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Congo’s Red Devils begin World Cup qualifier preparations in Brazzaville

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The Congo national team has officially commenced its training camp in Brazzaville, kicking off their preparations for the upcoming third and fourth rounds of the 2026 World Cup qualifiers. Players began arriving in the capital on Wednesday, May 29, 2024, as the Red Devils gear up for crucial matches.

Under the guidance of head coach Isaac Ngata, the initial wave of 12 players out of the 27 called up for the qualifiers has settled into camp.

This group includes notable names such as Yhoan Andzouana, Owen Césaire Matimbou, Silvere Ganvoula, Brian Passi, Trey Vimalin, Loic Ayina, Christopher Ibayi, Christ Makosso, Mark Mampassi, Archange Bitsouka, Fred Dembi, and Mvouo Glid Otanga.

These players are now set to begin their training sessions at the Fédération Congolaise de Football (FECOFOOT) Training and Development Centre in Igné.

The arrival of the remaining squad members is expected by Thursday, May 30, 2024, allowing the team to enter the active phase of their preparation.

The Red Devils are preparing for two significant fixtures: a match against Niger’s Mena on June 6 and a face-off with Morocco’s Atlas Lions on June 11.

These games are pivotal as they navigate the challenging road to the 2026 World Cup.

Coach Ngata’s selection reflects a mix of experienced players and fresh talent, aiming to bolster the team’s performance.

The inclusion of key figures like Silvere Ganvoula and Brian Passi underscores the strategic depth and versatility Ngata is bringing to the squad.

The training camp in Brazzaville is not just about physical preparation but also about fostering team cohesion and strategy.

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The Red Devils are keen on leveraging their home advantage during this preparatory phase, focusing on tactical drills and building a solid defensive and offensive strategy to counter their opponents.

As the countdown to the qualifiers continues, the Congolese team’s efforts in Brazzaville signify their commitment to advancing in the tournament.

The rigorous training sessions and strategic planning are expected to enhance their performance on the field.

Fans and analysts alike are keeping a close eye on the team’s progress, hopeful that the blend of seasoned professionals and emerging talents will drive Congo to a successful campaign.

The forthcoming matches against Niger and Morocco will be a true test of their preparedness and resolve.

The Red Devils’ journey in the World Cup qualifiers has begun with high spirits and determination.

The upcoming fixtures will be crucial in shaping their path to the 2026 World Cup, and the team’s performance in Brazzaville’s camp will play a pivotal role in their quest for qualification.

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