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Willard Katsande, the warrior referee, strikes his return to the national team and quickly warns members of the team for the need to remain focusing on the essential competitor of the Cup of Nations against Africa 2019 against Liberia Sunday in Monrovia.
Katsande, who was called for his first call back to the national side in almost two years, has called for his international career as a result of the early departure of Warriors of the UN Cup final in 2017 for i & The team waiting for the next final of the year.
"I think this is the last obstacle to us because a point will take us, but we do not have to play with that in mind. Our approach should be the same as in the previous games , "said Katsande at Daily News of a center in South Africa.
"We need to remain a focus and focus throughout the game. It is known, if you're performing well, aiming to get positive results. duty as players to move on and implement our game plan well and apply ourselves to get the job. "
Currently Warriors sit on top of their G Group with eight points of four games as the DRC is on the second with five points of the same number of games with Congo and Liberia attached to four points after the same number of games.
Sunday Chidzambwa's accusations are well placed to qualify for the 2019 River Finals in Cameroon next June-July as they need one point of the remaining two games against Liberia (away) to Congo at home.
Winning against Liberia on Sunday Warriors will seize a qualification for the first Afcon tournament that will consist of 24 teams up from the usual 16 participants.
The Warriors campaign started with an impressive 3-0 victory over Liberia at the opening stages of the qualifiers.
Forward against Belgium Following Information, Musona scored the three goals in the afternoon at the National Sports Stadium when FC Platinum's trainer Norman Mapeza was at the interim pay of the national side.
However, Katsande was quick to remind his fellow members to forget about that game and expect a tough game away from home.
"Going into a game against Liberia, I think it will not be an easy game. We do not need to be flattened by the first leg result we can beat at home.
They will play at home, with the support of their own supporters and obviously they will not make it easy for us, "he said.
Kaizer Chiefs midfielder added that he was ready to play his part if he was chosen to play while tipping the team to succeed in considering team quality.
"I'm ready to give my best if you have been chosen to play. It's always a good feeling to be back in the team, it's a lot to represent your country," Katsande
"We believe we have a relatively talented side with everything. We have a speed, we have skills, experience and quality. We have players with endurance and stamina and I think it's just a question of & # 39; We do not do the work on Sunday.
Meanwhile, the technical team and local players, Rodwell Chinyengetere and Kevin Moyo, are expected to leave the country last night to Johannesburg, South Africa, who would contact their peers in Mzansi before contacting Liberia through Kenya and Sierra Leone and should arrive at Monrovia this afternoon.
The defense of Alec Mudimu (Wales), skipper Knowledge Musona and midfielder Marvelous Nakamba (both of Belgium) are also expected to arrive at Monrovia this afternoon from their centers.
Gollers: George Chigova (Polokwane City), Edmore Sibanda (Witbank Spurs)
Defenders: Alec Mudimu (CEFN Druids), Ronald Pfumbidzai (Bloemfontein Celtic), Teenage Hadebe (Kaizer Chiefs), Kevin Moyo (FC Platinum), Marshall Munetsi (Orlando Pirates)
Midfielders: Willard Katsande (Kaizer Chiefs), Tafadzwa Kutinyu (Azam), Ovidy Karuru (AmaZulu), Talent Chawapiwa (Baroka), Marvelous Nakamba (Club Brugge), Khama Billiat (Kaizer Chiefs), Musona Information (Anderlecht), Rodwell Chinyengetere ( FC Platinum)
Strikers: Evans Rusike (SuperSport United), Knox Mutizwa (Lamontville Gold Ariages), Tinotenda Kadewere (Le Havre AC) DailyNews