Newly appointed Warriors captain, Alec Mudimu has called for togetherness in the national team camp to atone for the “embarrassment” endured in Djibouti following a 1-0 loss to Somalia, Africa’s worst football team.
The 2022 Qatar World Cup Qualifier was played last Thursday with The Warriors conceding a headed goal in the final stages of the match.
Speaking during an interview with The Sunday Mail on Saturday, the Cefn Druids midfielder said:
This is no time for blame games, we need to stay together and overcome this embarrassment together.
We are trying to prove something to the nation. The technical staff, led by Joey Antipas, also wants to prove something to the nation, so we will try and get a positive result to cheer up the nation which endured a lot last week.
… I am 110 per cent sure all of them (players) are willing to put in 2 000 per cent for the nation, so that we wipe out this embarrassment.
More: The Sunday Mail
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