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Sun, 11 Oct 2015 14:50 - Updated Sun, 11 Oct 2015 14:50

Girabola 2015: Recreativo do Libolo crowned champions

Luanda - After drawing nil-nil on Saturday afternoon with Académica do Lobito, Recreativo do Libolo won their fourth title of national football champions.

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Girabola2015: Football team of Recreativo do Libolo

Photo: Rosário dos Santos

Libolo finished first with 60 points, the same points achieved by 1º de Augosto, who beat Recreativo da Cáala by 2-1, but has an advantage in the results between them, because the national champions record a win and a draw against 1º de Agosto.

Libolo will be the sole representative of the country in the African Champions League.

The other Angolan representative in Afro cups will be the winner of the Angola cup that will be played by Sagrada Esperança and Bravos do Maquis.

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