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Thursday, 4 April, 2002, 15:04 GMT 16:04 UK
Mozambique shaken up
Augusto Matine
Matine has included four SA-based players
Mozambique coach Augusto Matine has overhauled his team for Sunday's Cosafa Cup game against Lesotho.

Sporting Lisbon's 19-year-old defender Paito has been recalled nearly two years after his last international.

He is the only European-based player named in the 18-man squad.

Matine tried to get Armando (Benfica) and Dario (Academica Coimbra), but both were not released by their clubs for the fixture.

There were also four South Africa-based players in the squad, including all-time leading goal scorer Tico-Tico, of Jomo Cosmos.

Squad:

Goalkeepers: Kapagno (Ferroviario Maputo), Maria (Maxaquene)

Defenders: Caito (Costa do Sol), Macamo (Maxaquene), Nando (Costa do Sol), Paito (Sporting Lisbon, Portugal), Pascoal (Costa do Sol), Sataca, Tony (both Maxaquene)

Midfielders: Artur (Moroka Swallows, South Africa), Genito (Maxaquene), Jossias (Kaizer Chiefs, South Africa), Mano (Desportivo Maputo), Nelinho (Costa do Sol)

Strikers: Fumo (Moroka Swallows, South Africa), Mavo (Costa do Sol), Patricio (Ferroviario Maputo), Tico-Tico (Jomo Cosmos, South Africa)

See also:

15 Mar 02 |  Africa
Cosafa Cup battle begins
03 Apr 02 |  Africa
The secret of Metsu's success
04 Apr 02 |  Africa
Ogbeche's promise
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