a year’s time for the World Cup. Cape Town fell short of becoming the 2004 Olympic Games host, but are rumoured to be interested in the 2020 games, which would make them the first African nation to host the games. Finally, Cape Town hosts the world’s largest individually-timed cycle race: the Cape Argus Pick ‘n Pay Cycle Tour. That’s a 109km route involving 35,000 cyclists.

    Lester Meek: It’s a beautiful and glamorous city, that’s for sure, and it will be a big job for the next host, which could be any of our seventeen finalists, to be such a brilliant host. The final starts soon, and we can move ever closer to finding out who will be that host for next year.

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    Tunisia has voted and be arriving the hall soon...

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    There are still 13 people left to vote. Voting closes at 9:08pm BST, but if I don't have five more votes by then it will continue until I get them.

    Finalists left to vote:
    fergysafc, Cameroon
    JSalter, Cape Verde
    corinthiano, Madagascar
    Edinho, Senegal

    Botswana, Burundi, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Libya, Malawi, Rwanda and Zimbabwe also still owe me votes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coldkohmew View Post
    Tunisia has voted and be arriving the hall soon...
    Let's go have some drinks at the bar first...

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    Come on guys get the votes in...Quick or Ben will be drunk before it starts.

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    Finalists who don't vote should get disqualified!!

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    Actually enjoyed that preview of Cape Town!

    Mon the votes arriving soon!

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    Sent my votes, didn't check my PM box so I missed the first round.

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    Already there Ben. Already there. 'Nother Jack and coke!

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    Those who haven't voted have until 9:08pm BST tomorrow to do so. Otherwise they'll face the consequences.

    Finalists yet to vote:
    fergysafc, Cameroon
    corinthiano, Madagascar
    Edinho, Senegal

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    Welcome to Cape Town…

    Lester Meek: …for the Final of the inaugral Afrovision Managerial Contest! Twelve months ago we were only dreaming of this moment, and in those twelve months the national football teams of all the nations of Africa have been playing their matches in the hope of getting the votes of the other nations. Let’s reflect on how our seventeen nations found their way into the Final.

    Lester Meek: South Africa, as hosts, made their way into the Final automatically. They were to be joined by the highest-ranked African nation, an honour that Senegal took at the last minute ahead of Cameroon, the Ivory Coast and Mali as the main contenders. They had to qualify through the Semi-Finals, which they didn’t all do. In the first Semi-Final, Mozambique raced into an early lead, and although they didn’t hold that lead, they still qualified in second place. Rwanda also started well, but lost out in the end to fifth-placed Zambia. Tanzania, who began with a 12 point deduction, gathered steam throughout to take the top spot, and Madagascar’s early rise to the top was sustained, allowing them to progress in 3rd place. Kenya were always there or there abouts, and seized their Final place by finishing 4th.

    Lester Meek: In the second Semi-Final; Mali, Cape Verde and Sudan were the early winners. They all went on to qualify, in 1st, 5th and 2nd position respectively while the yo-yoing Ivory Coast finished 7th and failed to qualify. Egypt didn’t start too well, but consistently picked up the points that qualified them in 3rd place, with Morocco qualifying 4th. And in the third Semi-Final, Niger and Nigeria started beautifully, but the campaign of the former tailed off to result in a disappointing 9th place, although the latter qualified in second position. Angola were also early front-runners but missed out, while Benin initially flirted with qualification and then soared to a 104-point haul to proceed in first place. Central African Republic and Gabon performed strongly throughout, earning them their qualification, although Cameroon looked to be missing out until very late on.

    Lester Meek: So those are our Finalists. All of the African nations have had their chance to vote for their most worthy winner, and they have allocated points to different nations based on those team performances. Points from 1 up to 7 were given, as well as a big trio of 8, 10 and 12 points. The sum of these points dictates a nation’s finishing position. However, there were some difficulties in the voting this year, meaning that certain votes didn’t arrive. This is most pressing for tonight’s Finalists, who will see points deducted from their team. No votes were received from Cameroon or Madagascar, who are deducted 12 points each. Senegal also did not vote, and did not vote in the Semi-Final also, meaning they are allocated two 12 point deductions for a total of 24 points. Here is the list of nations as we prepare for our first votes.



