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Gabon name Nations Cup squad

Gabonese national team
Gabon will be making their fourth appearance at the Nations Cup

Gabon have named Hull City striker Daniel Cousin in their squad for next month's Africa Cup of Nations in Angola.

Cousin has been unable to hold down a regular place for his English club this season, but is key to Gabon's chances at the Nations Cup.

Also in the squad is Lille striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who is likely to partner Cousin in Angola.

Coach Alain Giresse has also named three locally based players in the team.

Gabon are in Group D with Cameroon, Zambia and Tunisia.

Full squad list:

Goalkeepers: Didier Ovono Ebang (Le Mans, France), Claude Boris Nguema (Telestars FC), Yves Bitseki Moto (US Bitam)

Defenders: Georges Ambourouet (Macedonia Skopje, Macedonia), Erwin Nguema (Coton Sport Garoua, Cameroon), Bruno Ecuele Manga (Angers, France), Ernest Akouassaga (Nantes, France), Arsene do Marcolino (Les Herbiers, France), Moise Brou Apanga (Stade Brest, France), Rodrigue Moudounga (Mangasport)

Midfielders: Jean Stephane Yessi Achi Aman (Mangasport), Alain Djissikadie (TP Mazembe Englebert, DR Congo), Stephane Nguema (Rennes, France), Bruno Zita Mbanangoye (Sivasspor, Turkey), Cedric Moubamba (Dhofar, Oman), Thierry Issiemou (US Monastir, Tunisia), Paul Ulrich Kessany (Istres, France)

Forwards: Daniel Cousin (Hull City, England), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Lille, France), Willy Aubameyang (Eupen, Belgium), Fabrice do Marcolino (Laval, France), Roguy Meye (Ankaraspor, Turkey), Eric Mouloungui (Nice, France).



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see also
Africa Cup of Nations records
22 Dec 09 |  African
The African effect at Hull City
03 Nov 08 |  African
Cousin demonstrates what he can do
02 Sep 08 |  Scotland AV horizontal


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