Angola/Gambia: Palancas Negras Play Friendly With Gambia, Cameroon and Rwanda

Luanda — Angolan national senior males football team will play this month in Lubango city, southern Huila province, Gambia (15 December), Cameroons (19 December) and Rwanda (22 December), in the preparation for the African Cup of Nations (CAN2013).

This was said to sport Radio 5 on Monday by the Vice-president of the Angolan Football Federation (FAF), João Lusivikueno.

Palancas Negras are holding a training programme in Huíla province and in this period the squad will only count on the presence of home-based players and midfielder Geraldo that play in Brazil.

The first training session is taking place this Tuesday at 9 a.m at the stadium of Benfica do Lubango.

Angola is part of group A of the CAN2013 together with South Africa, Cape Verde and Morocco.

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