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CAFCC: Ojo Confident Enyimba Will Bounce Back From CARA Defeat

CAFCC: Ojo Confident Enyimba Will Bounce Back From CARA Defeat

By Adeboye Amosu:
Enyimba midfielder, Dare Ojo, has backed the team to bounce back from Wednesday’s disappointing CAF Confederation Cup 3-0 loss to Congolese club, Atletique Renaissance Aiglons (CARA), reports Completesportsnigeria. com.

The two-time Africans champions who were the favourites going into the game paid for their erratic defending as they let in three goals within five first half minutes in the encounter played at the Stade Alphonse Massamba, Debat.


The People’s Elephant also lost top the position in the group and have dropped to third following the defeat.

Ivorien club, Williamsville top the group with four points following a 1-1 draw against Mali’s Djoliba in Bamako on Wednesday, while CARA sit in second position.

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“We were not up to our best in the game and paid dearly for that. They were more determined than us and deserved the three points,” Ojo told CSN.

“We conceded three quick goals and fought hard to get back into the game, but they were solid at the back.

“It’s important for us not to dwell too much on that and concentrate on the next game. We have picked valuable lessons from the defeat which will be useful for us in future.”

The Aba side will face Williamsville in their next group game on Wednesday, July 18 at the UJ Esuene Stadium, Calabar.

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  • Djeniko 3 years ago

    If they can beat us three zero there, we can also beat them at least three zero. We shall see.

  • Djeniko, Nigerian clubsides in CAF competitions are usually flops. Don’t count on them too much. African football observers, analysts and journalists don’t rate Nigeria when it comes to club competitions on the continent. They only respect us when it comes to the national teams. Even clubsides in Niger and Lesotho are always confident if they’re playing any club from Nigeria.