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Central African Republic prepares for crucial World Cup qualifier against Ghana in Kumasi

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The Central African Republic’s national football team, known as Les Fauves, commenced their preparations in Ghana for the upcoming 2026 World Cup qualifier match against the Ghanaian team. This pivotal match, part of the Africa Zone qualifiers, is set to take place in Kumasi.

Arrival and Initial Training

Geoffrey Kondogbia and his teammates arrived in Kumasi on the morning of Friday, June 7, 2024.

The Central African delegation first landed in Accra before making their way to their camp.

The team wasted no time in settling down and immediately took to the gym for a light training session.

This initial session was intended to help the players recover from their long journey.

Intensified Preparations Ahead

Friday evening’s session was just a warm-up for Les Fauves. The real preparation begins on Saturday, June 8, 2024.

Under the guidance of coach Raoul Savoy, the team will engage in more intensive training sessions aimed at fine-tuning their strategies and tactics.

They have two crucial days to prepare before the match on Monday, June 10, 2024.

Key Match in Group I

The upcoming match is critical for the Central African Republic as it is part of the 4th day of the 2026 World Cup qualifiers.

A strong performance against Ghana is essential for Les Fauves to bolster their position in Group I.

With only a few matches left in the qualifiers, every game is significant in their quest for a spot in the World Cup.

Team Spirits and Goals

The players are focused and determined, understanding the importance of the match.

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Captain Geoffrey Kondogbia emphasized the team’s readiness and commitment, stating, “We are here to give our best and secure a win.

The support and preparation are vital, and we are fully concentrated on our goal.”

Looking Ahead

As Les Fauves gear up for this crucial encounter, the training sessions over the weekend will be pivotal.

The team hopes to make a significant impact and demonstrate their capabilities on the field.

The match against Ghana is expected to be challenging, but the Central African team is prepared to face it head-on.

The football world will be watching closely as Les Fauves aim to make their mark in the 2026 World Cup qualifiers.

The match in Kumasi could be a defining moment for the team, and their preparations in the coming days will be crucial to their success.

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