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Wed, 04 Dec 2019 17:16 - Updated Wed, 04 Dec 2019 19:37

Afrocups: D'Agosto football team leave for Egypt

Luanda - 1º de Agosto traveled on Wednesday afternoon to the city of Cairo (Egypt), where they will play against local Zamalek on Saturday, for the second round of Group A of the African Football Champion Clubs League, decided to score.

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Football: 1º de Agosto team

Photo: Rosário dos Santos

Speaking to Angop at the 4 Fevereiro International Airport, shortly before leaving,  the assistant coach Ivo Traça said the military team would go to Egypt for the sole purpose of winning one or the first three points.

“To that end, during the week we corrected some details, so that we can face our opponents more calmly, but aware that it will be a difficult game. We have done our homework and we are moralized,” said the assistant Coach.

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