13 January 2013

Angola/Botswana: Djalma Gets Assessed On Sunday

Johannesburg — The total recovery of Djalma Campos from the injury he got at in his team, the Kasimpassa of Turkey, will be assessed this Sunday in the friendly between the Angolan national squad and the similar team of Botswana, which is to be the last preparation game of Angola ahead of the participation in the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON2013) of South Africa.

Speaking last Saturday to the press, in the end of a training session, the physician of the Sable Antelopes (Angolan squad), Caetano Maria, revealed that the player will be used with some caution.

"The player has been improving satisfactorily, so he'll play in the encounter with Botswana, but not the full game", said the physician.

He also guaranteed that the clinic framework of the national team is good, with the exception of Djalma Campos, to whose situation a solution must be found before the continental championship, scheduled to start on January 19.

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