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Nigeria and Angola reach U17 World Cup

BBC News Saturday, 20 April 2019
Nigeria and Angola reach U17 World CupNigeria and Angola qualify for the 2019 Fifa U-17 World Cup after reaching the semi-finals of the U-17 Africa Cup of Nations in Tanzania on Saturday.
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