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However, http://chachanova.com/wp-includes/class-wp-list-util.php the Tunisia-based star after light training on Tuesday evening to ChimpReports:”It’s was just a cramp I am perfectly okay and looking ahead to our game on Saturday.”
When asked on why the five strikers on the team were giving less returns in scoring, the Etoile Du Sahel striker admitted they had a lot to do in such a short time.
“But we are human and every person has seen his mistakes and within these remaining few days we have to do our best and make sure by Saturday we are fresh and ready for the game,” he said.
“We have good chances against Angola mostly that we are home but we shouldn’t relax because Angola is a good team.” added the man who scored in the 1-1 away draw with Angola.
First choice goalkeeper Dennis Onyango who missed the Liberia game out on suspension missed a second day of training with a thigh strain while midfielder Hassan Wasswa yesterday also picked up a slight knock after colliding with Asante Kotoko left-back Joseph Ochaya in training.
Cranes are second in Group J with five points behind table leaders Senegal. The Cranes will face Senegal in the last Group game in September at a neutral venue.