11 March 2019
Warriors and AmaZulu midfielder Ovidy Karuru says failure is not an option against Congo-Brazzaville.
Warriors face Congo Brazzaville in their last AFCON qualifier at the National Sports Stadium on March 24.
Warriors need at least a draw to qualify for Egypt in June.
“Failure is not in the picture because we have done the hard part already.
“We just need a win nothing less than that even a draw we done want it because it’s our home game and when we at home we want to win,” he said.
“We have to come there prepared for the game because it’s a very important game for the whole country
“We need to make sure that we qualify because failing is not an option for us, that’s why we need to give our all in this game.”
Karuru believes that team work will help them make the Egyptian dream possible.
“We just need to fight as a team not as individuals because teamwork is going to win us the game.
“Fans should rally behind the team for the whole 90minutes because we need them from the first minute to the last.
“We won’t disappoint them we will put our bodies on the line in that game,” he said.
The former Kaizer Chiefs star added that he has been doing well for his team so far and wishes to bring that to the national team.
“I think I have done well considering the fact that I started three months after the season started because of the injury that I sustained at Cosafa so by God’s I think I have done well
“So far so good at Amazulu because we are doing well as a team, we are fighting together as a team.
“And for me as an individual I am doing good because I started late and I am the second top scorer in the team,” he said.