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Gustavo Ferrin, Angola national team coach takes 25 players to dual commitment with Uganda and Swaziland in World Cup and CHAN qualifiers respectively. The squad is mainly composed of local based players in an attempt to rebuild the team.
Manucho Goncolves who turns out for Spanish side Real Valladolid was among the top players left out.
The will be leaving Johannesburg on Thursday to head to Kampala.
After the game with Uganda, the Negros Palacos fly back to Johannesburg to prepare for Swaziland in Mbabane between 21st and 23rd of this month.
Before departure, the Angola national team trained for two hours in the field adjacent to the National Stadium on November 11, after draw (1-1) Saturday with Senegal. The coach Gustavo Ferrin used the session to correct imperfections, mainly defensive positioning and offensive.
Angola advance team went to Johannesburg to prepare the conditions for the team.
Senegal leads the race with six points, followed by Uganda with five. Angola and Liberia came next with four points each.
The squad is:
Goalkeepers Hugo (1st August) and Landa (Recreativo do Libolo)
defenders, Bastos, Mabiná (Petro de Luanda), Dany Massunguna (1st August), Gomito (Recreativo Libolo ) Kibeixa and Libengue (Kabuscorp do Palanca), Mussumary (Recreativo do Libolo), Abdol (Petro de Luanda), Jawbreaker and Fabricio (Interclub);
Midfielders Amaro and Mingo Bille (1st August), Ito (Progress Sambizanga) Manuel (ASA), Adawa (Kabuscorp), and Mano Job (Petro de Luanda);
Strikers: Yano (Progress), Geraldo (Curitiba, Brazil), Djalma Campos (Kasimpasa, Turkey), Mateus Galiano (Nacional Madeira of Portugal), Guilherme Afonso (FC Vaduz in Lichestein) and Mabululu (Petro de Luanda).