Comoros Cruises Into AFCON For The First Time In History

Comoros Cruises Into AFCON For The First Time In History 
Badmus Abdulsobur 

‘The pride I feel is indescribable’  Comoros’ Abdou buzzing after Afcon qualification
The 48-year-old tactician is on cloud nine after leading Les Coelacantes to their maiden appearance at the African football showpiece

Coach Amir Abdou has labelled the pride he feels for Comoros as ‘indescribable’ after leading the country to their first African Cup of Nations.

Les Coelacantes’ 0-0 draw with Togo in their penultimate qualifier inside Moroni’s Stade Omnisports de Malouzini on Thursday saw them finally reach the Nations Cup for the first time in their history.

Having accrued nine points from five games, the Southern African country qualified from Group G alongside Egypt with a game to spareLifted by the historic feat, the former Golfech manager took to social media to express his joy, while showing appreciation to all who made it possible.

“We are qualified! The pride I feel for my country is indescribable! Bravo to my players, my staff, my federation, thank you to the President, and a big thank you to you who are incredible supporters. It is together that we have made history. See you at the Afcon!,” he wrote on Twitter.

In the same vein, the United Arab Emirates embassy in Comoros joined the rest of the world to celebrate the country’s achievement“His Excellency Ambassador Saeed Al-Muqbali and all members of the mission extend their warmest congratulations to His Excellency President Othman Ghazali and the brotherly Comorian people, on the qualification of the Lunar national team for the upcoming African Nations Cup finals in Cameroon, wishing them further progress in all fields,” a tweet from them read

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