Sangare will bounce back, says coach after error

2022/01/18 10:33:00

Sangare will bounce back, says coach after error

Sangare will bounce back, says coach after error

JDR Stars owner-coach Nditsheni Nemasisi strongly believes his Ivorian goalkeeper Ali Sangare will bounce back after a howler that gifted Sierra Leone a last-gasp equaliser in Sunday’s Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Group E match in Cameroon.

After the incident, Sangare appeared injured and was stretched off. Outfield player Serge Aurier replaced him in goal as the Elephants had already exhausted their five substitutions. Some felt the Ivorian keeper feigned the injury because he was too embarrassed to continue playing.

Nemasisi, who coaches Sangare at the GladAfrica Championship outfit, has no doubt that the veteran shot-stopper will dust himself off and prove his critics wrong. The JDR boss feels Sangare’s experience will play a big role in his redemption.“I believe he’ll bounce back. I have no doubt he’ll recover from that error and serve humble pie to his critics. He’s a strong keeper and he’s very experienced,’’ Nemasisi told Sowetan yesterday.

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Ivory Coast were leading 2-1 until Sangare’s glaring error enabled the Leone Stars to level matters in the 93rd minute via Alhaji Kamara.2 days ago Vimbela was making her long-awaited return to the national team after she suffered a career-threatening anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury during the Telkom Netball League (TNL) in 2020.Wahbi Khazri (2L) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the Group F Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) 2021 football match between Tunisia and Mauritania at Limbe Omnisport Stadium in Limbe on Sunday.Newspaper says SA-born coach had a better year than any other coach in the world 17 January 2022 - 18:41 Marc Strydom Al Ahly head coach Pitso Mosimane.

The 35-year-old JDR keeper bizarrely lost control of the ball, spilling it for Steven Caulker, who teed up Kamara to just tap it in. After the incident, Sangare appeared injured and was stretched off. After their opening match defeat, Badenhorst promised a better game against the Australian Diamonds who beat New Zealand 53-39 in the other match that was played on Saturday. Outfield player Serge Aurier replaced him in goal as the Elephants had already exhausted their five substitutions. Tunisia face Gambia and Mali meet Mauritania on Thursday with the top two finishers booking second-round places and the third-placed team possibly going through as well as one of the best four in that position. Some felt the Ivorian keeper feigned the injury because he was too embarrassed to continue playing. “I think on our end we made too many mistakes, we need to keep our own possession and do better next time. Nemasisi, who coaches Sangare at the GladAfrica Championship outfit, has no doubt that the veteran shot-stopper will dust himself off and prove his critics wrong. Mosimane also steered Ahly to third place at the Covid-19-delayed 2020 Fifa Club World Cup in Qatar in February 2021.

The JDR boss feels Sangare’s experience will play a big role in his redemption. “I can promise you a better game tomorrow (Sunday). When the countries clashed at the Arab Cup in Qatar last month, Tunisia romped to a 5-1 victory without their unavailable Europe-based stars. “I believe he’ll bounce back. I have no doubt he’ll recover from that error and serve humble pie to his critics.. He’s a strong keeper and he’s very experienced,’’ Nemasisi told Sowetan yesterday. – Difficult conditions – Tunisia went ahead after just four minutes in difficult conditions at the Stade Omnisport with the temperature 32 degrees Celsius (90 Fahrenheit) and the humidity 77 percent. “People forget that he played in Europe [he was the property of Belgian club R. He has not‚ though‚ been granted the same recognition.

Olympic Charleroi from January until June in 2009] in the past. It’s not like he’s a youngster. Mauritania could have reduced arrears midway through the opening half when Tunisia goalkeeper Bechir Ben Said lost control of the ball after a free-kick, but Oumar Camara failed to take advantage. His experience will help him to bounce back.” Nemasisi is of the view that focusing more on Sangare’s blunder wasn’t fair when people said the least when he produced a decent performance to help the Elephants beat Equatorial Guinea 1-0 in their Group E opener last Wednesday. “To put more focus on that error isn’t fair because he’d been doing well and nobody said anything. He then turned provided with a perfect pass setting up Jaziri to race through the middle and push the ball wide of Diop and into the net. Those spots were taken by Thomas Tuchel‚ Pep Guardiola and Roberto Mancini.

He kept a clean sheet in the first game. If he’s available in their next game against Algeria [on Thursday, 6pm SA time], I think he should play.’’ .