Dakar, November 13 (APS) – Senegal's national women's handball team must aim for the next Africa Nations Cup (CAN) podium in Brazzaville, Congo, from December 2 to 12, Doungou said. Camara, package for competition due to injury.
"As (Federation) President Seydou Diouf mentioned in an interview, we have every opportunity to finish first and bring the gold medal back to Senegal," he said.
He believes that this time, Senegal must & # 39; & # 39; as the first step […] point to the podium & # 39; & # 39 ;, & # 39; & # 39; then first place & # 39; & # 39 ;. He recalled that during CAN earlier in Angola, Senegal had not set a target.
"We made a great trip, we reached the final," said the Senegalese defender who was injured in September and is currently undergoing rehabilitation.
Doungou Camara, however, continued to be interested in the next competition which would fulfill the requirements of the first three African selections in the next Women's World Cup handball.
The Lionesses, who will be holding their final reunion in France on November 19, have the advantage of keeping the frame almost the same.
"We have almost the same strength, we depend on each course on tactical implementation, group cohesion since January 2016, we have not succumbed to naturalized pressures," explained the back of Le Havre. (France).
"We continue to focus on human values and sports from this group and stability, both in the world of work or staff," he added.
Said he was very disappointed that he could not take part in this competition because of his knee injury, the former French international junior wanted to maintain his belief.
"This African Cup, I'm waiting for him strongly and it's under my nose for one and a half months of competition. But, like that, it's part of the life of all top-level athletes," he commented.
But "God does not do things by accident," said Doungou Camara, before adding, "I must accept my fate and return to work for a better return."
However, he declined to comment on his return to the competition.
"Rehabilitation is going very well, the operation is going well, I am progressing day by day." This is quite positive, even if it's still a complicated time to be away from his family and teammate. it forged me and encouraged me to come back stronger, "he said.
He assessed his recovery & # 39; & # 39; on the right path & # 39; & # 39 ;, even though it's his knee that will "decide when it will be ready".
The leader of this national team, Senegal's international handball back has been the subject of revocation which caused Senegal to lose World Cup qualification and its place in the final of the African Handball Championship in support of Tunisia.