    Lester Meek: Cape Verde and Tunisia will vote first!

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    I like the alphabet. We're in 3rd.

    Still didn't really expect to make the final but 'Mon Central African Republic!

    Hope we can get off to a good start.

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    Not gonna stay there for long Nakano. The trash-talking between us returns......

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    You two can talk yourselves up all you like, but really we all know that Nigeria has this in the bag

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    I'm not talking us up, we have actually had a pretty poor season. I'm just talking Nakano down

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lower Leagues Rule View Post
    You two can talk yourselves up all you like, but really we all know that Nigeria has this in the bag
    Niger shall offer a martini in celebration.


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    Gah! Sorry I didn't get my votes in. It's been my last two weeks of Uni and it has been hectic to say the least, trying to get everything sorted and what not. My time on her has been very limited, if existent at all. I can only apologise, but I didn't realise I would be this busy.

    Good luck to all those in the final!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PluckaDuck View Post
    I'm not talking us up, we have actually had a pretty poor season. I'm just talking Nakano down
    We're so good that we're unbeaten and haven't given up a single goal!

    Teams are just shaking in their boots that they don't even want to face us!

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    You have a dream......

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    Lester Meek: Hello, Cape Verde, can you hear us?
    Cape Verde: Loud and clear, Lester!
    Lester Meek: Congratulations on making the Final. Let’s hope your nation can put up a good fight in the name of all island nations. Please can you give us Cape Verde’s votes to get this Final started?
    Cape Verde: Here are the votes from Cape Verde:

    7: Gabon
    6: Benin
    5: Kenya
    4: Mozambique
    3: Zambia
    2: Tanzania
    1: Mali

    Cape Verde: Here are Cape Verde’s three biggest votes:

    8 points go to…Madagascar!

    10 points go to……Central African Republic!

    12 points go to…

    …Senegal!

    Cape Verde: Thank you Lester Meek.
    Lester Meek: Thank you, Cape Verde, and I’m afraid it is probably goodbye as well. If you don’t win it, I won’t be talking to you again.
    Cape Verde: I won’t say goodbye because I know we will win it!
    Lester Meek: That’s always the right attitude! Cape Verde get us started and Edward Still’s Senegal’s deficit is halved already. Overachievers Ricky Nakano’s Central African Republic take the top spot with 10 points.




    Lester Meek: Hello, Tunisia, can you hear us?

    Tunisia: Erm, yeah, just about, Lester.

    Lester Meek: Can you try and give us Tunisia’s votes?

    Tunisia:

    12 points go to…

    Gabon!

    10 points go toCape Verde!

    8 points go to…Cameroon!

    Tunisia:

    7: Tanzania

    6: Mali

    5: Senegal

    4: Kenya

    3: Benin

    2: Nigeria

    1: Zambia

    0: Sudan

    Lester Meek: Stop! Stop! You’ve gone too far!

    Tunisia:

    -1: Morocco

    Lester Meek: Tunisia! Tunisia! Stop!

    Tunisia:

    -2 points go to…



    Lester Meek: We’ve had to cut the transmission from a rampant Tunisia. Unfortunately, they sent us some messed up votes, so we’re taking the first 10 countries given. That means Sudan won’t get 0 points, not that that will affect them, and Morocco will not lose a point. Ken Co’s Gabon get their campaign underway with 19 points from 24, and Karl Unpingco’s Cape Verde take 10 from 12. How are the tables looking?



    Lester Meek: Ken Co’s Gabon lead the way, with Cape Verde and Central African Republic following behind them. All three indebted nations have reduced their deficits to single figures. Next we go to Namibia and Ethiopia for votes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PluckaDuck View Post
    You have a dream......
    I already have 10 more points than I had in my dream...

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    Way out in front already, stop the voting there please!!!!

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    Completely and utterly snubbed

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    haha -1 and -2 ...

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    Well, I'm pretty annoyed since coldkohmew has just sent me revised votes and I was supposed to be getting the 12 points .



    Lester Meek: Good evening Namibia!

    Michelle McLean: Hello again Lester. Let’s hope you don’t try any jokes again tonight.

