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Furman joins up with Bafana in Cape Town



England-based midfielder Dean Furman has arrived in Cape Town to join his Bafana Bafana teammates ahead of their friendly international match against Norway on Tuesday at Cape Town Stadium.

The match kicks off at 8:30pm and is live on SS4 and SSHD4.

Furman’s arrival completes head coach Gordon Igesund’s 23-man squad that has been selected to take part in the forthcoming Orange Africa Cup of Nations South Africa 2013.

The tournament kicks off on Saturday, 19 January.

The Oldham Athletic midfielder played for his club’s 3-2 victory over Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup third round in England on Saturday.

Bafana Bafana had a light training session on Sunday morning at the Sea Point Promenade.

The players have been given the afternoon off.

Bafana will have their final training session on Monday where they are expected to be visited by the sports minister Fikile Mbalula.

Meanwhile, the Norway national team has arrived in South Africa with 19 players - two goalkeepers and 17 in-field players.

The squad is coached by Egil Olsen, who is assisted by Ola By Rise.



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