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High-spirited Ulinzi FC keen to overturn Benghazi result at home

By Petterson Gachugu | February 18th 2017
After losing by a solitary goal to Libyan side Hilal Benghazi in Egypt, Ulinzi coach Benjamin Nyangweso believes that his squad has what it takes to proceed to next round of Confederations Cup CAF .

“It is not an easy match because they are a very tactical team. But if we work hard and minimize our mistakes, it is a result we can overturn. The players are working hard in training and hopefully, we will be at our best,” Nyangweso said.
The coach banks on his team to do better compared to their first leg encounter.

“They scored when my defenders stood back thinking the referee would be calling for an offside which he didn’t. But we gave in a very good match and we had chances which we failed to use. This is one of the things we are looking at for the return leg. We should use our chances,” the coach added.

The second leg of the preliminary round of the Confederations Cup will be played on 18 February 2017 (today) at Kasarani Stadium. The match will kick off at 3 pm local time. Tickets will be going for Ksh.100-Regular and Ksh. 300 for VIP.
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