After three days of training, we have regained our confidence (after the 0-0 draw with Mali). There was no much time for training but we had some video sessions to correct the mistakes from the previous games. We didn’t play badly against Mali, and we’re ready to face Uganda.
All my career, I have never relied on one or two players. I choose the players who suit my tactics. Against Uganda, we are not going to play defensive or an attacking game; it will be a balanced one. We won’t change our formation completely, this is not logic, but we will make some changes. Our team has a strong personality and we play with the strategy that suits us. I hope we could get the vital maximum points.
If we think we are going to have a walkover against Uganda, it will be a mistake. I don’t know how Uganda will play but what concerns me is my team. I don’t think of my opponents; I respect them all.
I wish we can win against Uganda. I don’t think of the other game’s results. My philosophy is always to win the next game, then think of the one after.