Cape Town – Dean Furman insist that aiming to win in
football is a priority and nothing is different about the looming AFCON
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According to KickOff, the Bafana Bafana midfielder admits
that keeping the idea’s of Shakes Mashaba will only work if they perform well
“For us as individuals we have to make sure that we play
well enough to keep in the coach’s plans for the future, so there is a lot at
stake for us as a team, as a nation but also as individuals,” said Furman.
“So we need to make sure we are on top of our game at all
Furman, who’s Doncaster Rovers future is well in doubt,
believes that their is no point in playing football if you not gunning for
“Football is for winners, there is no point playing the game
if you don’t want to win.
“Of course we want to go as far as we can, we want to win
the tournament and that is our focus and aim and how knows, we might be able to