Kodjovi Mawuéna, Togo coach
We'll have to prepare very well if we want to qualify. Each team will do its best to have a chance to reach the first World Cup on African soil, and we're not afraid of anyone. This is an open group and if we have good communication and feeling in the team, we should be fine.
Otto Pfister, Cameroon coach
It is indeed a difficult group. We are favourites on paper, but this doesn't mean too much. We cannot afford to underestimate any team in our group, as they are all strong. Togo has two or three really good players and they have the experience of taking part at Germany 2006. Morocco has great potential and also a very good coach. Also, Gabon recently proved how strong they are and what they are capable of. We definitely need to prepare very seriously for this group.
Alain Giresse, Gabon coach
It's a pretty difficult draw. Fortunately, it's what happens on the pitch that counts and that's what we'll be thinking about. We're going to prepare well and give ourselves every chance. We won't have too much travelling to do and that's a good thing. Cameroon are neighbours of ours and that will be obvious out on the pitch because of the rivalry between the two of us and the type of games we tend to play. Togo were at the last World Cup finals, which says a lot, and as for Morocco, Gabon have never done that well against them. Their technique has always caused us problems. What we need to do is prepare for each game in great detail and show some desire, and the fact that we have made it through to the third round means we shouldn't be scared. We have to play with a smile on our faces and show that we are willing to achieve anything. We're not aiming too high - finishing third would be a fantastic achievement for us.