Ethiopian Coach Sewnet Bishaw is beaming with confidence ahead of their crucial match against the Central Africa Republic (CAR).
Speaking after arrival in Congo Brazaville, Bishaw said he was confident of getting the result needed to move to the final round of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers.
“I have come for nothing short of a win in Brazzaville. I am sure about this and personally I think it will be an easy match for us.”
“We know the style of play by the CAR players and we have come to Brazzaville prepared knowing very well we will be celebrating after the 90 minutes,” a buoyant Bishaw told supersport.com at the Olympic Palace Hotel in Brazzaville.
“I have no injury worries as all the players have confidence and everyone is rearing to go against CAR. We have to accomplish our mission and my mind now is already settled in the play-off so whoever is dreaming and hoping for an Ethiopian loss must continue dreaming but we know our strategy on Saturday,” he added.
Bishaw has called up seven more players to the team that include Umed Okwury,Fasika Asfaw, Salahadin Bargecho, Medihane Taddese, Gebremariam Yacob, Dereje Alemu and Samson Asefa.
Ethiopia lead group A with ten points after Fifa docked them 3 points for fielding an ineligible player Minyahil Teshome against Botswana.