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Brys’ Tactical Insight and Future Vision after First Draw

by Lesley Ngwa
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  • Cameroon held their ground to secure a 1-1 draw against Angola in a crucial World Cup qualifier, with Coach Marc Brys analyzing the tactical nuances and substitutions post-match
  • Despite the setback of losing Bassogog early on, Brys’ strategic introduction of Ntcham to exploit midfield spaces was a bold move, albeit with mixed results
  • Looking forward, Brys emphasized the team’s improved dynamics and his commitment to nurturing local talent, signaling a hopeful trajectory for the national squad

The Indomitable Lions of Cameroon have been held to a one all draw against the Palancas Negras of Angola in day four of the FIFA world cup qualifiers.

Played on Tuesday June 11, Micheal Ngadeu Ngadjui’s own goal canceled Bryan Mbeumo first half strike to see both sides walk away with one point each.

Reflecting on the team’s performance, Brys conveyed a mix of disappointment and pride. He acknowledged the difficulty of the match against a fast-paced Angola team but also praised his team for creating significant chances.

“Here it wasn’t easy against a good team with a lot of pace and vertical and deep play. We must be disappointed, but on the other hand we got a point against a good team, but we had five great chances, and if you score again, maybe you’ll win”

“I’m disappointed with the result, but on the other hand I’m proud of the way the team played. It wasn’t too long ago that there wasn’t too much movement in the team’s play, now there’s a lot of movement, the group is united to get results, so I’m disappointed that we weren’t able to give this result, but on the other hand I’m happy with the way we played, creating chances.”

The Belgian expressed his disappointment over the injury of Christian Bassogog, stating,

“It was unfortunate that Bassogog had to leave the field, because he was very dangerous and dominant on his side.” His absence affected the team’s dynamics.

The decision to bring in Olivier Ntcham was a tactical move by Brys, aimed at exploiting the space behind Angola’s midfield. Brys remarked,

“I had to bring in Ntcham, despite his primary position being 10 or 8 because Angola always had huge space behind their midfield, so I asked Ntcham to run into that space, capitalize on these opportunities and utilize his strong shooting abilities.”

However, he acknowledged that Ntcham struggled to adapt, saying, “But he didn’t do it, he was too busy with the winger position, we tried to correct it during halftime but it still didn’t work”

Looking ahead, Coach Brys calls for patience and time to develop the team further. He emphasized the progress made in terms of team movement and unity, noting,

“Not too long ago, we didn’t have much movement within the team, but now there’s a lot of movement.”

Brys also expressed his intention to scout local league games to discover new talent, stating, “We will continue with this group, while adding more players. I will start watching the local league games”

Mindful two of the local leagues products Nchindo John Bosco of yong sports academy and Jules Armand Kooh were in his list for this confrontation. Nchindo travelled to Angola but didn’t get play time.

The coach pleads on the indulgence of Cameroonians, asking for more time to build a more solid group for future endeavors

“Let us work and you will see that we will be able to surprise you. Give me some time for the future.”

Despite the one all draw, Cameroon stays top in group D with eight points

The World cup qualifiers will resume in March of 2025. September window will be dedicated to the 2025 Africa cup of nations qualifiers.

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