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SBD Global/October 17, 2012/International Football
Senegal Disqualified From Africa Cup Of Nations Following Fan Violence
Published October 17, 2012
TAKING THE BLAME: The AFP reported that Senegal Manager Ferdinand Coly said that Senegal "will accept punishment" for the riot. Coly: "We are going to face some difficult days, but Senegal will accept the sanctions. In the meantime, we must apologise to Ivory Coast and make sure we do everything to avoid this happening again" (AFP, 10/16).