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Jomo Sono claims amazingly his tactics, not Barker, he won 96 Afcon semi



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"When we play Ghana, me and the coach [Barker] I had an understanding: "You call the team, I do the tactics."

"And I want you to know today, and the players are here.

"When I was talking to the team, the first person I attacked was Dr. Khumalo.

"I said, Doctor Khumalo, if I was the coach, I would not play you, but you can make us win this trophy if you play as I tell you to play."

"There was a right of return, [Frank] Amankwah, who was giving problems to all countries in the future.

"I told the doctor:" To turn the corner in this African Cup of Nations, you will play the left wing. Every time Amankwah comes, you stay there. [forward]. And every time we have the ball we'll play it there. "

"I said," Stay behind him, do not chase him. "Amankwah went and the doctor stayed.

"I said:" Every time we take the ball to him, he plays it to the Doctor. "We have it, and the doctor checked in. A second time, we played with the Doctor and we scored.

"And I said" Lord [Mark] Williams, stay in the box. ' Both were incredible. Because at that moment I felt him. [Doctor] I needed a kick in the ass.

"They were brilliant, they did exactly what we asked them to do."

Sono then trained Bafana in the final of the 1998 Nations Cup in Burkina Faso, losing 2-0 to Egypt.

He coached South Africa in the 2002 World Cup, where they came out in the first round, but achieved their first victory in a 1-0 final against Slovenia.

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