Football Soccer - Atletico Madrid Training - San Siro Stadium, Milan, Italy - 27/5/16. Atletico Madrid's Stefan Savic, Thomas Teye Partey and Fernando Torres during training. Reuters / Stefano Rellandini
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UEFA Champions League final loser Thomas Partey of Atletico Madrid hopes to become a winner this week and help Ghana qualify for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations.Partey came off the bench in Milan last Saturday, but could not prevent Madrid neighbors Real winning the European club football showpiece on penalties after a 1-1 draw.In the hyper-competitive Spanish La Liga, Partey made 13 appearances last season for third-place Atletico, including three starts.Among those set to start for Zimbabwe will be midfielder Khama Billiat, who was voted South African Footballer of the Season this week after helping Mamelodi Sundowns become champions.
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