Tanzania’s head mentor Emmanuel Amuneke has anticipated that a portion of the greater names could make an early exit from June’s Africa Cup of Nations.
The previous Nigeria and Barcelona star thinks some about the lesser names at the finals have a point to demonstrate.
Tanzania have met all requirements for their first finals since 1980 and will confront Algeria, Senegal and Kenya in Egypt.
“Try not to be amazed on the off chance that you see a portion of these alleged enormous groups gathering their packs right off the bat in the competition,” he said.
“I for one don’t fear any group and I know the alleged little groups are heading off to the Nations Cup with a ton of craving to attempt and demonstrate a point.
“Each group that has qualified is sufficient and now it’s about the amount more work the specialized groups and players do.
“The little subtleties will tally amid the competition, however I like the yearning that my group has.
“Numerous individuals figured Tanzania couldn’t qualify and now we are there and we have to demonstrate one more point.”
The 1994 African Footballer of the Year likewise thinks extending the competition from 16 groups to 24 is something to be thankful for.
“It is great Caf has received the 24-group framework which allows to numerous different groups,” he disclosed to BBC Sport.
“For the most part groups have improved in light of the fact that more youthful young men have changed their frames of mind and need to sparkle to improve their day by day lives and families.”
Amuneke, who trained Nigeria to the 2015 Under-17 World Cup, has the full sponsorship of the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF).
“I trust in Amuneke and the players to keep doing us glad,” Wallace Karia the TFF President said.
“We will ensure all that the specialized group requests is given with the goal that the group is decidedly ready.”