We’re Going To Go For The Win Against Algeria – Sudan Coach Mohamed Abdallah Mazda

Posted by admin on Thursday, 10 February 2011

The hosts of the 2011 African Championship of Nations are already through to the second round but are going to fight their hardest against the Fennecs.
Speaking at a press conference, Sudan coach Mohamed Abdallah Mazda has assured reporters and fans that his players were not going to take it easy on Algeria in their final group encounter on February 12 even though they have already secured qualification to the second round after two narrow wins over Gabon and Uganda. The Fennecs need only one point to be certain of progressing to the next stage.

“We’re going to give everything to get the three points of victory and to finish the first round gracefully. We’re going to be fair play and make every effort to meet this challenge,” explained the manager according to DZfoot.net.

Meanwhile, Mazda highlighted the team’s offensive efficiency as the main factor that he wanted to see improve in the coming games after seeing his team only score one goal in each of their wins despite having many opportunities to put more away.

“The team is getting better from one game to the next. We’re creating quite a few opportunities without finishing them all. I think my players are trying a bit too hard to please their supporters. We’re going to work harder in training to improve our offensive output,” he said.