    Lester Meek: I was just going to do one, but oh well. Can you spare a minute to give us Namibia’s votes?

    Michelle McLean: Of course;

    7: Kenya

    6: Tanzania

    5: Gabon

    4: Cameroon

    3: Cape Verde

    2: Madagascar

    1: Egypt

    Michelle McLean: Here are Namibia’s biggest votes:

    8 points go to…Mozambique!

    10 points go to……South Africa!

    12 points go to…

    …Zambia!

    Michelle McLean: Thank you South Africa, and goodbye!

    Lester Meek: Well, obviously the Namibian people quite liked my joke, as Matt Lepino’s and my very own South Africa take home 10 points. Christina Modoglou’s Zambia will be very happy with 12 points to really kick their campaign into motion.





    Lester Meek: Hello Ethiopia!
    Ethiopia: Good evening South Africa.
    Lester Meek: It’s good to hear that your boycott has ended. Please share Ethiopia’s votes.
    Ethiopia:

    7: Sudan
    6: Zambia
    5: Mozambique
    4: Nigeria
    3: Senegal
    2: Mali
    1: Madagascar

    Ethiopia: Here are our biggest votes:

    8 points go to…Kenya!

    10 points go to……South Africa!

    12 points go to…

    …Cameroon!

    Ethiopia: Good night South Africa!
    Lester Meek: Well, Matt Lepino’s South Africa pick up another 10 points. Liam Ferguson’s Cameroon pick up the full 12 here, doing them good and taking them into the positive points values. Jeremy English’s Sudan also get their campaign started. What do the tables tell us?



    Lester Meek: Matt Lepino’s South Africa have made a big leap up to 3rd, but Ken Co’s Gabon still lead the way. We’ll next move to Ethiopia’s rivals Eritrea, and then to joint leaders Kenya.
    Last edited by canvey!!; 14-05-2010 at 21:27.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canvey!! View Post
    Well, I'm pretty annoyed since coldkohmew has just sent me revised votes and I was supposed to be getting the 12 points .
    Probably my fault. I got him too drunk at the bar.

    Sorry.

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    Sudan only have 7 points, disgusting tbh ;)

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    Only 1 point, thanks Namibia, Hoping for some big votes from the North African contingent later on in the competition. I mean CAR is beating us ffs

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    Zambia is third not South Africa... I'm just glad with my third place now

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    Aw boo. No points. Obviously were very jealous of CAR's incredible record against global opposition.

    Don't worry Pluck, Egypt will have more than 1 point by the end of the competition. Less than CAR obviously though. ;)

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    Lester Meek: This is South Africa calling Eritrea!
    Eritrea: Good evening Lester.
    Lester Meek: Can you give us Eritrea’s votes?
    Eritrea: Here are the votes from the state of Eritrea:

    7: Nigeria
    6: Senegal
    5: Morocco
    4: Mozambique
    3: Central African Republic
    2: Sudan
    1: Benin

    Eritrea: Here are the biggest votes from us:

    8 points go to…Egypt!

    10 points go to……Cameroon!

    12 points go to…

    …Mali!

    Eritrea: Good night South Africa!
    Lester Meek: Didier Dardon’s Morocco get their campaign started with 5 points, as do Tyler Burrows’s Egypt who pick up 8 points to reach 9. Liam Ferguson’s Cameroon are keeping their hopes well and truly alive with 10 points.




    Lester Meek: Good evening Kenya!

    Krishnan Guru Murthy: Good evening Lester.

    Lester Meek: Now we’ve been following your Twitter feed at @krishgm and you believe that Kenya will win it?

    Krishnan Guru Murthy: Absolutely.

    Lester Meek: Well you are in a very strong position. Can you please give us your votes?

    Krishnan Guru Murthy:

    7: Cape Verde

    6: Cameroon

    5: Zambia

    4: Mali

    3: Gabon

    2: Central African Republic

    1: Morocco

    Krishnan Guru Murthy:

    8 points go to…Benin!

    10 points go to……Madagascar!

    12 points go to…

    …Tanzania!

    Krishnan Guru Murthy: Back to you, Lester, in the studio.

