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Algeria flag go high for Afcon



Algeria strika, Hilal Al Arabi Soudani don tok say he dey hungry well, well to do beta for Nations Cup.

Les Fennecs (na Algeria guyname be dat) don dey inside South Africa since, and dem bin follow South Africa play draw for Saturday, inside Soweto, for 'play-play' match, and de tin sweet Soudani.

”Wen we follow South Africa play, we show oursef small and we for even win dem sef,” na im he tok.

”We bin dey play ogbonge South Africa team inside dia house, and upon say dia supporta full dia, we still play our ball.”

Soudani (he bin don tap club ball for ASO Chlef bifor) tok say he know how Group D go hard dem, becos Ivory Coast, Tunisia and Togo dey inside sef, but he tok say all de prepia wey dem don do since go helep dem.

”Dis group hard well, well and de contri wey dey inside sabi play ball. Na de kin match wey small tin fit make persin win, but as we don prepia so, we don tanda for de match dem,” na im Soudani yarn.

”Na to qualify from de group na im be de fess tin for us. We wan do am for all de pipu wey don dey our back since. We go try gan, make Algeria flag fly pass evribodi own.”

Hilal Al Arabi Soudani fess play for Algeria team around June 2011, wen dem play Morocco and he don score six goal for onli nine match for Algeria.



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