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By Sayantan Chakraborty The African Cup of Nations 2023 will take place in January to February 2024, in the Ivory Coast. The latest round of AFCON qualifiers beckons, as we’ve reached the final International break before the major European footballing leagues end their club seasons in May. The third round of qualifying matches leading up to the 34th African Cup of Nations next year in Ivory Coast has beckoned upon us, as forty-eight (48) nations from the world’s second-largest continent compete against each other, amongst whom twenty-four (24) shall eventually make it to the actual tournament scheduled to be played in the west African nation of Ivory Coast. Some of the biggest names in world football have their heritage from Africa, including the likes of Samuel Eto’o, George Weah, Didier Drogba, etc. That heritage is being richly preserved and enhanced with the current crop of African stars who’ve already become legends and upcoming stars who’re making their marks in club football across Europe. Here below are the few names to look out for in the next couple of weeks as we look forward to the return of competitive International football amongst the African nations, after the World Cup in Qatar