CAF confederation Cup: Amiesimaka warns Rivers United

Posted on Apr 18 2017 - 7:54am by admin

by using JOE APU

Nigerian soccer legend, Adokiye Amiesimaka has warned Rivers United to not be  carried away by using the home 2-zero victory they recorded against Rwandan aspect Rayonsports closing weekend in the CAF Confederation Cup play off.

Amiesimaka instructed Supersports that Rivers United need to be at their absolute best to live to tell the tale the 2d leg in Kigali.

Amiesimaka, a member of Nigeria’s Africa Cup of nations (Afcon) winning squad of 1980, mentioned Rivers United must keep away from what happened to them in Sudan in the CAF Champions League preliminaries.

it’s recalled that Rivers United  had after beating El- Merriekh three-0 in Port- Harcourt went away to lose with the aid of 4-0, a situation that noticed them being relegated to the CAF Confederation Cup.

“First, I want to say congratulations to Rivers United FC of Nigeria for an encouraging efficiency (on Sunday),” Amiesimaka told

“A 2-zero (consequence) is as just right a scoreline as any. just one-0 could turn into safe, simply as four-0 might not be secure.

“on this game, any margin is as protected or precarious as you’re making it.

“it is that you can imagine to lose at home, but win away. it’s that you can imagine to win at dwelling and also win away.

“it is that you can think of to win at dwelling, however lose away. it’s that you can think of to lose, house and away. 

“every occasion has took place prior to. Any result’s imaginable. To win is solely to make sure you ranking more objectives than you concede,” he stated. 

The ex-world then advised the Rivers United group to press dwelling their benefit in the return leg by using taking part in to their strengths while making certain their underbelly shouldn’t be uncovered.

“comprehend your strengths and construct on them. recognize your weaknesses and strive to stop your opponents from capitalising on them.

“In like manner, comprehend your opponents’ strengths and strive to neutralise them, just as you should establish their weaknesses and work to capitalise on them.

“that’s what the sport is, a contest of wits, whether or not residence or away and so long as refereeing is fair, it shouldn’t make so much difference to any stable crew with the appropriate perspective whether or not it’s enjoying residence or away,” Amiesimaka concluded.


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