Angola: National Team Starts Using CAF Facility

Photo: Lefty Shivambu/Gallo Images-Stanbic
Angola, in red in action in a previous Afcon tournament.

Johannesburg — The Angolan national football team has started to use a facility made available by the Africa Football Confederation (CAF) for the first phase of the Orange African Cup of Nations (AFCON2013) kick-starting on January 19 here with group A games.

After a break of Monday afternoon, the national team started its training session on the pitch adjacent to Milpark Hotel, without the participation of the plays coach Gustavo Ferrin excluded, namely Ito, Ary, Paty and Mabina.

Following the friendly matches of Johannesburg with Angola's national team beating title holder, Zambia (2-0), South African premier league Mokota (2-1) and Botswana (2-0 ), Ferrin starts designing the final strategy toward the match with Morocco at the opening of the group A encounters.

The AFCON 213 will take place from January 19 to February 10 in the South African cities of Johannesburg, Durban, Nespruit, Rustenburg and Port Elizabeth.

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