The Burger King-sponsored South African Men’s u20 National team has settled well in the Namibian capital of Windhoek and is raring to go.

The Burger King-sponsored South African Men’s u20 National team has settled well in the Namibian capital of Windhoek and is raring to go.

Amajita arrived in Windhoek on Thursday night and will hold their only training session at the match venue on Friday ahead of the first leg CAF AYC qualifier match against Namibia tomorrow afternoon.

Head Coach Thabo Senong says the trick to qualification is scoring an away goal and to try not to concede a goal.

“This way, we will make the second leg easier for us,” said Senong.

The second leg qualifier will be played on 11 June 2016.

“We have analysed the Namibians by watching different video analysis with the boys last night. We now know how the Namibians play and we know what needs to be done, come Saturday afternoon.”

Senong said the boys were very focused on the task at hand and the whole team is happy to have players who are already experienced in international football.

The match between Amajita and Namibia will kick off at 16h00 SA time at Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek.

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