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All not lost for Kano Pillars

12 February 2014, 08:45

Lagos - Fans are confident Kano Pillars, the country’s representatives in the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Champions League, their team will turn the tables against AS Vita of the Democratic Republic of Congo in the second leg of the competition.

Ahead of the clash scheduled for Sani Abacha Stadium on Sunday, Leopards trail 3-1.

This followed a hard fought first leg at Stade Tata Raphael in Kinshasa on Sunday.

"I strongly believe that Kano Pillars will make a strong comeback this weekend," Udoka Chukwu, a staunch supporter for Kano Pillars said.

Ifoma Adenugba, another Kano Pillars supporter urged the Nigerian side to exercise caution since football was full of surprises.

"It's good to have confidence, but let us not have much of it because we can always be humiliated at our own backyard.

"Remember the Congolese premiership is rated as one of the best in Africa, so undermining Congolese soccer teams will be at our own risk," Adenugba said.

The Orange CAF Champions League is the biggest club football competition in the continent.

– CAJ News

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