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Pyramids Dump Enyimba Out Of CAF Confederation Cup

Pyramids Dump Enyimba Out Of CAF Confederation Cup

Enyimba crashed out of the CAF Confederation Cup after holding Pyramids FC of Egypt to a 1-1 draw in their CAF Confederation Cup quarter-final second leg tie in Aba on Sunday, reports Completesports.com.

Pyramids won the contest 5-2 on aggregate after edging out the Peoples Elephant 4-1 in the first leg.

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Ibrahim Abdel gave the visitors the lead in the 32nd minute.

Anayo Iwuala however equalised for the home team eight minutes later after he was teed up by Stephen Manyo.

Enyimba fought back to score more goals after the break but were thwarted by the visitors.

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  • Oakfield 4 weeks ago

    Big for nothing. Na like this domestic coaches would’ve been messing with our national team. The other day, the coach and some players were talking about over turning the deficit right there in Aba and I laughed at their stupidity and foolishness. You didnt do your assignment and quiz very well and you’re expecting to getting an “A” in exam. That’s the typical mindset of every domestic Nigerian team. Facing realities and calling a situation what it ought to be is not in their dictionary. Miserable sorry team of dreamers.

     
  • JimmyBall 4 weeks ago

    … The bright light from Enyimba average outing is that we have a star in the making in the person of Anayo Iwuala… the guy has a fearlessness to his game reminiscent of a certain Pius Ndiefi of Cameroun in the 2000s… Let me be the first to break it out to us that Paul Onuachu has officially joined a new club… a solid transfer but I am not telling the club… hahaha! Expect a statement on Onuachu’s transfer in the next 72hours… Congrats Paulo “goal demon” Onuachu. You will be a king wherever you go… More Power!

     
  • pompei 4 weeks ago

    The Elephants have been detusked.
    For Nigerian clubs to stand a chance in the continent, our league needs to be upgraded. This will attract top talents, and plug the talent drain. By talent drain, I’m referring to the movement of talented players to Europe and beyond as soon as they enter the limelight.
    We have a huge football market in Nigeria. Monetise the league adequately, and the resulting positive domino effect will propel our clubs to continental greatness.

     
  • pompei 4 weeks ago

    Looks like Arsenal is one of the clubs interested in Onu-Goal.
    https://sportslens.com/arsenal-linked-with-a-move-for-paul-onuachu/352650/
    Playing at the Gunners will make him an even better striker. The big question is – will he get enough playing time? If he is going there as a plan C or D, then it is not worth it, in my opinion. Learn from Ighalo’s experience. Playing for your dream club is nice, but if they are not going to use you regularly, then you need to consider other options.