Brave Warriors vs Guinea: Fans have their say
The Brave Warriors are arranged to play their first group D match at this year’s CHAN competition against Guinea at the Limbe stadium in Cameroon.
New Era Sport reporter Maurice Kambukwe took to the streets of Windhoek to engage fans on their expectations as well as their prediction of tonight’s encounter.
The game will end in a draw; our team methods are all the exact same over and over. I think this time around they can just get a point from the Guinea match.
My forecast will be a 2-0 in favour of the Brave Warriors. I trust our striker Elmo Kambindu – and I think he remains in great shape and will finish the job for us. Looking at the method the group was getting ready for this tournament, you can inform the group remains in good condition to get results.
Rogel Van Wyk
I think the team includes excellent players. I am specific the team will get the outcomes, taking a look at the extensive preparations that these gamers went through ahead of the competitors. Likewise looking at the last time, they participated in the same competitors; I remember they succeeded, so I am confident the team will do it again.
For me, I believe the game will end in a 1-all draw; I think Guinea is an excellent team with great gamers. So, looking at how the team have prepared, it’s difficult to beat group such as Guinea – I predict a draw.
It is going to be a tough match, but I anticipate the match ending in a draw provided the reality that the nation has actually not had any domestic football and they did not have any competitive matches ahead of the Chan competition. I believe a draw will be the very best result.
My prediction is Guinea will win because they are the much better team; our nationwide team began with a gruelling training at the beginning of this month. I do not believe that was enough to get the players to that fitness level. I would like to think the group isn’t that fit enough to protect points versus a group like Guinea.