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Bendel Insurance Crash Out Of CAF Confederation Cup

Bendel Insurance Crash Out Of CAF Confederation Cup

Bendel Insurance have been eliminated from the CAF Confederation Cup following a 1-0 defeat to RS Berkane of Morocco.

Former champions RS Berkane won the second round contest 3-2 on aggregate.

The Moroccans held Bendel Insurance to a 2-2 draw in the first leg two weeks ago in Benin City.

Youssef Zghoudi scored the decisive goal for the hosts in the first half of the keenly contested encounter.

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The visitors fought back in the second half but were unable to find a way back into the game.

Nigeria’s other representative in the competition Rivers United will entertain Burkinaso Faso’s Etoile Filante on Sunday.

The encounter is billed for the Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium, Port Harcourt.

Stanley Eguma’s side held the Burkinabes to a 0-0 draw in the first leg.


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  • Sportradio88.0 fm 9 months ago

    The team that needed the game most won the match..the berkane guys are professional in the way they played throughout the game. They are always planning to find a way to lunch and attack,dey plan to score in every move. Even with the present of guys from Senegal and bokinafaso players in their team they are good with the ball .the level of confidence in the back line and mid field of the berkane guys is so high that dey always get the ball into the opponent half without making errors ..but with the Bendel guys dey want the to touch all their guys legs before dey lunch an attack.and most often pass to their opponent or shoot at their opponent instead of creating space to get to the weak point of the opponent.
    This is the reason it wil be difficult to win the afcon for local players for the local league..

    Maybe the ministry or Minister of sport wil have to sponsor a bil to the national assembly .any player playing in the Nigerian professional league must come from academy football..not going from work shop or market to play in the npfl.

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