Tshosane aims to redeem pride

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Zebras' under firing mentor Stanley Tshosane says he aims to redeem the team's waning pride in the remaining matches of the Brazil FIFA 2014 World Cup qualifiers.

Tshosane told Mmegi Sport that they want to try everything possible to get good results in their remaining fixtures. Despite languishing at the bottom of group A without a single win, he said all is not lost and the Ethiopia tie is crucial because if they win it, they will have four points, three behind Ethiopia who are group leaders that also includes South Africa and Central Africa Republic (C.A.R).

He said he is keeping his fingers crossed that he gets a full strength squad before leaving to Egypt this Sunday for a friendly match. The Zebras play the Pharaohs on Tuesday and fly back home immediately after to continue preparations for the qualifiers. They will first play Ethiopia on June 8th before welcoming C.A.R on June 15th. The squad assembled briefly in camp on Tuesday before some players were released for midweek league action.  "My concern right now is players picking up injuries in the league matches, luckily we welcomed Gaborone United players to camp this morning after their Wednesday night game and none was injured," he said.

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