Unifac Cup 1999

Tournament for the "Oumar Bongo trophy".

NB: Originally there were to be two groups:
    Group A: Gabon, Central African Republic, Equatorial Guinea and Chad
    Group B: Cameroon, DR Congo, Sao Tome and Principe and Congo
    with the top-2 of each qualifying for the semifinals; 
    after Cameroon and DR Congo withdrew a league format was introduced.


All matches at Omnisports Stadium, Libreville, Gabon

 7-11 Chad              abd Central Afr. Republic   [abandoned at 1-1 in 45' due to
                                                     downpour] 
      Gabon             4-0 Equatorial Guinea     
        [Henri Atchouet 41, Mbanagoye Zita 60, Alain Souta 78,
         Theodore Zue Ngyema 87]
 8-11 Chad              1-4 Central Afr. Republic
        [Abacar 37; Francis Gbango 53, Tati Djimadoum 58, Armel Oroko 82, 89]
10-11 Congo             2-1 Equatorial Guinea
        [Rufin Bitsiku 30, Armel Fouasse 77; Edesio Ezomo Benda 47]
      Chad              5-0 Sao Tome/Principe    
        [Robert Lokossimbaye 4', 56, 90, Krabe 60, Abana 83]
      Gabon             1-0 Central Afr. Rep.
        [Mbanagoye Zita 82]
11-11 Congo             0-2 Chad
        [scorers unknown]
      Gabon             1-0 Sao Tome/Principe
        [S. Mavila 80]
      Equatorial Guinea 4-2 Central Afr. Republic
        [Owono 2, Eribo Pelayo 50, 70, Nfa 66; Kagnongue 7, Malo 60]
12-11 Congo             1-0 Sao Tome/Principe
        [scorer unknown]
13-11 Gabon             0-0 Congo
      Chad              1-0 Equatorial Guinea
        [Lokossimbaye Loko 77]
      Sao Tome/Principe 0-3 Central Afr. Republic
        [Tati Djimandoum 46, 53, Kevin Tcheka 82pen]
14-11 Central Afr. Rep. 4-2 Congo
        [scorers unknown]
      Sao Tome/Principe 2-0 Equatorial Guinea
        [scorers unknown]
      Gabon             2-0 Chad
        [Henri Antchouet 59, Bruno Mbanangoye Zita 80]

 1.Gabon                     5  4  1  0  8- 0  13
 2.Central African Republic  5  3  0  2 13- 8   9
 3.Chad                      5  3  0  2  9- 6   9
 4.Congo(-Brazzaville)       5  2  1  2  5- 7   7  
 5.Equatorial Guinea         5  1  0  4  5-11   3
 6.São Tomé e Príncipe       5  1  0  4  2-10   3

Congo-Brazzaville arrived late; Cameroon and Congo-Kinshasa withdrew.

Date and venue of next edition to be decided.


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Author: Barrie Courtney (BzCourtney@aol.com)
Last updated: 13 Feb 2002

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