Long flight robs Zebras of practice time

Lengthy flight: Mogorosi says they lost but are prepared to fight. PIC: TSELE TSEBETSAME
Lengthy flight: Mogorosi says they lost but are prepared to fight. PIC: TSELE TSEBETSAME

After a journey over three days and two continents, weary Zebras were expected to arrive in Eritrea this morning ahead of Saturday’s World Cup qualifier.

Zebras captain, Joel Mogorosi told Mmegi Sport from Doha, Qatar yesterday that they have lost preparation time, but the team would remain focused on Saturday’s job. “We are still in Doha, we are leaving at night. We are not yet in Eritrea, but the boys are good and we cannot complain.

We arrived here around midnight,” Mogorosi said yesterday.  The team is expected to arrive in Eritrea this morning and have two days to prepare. Mogorosi promised the boys would do their best despite losing two days of practice.

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