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After the drama of the Nations Cup which concluded Sunday, African football faces a busy year of World Cup qualifiers where newly crowned continental champions Cameroon face an uphill task to make it through.Ivory Coast and Senegal, who both flopped at the Nations Cup, can redeem themselves with qualification, while Democratic Republic of Congo provided evidence in Gabon of their growing status and are fancied to be back at the World Cup for the first time since 1974 .They have made a 100 percent start to the group phase and a quarterfinal place at the Nations Cup will have boosted confidence.
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