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PHOTO GALLERY: The fans' show in the CAN 2013


A South African fan cheers their team against Angola during their African Nations Cup Reuters
A South African fan cheers their team against Angola during their African Nations Cup Reuters
Fans wave the flags of Cape Verde and Morocco during their African Nations Reuters
Fans wave the flags of Cape Verde and Morocco during their African Nations Reuters
South African fans cheer as South Africa's African Cup of Nations AP
South African fans cheer as South Africa's African Cup of Nations AP
A Democratic Republic of Congo fan gestures ahead of their African Nations Cup Reuters
A Democratic Republic of Congo fan gestures ahead of their African Nations Cup Reuters
Democratic Republic of Congo soccer fans gesture ahead of their African Nations Cup Reuters
Democratic Republic of Congo soccer fans gesture ahead of their African Nations Cup Reuters
Ethiopian fans look on following the red carding of Ethiopia's goalkeeper Jemal Tassew during their
Ethiopian fans look on following the red carding of Ethiopia's goalkeeper Jemal Tassew Reuters
Burkina Faso fans watch their team take on Nigeria during their African Nations Cup Reuters
Burkina Faso fans watch their team take on Nigeria during their African Nations Cup Reuters
Ivory Coast supporters hold up team scarves ahead of their team's African Nations Cup Reuters
Ivory Coast supporters hold up team scarves ahead of their team's African Nations Cup Reuters
Togo's soccer fan looks on during their African Cup of Nations AP
Algeria supporters react as their team enters the pitch for their African Cup of Nations AP
Jan
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The team's supporters have created a great atmosphere during the matches of the Africa Cup of Nations 2013

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