    Lester Meek: Cheers Krishnan, and good luck tonight. Joaquim Ntadi’s Madagascar make it into double figures, while 12 points will be very useful for Thelonius Davis’s Tanzania. Let’s see how the tables stand after that pair of votes.



    Lester Meek: Mikael Schøler’s Mali leap up to 5th with 16 points from 24, but the real story is Liam Ferguson’s Cameroon seizing top spot. They would be clear by a neat distance by now if only they had voted. Next we go to Burkina Faso and the Gambia for votes.


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    Sudan are ridiculously low down

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    Dropping down the table. Not good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenArsenal View Post
    Probably my fault. I got him too drunk at the bar.

    Sorry.
    Lesson learned,never come first and get drunk as your votes will be screwed up.

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    Why thank you very much guys! Two sets of 10points sets us up very nicely!

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    thank you Eritrea! finally some good points

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    Attention Lurkers!

    If you exist and you would like a place, four nations have just become available. Just state your interest here and I will send you a small form to fill in. Providing you're a suitable applicant, you'll get a place if you are one of the first four to apply. Obviously those already taking part can't take a second place.

    The nations available (you don't need to choose one yet) are:
    Burundi
    Guinea
    Guinea-Bissau
    Libya

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    Let's go Zambia

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    Sorry for my inactivity Canvey

    I'm not going to make excuses, I forgot about this

    Will be properly following from now on! Apologies for missing the votes too.

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    Well Thank-you kindly Eritrea, much appreciated

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    If only Cameroon had voted eh? I'd love South Africa or Gabon winning this

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    Nice to see Mozambique in with a shout, even if it is an outside chance.

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    Lester Meek: Let’s see if this works. Burkina Faso, can you hear me?

    Burkina Faso: Yes, South Africa!

    Lester Meek: Have you got your signal problem sorted then?

    Burkina Faso: We think so.

    Lester Meek: Excellent, please provide us with your votes.

    Burkina Faso:

    7: Cameroon

    6: Sudan

    5: Morocco

    4: Tanzania

    3: Zambia

    2: Gabon

    1: Egypt

    Burkina Faso: Here are Burkina Faso’s three biggest votes:

    8 points go to…Benin!

    10 points go to……Senegal!

    12 points go to…

    …Mali!

    Burkina Faso: Thank you South Africa!

    Lester Meek: Good night then, Burkina Faso. Liam Ferguson’s Cameroon’s campaign just keeps on going, with 7 points for them, by Mikael Schøler’s Mali overtake them at the top by taking the maximum from Burkina Faso.





    Lester Meek: Right, so Gambia. This will be the snowman guy again then, won’t it?
    Jack Frost the Snowman: Hello!
    Lester Meek: Yeah, hi. Can you give us Gambia’s votes?
    Jack Frost the Snowman: Of course! Here are the votes from The Republic of the Gambia:

    7: Mozambique
    6: Central African Republic
    5: Zambia
    4: Tanzania
    3: Sudan
    2: Kenya
    1: Cape Verde

    Jack Frost the Snowman:

    8 points go to…Madagascar!

    10 points go to……Mali!

    12 points go to…

    …Egypt!

    Jack Frost the Snowman: Goodnight South Africa!
    Lester Meek: Mikael Schøler’s Mali take yet more points, stranding Cameroon, but Tyler Burrows’s Egypt get the full 12 from the Gambia. How do the nations stand at this moment in time?



    Lester Meek: Mikael Schøler’s Mali have built up a nice lead, while both Thelonius Davis’s Tanzania and Christina Modoglou’s Zambia have levelled up with Cameroon. Next we go to Somalia and Mali themselves for votes.

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    Fantastic points from Burkina Faso and Gambia. Thank you ever do much

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    looks like votes are starting to pick up for Sudan, still not looking that great though.

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    Hope you remember the points from Burkina Faso for the next vote MikaelS...

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    Quote Originally Posted by magvest View Post
    Hope you remember the points from Burkina Faso for the next vote MikaelS...
    aheeeeem.. The dog ate my copy of the votes so I'm not sure

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    Let's hang in this 4th place... But may be one, two or three places up :P

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    Tanzania are tickling along nicely at the moment. Picking up points regularly at the moment.

