10 January 2013

Angola/South Africa: Former International Players Optimistic About Team's Access to Semi-Final

Luanda — The former international players of national football team Paulão and Marito believe in access of national squad to the CAN2013 semi-final, in South Africa from 19 January to 10 February.

The ex-athletes expressed their optimism when speaking to National Radio's sport channel "Radio 5"

"The preparation is being handled successfully and we believe in a semi-final, judging by the team we have", said the Marito, the former goalkeeper of Petro de Luanda club.

He recalled the good time of the players Djalma Campos and Manucho Gonçalves, both of Valladolid (Spain) and Kasimpassa (Turkey), who join the team.

In his turn, the former striker Paulão reiterated the difficulties in the competition, as every team has the quality.

Luanda - The former international players of national football team Paulão and Marito believe in access of national squad to the CAN2013 semi-final, in South Africa from 19 January to 10 February.

The ex-athletes expressed their optimism when speaking to National Radio's sport channel "Radio 5"

"The preparation is being handled successfully and we believe in a semi-final, judging by the team we have", said the Marito, the former goalkeeper of Petro de Luanda club.

He recalled the good time of the players Djalma Campos and Manucho Gonçalves, both of Valladolid (Spain) and Kasimpassa (Turkey), who join the team.

In his turn, the former striker Paulão reiterated the difficulties in the competition, as every team has the quality.

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