Yaoundé, Cameroon | THE BLACK EXAMINER | Cameroon’s head coach, Jean Baptiste Bisseck, expressed confidence and a lack of pressure as they aim to secure qualification in their match against Uganda in the Paris 2024 Olympic Games women’s football qualifiers on Tuesday. In the first leg of the second round qualifiers, Uganda emerged victorious with a 2-0 win.
Cameroon is set to host the return leg against Uganda Crested Cranes at the Reunification Stadium in Douala on Tuesday. Bisseck emphasized the importance of finishing effectively and urged his team to play without pressure, with determination, and to enjoy the game.
Cameroon defender Eliane Mambolambo, echoing a positive outlook, stated, “Knowing the state of mind of the group, I would say that the percentage for victory is 200 percent.”
Uganda’s interim head coach, Charles Ayiekoh Lukula, emphasized the need to score and maintain a solid defensive strategy following scoring.
Two African teams will earn the opportunity to compete in the Paris 2024 Olympic Games women’s football tournament, scheduled from July 24 to August 10 next year, alongside ten other qualifying teams.
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