Broos names squad, stresses Bafana door open to any talented player

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Kaizer Chiefs playmaker Keagan Dolly has impressed Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos.
Kaizer Chiefs playmaker Keagan Dolly has impressed Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos.
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Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos may still struggle to pronounce many of his players’ names, but believes he has struck a productive relationship with them.

The veteran Belgian tactician got plenty of the first names or surnames wrong on Tuesday when announcing his final squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Zimbabwe and Ghana in the SABC studios in Johannesburg.

However, he spelled out that team matters have been going well and he expects his men to be completely tuned into his message that they must try not to leave themselves needing more than a draw in their final group match in Ghana on November 14.

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