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Salisu Sad Over Rangers’ Confederation Cup Exit Despite Away Win At Pyramids

Salisu Sad Over  Rangers’  Confederation Cup Exit Despite Away Win At Pyramids

Enugu Rangers head coach Salisu Yusuf is disappointed over his side’s exit from the CAF Confederation Cup exit despite Sunday’s 1-0 away win against Egytian club, Pyramids FC, reports Completesports.com.

Rangers put up a spirited display to record their first win in Group A against their hosts at the Cairo International Stadium.

The Flying Antelopes however have no chance of progressing into the quarter-final stage having failed to record a win in their previous four games.

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Ifeanyi George netted the winning goal for the Flying Antelopes 10 minutes from time.

“It was a good match and my players gave their very best for a deserved victory. It was tough as the Pyramids players were always coming at us but, we held on to win.I feel sad that we will not progress with Al-Masry’ win over Nouadhibou,”Salisu said after the game.

Rangers will host Al Masry of Egypt in their final group game at the Nnamdi Azikwe Stadium, Enugu on Sunday.

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  • Chima E Samuels 12 months ago

    The Bible says because of lack of knowledge my people perish that is exactly what is killing our local football teams. They don’t know how to do their homework and least you say the manner at which they miss chances will make you wonder if they are tormented by village people. Making simple passes is another malaria to worry about for another day. Sad to say these applies to all our local teams.

    Salisu and his fellow local cartels should go for refreshers course and watch other advance leagues to up their technical and tactical awareness before applying medicine after death!