n Maurice Kambukwe
The Brave Warriors are scheduled to play their first group D match at this year’s CHAN competition against Guinea at the Limbe stadium in Cameroon.
New Era Sport journalist 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 techniques are all the same over and over. I think this time around they can only get a point from the Guinea match.
My prediction will be a 2-0 in favour of the Brave Warriors. I trust our striker Elmo Kambindu – and I believe he is in good shape and will get the job done for us. Looking at the way the team was preparing for this tournament, you can tell the team is in good shape to get results.
Rogel Van Wyk
I think the team consists of good players. I am certain the team will get the results, looking at the intensive preparations that these players went through ahead of the competition. Also looking at the last time, they took part in the same competition; I remember they did well, so I am confident the team will do it again.
For me, I think the game will end in a 1-all draw; I believe Guinea is a great team with great players. So, looking at how the squad have prepared, it’s difficult to beat team such as Guinea – I foresee a draw.
It is going to be a tough match, but I foresee the match ending in a draw given the fact that the country has not had any domestic football and they did not have any competitive matches ahead of the Chan tournament. I think a draw will be the best result.
My prediction is Guinea will win because they are the better team; our national team started with a gruelling training at the beginning of this month. I don’t think that was enough to get the players to that fitness level. I would like to believe the team isn’t that fit enough to secure points against a team like Guinea.