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30/01/01 Football Violence
Just a few months ago, more than a dozen people were killed during violence at a football game between Zimbabwe and South Africa in Harare.

The final game of the African Champions League in Accra, between Esperance of Tunisia and Hearts of Oak of Ghana was also affected by fighting. (Left, Tunisian goalkeeper Chokri El-Ouaer)

And, the final of the African Women's Cup of Nations in South Africa was marred by violence too.

How damaging is all this to African football? What do you think needs to happen to prevent crowd trouble in African football?

Make your views known now, through this new email address: African.football@bbc.co.uk or write to Fast Track, BBC, Bush House, London.

Presenters, Ben Williams and Jenny Horocks
Presenters:
Ben Williams and Jenny Horrocks


 
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