Angola: Former National Coach Recommends Greater Organisation in Afcon2013

Luena — With a greater organisation, taking into account the conditions created and if there is a game to game analysis, Angola will be able to reach the semi-finals or final, said Saturday in Luena Moxico Province, former coach of the national team, Zeca Amaral.

According to the coach, "the objectives of the first phase will pass through a game to game assessment until reaching the direct knockout phase, where anything can happen".

In the opinion of the coach, who won two top division titles with Recreativo do Libolo, greater attention must be paid to the aspect of group organisation and then wait until the players are all in good health until the start of the competition.

Zeca Amaral, currently with FC Bravos do Maquis club, appealed for "unconditional" support to the national squad players and, particularly, to the national coach, Gustavo Ferrin adding that the coach is doing a good job.

As regards the 23 players of the national team that will compete in the AFCON2013, from January 19, in South Africa, he said they are a good squad and need the people's support.

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