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Phala: It’s In Our Own Hands

Phala: It’s In Our Own Hands

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44 / / Jan 22, 2013 02:35 PM
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Bafana Bafana failed to win their Afcon 2013 opener against Cape Verde on Saturday at the National Stadium and on Wednesday they have the opportunity to redeem themselves at the Moses Mabhida Stadium when they face Angola.

As South Africa did, Angola played to a goalless draw in their opening game, and are looking for their first win of the African footballing extravaganza. All four teams in Group A, including Morocco, are sat on equal points, with qualification to the next round still up for grabs

 

With all the four teams sitting on one point, Bafana’ Thuso Phala feels that they must grab the opportunity of bagging all three points. The Platinum Stars player told the Siya crew that as players, they know it is up to them do deliver.

 

“Since Angola and Morocco also played to a draw it is like starting all over for all the teams and we have to do it this time around. It is in our own hands now. All teams have a point each and this means that if we win the remaining two games we could qualify for quarter-finals and we have to start against Angola.  

 

“It is like back to the first game and if we win then, we can go all the way. We should improve on our first game performance for us to score and win this one. All we need are goals,” Phala expressed. 

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mikateko77 Level 1
Not with Mafenya-Mafenya team...I can't stress about people who depend on luck and not football.

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mikateko77 Level 1
Not with Mafenya-Mafeny team...I can't stress about people who depend on luck and not football.

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bashingp Level 1
we all know wat u're toking about is money not pride of dis btiful contry U useless Goat meeeeeeeh!

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Makarina Level 3
It is in your hands boy which means that if your hands are week, you will let if fall and then booom! BB are out of Afcon in the first round in their country. Good luck.

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Gamaldinho Level 3
cow-la

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Zakees22 Level 1
Here in South africa we wl never knw wht s football?the only thing we knw is the debate of the useless two teams kc n op,nothing else

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Keaitsi Level 1
One of our promising playas jst imagine midfield of phala,piennar,modise,serero n jali supplying Erusmus n Mphela dat is de best midfield we cn fld n trouble our oppositions

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adsibiya2 Level 1
thuso man of da match phala,ayi boi ul win a game fo us bru,mk sure u rlx in final1/3 so ur crossis ll b gud,mphela n parker ll d da rest of da job,u mst mk sure reinelwe gv u balls wit manyisa,play hard n low crosses mphela ll d da finishing 1-0 s 3point guyz...mpophomeni n south africa behide url....rise bafana bafana rise

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michelbucs Level 1
Suka nkomo go to chiefs..

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sthibo155 Level 1
Pudi tse i am highly anticipating an embarasing LOSS jiiisssssss we hav had enough of believing with this COWS.....

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bronzi Level 1
Recent meetings of the first round of the Cup of Africa:1x2wins.com

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Khumbulani_Ndlovu Level 2
Guyz please make us proud 2moro we're 69% behide you,we still hv chance GO Bafana Go!!!!!!!

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Khumbulani_Ndlovu Level 2
ince Angola and Morocco also played to a draw it is like starting all over for all the teams and we have to do it this time around. It is in our own hands now. All teams have a point each and this means that if we win the remaining two games we could qualify for quarter-finals and we have to start against Angola.     “It is like back to the first game and if we win then, we can go all the way. We should improve on our first game performance for us to score and win this one. All we need are goals,” Phala expressed.

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Blackphc Level 1
Its time to see what the bafana team is hiden

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Musawenkosi84 Level 5
Then it's in the wrong hands...

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