16 January 2013

Angola: Djalma Campos Fit for Saturday's Afcon2013 Debut Game

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Fernando Varela of Cape Verde scores with a header, helping his team make history by qualifying for the Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals in their first Africa Cup of Nations finals.

The midfielder of the Sable Antelopes (Angola's national football team), Djalma Campos, has said he is fit and ready for Saturday's game with Morocco, for the first round of the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON2013) of South Africa.

Djalma Campos, who plays for the Turkish Kasimpassa team, reminded, however, that all depends on the final decision of the squad's coach, the Uruguayan Gustavo Ferrin.

The player assured that the injury he had, which hindered him from playing in the squad's two first training matches in South Africa, is now overcome.

"Now the batteries are charged for the first game, with Morocco, and then the other games of group A (...). We are well prepared, tactically, technically, physically and psychologically", stressed the player.

Group A of the AFCON2013 comprises Angola, Morocco, South Africa and Cape Verde.

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