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  • Moderator Matto
    SportsTalkAfriK-subscribe@yahoogroups.com Join in the World Cup discussion. ... From: Moderator Matto To: Chat AfriK forum Cc: SportsTalkAfriK Sent: Tuesday,
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 4, 2002
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      Join in the World Cup discussion.
       
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      Subject: [Chat-AfriK] SportsTalkAfriK eGroup - the Africans All-Sports' 'Channel' - Sign up today!

      SportsTalkAfriK

      eGroup

      The World Cup here

      Join the lively debate by fellow Africans.

      Participate in Questions.

      What are African's teams chances in this years' World Cup?

      Can the Cameroonians pull up another surprise?

      Can Nigeria deliver and live up to their 'giant' status?

      When will an African nation host the World Cup?

      Can Nigerian and Cameroon jointly vie to host a future World Cup or should South Africa be the first Africa host nation?

      Post your predictions.

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      The group is an opt in only group. Therefore you must subscribe yourself to be a member.

      Go ahead! Sign up today. It as easy as A.B.C.

      All work and no play, make Jack a dull boy. Let's Play guys.

      Moderator Matto.

       

      SportsTalkAfriK

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      -An all-African sports discussion forum-

      - A specialized forum created for Sports fans where sporting events ‘tit bits’ are discussed.

      - A forum for posting upcoming sporting activities or events in which Africans or African countries are participants.

      For example, Track & Fields, Soccer, All African Games, Olympics, African Nations Cup, World Cup etc.

      - A forum to post Events and Sports results, feedbacks, sports information and other commentaries.

      - A forum where Sports Analysts may post their views and opinion on any sports.

      Associate Moderators:

      Justice Matey

      - Sports Analyst

      Dolapo Ajayi

      - Sports Analyst

      Christopher Taiwo Pyne

      -Sports Advisor


      Disclaimer:
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    • Moderator Matto
      ... From: Moderator Matto [mailto:matto1@msn.com] Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2002 12:36 PM To: Chat AfriK forum Subject: [Chat-AfriK] Join the World Cup at
      Message 2 of 2 , Jun 7, 2002
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        -----Original Message-----
        From: Moderator Matto [mailto:matto1@...]
        Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2002 12:36 PM
        To: Chat AfriK forum
        Subject: [Chat-AfriK] Join the World Cup at SportsTalkAfriK eGroup - the Africans All-Sports 'Channel' - Sign up today!

         
        Join in the World Cup discussion.
         
        ----- Original Message -----
        Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 2002 1:10 AM
        Subject: [Chat-AfriK] SportsTalkAfriK eGroup - the Africans All-Sports' 'Channel' - Sign up today!

        SportsTalkAfriK

        eGroup

        The World Cup here

        Join the lively debate by fellow Africans.

        Participate in Questions.

        What are African's teams chances in this years' World Cup?

        Can the Cameroonians pull up another surprise?

        Can Nigeria deliver and live up to their 'giant' status?

        When will an African nation host the World Cup?

        Can Nigerian and Cameroon jointly vie to host a future World Cup or should South Africa be the first Africa host nation?

        Post your predictions.

        To participate in the Sports forum, you must self-subscribe your email by sending a blank message to SportsTalkAfriK-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

        See below a description of the group. SportsTalkAfriK

        is a member of AfriK Network Groups.

        The group is an opt in only group. Therefore you must subscribe yourself to be a member.

        Go ahead! Sign up today. It as easy as A.B.C.

        All work and no play, make Jack a dull boy. Let's Play guys.

        Moderator Matto.

         

        SportsTalkAfriK

        eGroup

        SportsTalkAfriK-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

        -An all-African sports discussion forum-

        - A specialized forum created for Sports fans where sporting events ‘tit bits’ are discussed.

        - A forum for posting upcoming sporting activities or events in which Africans or African countries are participants.

        For example, Track & Fields, Soccer, All African Games, Olympics, African Nations Cup, World Cup etc.

        - A forum to post Events and Sports results, feedbacks, sports information and other commentaries.

        - A forum where Sports Analysts may post their views and opinion on any sports.

        Associate Moderators:

        Justice Matey

        - Sports Analyst

        Dolapo Ajayi

        - Sports Analyst

        Christopher Taiwo Pyne

        -Sports Advisor


        Disclaimer:
        Please note that views and opposing viewpoints expressed in this forum are the rights of individual senders. Respect for other people's views no matter how they differ from yours is the corner stone of this forum.

        To Subscribe, send an email to:
        Chat-AfriK-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

        To Unsubscribe, send an email to:
        Chat-AfriK-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com


        Regards,
        Martin 'matto' Akindana
        Moderator.
        _______________________
        Chat-AfriK forum & AfriK Network Groups are managed by Martin Akindana (Moderator Matto) in collaboration with FASTRAC International & FASTRAC Systems all based in Silver Spring, MD, U.S.A.
        FASTRAC International is a Political Consultancy firm.
        FASTRAC Systems is a Communications and Information Technology Consultancy firm.
        Martin Akindana is a Political Strategist and IT Consultant.
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