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Mahlangu: Bafana to fight as a team

2015-06-13 10:59
May Mahlangu (Gallo)

Cape Town - Midfielder May Mahlangu is happy to be back in the national fold, as Bafana Bafana prepare to host Gambia in an AFCON 2017 qualifier game at the Moses Mabhida Stadium. 

Mahlangu, who for a short period was ‘banned’ by the Bafana Bafana set-up, told Sport24 that as a team they are ready for the game against Gambia.

"We are a team. We are ready to fight for each other and win,” said Mahlangu. 

“It won't be an easy encounter but as a team we want to go out there play for our country and win. 

“We have shown through the week that we are close together. 

“It's about the team and winning and we are a team that we want to win.”

The match kicks off at 15:00.

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