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Tanzanian football team to receive pieces of land for first qualification to AFCON in 39 years

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Tanzania’s President John Magufuli has promised to give each player in the national football team a piece of land as a reward for qualifying for the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) for the first time in 39 years.
Mr Magufuli hosted the team at his official residence in the main city, Dar es salaam, after they qualified for Egypt 2019 by beating Uganda 3-0 on Sunday.
Mr Magufuli has also donated about 426 thousand dollars to the under-17 team to help them prepare for the Afcon finals in their division.

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