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Sat, 13 Jul 2019 13:05 - Updated Sat, 13 Jul 2019 13:04

Football: Petro play four-team tourney in South Africa

Luanda - Petro de Luanda's soccer team left Friday for South Africa, where they will complete a pre-competitive stage in a four-team tournament, ahead of next soccer season that begins in August.

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Petro de Luanda team (file)

Photo: Francisco Miúdo

The national runners-up will compete with the South Africans of Bidvest Wits, already on Sunday, Jomo Cosmos, Simba from Tanzania and Mbambane Swaziland.

The team of the Catet]ao who started the new season on July 1, have the integration of players Herenilson, Wilson and Eddie Afonso, who were in the service of the national team, which was competing in the African Cup of Nations in Egypt.

In addition to the National Championship, the "tricolor" side will compete in the Angolan Cup and qualifiers to the group stage of the African Champion Clubs League.

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