Timor Leste U-16 seleccao will use all red kits when they face of Australia in Group C of AFC U-16 Championship 2010. Meanwhile Australia will use the away kit, all dark blue. The match will take place on 25 October (Monday) at the Pakhtakor Stadium, Tashkent.
Selection of colors used by Timor Leste kit is the decision directly from the AFC. When FFTL requested that returned to the red-black-red, not allowed by the AFC.
Timor Leste U-16 Seleccao have arrive on Tashkent International airport in Tashkent, Uzbekistan at today’s 3:00 am. Coach kim Shin Hwan and his team will take a long rest. on Today’s Afternoon, U-16 Seleccao will practice and train before the opening match tomorrow with Australia.
On the side, Timor Leste senior team made a disappointing result and performance in their opening match of AFF Suzuki Cup in Laos . “We are a little sad because we lost by so many goals today,” said a disappointed De Almeida. “I do not think that the Philippines are a great team because they did make some mistakes with their passing. We tried hard against them and we had our chances to score first but we just didn’t take them. “Unfortunately, we have not had much time to prepare our team for this competition. Not all of my players are feeling 100 per cent – some of them just felt sick because of the cooler weather here. “But we will be trying very hard for our next game against Cambodia.” I spoke to Coach Pedro Almeida at 6:30 pm on Vientiane, Laos; he said that his team will try to work harder and be 100 % confidence during the second match with Cambodia.Pedro Correia De Almeida has insisted that his side will continue to work hard to get a result. “Although we had little time to prepare for this competition and not all of our players were feeling 100 per cent fit for our opening game, it was still disappointing to lose by so many goals against the Philippines,” said De Almeida. “But that game is over now and we must now focus on our next match against Cambodia.
“We have to work more on the physical aspect of our game if we hope to get a result but we will be trying very hard to win the match.”
Andy Willams (ASEAN Football News)