The Young Gladiators have physically and mentally been conditioned to face their opponents tomorrow, with hope of transforming their home result.
Young Gladiators coach Uerikondjera Kasaona says the players have shown tremendous improvement with their fitness and confidence and only look to restore pride as they go into the second leg match.
She adds that for the past days, the team placed their focus on getting the players to a competitive level, one that will see them not only participate but challenge their opponents.
”Based on what we’ve worked on, the players will give a great account of themselves tomorrow. We are positive going into this match especially because we intend on restoring our pride, seeing how we got hurt from the first leg”, explains Kasaona.
Brave Warriors assistant coach Woody Jacobs joins the backroom staff for the second leg together with Robert Nauseb to offer thier technical support.
The 2020 FIFA U/20 Women’s World Cup Qualifiers match will be played at the Gaborone National Stadium on Friday, 31 January 2020, at 18h00.