    Glad i got my votes right this time

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    Thank you Gambia!!!!!!!!

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    Thanks Ethiopia and Namibia!

    Slipping into mid table mediocrity after a great start but still hopeful for a late run of points.

    Great updates as always

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    Lester Meek: Next we go to Africa’s very own big-hand-man!
    Hussain Bisad: Hello, hello.
    Lester Meek: Do you mind me calling you big-hand-man?
    Hussain Bisad: No, I suppose not.
    Lester Meek: Excellent. Would you like to give us the votes from Somalia?
    Big-Hand-Man: Yes, absolutely:

    7: Senegal
    6: Madagascar
    5: Sudan
    4: Gabon
    3: Egypt
    2: Benin
    1: Central African Republic

    Big-Hand-Man: Here are Somalia’s three most important votes. Oh, by the way, do you mind if I call you not-funny-blond-South-African?

    8 points go to…South Africa!

    10 points go to……Cameroon!

    12 points go to…

    …Kenya!

    Big-Hand-Man: Goodnight South Africa!
    Not-Funny-Blond-South-African: Thank you Somalia. Alfred Jarry’s Kenya get a much-needed 12 points, and Cameroon try to close the gap with 10 points.




    Not-Funny-Blond-South-African: Good evening Mali!

    Mali: Good evening!

    Not-Funny-Blond-South-African: How do you feel about Mali’s current position?

    Mali: I am ecstatic! Right where we belong!

    Not-Funny-Blond-South-African: Do you think you can stay there?

    Mali: Of course! Here are the votes from Mali:

    7: Sudan

    6: Cameroon

    5: Benin

    4: Tanzania

    3: Gabon

    2: Kenya

    1: Nigeria

    Mali: And here are our biggest votes:

    8 points go to…South Africa!

    10 points go to……Morocco!

    12 points go to…

    …Senegal!

    Mali: Thank you South Africa!

    Not-Funny-Blond-South-African: Thanks Mali, and good luck! Edward Still’s Senegal take maximum points, and it’s two consecutive 8s for Matt Lepino’s South Africa. Liam Ferguson’s Cameroon take to spot. Let’s take a look at the table.



    Not-Funny-Blond-South-African: Alfred Jarry’s Kenya and Matt Lepino’s South Africa leap into contention, but look at poor Des Tiny’s Nigeria down there in 17th place! DR Congo and Djibouti are next up to vote.


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    a slight rise up to tenth. Perhaps after a poor start Sudan can actually do quite well!

    Pretty depressing to see Cameroon and Senegal ahead of me despite having deductions though.

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    Another set of points! Cheers Somalia and Mali!

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    We're in 14th.

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    17th? What'd I do wrong? :O

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lower Leagues Rule View Post
    17th? What'd I do wrong? :O
    Have faith and the points will come...;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenco View Post
    Have faith and the points will come...;)
    Build it and they will come

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikaelS View Post
    thank you Eritrea! finally some good points
    Quote Originally Posted by PluckaDuck View Post
    Well Thank-you kindly Eritrea, much appreciated
    No trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenco View Post
    Have faith and the points will come...;)
    Quote Originally Posted by MikaelS View Post
    Build it and they will come
    I will wait and see...I have built my Diamond in my Wheat Field

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    I feel bad for Nigeria

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    Thanks Somalia, all points are greatly appreciated by the people of Egypt, especially Prince Mido.

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    C'mon Nigeria! You're our hope!


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    Quote Originally Posted by el sid View Post
    I feel bad for Nigeria
    Quote Originally Posted by BenArsenal View Post
    C'mon Nigeria! You're our hope!

    Good to see that I have some support out there, we can do it guys even though I am most likely revealing my votes last and currently that's my spot in the race as well.

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    Lester Meek: Good evening, DR Congo, can you hear us?

    Shabani Nonda: Yes, Lester, we can.

    Lester Meek: Excellent, can you please give us your country’s votes, Mr Nonda?

    Shabani Nonda: Of course;

    7: Tanzania

    6: Zambia

    5: Benin

    4: Kenya

    3: Madagascar

    2: Cape Verde

    1: Egypt

    Shabani Nonda: Here are the three biggest votes from the Democratic Republic of the Congo:

    8 points go to…Sudan!

