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Written by Ben   
Sunday, 07 March 2010 10:40

Editor's Note: It is very sad to read that Ethiopian National Team gave-up a tournament due to lack of cash. I really don't understand how the federation cannot solicit sponsorship to cover their cost. This is beyond my wildest imagination. For me this is purely lack of commitment from the federation side. If they're not up to the job, I wonder why they don't resign and pass the task for qualified people! By the way, what is Ministry of Sport and Youth doing? Shame . . . shame . . . shame!

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