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Enyimba coach wary of Egyptian opponent

04 March 2015, 15:33

Lagos - Enyimba head coach, Kadiri Ikhana has admitted that the Egyptian opponents, Smouha Sporting Club will pose a hard nut for his side, Supersport reports.

The two-time African champions will host the Alexandria-based side in the next stage of Caf Champions League competition in the weekend of March 13-15 at the Enyimba International Stadium in Aba.

Ikhana said his side will work very hard to take full advantage of the first fixture at home to earn a decent result before the decisive leg in Alexandria, Egypt.

Also read: WATCH: North African foes for Enyimba, Pillars in Champions League

“The Egyptian side, Smouha SC are certain to be a hard nut for us to crack with the little I know of the side. The clash is going to be tough, there is no doubt or kidding about it.

“We’ve however resolved to remain focus, work very hard on our preparations and win convincingly at home to make the reverse fixture in Egypt a bit light.”

Read more at Supersport.

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