Thursday, February 5, 2015

Mambas recruit Germans to attack Uganda

The national coach, John Chissano, Mozambique expects to have three players born in Germany to the tie with Uganda, whose first leg will be played on the afternoon of February 21 this year in Maputo. The game has for the first round of access to the African Games Congo-2015.O Afrin field, in Machava, will be the venue of the first leg of the first round of access to the African Games Congo-2015. The second leg will be held two weeks later, Uganda. The winner of this contest will face Ghana, the last step to enter the JA September and if you qualify, fight for a space for access to the 2016 Olympic Games.For these games, the coach wants to rely on all Mozambicans players to act abroad, three of which play in Germany, particularly Ronny Marcos, Hamburg, Jeffrey (BSV) and Gelício Banze (Dynamo Dresden).
- I wish I could count on these players, especially those playing in Germany, expressed João Chissano. Continuing his speech, the coach said that they do not know the Mozambican reality. This is an opportunity to begin to acclimatise themselves. Know the country and our habits, for they were born and raised in Germany, expressed the técnico.Além these players, who are children of Mozambican emigrants, hopes to have Clésio Baúque (Benfica of Portugal), Faisal Bangal (Atalanta Italy), Witti (Nacional da Madeira, Portugal) and Edson Almeida (Union of Madeira, Portugal). However, because the February 21 date is not FIFA, João Chissano fears be without such the players, but also expect some difficulties to form a group capable of facing the round smoothly, since operating in Mozambique not are competing and playing outside rely on the goodwill of the clubs they represent.
- It will be a very difficult round. We will have to work to take solutions to present a strong team. Players operating in Mozambique can make a round without having made a single game. The playing outside have pace, but you must wait for the understanding of their clubs, Chissano said.

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