After their arrival on Tuesday, Sudan completed their first training session in Yaoundé in preparation for Ethiopia friendly.
The Falcons of Jediane (Sudan) became the second nation to arrive in Cameroon on December 28 via Ethiopia Airlines.
“The national team performed its first training in Yaoundé camp on Tuesday evening in preparation for Ethiopia friendly on December 30, at 3:30 pm,” the Sudanese Media team confirmed.
They are expected to stay in Yaoundé for up to six days before travelling to the Northern part of the country, where they will play their group matches.
The Sudanese National team will compete in Group D against Nigeria, Egypt and Guinea Bissau.
The Falcons of Jediane will open their Afcon campaign against Guinea Bissau on January 11 at the Stade Roumdé Adjia, Garoua, before taking on Nigeria (January 15) and Egypt (January 19) in group D of the tournament finals.
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