Basketball: Ex- coach confident of team’s qualifying for world cup

Luanda – Former coach Carlos Dinis has acknowledged the potential and ability of the Angolan senior men’s basketball team, which according to him, will allow the squad to beat their opponents and qualify for 2019 World Cup in China.

Carlos Dinis was envisaging the participation of the national squad in the fifth and final African qualifying window, set for November 30 – December 2 at Kilamba Multipurpose pavilion in Luanda.

The coach of Atletico Sprt AviacAPound o (ASA) told Angop that Angola are almost one step closer to qualify, as the team have strong technical and competitive arguments.

Despite certain competitive balance on the continent, the team may use their strong defence and surprising counterattacks, said the coach, who stressed the importance of playing at home with the support of the local public.

Angola rank second in Group E with 15 points, followed by Cameroon and Egypt with 14, Chad and Morocco (12).

Tunisia are leaders with 18 points and have already qualified for the next world cup.

The national team are facing Cameroon on November 30th, Chad (December 1st) and Tunisia (December 2nd).

Source: Angola Press News Agency

Basketball: Ex- coach confident of team’s qualifying for world cup

Luanda – Former coach Carlos Dinis has acknowledged the potential and ability of the Angolan senior men’s basketball team, which according to him, will allow the squad to beat their opponents and qualify for 2019 World Cup in China.

Carlos Dinis was envisaging the participation of the national squad in the fifth and final African qualifying window, set for November 30 – December 2 at Kilamba Multipurpose pavilion in Luanda.

The coach of Atletico Sprt AviacAPound o (ASA) told Angop that Angola are almost one step closer to qualify, as the team have strong technical and competitive arguments.

Despite certain competitive balance on the continent, the team may use their strong defence and surprising counterattacks, said the coach, who stressed the importance of playing at home with the support of the local public.

Angola rank second in Group E with 15 points, followed by Cameroon and Egypt with 14, Chad and Morocco (12).

Tunisia are leaders with 18 points and have already qualified for the next world cup.

The national team are facing Cameroon on November 30th, Chad (December 1st) and Tunisia (December 2nd).

Source: Angola Press News Agency