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Booth backs Amaglug-glug

2015-07-28 17:45
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Cape Town - Former Bafana Bafana defender Matthew Booth is adamant that Amaglug-glug (the South African Under-23 side) have what it takes to succeed.

“They did a very good job in Harare when they drew 1-1," Booth told Sport24

"So basically the ball is in their court."

Booth praised the skills of the team in the previous match against Zimbabwe and hopes they will use every opportunity they get on the field.

“They need to make sure they take advantage of every opportunity to get the desired results. So hopefully they can bring it home.”

Amaglug-glug play their next qualifying match against Zimbabwe on Saturday, August 1 at the Harry Gwala Stadium.

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