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Chukwu hopeful as Rangers visit CS Sfaxien

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Christian Chukwu. Photo Ghana soccer net

Enugu Rangers Technical Adviser, Christian Chukwu, has said the team will get a positive result when it plays CS Sfaxien of Tunisia in the second group game of the CAF Confederation Cup on Wednesday.

Chukwu stated that the Flying Antelopes, who started on a good note in the Confederation Cup campaign by beating Salitas of Burkina Faso 2-0 in Enugu, are not under any form of pressure, as they get set to face the North Africans.

The former Super Eagles coach said that the Enugu-based outfit has experienced players who can withstand the pressure of the Tunisian side.

He, however, revealed that the country’s representative would be traveling to Sfax tomorrow with 18 players and officials, adding that the team is currently training under the floodlight, because the game against CS Sfaxien will hold in the evening.

“I don’t think Rangers will suffer any form of crowd humiliation in Tunisia because of recent, CAF has been hard on crowd violence at match venues. No injury worries in camp at the moment,” he said.

It would be recalled that Tunisia club side defeated Etoile Sahel of Tunisia 1-0 in their first game of the group stage of the CAF Confederations Cup.


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