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Burkina Faso final 23-man squad for 2013 AFCON

By Kent Mensah – Goal.compaup putThe Stallions, who failed to impress in the last two editions, will hope to surprise with a striking force led by Moumouni Dagano

Burkina Faso coach Paul Put has put out his final 23-man squad for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa.

The Stallions will be hoping to go past the first round of the tournament with a contingent that consists of Jonathan Pitroipa and Alain Traore of French Ligue 1 sides Rennes and Lorient respectively.

The west Africans have been unimpressive in the last two editions. Having customers such as Nigeria, defending champions Zambia and Ethiopia in Group C, means Put and his charges need to give out their best to make a case in South Africa. The squad is as follows:

Name Club
Abdoulaye Soulama Asante Kotoko
Germain Sanou St Etienne
Daouda Diakite Lierse
Mohammed Koffi Petrojet
Bakary Kone Lyon
Paul Koulibaly Dynamo Buccarest
Mady Panandétiguiri Antwerp
Henry Traoré Ashantigold
Wilfried Balima FC Sheriff Tiraspol
Charles Kaboré Marseille
Djakaridja Koné Evian Thonon
Préjuce Nakoulma Gornik Zabrze
Issouf Ouattara Chernomorets Burgas
Jonathan Pitroipa Rennes
Ali Rabo Al Shorta
Florent Rouamba FC Sheriff Tirasplo
Wilfried Sanou Kyoto Sanga
Abdoul Razack Traoré Lechia Gdansk
Alain Traoré Lorient
Aristide Bancé Augsburg
Moumouni Dagano Lekwiya
Wilfried Hughes Dah Al Dhaid Sharja
Pierre Koulibaly Al Dhaid Sharja

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