Confederation Cup: Rangers eye group stage

Posted on Apr 9 2017 - 5:46am by admin

•Host Zesco these days in Enugu

by means of Paul Erewuba

Rangers Enugu would this afternoon on the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium, Enugu, confront Zesco United in the first leg of the CAF Confederation Cup tie.
The Enugu Antelopes dropped to the continent’s 2nd-tier competition after they have been eradicated within the Champions League preliminary rounds by Zamalek of Egypt.
Rangers instruct, Imama Amapakabo knows what is at stake and has  shifted center of attention to the continent with qualifying for the next phase as a subject of precedence.
He has enthused that qualification for the CAF Confederation Cup staff stages will be prioritised in Enugu Rangers playoff ties towards Zesco United.
in advance of the primary leg tie in opposition to the Zambian outfit in Enugu these days, Amapakabo insists that the Nigerian champions will make qualification, not the scoreline, their simplest goal.
“we’re prepared for the suit these days. a very powerful thing in this job is to qualify for the staff stage,” Amapakabo instructed goal.
“it is going to be on a house and away foundation, that suggests despite what the ratings are each in Enugu and away in Zambia, we simply have to qualify. whether we score right here or there, crucial factor for us is to qualify after each legs.
“we could ranking as many goals here in Enugu and nonetheless no longer qualify, so our focus is to make it via both legs and qualify.
“The grace of God have to be on us this 12 months, it’s the most important factor. take a look at MFM, it’s now not that they’re doing anything dazzling,” he introduced.
“Take an [Stephen] Odey out of that workforce and also you’ll comprehend that you have taken thirteen goals out of that workforce. should you check the selection of targets they have got conceded, they’ve conceded 4 objectives in two different games.
“ultimate year the grace that we had is Chisom Egbuchulam that got here to the birthday party but we shall work laborious like we now have all the time carried out”.


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