"I like fancy football," said Broos when gotten some information about his football reasoning.
Bafana lead trainer Hugo Broos has vowed to play 'fancy football' in his spell accountable for the senior national team.
Broos showed up in the country on Monday evening and was at that point on media obligations from the beginning Tuesday, giving a meeting to SABC Morning Live.
"It isn't for me to kick the ball 60 meters in front and stand by (for a counter-assault). Now and then you need to play like that, yet it isn't the manner in which I need to play."
Broos likewise focused on his worth of a group ethic, in front of people, refering to his prosperity with Cameroon in the Africa Cup of Nations, where he took a group without star names to greatness, one of the fundamental reasons he was recruited by the South African Football Association.
"There were preferable sides over us at Afcon, however we won Afcon, on the grounds that we were a group, and not only 11 players, 23 parts (in the crew)," added Broos, who will start qualifying with Bafana for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in September.
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