AFCON 2023: Confederation of African Football announces final squad lists


The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has announced the final squad lists for the 24 teams participating in the TotalEnergies Africa Cup of Nations Cote d’Ivoire 2023.

The tournament is set to begin on 13 January, in Abidjan, with each participating team allowed to submit a final squad of up to 27 players.

However, only 23 of these players will be available for selection for each match during the tournament.

I was able to gather detailed squad lists for several teams:

  1. Angola: The squad includes goalkeepers such as Antonio Dominique and Kadu Oliveira, defenders like Eddie Afonso and Jonathan Buatu, midfielders including Beni and Show, and forwards such as Jeremie Bela and Mabululu.
  2. Cameroon: Key players include goalkeeper Andre Onana, defenders like Christopher Wooh and Nouhou Tolo, midfielders such as Olivier Ntcham and Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa, and forwards including Vincent Aboubakar and Karl Toko Ekambi.
  3. Morocco: Notable players are goalkeeper Yassine Bounou, defenders like Achraf Hakimi and Noussair Mazraoui, midfielders including Sofyan Amrabat and Ismael Saibari, and forwards such as Hakim Ziyech and Youssef En-Nesyri.
  4. Tunisia: The team features goalkeepers Mouez Hassen and Aymen Dahmen, defenders like Hamza Jelassi and Ali Maaloul, midfielders including Mohamed Ali Ben Romdhane and Ellyes Skhiri, and forwards such as Youssef Msakni and Naim Sliti.
  5. Burkina Faso: The squad includes goalkeepers like Herve Koffi, defenders such as Issa Kabore and Edmond Tapsoba, midfielders like Blati Toure and Gustavo Sangare, and forwards including Bertrand Traore and Dango Ouattara.
  6. Cape Verde: Players include goalkeepers Vozinha and Marcio Rosa, defenders like Roberto ‘Pico’ Lopes and Logan Costa, midfielders including Jamiro Monteiro and Kenny Rocha, and forwards such as Ryan Mendes and Garry Rodrigues.
  7. DR Congo: The team features goalkeepers like Dimitry Bertaud, defenders including Chancel Mbemba and Arthur Masuaku, midfielders such as Gael Kakuta and Edo Kayembe, and forwards including Cedric Bakambu and Yoane Wissa.
  8. Guinea: The squad includes goalkeepers Aly Keita and Moussa Camara, defenders like Antoine Conte and Mouctar Diakhaby, midfielders including Amadou Diawara and Naby Keita, and forwards such as Francois Kamano and Mohamed Bayo.

Please note that this list is not exhaustive and covers only a portion of the teams participating in the tournament.

The full squad details for all teams would provide a more comprehensive view of the participants in the upcoming AFCON 2023.

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