26 December 2012

Angola/South Africa: National Football Squad Travel to South Africa

Luanda — The Angolan national football squad travelled this Wednesday morning to South Africa, where they will carry out the last stage of preparation, ahead of their participation in the Africa Cup of Nations Cup (AFCON2013), scheduled for 19 January to 10 February next year in that country.

About 18 players, including Geraldo of Brazil's Paraná club, already left the country. The midfielder Gilberto and striker Ary will join the team on Thursday.

The other players based overseas will join the national team in the first week of January.

Here is the list of players summoned by coach Gustavo Ferrin for the AFCON2013 operation:

Amândio Manuel Filipe da Costa (Amaro), Bartolomeu Jacinto Quissanga (Bastos), Miguel Geraldo Quiame (Miguel), Régio Francisco Conco Zalata (Mingo Bille), Massunguna Alex Afonso (Dany), Luis Mamona João (Lamá), Osvaldo Paulo João Dinis (Dinis), Landu Mavanga (Landu), Ilídio José Panzo (Pirolito), Fabrício Mafuta (Fabrício), Adriano B. Duarte Nicolau (Yano), Manuel da Costa Gaspar ( Manuel), António Luis dos Santos Serrado (Lunguinha), Hermenegildo Bartolomeu (Geraldo), Manuel David Afonso (Ary), Adilson Cipriano da Cruz (Neblu), Mário Manuel de Oliveira (Ito), António Sapalo L. Justo (Paty), José Pedro Alberto (Mabiná), Marco Ibrahim de Sousa Airosa (Marco Airosa), Mateus Galiano da Costa (Mateus), Djalma Braune M. Abel Campos (Djalma), Felisberto S. Da Graça Amaral (Gilberto), Adérito Waldemar Alves de Carvalho (Dedé), Mateus Contreiras Alberto (Manucho), Zuela Francisco Santos (Zuela), Guilherme Afonso (Guilherme).

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