The Africa Cup of Nations, also referred to as the African Nations Cup (ANC) is the main international association football competition in Africa. It is sanctioned by the Confederation of African Football (CAF), and was first held in 1957. Since 1968, it has been held every two years.
The 2008 Africa Cup of Nations, also known as the MTN Africa Cup of Nations due to the competition’s sponsorship by the MTN Group, is the 26th edition of the Africa Cup of Nations, the football championship of Africa.
No doubt I enjoy taking photos and have taken over 200 photos of this football tournament already. You can click on the photos on this page to link to the rest of the photos or click on the link below to go to my Ghana 2008 Photo Gallery.
Nice photos. Have you been to all the matches? How much does a match ticket cost in Ghana?
Seeing these nice pictures make me hunger to be there right now screaming for the teams of my choice. Some kenkey, fish and shitoh with a cold drink would also make my day.
what is going on about the football
Fantastic pictures, please keep us updated on the African Cup of Nations!
THE SUPER EAGLES HAS GROWN NEW FEATHERS SO NIGERIA WILL FLY HIGHER TO WIN THE NATIONS CUP……:lol::grin::lol:
Ghana 2008: Where are the match tickets?
If there are any problems with the organization of the MTN Africa Cup of Nations (Ghana 2008) tournament, the artificial scarcity of match tickets will definitely be one of them. One simply can’t seem to get cogent information as to the whereabo…
WHY THE SAME OLD PICTURES AND STORIES?PLEAS PLEASE LETS HAVE SOMETHING NEW. THANKS
we did it in our lands Egypt 2006 and we will make it again…we will stunn Cameroon again and we will rock Ghana. Egypt always is the best
EGYPT IS THE BEST
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