By Brian Mboh
The lionesses head coach Gabriel Zabo and team have insisted on perfecting their winning strength, in a training session at the Ahmadou Ahidjo stadium ahead of their head-to-head clash against the Queen Scorpions of Gambia.
The former DAC 2000 tactician and team have opted on lying emphasis on ball possession and dead balls during the Thursday’s 10 am training session.
“The entire squad is ready to take on the Queen Scorpions of Gambia this Friday. The moral is there and the players are motivated in picking the day’s three points”.
“For now l have no information regarding the Gambian team. But my collaborators and l have had the opportunity to view some videos of their two last games against Senegal and Sierra Leone recently.”
The game will be Coach Gabriel Zabo’s third outing in his capacity as national trainer of the women’s team.
“We shall make use of the information gathered to build a solid team , so as to safeguard a win “.
” You can’t be at the helm of the Cameroon national team, and don’t be under pressure.l am under pressure and do hope to canalize this pressure for a good results”.
The lionesses will have to play with out some big names to the likes of Raissa Feudjio, Brenda Tabe and Estelle Johnson.
“For now l can’t tell you more concerning the key starters for Friday’s game. We are 95% sure of some key players set to feature on the starting line, based on their performance,” Gabriel Zabo said
After Friday’s game, both sides will be facing each other in the return-leg game come February 24 in Banjul, Gambia.
The Queen Scorpions of Gambia are optimistic for a win in Yaounde. And do hope of putting an impressive game style as compare to their male team in the just ended Nations Cup in Cameroon.
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