posted by www.equatorialguineaonline.com – June 2nd, 2012
The national soccer team will face on Saturday the powerful team of Tunisia, in what will be the first qualifying match for the World Cup Brazil 2014.
The Delegation of Equatorial Guinea consists of 30 people and is headed by Judit Nchama, Director General of Sports, along with the Secretary General of the FEGUIFUT in the Continental Region, Alberto Otogo, is in Tunisian since last Wednesday.
The national team reached Tunisia depleted by casualties, but with the hope of playing a good match. The Brazilian coach Gilson Paulo has described the match as very difficult, due to missing players in the team, but he can also count on the addition of key players such as Ronan Carolino Falcão, after a year away, and Benjamin Zarandona, who was called in at the last minute.
The player Omar Mascarell, of the Real Madrid, stayed in Malabo waiting for the FEGUIFUT to finish the administrative paperwork for his eligibility, since he played with the Spanish national team, and this time he is willing to wear the red shirt of the Nzalang. His debut could occur on June 9 in Malabo, in the match to be played against Sierra Leone.
The match was scheduled in the Mustapha Ben Jannet Stadium in the resort town of Monastir and our headquarters is located in the Hotel Rosa Beach, where many fans have come to seek autographs from our players