Hugo Broos says his principle focus as Bafana head coach is to win the Africa Cup of Nations, and that he is glad to be 'killed' by the press on the off chance that he doesn't qualify South Africa for the mainland show-stopper in Ivory Coast in 2023.
Addressing SABC Sport on Tuesday, Broos was obtuse and to the moment that requested his desires, clarifying that he doesn't feel he ought to be excessively condemned on the off chance that he doesn't make it to the 2022 Fifa World Cup in Qatar.
"The lone thing I need to ask is to have a legit possibility," said Broos, whose Bafana side will start their World Cup qualifying effort in September, yet won't play in following year's Africa Cup of Nations finals in Cameroon, on the grounds that Molefi Ntseki's Bafana group neglected to qualify.
"After each choice or game don't begin censuring, we need some time, allow me an opportunity to assemble something … when we don't fit the bill for the Africa Cup of Nations, at that point kill me! At that point I didn't tackle my work well indeed."
Requested an extreme point as Bafana mentor in the following five years, Broos said straight up: "win the Afcon".
The Belgian 69 year-old has past around there, having won the Africa Cup of Nations in 2017 with Cameroon.
"I'm goal-oriented, yet I like difficulties, I realize I have one and I am not apprehensive … we should buckle down, me as well as everybody, the players as well, however I figure it will be alright. I take the case of Cameroon, when I came there was turmoil, they didn't have a group, it was ten years sooner they were in the Afcon last and 15 years since they had won it.
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