News:Pasuwa Worried That Inadequate Preparations Could Hamper Warrior's Potential
<vote /> Pasuwa's comments came after the team’s disastrous trip to Guinea at the weekend for their final Group L qualifier where they arrived on the morning of the match, and eventually lost 1-0.
He is worried that inadequate preparations could hamper his team’s potential,
Some people would say this is how we have been operating, but one day, we will come to a standstill. We need to do the correct thing to produce better performances. We saw many mistakes in that match and we need these boys to be together for a long time. The Europe-based players did not train with us, so there was no coordination. We need time together for bonding and the training itself.
Zimbabwe are one of the 16 teams that made it to the continental premier football competition and will be joined by Burkina Faso, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Algeria, Cameroon, Egypt, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Mali, Morocco, Senegal and hosts Gabon at the tournament next January.
It is the third time the Warriors would be making an appearance at the Afcon finals.
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