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Rayon Sports Coach, Oliveira: We Can Beat Enyimba In Aba

Rayon Sports Coach, Oliveira: We Can Beat Enyimba In Aba

Rayon Sports head coach, Roberto Oliveira, has warned Enyimba that nothing is decided yet in their CAF Confederation Cup quarter-final tie despite the People’s Elephant securing a vital 0-0 away draw in their first leg encounter in Kigali on Sunday, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.

Oliveira’s men dominated the first leg tie for long spells, but were let down by their poor marksmanship.

The Gikundiro will need to beat Enyimba or get a score draw in Aba on Sunday to progress into the last four.

“It was a very difficult game. They played long balls while we maintained our ball possession football.

“Overall, we were the better side, but their defense and goalie were solid. It’s now time to go back to the drawing board and prepare for the return-leg,” Roberto told FERWAFA’s official website

“We will push to score goals and win the game, and we have proved we can score and win matches on foreign soil.

“I have confidence in my players, and the coaching staff. We want to register further history and we will do all we can to achieve it. Thankfully, we didn’t concede on Sunday.”

COMMENTS

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  • irabor kingsley 2 months ago

    if Enyimba like they should not recall the suspended players, let them be forming discipline that does not have head. how can you suspend your key players in a very important continental match, when you don’t have adequate replacement for them, maybe when they beat them at home they will come back to their senses, and by then it will be too late. This is just a senseless gamble.

  • Everything the Rayon Sports coach said is 100%. They may win here in Nigeria. The Enyimba team has become weaker with some of their key players suspended. The earlier they resolve their differences before Sunday, the better for them.

  • It’s not ordinary discipline. Captain Mfon days his contract was until the end of the last football season. The NFF ended the last season prematurely.
    Eyimba should have tried to extend his contract and not wait until the last day and he is out of contract. He was not going to play discipline or not.
    This is a problem that could entirely have been avoided. Both the NFF and Eyimba are to blame for the mess

    • Ok, that’s clearer now. Hopefully, they can find a way to fix the issue asap. They really need all their best legs at this stage.