    10 points go to……Nigeria!

    12 points go to…

    …Central African Republic!

    Shabani Nonda: Thank you South Africa!

    Lester Meek: And thank you DR Congo. Ricky Nakano’s Central African Republic will much appreciate that 12 points, while Des Tiny’s Nigeria lift themselves off the bottom with 10 points.





    Lester Meek: Good evening, Djibouti.
    Djibouti: Hello South Africa.
    Lester Meek: May we have your votes?
    Djibouti: Of course. Here they are:

    7: Mali
    6: Madagascar
    5: Sudan
    4: Mozambique
    3: Morocco
    2: Central African Republic
    1: Cameroon

    Djibouti: And here are Djibouti’s three major votes:

    8 points go to…Gabon!

    10 points go to……Nigeria!

    12 points go to…

    …Egypt!

    Djibouti: Good night South Africa!
    Lester Meek: Tyler Burrows’s Egypt take maximum points there but two lots of 10 points is very good for the Nigerians. Mikael Schøler’s Mali will welcome the 7 points which send them top. Let’s take a look at the entire table now.



    Lester Meek: Jeremy English’s Sudan climb a few places there, and Thelonius Davis’s Tanzania are trying to show that they are not to be taken lightly. 29 votes to go, and the first of those are from the Seychelles and Equatorial Guinea!

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    Looking very close at the moment

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    Thank you very Much Djibouti & DR Congo, you guys deserve anything I can give you going forward, an excellent set of 20pts from the pair of you and we are back in touch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lower Leagues Rule View Post
    Thank you very Much Djibouti & DR Congo, you guys deserve anything I can give you going forward, an excellent set of 20pts from the pair of you and we are back in touch.
    You are welcome my friend, just remember the good things DR Congo have done for you ;)

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    Hmm DR Congo. where did we go wrong? Didn't you appreciate the nice elephantsteaks I sent you? didn't you appreciate the lovely ladies I sent you? and what about the 20 humvees I sent your way?

    This, Sir, is very disappointing!

    ;)

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    Thank you very much for the max points DR Congo and also for voting for us Djibouti (but did you really had to give Egypt max points of all countries )

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    Sudan up to 6th

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    Benin in 8th

    Consider us peeved :mad:

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    Cape Verde last

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    This is a rather tight final, actually, teams moving all the time.

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    Djibouti, Thanks so much!!!!

    Things are really, really close on the table at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikaelS View Post
    Hmm DR Congo. where did we go wrong? Didn't you appreciate the nice elephantsteaks I sent you? didn't you appreciate the lovely ladies I sent you? and what about the 20 humvees I sent your way?

    This, Sir, is very disappointing!

    ;)
    Unfortunatley these things never reached us, clearly they were stolen by one of our neighbouring countries. A full investigation will be launched into the whereabouts of these lovely ladies.

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    Thanks for the 8 Djibouti, but Dr Congo, where is the love?? After all those points I gave you in the semi.

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    Lester Meek: This is South Africa calling the Seychelles!
    Godfrey Moustache: Good evening, South Africa.
    Lester Meek: Can you please give us the Seychelles’ votes?
    Godfrey Moustache: Here we go:

    7: South Africa
    6: Cape Verde
    5: Senegal
    4: Benin
    3: Morocco
    2: Kenya
    1: Egypt

    Godfrey Moustache: And here are the three biggest Seychellois votes:

    8 points go to…Mali!

    10 points go to……Madagascar!

    12 points go to…

    …Tanzania!

    Godfrey Moustache: Thank you!
    Lester Meek: Fellow Islanders Joaquim Ntadi’s Madagascar get 10 points there, while Thelonius Davis’s Tanzania move into second place by taking the Seychelles’ twelve points.



    Lester Meek: Next we go to Equatorial Guinea and Guus Hiddink.

    Guus Hiddink: Hello!

    Lester Meek: Now, as you’re being paid so much, I figure we’d better give Equatorial Guinea their money’s worth. How are you?

    Guus Hiddink: Good.

    Lester Meek: Congratulations on winning the FA Cup.

