Wed, 24 Sep 2014 13:11 - Updated Wed, 24 Sep 2014 13:11
Palanquinhas leave for Cote d'Ivoire
Luanda - The Angolan under17 men’s football team travelled on Wednesday for Abidjan, where they will face on Saturday Cote d'Ivoire, for the second leg match of the last round, qualifiers for the African Cup of Nations (CAN2015), to be hosted by Niger.
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The Angolan delegation, led by the technical coordinator of the national teams, Raul Chipenda, is comprised by 26 people.
Check the players summoned by coach Nzuzi André: Coio, Cris, Nelson, Catraio, Justino (1º de Agosto), Nandinho, Bebo, Oliveira, Alberto (Petro de Luanda), Pepe, Isner, Djoni (Progresso do Sambizanga), Mandinho, Hile, Martins (ASA), Mingo, Ipanga (Brilhantes de Viana) and Mabele (Kilamba Kiaxe).
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