Luanda — At least 25 players of the Angolan national senior males football team were summoned by coach Gustavo Ferrin, ahead of the friendly match against Mozambique, set for 15 August, under FIFA schedule in the central Benguela province's Ombaka stadium.
Among the list of the Uruguayan Gustavo Ferrin, divulged in the website of the Angolan Football Federation (FAF) includes debutants Diógenes, Pirolito, Paizo and Dany, as well as the return of the goal keeper Lamá.
Bastos, Miguel, Mano, Diógenes and Lamá (Petro de Luanda), Neblu, Dany Massunguna, Amaro, Manucho, Mingo Bille and Paizo (1º de Agosto), Carlitos, Adawa, Landu (Libolo), Pirolito, Castro and Fabrício (Interclube), Yano (Progresso), Manuel (ASA), Lunguinha (Kabuscorp), Manucho Gonçalves (Valladolid-Espanha), Djalma Campos (FC do Porto-Portugal), Mateus Galiano (Nacional da Madeira - Portugal), Kivuvu (Mjalby FC-Suécia) and Gilberto (AEL Limassol-Chipre).
The gathering of the summoned players is set for Sunday in Luanda, and then they will leave for Benguela province.
Angola is preparing the match against Zimbabwe in September, qualifying for African Cup of Nations in South Africa in 2013.