    Guus Hiddink: Thank you. It was an honour to manage Chelsea. Now I will be focusing on my job as Russia manager.

    Lester Meek: How do you think Chelsea will do next season?

    Guus Hiddink: I couldn’t possibly say, but I’d like to see them win the league. Maybe even the double.

    Lester Meek: Thank you Guus Hiddink. Could you please give us the votes from Equatorial Guinea?

    Guus Hiddink:

    7: Central African Republic

    6: South Africa

    5: Sudan

    4: Morocco

    3: Benin

    2: Mali

    1: Madagascar

    Guus Hiddink:

    8 points go to…Cameroon!

    10 points go to……Gabon!

    12 points go to…

    …Nigeria!

    Guus Hiddink: Thank you South Africa.

    Lester Meek: Okay then, Des Tiny’s Nigeria take the twelve points there, and both high-fliers Ken Co’s Gabon and Liam Ferguson’s Cameroon take some good points too. How do the tables look after 14 votes?



    Lester Meek: The top four remain unchanged but both Matt Lepino’s South Africa and Des Tiny’s Nigeria climb a few places. Our next two voters are in the Final, Zambia and Gabon.


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    Djibouti is glad to have helped in any way we can. We just ask that it is noted and remembered in the future.

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    Thank you for the 7 points Equatorial Guinea.

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    Thank you Seychelles! As they say in the Seychelles...

    May you walk with your slippers until you can find your shoes!

    (honestly its a saying in the Seychelles)

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    Thank you very muchly Equatorial Guinea...that is a great help to pulling us home.

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    We still lead but it is some pathetic points we are getting. We should be getting 12 points constantly

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    Quote Originally Posted by rancer890 View Post
    Thank you for the 7 points Equatorial Guinea.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lower Leagues Rule View Post
    Thank you very muchly Equatorial Guinea...that is a great help to pulling us home.
    You're welcome

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    Down in lowly 13th, was really hoping for a lot more

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    Lester Meek: Good evening Zambia.

    Kalusha Bwalya: Good evening South Africa and Lester Meek!

    Lester Meek: Kalusha, good to see you again. Please can you give us the votes from Zambia.

    Kalusha Bwalya: Of course. Here are the votes from Zambia:

    7: Benin


    6: Mali

    5: Egypt

    4: Senegal

    3: Sudan

    2: Central African Republic

    1: Cameroon

    Kalusha Bwalya: Here are Zambia’s three biggest votes:

    8 points go to…South Africa!

    10 points go to……Mozambique!

    12 points go to…

    …Tanzania!

    Kalusha Bwalya: Thank you South Africa!

    Lester Meek: 12 points see Thelonius Davis’s Tanzania rise to joint leaders. dafuge's Mozambique get their second big vote of the night after Namibia gave them eight points earlier.





    Lester Meek: Hello Gabon!
    Patience Dabany: Good evening Leonard.
    Lester Meek: Gabon are in with a good chance at the moment.
    Patience Dabany: Yes they are. Here’s hoping that we do well. Here are the votes from Gabon:

    7: Morocco
    6: Kenya
    5: Egypt
    4: South Africa
    3: Madagascar
    2: Mozambique
    1: Sudan

    Patience Dabany: Here are Gabon’s three biggest votes:

    8 points go to…Central African Republic!

    10 points go to……Cameroon!

    12 points go to…

    …Nigeria!

    Patience Dabany: Thank you very much, Leonard.
    Lester Meek: It’s Lester. Oh well. Des Tiny’s Nigeria pick up some more points, which are very welcome, and Liam Ferguson’s Cameroon take the top spot again. Ricky Nakano’s Central African Republic are putting in a performance they can be proud of. How do the tables look now?



    Lester Meek: Karl Unpingco’s Cape Verde are really struggling down at the bottom of the table, and Jeremy English’s Sudan drop a few places after those two votes. We’ve still got Cameroon leading the way and they could increase that lead if Tanzania, who are up next, give them points. Then we’ll head back out to sea to take the votes from Comoros.

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    Thanks Zambia!

    As they say in Tanzania.....

    Even if we get into a scramble here, the winner will be the one destined to win!

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    slipping down a bit

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