Do you know Eagles’ group opponents?

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Like the Eagles, they are handled by an indigenous coach Sewnet Bishaw, who is fancied by many in the east African region to lead his charges to a respectable showing at the 2013 Afcon. The veteran tactician has enjoyed successful stints with clubs in the Ethiopian League and at Yemen top flight side Ahly Senaa, before assuming the role of Ethiopian head coach.

Ethiopia’s mainstay is their captain and  lanky but mobile central defender, Degu Debebe who  has held on for the past decade. He carries a wealth of experience to the team from both club and country.

He is expected to lead the team from the backline at the Nations Cup, with his experience and determination set to be put to the test.

Their star player is Adane Girma. He is expected to play an integral part in Ethiopia’s performance  in the tournament. During the 2013 Afcon qualifiers, the 27-year-old calmly dispatched the all-important penalty that helped Ethiopia eliminate Benin on away goals in the preliminary round, then following his impressive form by scoring the opening goal as Ethiopia secured their first Afcon trip in three decades at the expense of neighbours Sudan.

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