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Tunisia is one of the best teams in Africa. Being in the cup of nations tournament since 1994 in every one of them tells it all. And on top of it, the team has 12 international pro players.
This is the right measuring stick to tell where our Walyas stand.
Good Luck Walyas!!
The eritrean football federation has announced that the whole squad of its footballers actually go for international tour for freindship match. Some Ethiopian and america delibratelly propagate their lies as usual. The return of the team is not yet decided.
Believe The presence of adane &salahadinin thes willsolve the goal scoring problem,themid fieldplay was to null during the match againt nigersewunet have to work hard in this areaballs should pasto theforward players appropriatelynontheless believethe teamwill Tunisia
I hope Coach Sewnet Bishaw is cleaver enough to make sure that players don’t get burnout and don’t get any injury .because this friendly game is too close to the actual tournaments day .The best thing he can do is to use all his reserve players to reduce the risk of injury and burnout .Good luck to our boys.
Here is a internet live stream link from First row. The game is already up. Enjoy.
so far good performance
Saladin scored the equilizer. This team is for real!!!!!
Goal within 4 minutes is what worries me about the Ethiopian team!!!
@Extraterrestrial - Assab
It was a penalty and according to some commentators it was awarded to Tunisia unfairly. But you have to give to the Walyas for coming back and level the game. They were also able to dominate the Tunisians in ball possession. Zambia, one of our biggest opponents at the 2013 AFCON, lost all of the last three friendly matches. This means we may have a shot at the defending champions:):):)
A goal in the first 4 minutes is nothing to worry about. But shuting of this big calibur Tunisian team for the rest of the game almost 90 minutes and even outplaying them is a great achievment and encouraging to the whole team.
Good luck Walyas!
Ethiopia 1 Tunisia 1
Selahadin Said 64´
way to go
viva Ethiopia and i´m for sure not
I share Extra-Aseb’s concern. Allowing a goal at the 4th minute just shows inexperience and makes winning very difficult specially if the opponent is a well organized defensive team. Being a slow starter in soccer game is no good. Most games are determined by 1 goal difference. The couching stuff better address this issue. I did not watch the game but, from what i hear they did good in sticking to the plan and finally equalizing the game against a very good team. I give them credit on that. With this result, we should face any team with confidence. If you remember, we did get a draw against Nigeria a year or so ago. Respect our opponents, but show no fear or mercy on the field. We can defeat anyone if we believe in ourselves. I can’t wait to watch us playing Nigeria!
kul [Visitor]& addis zemen [Visitor]
I agree with you it is a great team and a great achievement but early goal is annoying and costly.
You got that right, and that’s exactly the whole point. That, our team didn’t get desturbed and annoyed with that particular early goal, but played a great game dominating the rest of the way. That takes a real solid team. Because of this quality our Walyas possess so far with all their games, their chances of winning it all is getting higher and higher by me!
They have that fighting blood in them! Never give up!
@Extraterrestrial - Assab
Our team lost only one of the last 10 games. In more than two occasions, our players managed to come back after conceding a goal. Their fighting spirit is what makes them different from all previous teams. If you remember the Khartoum game, we were trailing 3-1 at half time in Khartoum. But the infallible Walyas were able to score two goals and make the score 3-3 until that Cameroonian referee unfairly gave Sudan two penalties. I am not saying that they should not work avoiding early goals. They should if possible. But conceding an early goal is not the end of the game. Our team seems to have developed a “Man U” type of mentality in which you fight till the last second of the game.
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