2. Mid shot of team members checking in
3. Close check in sign reading "Luanda/Sao Paolo"
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Amade Chababe, Mozambique national football team''s assistant coach:
"I mean, we have goose bumps, because with these attacks, we cannot say that it happened only to Togo, who knows what is going to happen to us? Therefore, my feelings, I believe my suspicion about all the other national teams, because who knows? We cannot say, well, because we are going to Benguela it doesn''t happen to us, so �"
5. Mid shot of Mozambique team members at check in
6. SOUNDBITE: (French) Otshudi Lam�, goalkeeper for Mozambique national football team:
"Of course I think it is very worrying. Today we are boarding for Angola, but, I''m afraid � I''m afraid."
7. Wide shot of Mozambique national football team receiving boarding passes
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Fumo Goncalves, striker for the Mozambique national football team:
"It''s complicated, you know, because it happened yesterday. We go there to play, I don''t know if we will play or not. It''s complicated."
9. Close up shot of Mozambique national football emblem
10. SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Fumo Goncalves, striker for the Mozambique national football team:
"It is complicated because of what happened to Togo and the consequences for the Africa Cup of Nations as a tournament."
11. Mid shot of Mozambique national football team official handing out boarding passes
12. Wide shot of flight information board inside airport terminal
13. Close up shot of flight board showing "Luanda"
Members of the Mozambique national football team expressed their concerns on Saturday over their safety during the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations in the wake of a gun attack on the Togo national football team in Cabinda, north of Angola.
Transiting through Johannesburg airport en route to Luanda, Angola, some of the Mozambique players said they were on edge.
"Of course I think it is very worrying. Today we are boarding for Angola, but, I''m afraid � I''m afraid," said team goalkeeper Otshudi Lam� during check-in formalities.
The team''s assistant coach, Amade Chababe, added that security during the tournament was now a real issue.
"We cannot say that it happened only to Togo. Who knows what is going to happen to us?" said Chababe.
Mozambique is due to play their first game against Benin on 12 January 2010 in Benguela.
Gunmen in a part of Angola plagued by separatist violence opened fire with machine-guns on a bus carrying the Togo team to the tournament on Friday, killing the driver and wounding at least nine people.
Togo''s footballers, two of whom were hit, said they wanted to pull out of the 16-nation tournament, though a member of the Angola organising committee said it will go ahead as planned from Sunday.
Togo''s bus in a convoy from Congo was 10 kilometers (six miles) across the border in Angola when it came under fire.
Portugal''s state-run Lusa news agency said it received a communication from the region''s main separatist group, FLEC, claiming to have carried out the attack.
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