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Ethiopian national team head coach Sewnet Bishaw called in 31 players to pitch camp for next month’s crucial 2014 World Cup qualifiers against South Africa. More than half a dozen new faces including Dedebit’s striker Dawit Fekadu and Salhadin Bargecho of Insurance FC joined the national squad.
Playing the match against visitors’ Sudan yesterday for the commemoration of the golden jubilee of the AU 50th anniversary, Sewnet will have a good opportunity to see his squad members for his build up to the decisive away qualification away match against Botswana and a make or break home match against South Africa. Among the 31 squad members 11 of the players belong to premier league runaway league leader Dedebit while nine from reigning champion Saint George, four from Ethiopian Coffee, two from Electric and one each from Hawassa Town, Sidama Coffee, Defense Force and Sebeta Town. Insurance FC Salhadin Bargecho, Ethiopia Coffee’s Tok James and Wondmeneh of Hawassa Town are midfielders called for the Walya Antelopes for the first time while Tesfaye Alebachew of Saint George, Dedebit’s striker Dawit Fekadu and Electric’s left full back Mesfin Wondmu are recalled following their current  performance in the premier league recent fixtures. Saint’s Oumed Oukri and Coffee’s Dawit Estifanos are major absentees from the historic squad that steered Ethiopia to South Africa Nations’ Cup Final after three decades. Ethiopia currently leads the 2014 world cup qualification group with seven points while South Africa second with five, Central Africa with three and Botswana with one point.