by Sab Osuji:
A former club Africain Nigeria forward, Junior Osagie has cautioned Dolphins ahead Saturday’s game in Tunis.
Osagie admitted that though a lot must have changed in the team since he left about eight years ago, Dolphins should be mindful of the Tunisians’ fast pace football.
“It has been a long time I left Club Africain and that most of my teammates then are no longer there now,” says Osagie who played for Enugu Rangers and Enyimba before traveling to Tunisia.
“But the truth is that Club Africain, typical of Tunisian and all North African teams play fast paced football.
“Of course, Leopard, they say, don’t change its colour, so I don’t expect anything different.
“They always have physically imposing players that can intimidate opponents. So marking will be important for Dolphins and a lot of running too.
“Moments of loss of concentration on the defense and even midfielders should be avoided”, Osagie added.