Oman National Football coach, Pim Verbeek, has said that the Monday’s Gulf Cup 2017 campaign against Kuwait will be difficult both two teams deserved to win in their opening games and that did not happen. “We are looking for the victory tomorrow,” he said.
He added, “We look forward to winning this game. The Kuwaiti team has a good fight against the Saudi team and we know their potential well and will do what we can to score goals.”
Fayez al Rashidi, the national team goalkeeper, said, “It will not be an easy game because we will meet the Kuwaiti team in the front of their home fans. We will give our best to win.”
Ahmed al Kaabi, director, Information department, “The players had put the loss from the first game and the focus is on the Kuwait game to get full marks.”