Arab Uprisings

In a special edition of World Football Matthew Kenyon travels to Tunisia and Egypt to investigate how football has been affected by the Arab Uprising.

Money troubles, organisational upheaval and fan violence are all problems that need to be dealt with and we hear from politicians, players, fans and Hicham Al Amrani, the Secretary General of the Confederation of African Football.

We also attend Egypt's Cup of Nations qualifier against South Africa, which ended in goalless and leaves the African champions with little chance of qualifying for next year's competition.

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Sat 11 Jun 2011 01:32 GMT

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