June 15, 2010
South Africa will need to risk all if they are to beat Uruguay and strengthen their chances of advancing to the next round of the World Cup, coach Carlos Alberto Parreira said ahead of Wednesday’s Group A match.
Parreira said it was imperative that the host nation won the match to avoid needing a result in their last group game match against France next week.
“We have to be decisive and go for it. There will be no sitting back waiting for (the other team’s) mistakes. We have to take risks, otherwise we’ll be going nowhere,” he warned his players on Tuesday.
“If we get just three draws we’ll get knocked out of the tournament. I prefer to take the risk to give us a better chance of going to the next round.
“We need to win, we don’t want to go to the final game needing to win,” Parreira told the pre-match news conference in Pretoria.
Carlos Alberto Parreira was born on February 27th, 1943 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carlos_Alberto_Parreira
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