Team Hugo Bross will begin their qualifying campaign with a match against Morocco at the Prince Moulay Abdel Stadium on June 9 and will then host Zimbabwe at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg four days later. The Belgian strategists have named 37 players to the starting lineup, with several others expected to be cut before the teams convene in camp.
The man continues to pass over Sundowns midfielder Andile Jali because he believes he has no need for him. Instead, he selected Pic Pathutsedzo Nange from Kaizer Chiefs as an addition to the team with Thembinkosi Lorch.
Nange is one of the most consistent players on the Kaizer Chiefs roster. As the top defensive midfielder in South African football, Jali also performs this function.
Despite his desire to serve his country, the man accepted the fact that he will never be selected by the coach.
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