Angola: National Team Trains Within Closed-Door'

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Angola national soccer team

Luanda — The Angolan national football team Friday in Luanda held one more trained session within closed-door, aiming at the first round match of the group J of the qualifiers for the World Cup of 2014 in Brazil.

National coach Romeu Filemon has thus hidden the tactics he has adopted for the game against Uganda on Sunday in Luanda.

The Giant Sable Antelopes are having their last training session at Luandas "11 de Novembro" stadium on Saturday.

This will be the first official game of the national team under coach Romeu Filemon. In the process of preparation Angola played four friendly matches, winning two and drawing two.

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